2008 February 1
Catherine Holstein - New York Fall 2008
(NEW YORK) This season, Catherine Holstein's divine muse was pop art, especially the Surrealist work of Joan Miró. The collection was an extravaganza of abstract prints and yellow, red, blue, and black--but despite its artsiness, the pieces were incredibly feminine and wearable. So chic--down to the geeky librarian glasses models were sporting!
Isaac Mizrahi has been narrating the children's story Peter and the Wolf at The Guggenheim Museum for the last seven years, but this year the designer has been tapped to oversee the...
More shakeups chez Hearst: Kimberly Cutter will be departing from her position as executive editor at Harper’s Bazaar. Cutter’s decision to leave came just a year after she arrived...
L'Officiel is adding a new talent to the upper rungs of its masthead. The French glossy has tapped Frédérique Dedet as editor-in-chief at the title. Dedet joins the magazine from...