Displaying all articles tagged:
An Oral History of Legendary ’90s Rave Emporium Liquid Sky Chloë Sevigny, Mickey Boardman, and more remember the downtown ravewear mecca Liquid Sky.
So, Was That Kim Kardashian Cover Photoshopped? French photographer Jean-Paul Goude has a history of “improving” backsides.
Paper’s Mickey Boardman on How the Kim Kardashian Shoot Happened Talking to Mickey Boardman about Kim “break the internet” Kardashian.
The Golden Era of ‘Fashion Blogging’ Is Over Has the moment for new fashion bloggers to gain entry to the club passed?
cut secret santa
cut secret santa
Party Pics: Solange, Woody, Coco, and More Celebrating everything from fluffy Fendi Buggies to cruise collections.
Party Pics: The Trumps, Wintour, Stewart, and More So many powerful people (and hairstyles) in one slideshow.
Mickey Boardman Gets His Sparkles Custom-Fitted “I don’t think she designs for a large, paunchy man.”
Post-CFDA Partiers: Kate Upton, Wintour, and More The night models, designers, actors, and comics partied in the name of fashion.
Partiers of the Week: Prince Harry, Bono, and More A time when fashion designers mingled with royals.
Jason Wu’s Front Row Was Not Slowed by the Snow “Screw chic and just do comfortable,” advised Joe Zee.
January Jones, Emma Roberts at Shops at Target Plus Theophilus London, Giada de Laurentiis, and more.
The Grub Street Diet
Mickey Boardman Calls Roy Rogers His Culinary Crack House, Eats Walgreens’ “I’ve had one sip of coffee in my life and I loathe smoking, but I do love candy.”
Style Diaries: Mickey Boardman, Day Eight Boardman ends his week in a spiffy Calvin Klein suit.
Fashion Week Style Diaries: Paper Magazine’s Mickey Boardman, Day Seven Boardman’s one-of-a-kind chunky, sequined Fendi cardigan makes an appearance.
Fashion Week Style Diaries: Paper Magazine’s Mickey Boardman, Day Five Boardman styles himself in Junya Watanabe’s “clown shoes” and a Proenza Schouler top.
Fashion Week Style Diaries: Paper Magazine’s Mickey Boardman, Day Three Boardman plans to battle today’s wintery weather in Missoni for Target’s ladies rain boots.
Fashion Week Style Diaries: Paper Magazine’s Mickey Boardman, Day One Surprise! Boardman forgoes his usual sportswear attire for a spiffy Michael Kors suit.
fashion week preview fall 2012
How Fashionable People Prepare for Fashion Week The short list includes juice-fasting, keratin treatments, and meditation.
Prabal Gurung’s Sephora Uniforms Debut; Nicole Miller Used in Kennedy Cover-up? Plus, that crystal-covered Dolce & Gabbana corset booked another February Vogue cover.
Resort Report 2011: Fashion Experts Answer Ten Big Questions, Like ‘Why Does This Season Exist?’ Jason Wu, Cynthia Rowley, Tory Burch, Fern Mallis, and others put the burgeoning season into perspective.
Mickey Boardman Will Go Anywhere He’s Invited Because the alternative is not being invited at all.
Almodóvar & Madonna at the Broken Embraces Party Our party reporter touches the most famous woman in the world, and wonders whether she’s got an eye on a role in Pedro Almodóvar’s next film.
Dani Stahl Takes Credit for Proliferation of Pantslessness If you’re looking for someone to praise (or blame), this gal is ready and waiting.
Mr. Mickey Meets Mr. Alaïa and His Many Pets Mr. Mickey regales his readers with just who Azzedine’s bedfellows are. It’s strictly rated G.
Mickey Boardman Picks Up Cute Boys The ‘Paper’ magazine founder talks about dating in This Economy.
Once Perennially Late, Now Always on Time, Jacobs Still Makes a Statement Marc Jacobs has started his show punctually for three consecutive seasons. What does it mean?
Fab Life: Backstage at Derek Lam We went backstage to chat up the designer and his A-list fans.
Leigh Lezark and Arden Wohl Talk Politics at the Prada Party After our encounter with non-voting starlets at the Monique Lhuillier show yesterday morning, we were left with low expectations for the civic-mindedness of the fashion masses.
‘It Takes a Special Kind of Man to Want to Stick It in the Girl in the Philip Treacy Lobster Hat’ We came across a copy of Simon Doonan’s upcoming book, Eccentric Glamour: Creating an Insanely More Fabulous You, and even though it’s not coming out until April, we are going to tell you a little bit about it now, because it is kind of awesome. In it, Doonan interviews the insanely fabulous and the fabulously insane — everyone from Dita Von Teese to Malcolm Gladwell — about their unique personal styles. The book is “intended as a wake-up call to the women of America to eschew the contemporary porno-chic trend and inject a little classy eccentricity into their fashion choices,” Doonan wrote in the Observer last summer, and it’s more a rumination on what glamour is than the style manual the title implies, but if you use it as such, you might be lucky enough to end up like Amy Fine Collins, who says her fashion choices cause her to get lots of attention from “homeless, gay, black street people.” How fun is that? Just don’t try and take them with you to the Waverly Inn.