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Catherine Malandrino

  1. Elie Tahari Is Being Sued for Sexual Harassment [Updated]The lawsuit was brought by a fashion consultant who worked with him.
  2. new york fashion week fall 2013
    GIF Bag: Bobblehead JusticeSomebody’s enjoying the DKNY runway’s soundtrack.
  3. make it work
    Runway Recap: The Final Six Are FlaggingBut which designer finishes the week out in (flag)pole position?
  4. loose threads
    Cruz for PETA; Spencer’s Spanx: Need to Know?Plus, a song for Andrej Pejic, a shy young Claudia Schiffer, and more fashion news.
  5. loose threads
    Elie Tahari Saves Catherine Malandrino; Rachel Zoe Attributes Her Thirteen Suitcases to Baby SkylerAlso, Andrej Pejic posed as Marilyn Monroe.
  6. loose threads
    Terry Richardson Shot New Ads for Equinox; People Shopped a Lot This Season!Also, Pendleton is designing a diffusion line, and lots of people shopped this holiday season!
  7. The Grub Street Diet
    Designer Catherine Malandrino Drinks Tequila During Fashion Week, Celebrates“At two in the morning, just ten hours before my presentation at Lincoln Center, I crossed Eighth Avenue to dance with my friends at a gay club with live shows and go-go dancers.”
  8. fashion week preview
    The Cut Is Twittering Like Crazy This Fashion WeekFollow our lead!
  9. fashion week preview
    Slideshow: 100 Designers Reveal Their Spring 2011 InspirationsIncluding Alexander Wang, Thakoon, Vena Cava, Phillip Lim, Mulberry, and rag & bone.
  10. loose threads
    Hermès Sales Up; Bridget Hall Got a DWIAlso, Karlie Kloss is on the new cover of Turkish ‘Vogue.’
  11. trendlet
    Slideshow: 30 Modern Spins on Mad Men StyleThese sexy sheaths and curve-hugging cardigans salute the sixties but look very NOW.
  12. loose threads
    Bernard Arnault Has $28.6 Billion; Rihanna Wears Flotation Devices OnstageAlso, Anja Rubik returns for Fendi’s fall campaign.
  13. sidewalk catwalk
    ‘Sidewalk Catwalk’ Slideshow: 32 Big-name Designers Turn Mannequins Into ArtThirty-two designers take fashion to the streets in an expansive public-art project.
  14. loose threads
    Michael Kors Hearts Gaga; Viktor & Rolf to Return to the Mass Market?Also, check out Gisele’s new ‘Muse’ cover.
  15. loose threads
    Fantastic Man Shoots Plus-Size Dudes; Lacoste Denies Malandrino RumorsAlso, two iconic Alexander McQueen dresses will go up for auction.
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Crumbs Coming to Brooklyn Heights; Rosa Mexicano to Host Passover Cooking DemoPlus: Linda’s Place wants to change its name, and Two Boots’ anniversary pizza, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  17. three's a trend
    Hair Is Going Up a NotchRuffian, Catherine Malandrino, and Behnaz Sarafpour bring hair to new heights.
  18. fashion week diary
    Yaeger: Thakoon’s Ball Fringes and the New Fashion ‘Event’Our fashion critic assesses Monday’s shows, including Malandrino, Thakoon, Tom Scott, Rachel Roy, and DVF.
  19. loose threads
    Calvin Klein to Live-Stream; Adidas the Most Followed Label on FacebookAlso, Mary J. Blige and Catherine Malandrino are making T-shirts together.
  20. loose threads
    Marc Jacobs Isn’t Into Menswear; Louise Goldin Wins Fashion Fund PrizeAlso, Catherine Malandrino reads blogs.
  21. design hunting
    Design Hunting: Rediscovered Elsa Peretti Treasures at Tiffany’sRobert Rufino’s exhibit of Elsa Peretti’s notebooks and albums gives a wonderful, personal sense of how she works, her designs, and her inspirations.
  22. loose threads
    Burberry to Show in London Again; Dita Von Teese Likes to Intimidate People with HatsAlso, Betsey Johnson wants a “hot new lover.”
