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Billy Reid

  1. sustainable fashion
    Is This Small Town the Future of Ethical Fashion?How Florence, Alabama became a home for sustainably sourced clothing.
  2. let's get weir
    Johnny Weir Continues to Look FantasticMaking the USA proud, one bombastic blazer at a time.
  3. show and tell
    Video: Billy Reid’s Muse Is ‘An Incredible Hostess’“She would have these incredible, dramatic dresses with flowing volume.”
  4. a rare post on sports
    Exclusive First Look: See the CFDA’s Collection for the New York MetsDesigned by Billy Reid, Loomstate, Yigal Azrouël, and Shipley & Halmos.
  5. collaboration station
    EBay to Introduce Holiday Collective on November 12With gifts designed by Billy Reid, Chris Benz, Fallon, Jonathan Adler, Ruffian, Steven Alan, and Tibi.
  6. cfd-haaaay!
    Video: Red Carpet at the 2012 CFDA AwardsPlus: Zac Posen and Crystal Renn, Erin Wasson, Busy Philipps, and more.
  7. cfd-haaaaay!
    The Olsens Won the CFDA Award for WomenswearAlso, Grace Coddington apparently has a thing for chicken salad on toast.
  8. wintour wonderland
    So How Was Anna Wintour’s Fashion Week?Those revolving doors can be tough, you know.
  9. fashion week preview
    Fashion Week Preview: 99 Designers Reveal Their Fall 2012 InspirationsSee what Yigal Azrouel, Altuzarra, Betsey Johnson, Band of Outsiders, and many more will send down their runways at New York Fashion Week.
  10. 'tis the season
    Twenty-Seven Designers Share Adorable Holiday Photos and TraditionsSee Cynthia Rowley pick out a tree with her family, Mulberry’s Emma Hill make a snow angel, and the Vena Cava ladies as children.
  11. Strange Bedfellows
    Craft Clothes: Dogfish Head Teaming Up With Designer Billy ReidThey’re making T-shirts together, not beer.
  12. people who won money and prizes
    How Billy Reid Is Spending His $300,000 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund PrizeIt’s boring, but don’t you want to know anyway?
  13. party lines
    Karlie Kloss at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards.Carey Mulligan, Mary-Louise Parker, Jason Wu, and other fashion elite came out to celebrate the seventh annual awards ceremony.
  14. people who won money and prizes
    Billy Reid Won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Prize, Which Is $100,000 Bigger This YearRunners-up were Prabal Gurung and Eddie Borgo.
  15. people who might win money
    Karl Lagerfeld Will Crown This Year’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund WinnerJust in case the nominees weren’t excited enough already.
  16. best bets
    Best Bet: Billy Reid X Stetson HatsJust-rugged-enough headwear by an iconic hat brand.
  17. (capsule) new york
    Slideshow: 24 Things to Love at (capsule) New YorkThe designers reveal the one piece they’re most excited about for spring 2011.
  18. spring 2011
    New Spring Collections: Rodarte, Vera Wang, Narciso Rodriguez, and More!See runway photos, backstage, front row, and more!
  19. man made
    Billy Reid Inspired by Super Bowl, Oil Spill, Old-School Levi’sWe caught up with the ‘GQ’ Menswear Designer of the Year at last night’s presentation.
  20. trendlet
    Slideshow: 30 Cozy Collegiate CardigansThe best bets for guys and girls from Billy Reid, Sonia Rykiel, the Brooklyn Circus, and more.
  21. fashion's night out
    Where to Be on Fashion’s Night OutEighteen can’t-miss spots for shopping, drinking, elbow-rubbing, and generally proving to your Midwestern friends how cool New York is.
  22. people who might win money
    CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists Include Joseph Altuzarra and Prabal GurungAlso, Christian Cota and Eddie Borgo.
  23. The Great Outdoors
    Big Apple Barbecuer MoonlightsWant to try some ’cue worthy of the Big Apple BBQ Block Party without braving the crowds this weekend?
  24. loose threads
    Carolina Herrera Won’t Be Confused With Zara; Jean Paul Gaultier Makes Plastic ShoesAlso, some sweaters in the VPL show were made with human hair.
  25. party report
    Steven Alan Officially ‘Bored’ of Plaid“People are not working on boats anymore.”
  26. loose threads
    Gisele Had a Water Birth; Michelle Obama’s State of the Union Dress Retails for $1,850Also, Alexander Wang plans to plaster downtown with posters.
  27. tastemakers
    Michael Williams Loves Workwear and WhiskeyThe blogger behind AContinuousLean.com discusses his disheveled style, avoids “the F-word.”
  28. let's party
    Isaac Mizrahi Will Perform a Cabaret Act at Bergdorf for Fashion’s Night OutWhile Rachel Roy teams up with Estelle, the New Museum joins Derek Lam, and other wacky new friendships form.
  29. how the west was shopped
    Billy Reid Hosts Vintage Pop-up Shop Starting TomorrowOne Trip Pass, a collection of Americana, clothing, and accessories collected on a ten-week road trip, opens tomorrow.
  30. mantasies
    Hey Men, Boutiques Want to Get You Liquored UpAnd it’s totally unfair for us women.
