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It’s late Thursday morning on the coldest day of the year so far, and designer Yigal Azrouel, 40, blows into Hirshleifers, the uber-luxe temple of fashion at the Americana shopping center in Manhasset.
He’s not there to shop, although, he says, “They have a lot of good stuff here; maybe I will take care of some shopping later.” It’s a trunk show that has the handsome, Israeli-born designer,...Read more »
One door closes, another opens. The cliché works for Ray “Digmi” Navarrete, 35, who Sports Illustrated called, “the greatest Long Island Duck ever.” The second baseman, who played for eight seasons with the team and is the all-time franchise leader in games played, hits, home runs, RBIs, runs and doubles, retired this season. Next playing field?
Fashion. That’s where the “Digmi” comes...Read more »
Who says fashion models aren't tough?
Blonde beauty Hollie-May Saker, 18, didn't need much help from security guards Thursday when she was approached by feminist protesters while walking in Nina Ricci's Paris Fashion Week show.
Two topless women from Femen, a UK-based feminist group, with "fashion dictaterror" and "model don't go to brothel" written across their exposed...Read more »
A “faaaabulous” (as we fashion types like to say) new summer camp for budding fashion designers between the ages of 10-15 will launch this August in East Hampton. And, phew, there are still a few spots left at Stitched Fashion Camp, where fashion loving boys and girls will have the opportunity to tap into their inner designer, learn a tremendous amount about the fashion world and create their own...Read more »
Oh the horror. You’re a Hamptons-stationed VIP, celebrity or socialite and you’ve gotten a last minute invite to a flashy party or a charity event there. You have to make a public appearance and…gasp…you haven’t a thing to wear.
That’s exactly why Carmen Adriana, 38, a veteran stylist, recently opened Fabinjection in East Hampton where notables can borrow contemporary and designer clothing...Read more »
New York Fashion Week might have to bring its exclusive white tents elsewhere, as The New York Times reports a lawsuit has been filed against New York City and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Area residents and park activists are angry over the use of Damrosch Park, a 2.4 acre section of Lincoln Center where Fashion Week, The Big Apple Circus, and other events not open to the public...Read more »