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Daniel Vosovic

  1. loose threads
    Lord & Taylor Will Stay Open on ThanksgivingPlus, Kate Moss wears Louis Vuitton’s Yayoi Kusama collection for Jalouse magazine.
  2. q&a
    Daniel Vosovic on the CFDA Incubator“Watch us have a conversation a year from now and I’m bankrupt, you know?”
  3. talent scout
    The CFDA Incubator’s Second Class Is Now in SessionThe designers opened their doors to the public yesterday.
  4. model tracker
    Tinsley Mortimer Is Thursday’s Top ModelThe socialite opened for the spring 2011 Richie Rich show.
  5. under the influence
    Daniel Vosovic’s Dirt Runway Only Natural for Nature-Inspired CollectionDid we mention it was also inspired by a postcoital Elizabeth Taylor?
  6. spring 2011
    New Spring Collections: Richie Rich, Rachel Comey, Vena Cava, and More!Browse hundreds of photos in our runway galleries.
  7. fashion week preview
    Slideshow: 100 Designers Reveal Their Spring 2011 InspirationsIncluding Alexander Wang, Thakoon, Vena Cava, Phillip Lim, Mulberry, and rag & bone.
  8. party lines
    Daniel Vosovic Approached Gabourey Sidibe’s StylistHe wants to create a fashion moment with someone who’s not a sample size.
  9. diversity issues
    Daniel Vosovic Struggled to Find Fifteen Asian Models to Cast in His ShowHe wanted an all-Asian cast but had a hard time getting one.
  10. designers to watch
    The Hit List: Designers to WatchThese six designers are the ones to keep your eyes on this season.
  11. first looks
    Exclusive: Daniel Vosovic’s Full Spring CollectionAnd he thinks ‘Project Runway: All-Star Challenge’ was a “mindfuck.”
  12. make it work
    Daniel Vosovic, Santino Rice, Jeffrey Sebelia to Return for Project Runway: All-Star ChallengeAnd to think Jeffrey actually won this show once before.
  13. make it work
    Project Runway Is Planning an All-star ChallengeThis is probably a bad idea.
  14. q&a
    Daniel Vosovic on His Namesake Line, Project Runway, and Tea With Tim GunnThe ‘Project Runway’ season-two finalist will launch his namesake line in February 2010.
  15. slave for britney
    Richie Rich and Daniel Vosovic Unite for Britney SpearsThey’re judging the “Britney Spears Biggest Fan Contest” in Times Square the night before her album drops.
  16. first looks
    Inside ‘Project Runway’ Alum Daniel Vosovic’s New Fashion Book’Fashion Inside Out: Daniel V’s Guide to How Style Happens From Inspiration to Runway and Beyond’ drops today.
  17. show & tell
    Celebs and Alumni Pick Their Winner at ‘Project Runway’ FinaleEvery year we wonder: Is this when people stop caring about Project Runway? Judging from the clamor in and around the tents this morning (we could hear them shouting, “Rami! Rami!” from a block away), we believe the answer is no.
  18. NewsFeed
    Joe Ng Triumphs Over General TsoIn January, dim-sum aficionados reveled in the news that Joe Ng, the city’s top dim-sum man, was being promoted to executive chef of Chinatown Brasserie. Indeed, we named Ng’s creations the best in the city. Now the cook has introduced a new lunch menu centered on his delicate Cantonese-style work. The dim sum (beef and scallion buns, lobster-tail tempura, fried lobster-and-cream-cheese sticks) is complemented by a number of light dishes (wok-fried noodles, udon omelettes, and various kinds of soup noodles). If you’re still hankering for the heavier dishes they were serving at lunch, you can get them by special request. But as far we’re concerned, the new menu is all you need to know. Chinatown Brasserie lunch menu [Menus]
  19. in other news
    Yet Another Way You Can Screw Up Your Kids No doubt because the day-care workers are praising them too much. Poor Behavior Is Linked to Time in Day Care [NYT] How Not to Talk to Your Kids [NYM]
  20. User's Guide
    Seder Gets Spicy!Happening as they do at Uncle Marty’s and in church basements, Seder meals aren’t usually known for being very tasty. But if you’re not worried about the meal being kosher — we won’t say anything to Marty — you can go out and have an Italian, Mexican, or even Indian Passover celebration. Here’s where to go.
  21. intel
    ‘Radar’ Finds a Permanent(ish) Home Back in October, the Observer reported that third-time’s-the-charm Radar magazine was thisclose to moving into a permanent office. And it wasn’t just any office; the space near Columbus Circle was home to Esquire until the new Hearst Tower opened. “I think it’s all but signed,” Radar editor Maer Roshan said at the time, noting that old Esquire posters still dotted the walls and that the space came with “the apparatus of making magazines.” But he also told Off the Record reporter Michael Calderone that he wasn’t taking the space in an attempt to ape the venerable men’s mag’s success: “I’m a great fan of Esquire, but it didn’t really play a role in our decision.” And a good thing, too, judging from the mass e-mail just arrived from Radar senior writer Jeff Bercovici.
  22. intel
    New Park Slope Parents Site Prepares Families for Lactation, Preschool, DeathLook up “inevitable” in any online dictionary, and you’ll now find a link to the newly overhauled Park Slope Parents Website, parkslopeparents.org, a just-gussied-up HTML outgrowth of the popular listserv and “The Ultimate Destination for Those Rockin’ the Brooklyn Bugaboo.” (Actually, the real tagline is “Your resource for raising children in Park Slope, Brooklyn,” but you can consider this our official entry.) So what does online child-rearing in an overpriced, overfetishized sector of an outer borough entail? We went to the “Sneak Peek Week” site to find out.