Just as Obama was being feted Thursday night at Harvey Weinstein's West Village pad, at the Bowery Poetry Club a recognized psychic healer was telling the crowd, "I feel sorry for him. He won't be elected to another term."
There's always something about an Oscar show. Some sequined dresses, which I adore, walk by. I keep thinking secret agents should wear the gowns when they throw down a red chip in a Moroccan casino or snoop at a black tie gala.
Tent for the Costume Institute's Gala May 2 at the Metropolitan Museum of ArtWhile I was no fan of the catalogue, I was wowed by the coup de théâtre...
Winston Wolkoff's realness is an inspiration, made all the more compelling when juxtaposed with her statuesque beauty.
Are Liu Wen and Shu Pei on their way to Naomi Campbell or Kate Moss's iconic status? Judging from the kind of work the two models are getting, it seems that fashion has found new leading ladies.
I blame DeLeon tequila for getting me a little too drunk, so I have to smush two days coverage into one. Which isn't a bad thing. It just means you get more photos, from babies fascinated by breasts to Anna Wintour watching Donna Karan.
Animal fur has come to represent arrogant indifference and frivolous cruelty. Designers who resist this risk being seen as out-of-step and ignorant of a well-documented reality.
American Vogue has never featured an Asian model on its cover in its 40-plus years of featuring models.
Billy Reid. (Silence) Billy Reid. (Thump, he fainted and fell to the floor) Billy Reid. Well, maybe he didn't faint, but the immediate surprise in the...
My friend turned thirty and threw herself a party at a Hollywood club. Ugh. I went to that club against my will and became the thirty-year-old I used to make fun of.
These days, there are few events for which New Yorkers truly dress up: the annual Costume Institute Gala, opening night at the Metropolitan Opera is another, and the annual fall gala of the New Yorkers for Children.
Beyond the celebrity gossip, Tim Gunn's path from introverted child suffering from depression to successful TV personality and fashion mentor makes for a surprising psychological memoir.
In Washington, screaming about being in the red is the new black. We've seen this herd mentality before, in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq. Once again, the experts tell us that the warning lights are flashing red. The fashionistas aren't listening.
The clash of civilizations continues, 9 years after the attacks of 9-11, the threat to our freedoms remains real. Shadowy individuals aim to control o...