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Tie one on.By Rebecca Ramsey
Tie one on.By Rebecca Ramsey
Dinklage loves scarves as much as Tyrion loves whores.By Jesse David Fox
Be ready for transitional weather with this geometric scarf.By Veronica Misako Gledhill
Hats, gloves, scarves, and more to keep the frost at bay.By Veronica Misako Gledhill
Loop, tie, and wrap them to transform your look.By Veronica Misako Gledhill
Skip the classic wool for a change.By Diana Tsui
Take her mix-and-match aesthetic for a spin.By Diana Tsui
New showrunner Joshua Safran knows where his priorities are.By Denise Martin
She likes to wear them around her neck, she likes to wear them as dresses, she likes to shoplift them ...By Chris Rovzar
Shopping on the go with Deborah Needleman, Helena Rubenstein's glorious acrylic bed, the intriguing pieces at Bernd Goeckler, and more.By Wendy Goodman
See a look back at this burgeoning fashion designer's most memorable sartorial moments.By Amy Odell
The season's hottest accessory? Scarves. And lots of them!By Sharon Clott
We sat down with the bassist to find out how exactly she made the move from Zombie to scarf designer.By Amina Akhtar
The Houston Rockets forward has teamed with some reputable D.J.'s, and we fear his work may be relevant.By Amos Barshad
See the new spring 2009 collections from Paris Fashion Week.By Amy Odell
Boots are $700, a skirt is $500, and a white button-down shirt is $1,050. But that's a lot less than they used to be.By Amy Odell
In the fifties, in the sleepy town in northern Sweden of Härjedalen, Gosta Olofsson produced about 1,000 scarves to celebrate this fair city. The scarves portrayed a small church, wooden huts, bears, flowers, and the coat of arms of Härjedalen. Cute! Now flash-forward to spring/summer '08: Marc Jacobs produces remarkably similar "mountain" bandannas to, um, celebrate the sleepy northern Swedish village of Härjedalen?
Guest of a Guest broke the story yesterday that Cordell Lochin thought be a partner in Serge Becker’s joints La Esquina, 205, and the Box will be sentenced on October 10 for importing more than 100 kilos of weed and dealing it in New York in 2004 and 2005. There’s been speculation that the August 24 raid of the Box and La Esquina was related to this, and we’ve heard rumors that Cordell was recently arrested again but the Box’s publicist, Nadine Johnson, tells us neither of these things are correct (a check with NYPD turned up no recent arrests). She also describes Cordell as a consultant and not a partner in the Box, as reported in a recent Observer profile and other places: “We had taken the decision to call him a partner, but he isn’t a real partner or employee for the Box or La Esquina.” Serge Becker did not know about Cordell’s past until ten days ago, when his case went to trial, Johnson says. She also issued an emphatic statement to Grub Street on behalf of Becker further disavowing Cordell’s ownership stake.
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