  23. gossipmonger
    Kirsten Dunst Off the Wagon Again?The recently rehabbed starlet was spotted with Champagne glass in hand, and more celebrity mishaps in our morning gossip roundup.
  24. bright sides
    Designer Clothing Prices DOWNLabels have come to realize they won’t sell for pre-recession prices.
  25. three's a trend
    Bye-Bye Blowouts: Updos in for FallNearly every show teased, pinned, and sprayed hair up and away from the face.
  26. model tracker
    Monika Jagaciak Is Thursday’s Top ModelAt the age of 15, she did the honors of opening and closing the biggest show of the day, Calvin Klein.
  27. runways
    New Shows: Proenza, Vera, Malandrino, and MoreMore looks from the runway, now available for your full-screen pleasure!
  28. show & tell
    So Catherine Malandrino’s Collection Had Some Interesting DetailsRead: face-nets and hands.
  29. party lines
    Malandrino Pays Homage to America’s BarbiesObama, 9/11, and Barbie make for a heady patriotic mix with Catherine Malandrino.
  30. loose threads
    Target Lays off 600; Chanel’s Headdresses Were Made From Office PaperAlso, Ines de la Fressange returns to the runway today, and Lauren Hutton pulls a Naomi.
  31. we think she just did
    Catherine Malandrino to Judge Make Me a SupermodelAlso, Niki Taylor’s out. What is going on?
  32. beauty marks
    Wrinkle-Cream Ads Pulled; Carolina Herrera Likes Short Hair on 40-Plus WomenAlso, Dakota Fanning’s makeup routine and Calvin Klein’s new scents.
  33. first looks
    Inside Catherine Malandrino’s New BookThe designer’s celebrating her tenth anniversary with a retrospective book and a new West Coast store.
  34. show & tell
    Real Housewives Hit the ShowsAnd they may have been filming Bethenny Frankel at Jill Stuart, too!
  35. loose threads
    Tommy’s Sales are Up; Cops Bust More CounterfeitersAlso, Naomi Campbell walked D&G’s menswear show, Michelle Obama wears a lot of clothes by Maria Pinto, and Posh’s nipple conundrum.
  36. gossipmonger
    Jennifer Lopez Only Buys Dresses Alone, for Half OffPlus, gossip on Abigail Breslin, David Beckham, and Paris Hilton, in our daily column roundup.
  37. model tracker
    Irina Kulikova Is Monday’s Top ModelMonday was a mixed bag of no-brainer casting and compelling new faces. Runway veteran Anja Rubik lead the Oscar show. But Anna Gushina, who just debuted at Prada in September, generated significant buzz by winning Proenza Schouler’s coveted first spot.
  38. the fab life
    Jennifer Missoni, Sophia Bush Backstage at Catherine MalandrinoNew York fashion correspondent Fabiola Beracasa took our cameras backstage at Catherine Malandrino today. At just one show, Fabiola gets her hair done, spies someone wearing her dress (scandalous!), talks politics with Jennifer Missoni, chats with Sophia Bush from One Tree Hill, and learns about the designer’s love for the color green. Watch the video to see the mayhem. Backstage: Fabiola Beracasa at Catherine Malandrino [NYM Video]
  39. new york fugging city
    Tim Gunn Doesn’t Make It Work in This WeatherListen, we think she seems great and all, but how on earth has Sophia Bush managed to get invited to shows all over town this season? Either she has frighteningly effective people working for her or she’s cashing in on one of the several hundred karmic IOUs she earned during those months she had to spend married to the king of the asshats, Chad Michael Murray.
