NEW YORK: Front Row
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On display now at the Museum of Chinese in America, Front Row: Chinese American Designers presents stunning looks from some of the world’s best designers.

May 10, 2013


On display now at the Museum of Chinese in America, Front Row: Chinese American Designers presents stunning looks from some of the world’s best designers. Curated by Mary Ping, this fashion retrospective spans from the ’80s up to the present, and features pieces from heavyweights such as Jason Wu, Alexander Wang, Phillip Lim, Anna Sui, Derek Lam, Humberto Leon and Vera Wang. A variation on the traditional red qipao worn by Chinese brides, Wang’s fiery red wedding gown steals the show, perfectly summing up this exhibit’s blend of cultural heritage and modern fashion. —Ashley Churchill

Phillip Lim

Derek Lam

Vera Wang

Jason Wu

Front Row: Chinese American Designers

Now through September 29th 

Museum of Chinese in America

215 Centre Street, NYC


 Photos Courtesy of the NY Times and Vogue


NEW YORK: Front Row

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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: April 11, 2010The Discovery astronauts looked forward to a half day off early Monday to relax, share a meal with their space station counterparts and enjoy the view from 220 miles up. Later in the day, they will resume cargo transfer work before gearing up for a third and final spacewalk early Tuesday.Credit: NASAMonday is the 49th anniversary of cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin’s historic launch on thefirst manned space flight and the 29th anniversary of the U.S. shuttle program’smaiden voyage. Russian space officials planned to call station commander Oleg Kotov,Alexander Skvortsov and Mikhail Kornienko to mark Cosmonautics Day and the Gagarinanniversary.”Tomorrow’s a really historic day,” said station Flight Director Ed Van Cise.”First, the crew’s going to get a half day off, they’ve been very busy and will bevery busy for the rest of the week, so we’re giving them a little bit of time off.”But tomorrow’s April 12 and that is Cosmonautics Day for Russia and for all ourRussian partners and crew members, it commemorates the first human being to fly inspace, Yuri Gagarin. He launched in (1961) on April 12.”Cosmonautics Day and the shuttle anniversary “is just a good day in general toreflect on the fact that we have a lot of amazing things going on in space flightnow,” Van Cise said. “We have four women in space for the first time ever, we havetwo Japanese (astronauts) in space for the first time ever and we have threeRussians living long term on space station for the first time. So there are a lot offirsts going on in space right now and tomorrow’s going to be a chance tocommemorate all those different things.Later Monday, the Discovery astronauts will participate in round-robin interviewswith reporters on Earth before calling it a day. Rick Mastracchio and Clay Andersonplan to spend the night in the space station’s Quest airlock module at a reduced airpressure to prepare for a planned six-and-a-half-hour spacewalk early Tuesday.The primary goals of the mission’s three EVAs are to install a new ammonia coolanttank in the space station’s main power truss and to move a partially depleted tankto Discovery’s cargo bay for return to Earth. The crew patch for Discovery’s flight deliveringscience and supplies to the space station isavailable in the Spaceflight Now Store. The new tank was moved from the shuttle to a temporary mounting point during thecrew’s initial spacewalk Friday. The old tank was removed and temporarily mounted onan astronaut equipment cart during a second spacewalk early Saturday and the newtank was moved into its place.But Anderson and Mastracchio had problems getting the new tank bolted down andbecause of time lost resolving that issue, they were unable to hook up ammonia andnitrogen pressurization lines. They also ran out of time to retrieve a set ofno-longer-needed debris shields and move them into the station for return to Earthaboard Discovery.Those tasks will be added to the final spacewalk Tuesday, along with a fewlower-priority get-ahead items if time is available.”We will complete connecting the fluid lines to the new ammonia tank,” Van Cisesaid. “We’ll bring those shields in and we will take the old tank … with