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Government and Trade

Artisans Speak Out on the Effects of the Counterfeit Textile Trade

Voz artisans discuss the long-lasting effects of the counterfeit textile trade.

clock July 15, 2018Tracey Greenstein



Vincent Cassel Talks Playing Paul Gauguin, the #MeToo Movement and Wedding Plans

For Edouard Deluc’s “Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti,” the actor aimed to show the French artist as a man, not an icon.

clock July 11, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Birds Under Threat by Climate Change Find a Home on New York City’s Streets


Birds of a Feather

The art installation project “Birds on Broadway,” by Nicolas Holiber, highlights species that are either native to New York, or fly through the city, as inspired by John James Audubon.

clock July 3, 2018Maxine Wally

Margo Wolowiec


Margo Wolowiec Mounts First Solo New York Show at Marlborough Contemporary

In “Still Water, Circling Palms,” the Detroit-based artist explores climate change and online news consumption.

clock June 29, 2018Kristen Tauer

Yvonne Force curates “Seed” at Paul Kasmin Gallery


Yvonne Force Curates ‘Seed’ Group Art Show at Paul Kasmin

Force included work from 29 female artists.

clock June 27, 2018Kristen Tauer

Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison, "My Fair Lady", 1964

Fashion Scoops

Audrey Hepburn’s ‘My Fair Lady’ Blouse to Be Auctioned, Cecil Beaton Documentary to Debut

Cecil Beaton designed more than 1,000 garments for the 1964 film adaptation of “My Fair Lady,” which won eight Oscars in 1965.

clock June 25, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

A hoodie from the Toiletpaper and Maison Kitsune collaboration.

Fashion Scoops

Toiletpaper’s Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari Partner with Maison Kitsuné for Capsule Collection

The fashion-forward magazine is known for its surreal and at times risqué images.

clock June 15, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Miguel Adrover

Fashion Scoops

Miguel Adrover Considers Selling Rights to Name

The designer believes his name stands for a philosophy encompassing sustainability, organic production, environmentalism and social consciousness.

clock June 12, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

The calvin Klein installation with a sampling of the limited edition Feltri armchairs.

Fashion Scoops

Calvin Klein’s First Design Miami/Basel Installation Features Raf Simons’ Limited-run Feltri Armchairs for Cassina

As a sign of his admiration for Pesce’s work, Simons suggested to Cassina executives a “cultural correspondence.”

clock June 11, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Norman Rockwell's "Right to Know."


Norman Rockwell’s ‘Four Freedoms’ Start Tour; Artist’s Kin Talk About George Lucas’ Fandom and Berkshire Museum’s Recent Controversial Sale

Norman Rockwell’s granddaughter said the artist’s work is far from simple or Hallmark-ish.

clock June 1, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Michal Rovner


The Reality of Michal Rovner’s Latest Work

The artist’s exhibition “Evolution” is on view at Pace Gallery on 24th Street.

clock May 21, 2018Kristen Tauer

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - May 16 -  Christina Zeller and Charly Herscovici attend SFMOMA Magritte Opening on May 16th 2018 at SFMOMA in San Francisco, CA (Photo - Drew Altizer Photography)

Fashion Scoops

Delvaux Sponsors SFMoMA’s Opening Party for René Magritte Exhibit

The luxury brand’s love affair with the surrealist painter’s work continues, as the SFMoMA unveils the largest Magritte exhibit in the U.S.

clock May 17, 2018Adriana Lee

Alice B. Toklas, Bolero-style waistcoat (detail) made for Gertrude Stein. Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University.

Business Features

Yale University Exhibit Sews Together Textiles With Texts

The exhibit will run until Aug. 12 at Yale University in New Haven, Conn.

clock May 14, 2018Tracey Greenstein

Esteban Cortazar, Cesar Reyes, Maria Eugenia Maury, Julio Reyes Copello, Tony Bechara 25th Annual El Museo Del Barrio Gala, New York, USA - 10 May 2018.

Fashion Scoops

Marta Minujín, Esteban Cortazar, Cesar Reyes and Julio Reyes Copello Honored at El Museo del Barrio Gala

Esteban Cortazar accepted the Excellence in Fashion award with great enthusiasm.

clock May 11, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Artisans in Oaxaca, Mexico  cutting paper for an installation led by Dosa' Christina Kim.

Fashion Scoops

Dosa’s Christina Kim Plans Exhibitions in Oaxaca, Marfa, Palm Springs and the RISD Museum

Working with an eight-person team of artists to handcuff papers that look like lace for an installation in a 15,000-square-foot space is just one of the projects Christina Kim is leading.

clock May 10, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

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