About 150 guests are expected at the event, which will feature museumlike installations, performances and limited-run products.
There were jokes, songs, sequins and Virgil Abloh awarding Lauren, who assured the other successful recipients, “You’re all doing great.”
The new exhibition is a bit of a homecoming for Stefan Sagmeister who was born in Austria and studied in Vienna before relocating to New York.
Mr. Brainwash’s latest art project will help raise money for the cancer-fighting organization “It’s a Thing.”
Regina King, KiKi Layne and Stephan James joined the director for the film’s U.S. premiere at the New York Film Festival, held at the historic Apollo Theater.
The actor stars in “The Hate U Give” and will join the Marvel franchise with “X-Men: Dark Phoenix” next year.
The actress was later joined by close friend Chelsea Clinton.
Staging Costume Institute press events in the Forbidden City and in Rome with Vatican officials during an unexpected snowstorm have been a few of Chilton’s memorable work days.
Three female screenwriters were chosen from the annual Black List.
Even with years of experiences touring, the nine-time Grammy winner said nerves were a given before her finale runway walk.
A portion of proceeds from the collection will benefit the FDNY Foundation.
The film follows the real-life mission to capture Adolf Eichmann, one of the chief architects behind the Holocaust.
Vogt talks about how she used a rainbow of color, a smattering of neutral tones — and a lot of gold jewelry — to dress the upbeat cast of the film.