the spacestation (robot) arm and secure it into the payload bay of the shuttle.”And then we’ll have a couple of other items we’ll be doing at the tail end. Forexample, there’s (an experiment) platform out on the Columbus module, we’ll betaking that off Columbus and putting that in the payload bay so we can bring thathome.”Mastracchio and Anderson also will install two radiator servicing fixtures to goalong with two that were installed Saturday and possibly perform a few other minorget ahead tasks if time is available.Here is an updated timeline of today’s activity (in EDT and mission elapsed time;includes revision H of the NASA television schedule; best viewed with fixed-widthfont):EDT……..DD…HH…MM…EVENT04/1109:51 PM…06…15…30…Crew wakeup11:31 PM…06…17…10…Russian PAO event04/1212:01 AM…06…17…40…ISS daily planning conference12:31 AM…06…18…10…Robot arm maneuver12:51 AM…06…18…30…Crew off duty05:21 AM…06…23…00…Joint crew meal06:26 AM…07…05…00…MARES stowage configuration06:41 AM…07…20…00…Japanese PAO event06:51 AM…07…30…00…Cargo transfers resume07:21 AM…07…01…00…EVA-3: Tools configured08:46 AM…07…02…25…EVA-3: Equipment lock preps09:46 AM…07…03…25…EVA-3: Procedures review11:21 AM…07…05…00…ISS daily planning conference11:36 AM…07…05…15…NASA PAO event12:15 PM…07…05…54…Mission status briefing on NTV12:46 PM…07…06…25…EVA-3: Nitrogen purge procedure01:31 PM…07…07…10…EVA-3: Airlock depress to 10.2 psi01:51 PM…07…07…30…ISS crew sleep begins02:21 PM…07…08…00…STS crew sleep begins03:00 PM…07…09…39…Daily highlights reel on NTV07:00 PM…07…12…39…Flight director’s update on NTV10:21 PM…07…16…00…Crew wakeupAdditional coverage for subscribers:HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7:MEAL TIME IN ZVEZDA HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7:GRUELING 7.5-HOUR EVA FINSHES HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7:VENTURING OUTSIDE THE STATION HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7:GETTING READY FOR ANOTHER EVA HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7:OLD CREW SLEEP BUNK REMOVED HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 7:TRANSFERS AND MORE TRANSFERS VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 7 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:CREW’S HOME MOVIES FOR FLIGHT DAY 7 VIDEO:SUNDAY MORNING’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:FINALLY WINNING THE BATTLE WITH TANK BOLTS VIDEO:NEW COOLANT TANK MANEUVERED INTO POSITION VIDEO:DEPLETED AMMONIA TANK REMOVED FROM STATION VIDEO:STEP-BY-STEP WALKTHROUGH OF EVA NO. 2 VIDEO:PREVIEW OF FLIGHT DAY 7 ACTIVITIES VIDEO:SATURDAY EVENING’S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 6:LIFE OF A SHUTTLE ASTRONAUT HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 6:”BUCKET BRIGADE” ON THE STATION HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 6:WORF INSTALLED IN DESTINY LAB VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 6 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:CREW’S HOME MOVIES FOR FLIGHT DAY 6 VIDEO:SATURDAY MORNING’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SCIENCE RACK INSTALLED BY JAPANESE ASTRONAUTS VIDEO:NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL EVENT VIDEO:CBS AND NEBRASKA MEDIA INTERVIEWS WITH CREW VIDEO:SMOKE ALARM IN THE ZVEZDA SERVICE MODULE VIDEO:PREVIEW OF FLIGHT DAY 6 ACTIVITIES VIDEO:MISSION EXTENSION NEWS FROM FLIGHT DIRECTOR HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5:SPACEWALKERS RETURN TO AIRLOCK HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5:UNLOADING THE LEONARDO MODULE HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5:STATION’S NEW EXERCISE MACHINE HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5:OPERATORS OF THE ROBOTIC ARM HIGH DEFINITION TV DAY 5:SPACEWALKERS FREE AMMONIA TANK VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 5 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:CREW’S HOME MOVIES FOR FLIGHT DAY 5 VIDEO:STOWAGE RACKS MOVED INTO STATION VIDEO:NEW LABORATORY FREEZER FOR KIBO VIDEO:FRIDAY MORNING’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:RATE GYRO ASSEMBLY REMOVED FROM STATION VIDEO:NEW AMMONIA TANK STOWED IN TEMPORARY SPOT VIDEO:ANCHORING FIXTURE ATTACHED TO AMMONIA TANK VIDEO:EXPERIMENT RETRIEVED FROM JAPAN’S SCIENCE DECK VIDEO:STATION’S ROBOTIC ARM LIFTS TANK FROM SHUTTLE VIDEO:NEW AMMONIA COOLANT TANK UNBOLTED