MUSIC MAKERS Beyond the runways, a smattering of musical acts should also provide fashionable entertainment this week, beginning with Cat Power’s — aka Chan Marshall’s — gigs around town. Marshall’s haunting...
MUSIC MAKERSBeyond the runways, a smattering of musical acts should also provide fashionable entertainment this week, beginning with Cat Power’s — aka Chan Marshall’s — gigs around town. Marshall’s haunting voice and tough chic style provide an antidote to all last season’s polish. Meanwhile, Dopo Yume, one of the city’s sexier boy bands, plays directly to the fashion crowd with their poppy, flirty rock ’n’ roll.
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