During the decades she worked in fashion, Joan Calabrese designed dresses worn by an assortment of well-known girls from presidential families including the Kennedys and the Bushes.
A crop of apparel manufacturers and fashion start-ups are opting for secondary cities to make their way.
The former “Vampire Diaries” actress is a fan of Armani. Dior, Zac Posen and Marcesha — the label she wore recently as a bridesmaid for her friend Julianne Hough’s wedding.
Trump’s stylist Hervé Pierre designed the dress she wore to dine with French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte.
Jussara Lee will host the second edition of a pop-up thrift store in the West Village.
This fall, the entrepreneur will branch out with his first collection of apparel for women and men, and a hybrid space in Los Angeles.
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten will receive this year’s Superstar award at the Oct. 26 event at Cipriani Wall Street.
The artist Brad Troemel took issue with Vika Gazinskaya’s drawing inspiration from his “Freecaching” series without giving him credit.
Terrence Zhou applied for an internship at Viktor & Rolf in late May and claims the designs he submitted look very much like ones that appeared in the company’s fall 2017 couture show.
In addition to Rufus Wainwright, Sophie Beem — a protégé of Beyoncé — will also perform at the upcoming “Hamptons Happening.”
Never one to take a let’s-see-how-it-goes approach to business, Todd Oldham said that everything he does with Kid Made Modern is purposeful and rooted in the five tenants of learning.
The OMA partner specializes in preservation, scenography and curation.
Lipps said the timing seemed right to be on the West Coast.
Last year’s worldwide sales exceeded $19.5 million — a 53 percent gain compared to sales in 2015.