GUCCI ICON- TEMPORARY: Pop-Up Shop

  If you can win Grammys, then of course you can design a few kicks, right? Apparently that’s indeed the case for music extraordinaire Mr. Mark Ronson who was personally asked by Gucci’s creative director, Frida Giannini, to collaborate on a collection of limited edition sneakers for the iconic label.  The shoes will be showcased and sold at Gucci’s revolving temporary ...
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Creators Inn

Hotel-in-hotel concepts have increasingly become a trendy way at creating different atmospheres within the same property. In Stockholm, Sweden a great example of this exists at the Hotel Scandic Malmen's recently-opened Creators Inn. The idea was to cater to the needs of a creative traveler through the concepts of function, products and services. The room is split up into three ...
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Sune Rose Wagner – The Raveonettes

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Bond Street

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Big Jacket

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Icebreaker x Paragon: Upcycling Bliss

Is Paragon going into the seamstressing business? Well, not exactly. Here’s the deal: last week, the legendary Manhattan sports retailer and New Zealand based outdoor brand, Icebreaker (known for its Merino wool and famous Baacode),  teamed up in honor of the New York City Marathon. They decided to place a seamstress inside Paragon’s street window – complete with sewing machine ...
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MUSIC TO MY EARS Vol 8 – Francis

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Wearable Works Of Art

A veritable who's who of fashion, art and New York society came out this week for the the Museum of Art and Design's PAPERBALL, a benefit auction, exhibition, party and dinner celebrating all things paper. The museum commissioned notable names in fashion, such as Issey Miyake, Robert Geller, Chris Benz, Ruffian, Kenzo Minami, Bliss Lau, and Maria Pinto, to create ...
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Outside Chanel

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The 1920′s Embellished Stocking Revolution

The 1920s saw hemlines rise drastically; shorter skirts made legs a focal point of fashion like never before. Flappers first began to show their garters or roll their stockings bellow their knees, provocatively showing part of their bare leg. But like any other body part that becomes the focus of fashion, the trend that started in the streets and speakeasies ...
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primarily bright

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Alexandre Herchcovitch

Located in a bright red modern building, the eponymous boutique of designer Alexandre Herchcovitch features a combination of vibrant colors and monochromatic styles for women, men and children. Must-haves include tailored shirts and pants, T-shirts embellished with his popular skull graphics and accessories with interesting metal accents. Don't miss his beautiful haute couture line. Rua Haddock Lobo, 1151 São Paulo, Brazil Telephone:
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Anonamé Jeans At The Emmys

Anonamé Jeans (pronounced a-NA-nah-mee) is a contemporary jean brand that hovers around $100 - $120 retail. They offer fashion-forward alternatives with unique washes and novelty details previously unseen at this price point. Anonamé enters into its fifth year in business and has established itself as a denim line that caters to women, men and celebs. The Official Talent Gifting Suite ...
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Karl Lagerfeld 3.0

Karl Lagerfeld is a doll. Literally. Not too long ago Chanel’s reining creative-man was immortalized as Barbie's hunky boyfriend Ken, and lest we forget Karl the bear from the Steiff brand in 2008.  This time around, he’s gone the Tokidoki route. The Italian label – whose heart is really in Japan – has created a Karl Lagerfeld collectible figure standing ...
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Toyin’ Around

Robert Bradford creates life-size sculptures of animals from discarded toys and other colorful plastic pieces like combs, buttons and clothespins. Interestingly enough, the London-born and U.S.-trained visual artist works as a psychotherapist on the side. In 2002, he started to consider the possibilities that his children’s forgotten toys could have as part of something bigger. Bradford says he likes the ...
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