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Alexandre Herchcovitch

  1. guess that zoom shot
    Zoom Shot Pop Quiz: Parental Advisories, Fuchsia Triangles, and MoreAre you up for today’s challenge?
  2. made fashion week
    Free Association With: Alexandre HerchcovitchWhat comes to mind for Alex when he hears the word side-boob?
  3. model tracker
    Karlie Kloss Is Monday’s Top ModelShe opened Donna Karan and closed Carolina Herrera.
  4. spring 2011
    New Spring Collections: Carolina Herrera, Halston, Chris Benz, and More!See runway photos, backstage, front row, and more!
  5. beauty marks
    Bright Lip Colors at Alexandre HerchcovitchThe color palette includes lime green, turquoise, and a deep, rich purple.
  6. fashion week preview
    Exclusive Video: See Alexandre Herchcovitch Draw His Spring 2011 CollectionWatch the designer put pen to paper.
  7. fashion week preview
    Slideshow: 100 Designers Reveal Their Spring 2011 InspirationsIncluding Alexander Wang, Thakoon, Vena Cava, Phillip Lim, Mulberry, and rag & bone.
  8. street walking
    Video: Taking Spring’s Hottest Football Shoulders to the StreetsWe put on these silly but fabulous pieces and hit the streets of Soho.
  9. beauty marks
    Bold Beauty Looks From the New York RunwaysBeauty this season showcased new ways to do your lips, eyes, and hair, from heavily done to undone.
  10. a rare post on sports
    Football IN for Spring 2010At least at Alexander Wang and Alexandre Herchcovitch.
  11. model tracker
    Natasha Poly Is Wednesday’s Top ModelThe Russian closed Michael Kors, and opened and closed Anna Sui.
  12. hot men
    Time to Check In on Jesus Luz!He’s wearing devil horns! And an American flag! And bells!
  13. ins and outs
    Alexandre Herchcovitch to Take Over Rosa CháFounder Amir Slama has lectures to give at Cambridge and a whole new swim line to found.
  14. trends
    Fall Trends: Pants Are So Last YearBoots up to there are the shoe to wear.
  15. The Many Spandexed Looks of Amber RoseFor the past two months she’s been gallivanting with Kanye West, she’s worn plenty of outfits that nearly upstage him.
  16. three's a trend
    Thigh-High Boots Convince Us Pants Are Out for 2009Thigh-high boots emerged as the hot shoe for fall, landing so far up the leg they doubled as leg warmers.
  17. three's a trend
    Bye-Bye Blowouts: Updos in for FallNearly every show teased, pinned, and sprayed hair up and away from the face.
  18. three's a trend
    Fall Is Full of Glove LoveThe breakout accessory of the season: gloves. The higher the better.
  19. behind the scenes
    Alexandre Herchcovitch’s Muse Is BonitaJeremy Kost gets an extreme close-up.
  20. runways
    New Shows: Proenza, Vera, Malandrino, and MoreMore looks from the runway, now available for your full-screen pleasure!
  21. model tracker
    Agyness Deyn Is Wednesday’s Top ModelUntil yesterday, the Brit was M.I.A. on all the New York runways. But she resurfaced at Anna Sui to both open and close the show.
  22. photo op
    Kanye’s Hair: An Intimate StudyHe’s moving from ducktail to nubbin-mullet.
  23. Chef Shuffle
    Phillip Kirschen-Clark Leaves Pegu ClubThe ‘secret chef’ is out.
  24. beauty marks
    Smell You Later: Six Scents Launches TonightThe perfumes, designed by six designers, including Gareth Pugh, Preen, and Alexandre Herchcovitch, go on sale later this week.
  25. beauty marks
    Daddy Yankee Inks Fragrance Deal; Vincent Cassel Mugs for YSLAlso Avon suspects shady business practices in China.
  26. three is a trend
    Sheer GeniusThe season’s big trend? Showing some skin. Get ready to bare it all.
  27. three is a trend
    The Shining: Sequins Dazzle Down the RunwaysSequins are back. So far the spring runways have been shining like a disco ball.
  28. first looks
    Fresh In: Rock & Republic and Alexander Wang Video, Verrier and Rosa Cha Slideshows, and MoreNew shows are here!
  29. the cutrone minute
    Kelly Cutrone’s Vlog: Saving Fashion Week From the ElementsHow to keep fashion editors happy and dry.
  30. cult of personality
    Word Up: The One-Word Inspiration Behind the CollectionsWe asked designers for just one word to describe spring 2009. The results are comical, endearing, puzzling, and enlightening.
  31. run through
    Band-Aids Go High FashionApparently the little strips are the hot item du jour. And here we were still wearing our Band-Aid brand ones. Silly us.
  32. run through
    Zaha Hadid Makes Rubber Shoes With MelissaThe architect may have designed Chanel’s Mobile Art exhibit, but Hadid says that creating shoes was just as hard.
  33. intel
    How to Be a Scandalite: Don’t Follow Ashley Dupré’s ExampleJust like a brand-new car, Ashley Alexandra Dupré’s earning potential has been steadily decreasing since Eliot Spitzer rolled her off the lot and into the spotlight two weeks ago today.