  31. buyer's guide
    Belts, Bags, and Bourbon at Billy ReidThe store offers a little southern asylum on Bond Street. And an open bar.
  32. leak of the week
    The Hives’ New Album Is the Second-Best Album Leaked All DayEarlier today we chastised Britney Spears for failing to show up for a recording session with Pharrell Williams, but it turns out she might’ve had the right idea after all.
  33. intel
    The Royalton: New Pillows and a Poison Pill? Onetime epicenter of cool, the Royalton Hotel, reopens next week after a sweeping redesign aimed at recapturing the film, fashion, and media elite who once swelled its halls. The relaunch has been plagued with misfortune so far, including the resignation of Morgans Hotel group CEO Ed Sheetz after the death of his girlfriend. The week Sheetz resigned, a Morgan Stanley analyst wrote to clients noting that it was difficult to advise they put “fresh money” into Morgans, which also runs New York’s Morgans and Hudson Hotels, Miami’s famed Delano, and L.A.’s Mondrian, given the economy and debt related to construction of new Vegas properties. Now, the latest news is that Morgans took the unusual step last week of adopting a “poison pill” stock structure that shields the company, largely credited with inventing the chic boutique hotel concept, against a hostile takeover.
  34. cover story
    Britney’s Real Album Cover Is Worse Than All the Fake Album Covers We SawBlackout!
  35. party lines
    Jack and Suzy Welch Envy Each Other Last night moguls and media types gathered to celebrate the revamp of Business Week. Henry Kissinger, Dylan Lauren, Atoosa Rubenstein, and Alexis Stewart (Martha’s daughter) all rallied at Guastavino’s to toast editor-in-chief Stephen Adler. Michael Eisner praised the redesign and then got down to business with us about — what else? — the Fox Business Network.”When you have Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes doing a project, you can’t discount it,” he told us. “So I suspect it will be competitive and successful.” Eisner reminded us that he has his own show on CNBC, a network he thinks is “pretty entrenched and well done.” “I think it will be a long time before they’re taken over the way CNN was taken over by Fox News,” he said. “It’s not really analogous.”
  36. agenda
    Show premiere forces us to actually watch VH1We don’t mean to disparage any runners-up for Flava Flav’s affection, but we’re more excited for Salt-N-Pepa’s reality show than anything else on VH1.
  37. art candy
    Nope, This Is Not Pete DohertySomething about this still from Karen Yasinsky’s animated short Jean & Juliette screams Pete Doherty (The hat? The pastiness? The ability to score with girls way out of his league?), but, alas, Yasinsky’s sources are slightly more dated.
  38. neighborhood watch
    Car Canoeing in Queens!Brooklyn Heights: So the Coen brothers think they can disrupt the whole neighborhood for a month with their George Clooney film shoot and then make it up by donating to some community groups? We all know what the locals really wanted were backrubs from George. [Brooklyn Eagle] Chelsea: Twenty-nine years ago today, Nancy Spungeon was bludgeoned (by Sid Vicious?) in the Chelsea Hotel’s Room 100 … an anniversary the inn’s new corporate management likely won’t be fêting. [Living With Legends] Cobble Hill: We hope the new owner of that building who tried to evict those two elderly sisters is happy now. Tragically, one’s dead, and, more tragically, the other moved to Jersey. [Curbed] Corona: There’s a lot of Dominican families here named Corona, but that’s just a coincidence … as is anyone here getting wasted on Corona beer. [Junction Blvd] Greenpoint: Locals learn the hard way that if they want to instantly stop noisy after-hours construction, it’s better to call the cops than the DEP. Uh … duh? [Newyorkshitty] Maspeth: Manhattanites won’t complain about a few curbside puddles when they see these videos of cars swimming through the streets of Queens yesterday. Eau-trageous! [Queens Crap] Upper East Side: Unless those raccoons blocking your path as you run around the Central Park reservoir are foaming at the mouth, the Parks Department doesn’t want to hear about it. [UES Informer]
  39. Neighborhood Watch
    Plate of Pig Liver Silences Bruni in Nolita; ‘Top Chef’ Contestant’sAstoria: Coffee and desserts are available at Tell Astorya Cafe on 28th Avenue during events including Friday’s Independent Film nights and afternoon jazz on Saturday. [Joey in Astoria] Clinton Hill: Former Top Chefer Josie Smith-Malave has named her restaurant on Waverly and Greene Speakeasy. [Clinton Hill Blog] East Village: The food-feature documentary King Corn opens today at Cinema Village. [Cakehead] Flatiron: Centro Vinoteca’s Anne Burrell, Heather Carlucci-Rodriguez of Lassi, and Dos Caminos chef Ivy Stark will be cooking for next Thursday’s benefit for Women Chefs & Restaurateurs at the Prince George Ballroom. [Gothamist] Greenwich Village: Gray’s Papaya on 8th Street has endorsed Bloomberg for president because “he talks the talk, and he’ll walk the walk.” [Blog Chelsea] Nolita: Frank Bruni is actually at a loss for words to describe a favorite dish that Frank DeCarlo serves at Peasant: “the suckling pig liver will fascinate you because it tastes so very much like other liver you’ve had and yet … and yet … different, but in ways that are tough to pinpoint.” [Diner’s Journal/NYT]