From Clocks

The Whitney’s Got a Bag of Its Own

By GUY TREBAY April 28, 2016 It is 8 o’clock on a chilly Tuesdsay evening at the Whitney Museum, where the Italian fashion powerhouse Max Mara is staging an intimate dinner for 74 to celebrate the first anniversary of the museum’s building (as well as that of the Max Mara Whitney Bag designed by Renzo Piano Building …

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On the Runway: Fashion Gets Its First Official Airline

April 28, 2016 Vanessa Friedman ON THE RUNWAY Forget the friendly skies: Welcome to the fashion skies. The industry is getting its first official airline. Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has signed on to sponsor 17 of the WME/IMG fashion events around the world, including fashion weeks in New York, …

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Coachella as a Jeremy Scott Fashion Playground and Muse

By SHEILA MARIKAR April 27, 2016 INDIO, Calif. — It was just after 1 a.m. and Jeremy Scott, the forever young fashion designer, held court in a wooden D.J. booth above a synthetic grass dance floor. His annual party, timed to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, was just starting. Over the next few hours, Kylie …

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Night Out: Gillian Anderson as a Fashion Inspiration

April 27, 2016 By RUTH LA FERLA Photos of Gillian Anderson occupied a special place on Gabriela Hearst’s spring fashion mood board. “She was my muse,” Ms. Hearst said. “So sexy, so strong: the image of intelligent beauty.” So when Ms. Anderson turned up in the flesh at the Hearsts’ West Village townhouse last week, …

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On the Runway: Assessing France’s Olympic Outfits by Lacoste

April 27, 2016 Vanessa Friedman ON THE RUNWAY With only 100 days to go, the Olympic fashion unveil is picking up steam. First Australia revealed its opening ceremony looks at the end of last month — a green and white seersucker blazer and white shorts or skort. Canada followed suit a few wees ago with …

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On the Runway: TAG Heuer Signs On With English Premier League

April 27, 2016 On the Runway By ELIZABETH PATON TAG Heuer has designs on soccer. After signing on as the official timekeeper of Major League Soccer in the United States, the German Bundesliga and the Chinese Football Association Super League, the high-end watch brand announced its sponsorship on Tuesday of the English Premier League, the …

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Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ Stylist on New Orleans as Fashion Inspiration, That Yeezy Two-Piece and More

By JOANNA NIKAS April 26, 2016 Marni Senofonte, who oversaw the creation of outfits for Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” visual album, showcased a range of looks from known labels, like the Yeezy two-piece that she paired with a Hood by Air fur in “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” to lesser-known ones, like that of the Kuwait designer Yousef al-Jasmi, who made …

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‘Real Housewives’ Invited Me In. How Could I Say No?

By KATIE ROGERS April 26, 2016 On a cold April morning in Manhattan, Ramona Singer, a cast member of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” is teetering across a street in stilettos, shedding her coat to expose a short taupe dress paired with pearls. She had just left Tipsy Parson, a bar and restaurant in Chelsea, …

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Cassandra Clare Created a Fantasy Realm and Aims to Maintain Her Rule

By PENELOPE GREEN April 23, 2016 One morning in early March, Kyli Ledesma, a 20-year-old barista from San Diego, woke up at 3:30 so she could drive to Los Angeles to secure a copy of Cassandra Clare’s newest book, “Lady Midnight,” which would be for sale at Barnes & Noble at the Grove, a high-end mall, when …

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Queen Elizabeth’s Party Planner Is Proud to Wear $35 Shoes

By COURTNEY RUBIN April 23, 2016 LONDON — Lady Elizabeth Anson, Queen Elizabeth II’s cousin and her party planner for more than 50 years, was raised in a Downton Abbey-like home where servants ironed the newspapers, and was married at Westminster Abbey. But on a recent Friday, Lady Elizabeth — the orchestrator of some of Britain’s most …

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