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This is just absurd. Clearly, the very presence of this woman in all of our lives is an act of God. More, in our daily gossip roundup.By Katie Goldsmith
Ed Westwick ditches a party hosted by girlfriend Jessica Szohr, fueling rumors of a tiff. That, and more celebrity innuendo, in today's gossip roundup.By Katie Goldsmith
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Erin Fetherston showed at Bryant Park last night, and our Fabiola Beracasa was backstage to see the calamity before the designer's fantasy collection debuted.By Fabiola Beracasa
It's amazing how the social set can look magnificent in this kind of heat. Well, except for Cory Kennedy.By The Fug Girls
Fabiola Beracasa descended on the pretty people at Max Azria's Whitney party last night to talk art. Guess what Hana's first big art score was...
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We sent Fabiola Beracasa to El Museo's 15th birthday with a video crew last night. Watch and enjoy all the fabulous party gowns.
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Last night at BAM's spring gala, Fabiola Beracasa and our video crew joined Parker Posey, Philip Glass, and Mario Batali at a party that proved even too much for performer Paul Simon. Will spring social obligations never cease?
New York fashion correspondent Fabiola Beracasa went to the Marchesa presentation yesterday, and our cameras tagged along to see beautiful people and red-carpet-worthy gowns.
New 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]
London label Preen is showing at the New York tents for only the second time this season, but designers Thea Bregazzi and Justin Thornton have already attracted a savvy fan base that includes New York Times critic Cathy Horyn and downtown personality Leigh Lezark, who both talked to Fabiola Beracasa before the show. "They went from being very funky in the beginning, and now they're much more put together," Horyn explained, while Arden Wohl talked about her obsession with patent leather. Watch the video for more.
As the music blasted backstage at Alexander Wang, Fabiola Beracasa caught up with model Jaime King, fashion editor Meredith Fisher, a very soft-spoken Chanel Iman, and the designer himself ("Did I mention he's cute?" said Paper's Mr. Mickey). Wang talked about his edgy aesthetic as "something that's a little bit loose and baggy. Own it. It doesn't have to fit in every little place. It's all about the flaws and imperfections."
It's that time of year again — well, yes, Fashion Week, we've established that. But it's also the time when our roving video reporter Fabiola Beracasa takes to the streets! Er, runways. Today Fab braved the torrential downpour for the Yigal Azrouël's show.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute's "blog.mode" exhibit opens today, and to give you a sneak peek, we sent our Fabiola Beracasa to check it out. Click above to watch as curator Andrew Bolton explains how hooker boots from the twenties influenced modern fashion and why the controversial "Incubus Necklace" was impounded by police the first time it was shown to the public. blog.mode: Addressing Fashion [Video Archives] Update: You may be wondering, as we were, why the Costume Institute exhibition is actually called "blog.mode: addressing fashion." It's because the exhibit is interactive, and you can write about your reactions and inspirations at a "blog bar" in the museum. Mmm. Blog Bar. Sounds unhealthy and delicious.
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