#NYFW: Susanne Bartsch’s “Fashion Underground” Opening at FIT Brought Out New York’s MOST Dressed

Well, I should have listened to Susanne. She told me to come early to the opening of her Fashion Underground exhibit at FIT, but my date was held up in traffic and we arrived ... See the Rest

First Look: Galliano for Maison Margiela, Autumn/Winter 2015

Key looks from the Maison Margiela Autumn-Winter 2015 ‘Artisanal’ Collection designed by John Galliano, shown this morning at the Grand Palais as part of Paris Haute Couture Week, featuring collage-like creations ... See the Rest

#MetGala: “China: Through The Looking Glass” Is a Fashion Exhibit, Not Just An Excuse For A Party – Right?

Well, the party's over. All that's ... See the Rest

#ComboPost: Galliano For Margiela + Demoted U.S. Cardinal = Fellini’s Roma Fashion Show

Every so often there are two posts on the same day that when added together produce a third. This is one of those days and this that post! John Galliano's See the Rest

#TheComeback: Galliano Returns For Margiela, But Is All Forgiven?

Yes, John Galliano has returned to the runway after a four-year absence. In the ... See the Rest

Flashback: Raw Celebrities In Johnny Rozsa’s Untouched

I met photographer Johnny Rozsa about 15 years ago when I hired him to do a ambitious (very low-budget) photo shoot in two cities, no less. He did an amazing job and we became friends straight away. He's the kind of irresistible character that you want to be ... See the Rest

Reporting From London: Bouke de Vries’ “Smashing Talent”

I met Bouke de Vries in the mid-80s just after my magazine colleague and good friend, Miles Chapman had come from London with Tina Brown to edit Vanity Fair. He and Miles had just met themselves and ... See the Rest

Mad Maus Alert In NYC!

Fashion world enfant terrible Christopher Lee Sauvé first got our attention when he did a line of "Save Anna" tees, after ... See the Rest