  40. in other news
    Dolly Lenz Can’t Imagine Why Anyone Would Dislike HerWhen it first came out that a prominent real-estate agent had been murdered several weeks ago, Robert Kolker writes in New York this week, before that person was revealed to be Linda Stein, some in the real-estate community guessed the deceased might be super-broker Dolly Lenz, a fact Lenz backed up herself, telling the writer she got twenty calls from people that night, including her own son, asking if she was okay. That’s weird, we thought. Wouldn’t her own son know if she was dead or not? Oh … maybe not. “I would say I speak to my son 10 minutes a week,” Lenz says in an Observer profile coming out later this week, tidbits of which are on their Website now. “I would say I spend an hour [a week] with my daughter.” Even with her superb parenting skills, sterling reputation (“I’ve known Dolly for over twenty years, and systematically, whatever friendship she has, it dissolves,” former Elliman president Paul Purcell told New York in 2005), and — as the Observer nicely puts it — “outsize” personality, Dolly can’t imagine anything bad happening to her. “Never,” she tells the paper. “I feel like I treat everybody 100 percent fairly, and I think at the end of the day that’s all they really expect.” But maybe she shouldn’t be so sure. When Stein died, “we were hoping it was Dolly,” one broker told New York with a giggle. Um, yikes. The $748,319,000 Woman [NYO] Related: Death of a Broker [NYM]
  41. announcements
    ‘New York Look’ on Newsstands, En VogueListen up, everybody, we have an administrative announcement. (This is a little like that fire-safety director who randomly comes over the loudspeakers in your building to interrupt your day — except it’s a fashion alert, so you should listen this time.) The fashion department at New York has been doing a little work on the side lately, and the result is a brand-spanking-new magazine, New York Look. If our Fashion Week coverage at nymag.com is practically live, intended to convey the excitement of the shows as they happen, then Look is the fully digested, carefully thought-through, and gorgeously photographed follow-up — the distilled essence, we hope, of everything that happened this spring season in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. An online version of Look will appear in the coming weeks, but we venture to say that you really should pick up the print version on a newsstand today, because it’s rather beautiful. On the cover and at the heart of the magazine are over 40 superb images by Magnum photographer Paolo Pellegrin, who shot backstage at every major show around the world — that’s his photo of Agyness Deyn at Missoni in Milan above this text (her skin is even more loathsomely flawless in print, trust us). We’ll have an expanded edit of Paolo’s work online soon, but these pictures do demand to be seen at large sizes on glossy paper. On top of that, our editors break down the essential spring trends for both men and women via a voluminous series of runway shots. There’s Amy Larocca on Marc Jacobs. Vanessa Grigoriadis on Roberto Cavalli. The Fug Girls on Anna Wintour and Roger Federer. Plus party coverage, model reports and … okay, we’ll shut up now. Look costs $5.99 on newsstands, and it’s available in New York at most Barnes & Noble stores, Whole Foods, Eastern News, Hudson News, Universal News, and too many smaller outlets to list here (out of town, Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston, Seattle and Atlanta has it). Or you can order it online at nymag.com/look (where it costs, um, more … the cost of shipping is crazy!). Check it out. Really.
  42. new york fugging city
    It’s Finally Fugging OverThe sky didn’t fall, even when it opened. The VMAs landed smack in the middle of Fashion Week and threatened to rain on our stargazing parade, but in the end — after all the wailing, teeth-gnashing, and prophesies of doom — neither an awful awards show nor an actual deluge could spoil the celebrity turnout in the front rows. It’s enough to make our Grinchy hearts grow three sizes. Or at least keep us smiling through the pain of our considerable blisters. Without further ado, here’s a look at a few of the highlights:
  43. new york fugging city
    Janet Is a Part of the Fedora NationIt doesn’t make us proud, but we couldn’t help ourselves: So much has been made in the tabloids of Janet Jackson’s fluctuating weight that when we first saw her at
  44. grub street
    Mom Always Said Not to Play Ball in the Fancy French Restaurant You think it’s easy being a waiter at a high-end French restaurant? Hardly. Chanterelle server Ian Tomaschik has to serve and clear a six-course tasting menu while also replenishing bread and silverware and making drinks and coffees. “In the beginning,” he told Grub Street, “I didn’t think I could pull it off.” But he has, for six years, and it’s worth it: “Once I saw the name Barry Williams on the reservation list. I was like, I can’t believe I’m waiting on Greg Brady.” Tomaschik is this week’s Ask a Waiter. Ian Tomaschik of Chanterelle Will Serve You Fake Wine If Your Secretary Asks [Grub Street]
  45. The Other Critics
    Morandi Takes Another Hit; a Haute Barnyard SpreeThe Four Seasons gets perhaps the most negative two-star review in the history of the Times; Bruni seems to think the stars were grandfathered in. A telling example of how reputation floats reviews. [NYT] Meehan, meanwhile, visits a chowhound’s paradise, a Hindu temple in Flushing. [NYT] Morandi takes another blow, this time from Time Out’s Randall Lane, who like our own Adam Platt, finds it overdesigned and unimpressive, albeit with a few decent dishes. [TONY] Related: Not So Bene [NYM]
  46. photo op
    From Far Away, Even the Meatpacking Looks Cute Flicking through Flickr, we happened across this very cool shot looking south at the corner of Ninth Avenue and 14th Street. We don’t really understand what was done to make the buildings and trucks all look like miniatures, but we do like the nice metaphor of the meatpacking district being nothing more than a collection of overcute playthings. Nice work, random Flickr photog.