FROM CARRIER VIDEO:SPACEWALKER PREPS AMMONIA TANK IN SHUTTLE BAY VIDEO:THE START OF MISSION’S FIRST SPACEWALK VIDEO:STEP-BY-STEP WALKTHROUGH OF EVA NO. 1 VIDEO:PREVIEW OF FLIGHT DAY 5 ACTIVITIES VIDEO:THURSDAY EVENING’S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:THURSDAY AFTERNOON’S MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 4 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:RADIO AND TV INTERVIEWS WITH CREW VIDEO:THURSDAY MORNING’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:LEONARDO MODULE ATTACHED TO SPACE STATION VIDEO:STATION’S ARM GRAPPLES THE LEONARDO MODULE VIDEO:NARRATED PREVIEW OF LEONARDO’S INSTALLATION VIDEO:WEDNESDAY EVENING’S FLIGHT DIRECTOR INTERVIEW VIDEO:WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON’S MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 3 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:WEDNESDAY MORNING’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:SHUTTLE CREW WELCOMED ABOARD THE STATION VIDEO:POST-DOCKING OF THE SHUTTLE BAY AND TAIL VIDEO:DISCOVERY DOCKS TO THE SPACE STATION VIDEO:SHUTTLE PERFORMS 360-DEGREE BACKFLIP VIDEO:PREVIEW OF RENDEZVOUS AND DOCKING ACTIVITIES VIDEO:OBJECT LOST FROM SHUTTLE TAIL DURING LAUNCH VIDEO:TUESDAY AFTERNOON’S MANAGEMENT TEAM UPDATE VIDEO:THE FULL STS-131 LAUNCH EXPERIENCE VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 2 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:TUESDAY MORNING’S MISSION STATUS BRIEFING VIDEO:PREVIEW OF FLIGHT DAY 2 ACTIVITIES VIDEO:NARRATED TOUR OF DISCOVERY’S PAYLOAD BAY VIDEO:DESCRIPTION OF KU-BAND ANTENNA PROBLEM VIDEO:FLIGHT DAY 1 HIGHLIGHTS MOVIE VIDEO:SHUTTLE DISCOVERY BLASTS OFF! VIDEO:GO INSIDE MISSION CONTROL DURING LAUNCH VIDEO:POST-LAUNCH NEWS CONFERENCE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: VAB ROOF VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PRESS SITE VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PATRICK AFB VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD PERIMETER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: BEACH TRACKER VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAMERA 070 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD CAMERA 071 VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PLAYALINDA BEACH VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: PAD FRONT CAMERA VIDEO:LAUNCH REPLAY: KSC WEST TOWER VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS LEAVE CREW QUARTERS VIDEO:CREW FINISHES GETTING SUITED UP VIDEO:NARRATED REVIEW OF SHUTTLE’S PREPARATIONS VIDEO:NARRATED REVIEW OF PAYLOADS’ PREPARATIONS VIDEO:PREPARING AN EXTERNAL TANK FOR LAUNCH VIDEO:TIME-LAPSE OF GANTRY ROLLING BACK FOR LAUNCH VIDEO:LAUNCH PAD’S SERVICE TOWER RETRACTED VIDEO:PAYLOAD BAY DOORS CLOSED FOR LAUNCH VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS INSPECT THE PAYLOAD BAY VIDEO:STS-131 MISSION PREVIEW MOVIE VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH INTERVIEW WITH COMMANDER POINDEXTER VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH INTERVIEW WITH PILOT JIM DUTTON VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH INTERVIEW WITH RICK MASTRACCHIOVIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH INTERVIEW WITH METCALF-LINDENBURGER VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH INTERVIEW WITH STEPHANIE WILSON VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH INTERVIEW WITH NAOKO YAMAZAKI VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH INTERVIEW WITH CLAY ANDERSON VIDEO:PRE-LAUNCH NEWS CONFERENCE VIDEO:COUNTDOWN STATUS AND WEATHER OUTLOOK VIDEO:PREVIEW OF DISCOVERY’S LAUNCH COUNTDOWN VIDEO:ASTRONAUTS ARRIVE FOR LAUNCH VIDEO:FULL FLIGHT READINESS REVIEW NEWS BRIEFING VIDEO:RECAP OF THE FLIGHT READINESS REVIEW VIDEO:HELIUM VALVE NO CONSTRAINT TO LAUNCH VIDEO:MANAGERS ASSESS ISSUES BEFORE FLIGHT VIDEO:UPDATE ON PRE-LAUNCH PREPS AT PAD 39A VIDEO:SPACEWALKING SUITS LOADED ABOARD VIDEO:INTERVIEW WITH STS-131 PAYLOAD MANAGER VIDEO:INTERVIEW WITH BOEING PAYLOAD MANAGER VIDEO:PAYLOADS DELIVERED TO LAUNCH PAD 39A VIDEO:TRANSPORT CANISTER ROTATED VERTICALLY VIDEO:LEONARDO PLACED INTO THE TRANSPORTER VIDEO:STATION’S NEW AMMONIA COOLANT TANK VIDEO:LEONARDO HATCH CLOSED FOR FLIGHT VIDEO:FILLING UP ONE OF THE SUPPLY RACKS VIDEO:CAN THE SHUTTLE PROGRAM AVOID LOOMING RETIREMENT? 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