  34. new york fugging city
    Misses USA and Universe Want Your Business CardSaturday was paradise for anyone fond of watching reality-TV shows in which regular (yet good-looking and tall) people are magically transformed into models. First, former Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency model Chris Jones appeared in oatmeal-colored Hammer pants at United Bamboo, then Niki Taylor showed up at Alexandre Herchcovitch with the entire cast of Make Me a Supermodel, albeit sans Tyson Beckford.
  35. kudos
    Producers Guild Noms ‘No Country,’ ‘Juno,’ ‘Diving Bell’; Snubs ‘Atonement,’ ‘Sweeney’Cripes, awards predicting is for morons.
  36. intel
    Hey, MSNBC, Stop Trying to Make ‘Tsunami Tuesday’ Happen Has anyone else noticed that since the December 2004 tsunami that killed over 200,000 people, most networks have shied away from using the sometimes-mentioned Super Tuesday nickname “Tsunami Tuesday”? It has been used to describe February 5, the day when a crazy amount of states will be holding their primaries. But since the word “tsunami” is sort of synonymous with, um, mass death, it’s hasn’t really built up much steam. Except for on MSNBC. They’ve really been trying to make “Tsunami Tuesday” into a buzz term. It’s on all their ads, in their Web editorial language, and used on the air. We have to say, we’re not quite ready to bring the term back into common parlance. What’s next, an election countdown to “Nagasaki November”? Will Tsunami Tuesday be an afterthought? [MSNBC]
  37. apropos of nothing
    On Vulture’s Christmas List: ‘Seagalogy,’ an In-Depth Study of Steven Seagal’s FilmographyBlack Friday is nearly upon us, but why bother going to some horrible, overcrowded mall when you can purchase the most perfect all-purpose holiday gift online?
  38. trailer mix
    ‘Cloverfield’ Trailer: We Pretty Much Know How This Movie EndsIn the great tradition of films like The Blair Witch Project and United 93, whose endings we pretty much know before opening credits roll, Cloverfield will apparently be one of those movies that hinges on its ability to create suspense out of the obviously inevitable.
  39. party lines
    Revealed: Marc Jacobs’s Recipe for Tuna SaladMarc Jacobs’s svelte physique is not the result of his skills in the kitchen. We asked the designer about his cooking repertoire at the Out 100 awards gala on Friday, and it turns out it’s, well, fashionably slim. “Cook?” he asked. “I make tuna salad. It’s not really cooking, but I chop the spring onions and the celery very, very well, and I put it with tuna fish and mayonnaise and pepper. And that I do extremely well. More than that, I can’t do.” Marc attended the party on the arm of his on-again-off-again boyfriend, Jason Preston. We asked what Preston contributes, and the Louis Vuitton creative director just guffawed. “Jason? Do you cook?” he asked, turning to Preston who shook his head. “No, he doesn’t cook,” Jacobs told us, laughing harder. “We eat out a lot, and we have room service a lot.” Oh, silly us. We thought Jason was the room service! —Bennett Marcus Related: Tan, Trim & Rehabbed Marc Mark II [NYM] More Party Lines photos and quotes from the Out 100 party: Kelly Rowland digs gay people, and Tori Spelling on being a married gay icon.
  40. Elsewhere In The Menuniverse: LOLBloggers
  41. selita says
    Selita Ebanks Works the Shows and the PartiesDuring this week of weeks, Victoria’s Secret model Selita Ebanks reports on Fashion Week from her elevated — and fabulous — perspective.
  42. Sushi And Dorchester And Barbara Lynch, Oh My!
  43. new york fugging city
    Herchcovitch Goes Dumpster Diving After the last overcoat turned jumpsuit with crotch-and-bum cutouts left the Alexandre Herchcovitch runway, our strenuously maintained emotionless masks gave way to blinking, speechless incredulity. We couldn’t believe what we’d just seen. Woven sun hats? With veils? Shirts made of actual garbage bags? Had we accidentally taken the wrong exit from the subway and gone completely through the looking glass to a world where the crotch seam on pants extends to the knee and people wear blue-dipped sheaves of wheat on their lapels? Were we forever trapped in a Twilight Zone episode titled “Little Hefty Bag on the Prairie”?
  44. User's Guide
    The Ham That Drives Men Mad New York Magazine has gone Spain-crazy this week. Adam Platt sates his bottomless hunger at Boqueria, and Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld interview Spain’s most illustrious chef, Ferran Adrià of El Bulli. Let Grub Street pile on, then, with talk of the secret society of Spanish pork. This society may be unofficial, but we belong to it. It is made of men and women who have tasted the meat of the celebrated pata negra, or black-foot pig, and will do anything for more. “Once you taste ibérico, you can’t compare it to anything else,” Bar Jamón chef Andy Nusser has said. The society’s holy grail, though, remains tantalizingly out of reach for Americans — even ones with a deep affinity for Spain.
  45. it just happened
    Aircraft Hits UES Building A small plane — or maybe a helicopter; reports conflict — flew into an apartment building at East 72nd Street and York Avenue earlier this afternoon. Details coming….
  46. new york fugging city
    A Very Special Fug GirlsAfter eight days, 26 shows, and a handful of parties, we are reduced to a sputtering heap (not unlike that Zac Posen dress) on the floor of Newark Airport. Time to recall our favorite moments.
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