  47. intel
    How Is a Park Slope Seder Different From All Other Seders?“All right,” said the rabbi. “We’ll try to get to the food as fast as we can.” Rose Water, the Haute Barnyard Park Slope restaurant, was holding its second-annual second-night Passover Seder, and the obstacle between the starving, secular attendees and the five-course prix fixe was an hour-long ritual leavened, as it were, with trademark neighborhood sanctimony. The plagues recitation became a mini-lecture on abused women (the modern-day plagues were rape, shame, and so on); we were even more riveted by the time- and nabe-specific Four Questions.
  48. Mediavore
    Foodie Bloomie; the Starbucks Master PlanBloomberg holds sway over our eating habits like no mayor before him. [NYT] Wayne Nish is out to save Varietal from its folly, including a “full-of-itself wine list [that] boasted obscure, uninspired vintages masquerading as hidden treasures,” and desserts that were “scary messes.” [NYT] Behold, the Starbucks master plan for growth — which may help to explain its aggressive anti-union strategy, which has roused the ire of the National Labor Relations Board. [Business Week]
  49. intel
    Jon Bon Jovi Goes to Brooklyn, Does Not Build a House Yesterday we schlepped out to the Brownsville section of Brooklyn because we were promised Jon Bon Jovi working on a Habitat for Humanity house. “Delta Air Lines joins Jon Bon Jovi and members of the Philadelphia Soul arena football team on Tuesday, April 3, 2007, at 1:00 p.m. to participate in a build with Habitat for Humanity-New York City,” said the press release (the emphasis is ours), which seemed pretty clear. Bon Jovi! Brooklyn! Together! Yay! But then we got there and discovered the dude merely giving a press conference. Wasn’t Jon going to “participate” in that “build”? “You really don’t want to see me grabbing a hammer,” he said. (Actually, we did, which is why we spent an hour on the D.) “But I’ll be happy to purchase them.” Sigh. How about Marty Markowitz, also on the scene — was he excited to have a genuine rock star purchasing hammers for Brooklyn? “I can’t really tell you I know his stuff,” the usually indefatigable borough president said, “but I know people are crazy about him.” We should have stayed in midtown. —Jonah Green
  50. cultural capital
    The ‘24’ Absurd-O-Meter: Bonus Michelle Dessler EditionWe ran into Reiko Aylesworth, who used to play CTU agent Michelle Dessler on 24, at a party for the new Philip Seymour Hoffman play, Jack Goes Boating, recently. And so we realized we had a perfect opportunity to get some expert insight on our 24 Absurd-o-Meter, which she confessed she hadn’t seen. Did you ever read a script and just blurt out, “What the hell?!” Oh, we would do that, probably every other day. There’s a lot of stuff that gets to us, and we say, “Oh, come on.” And it actually doesn’t even air. There were things that they wanted to do with my character … Like what? Oh, like, suicide. Within the course of 24 hours, I become suicidal.
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