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James Coviello

  1. first look
    First Look: Club Monaco’s Luxe Winter CollectionSee a slideshow of standout pieces for holiday parties and beyond.
  2. openings
    James Coviello Sets Up Shop on the Lower East SideA first look at the designer’s new shop.
  3. new york rundown
    Color Rules for Fashion Week’s Top Painted FacesJust as the runways predict a burst of color this fall, beauty is no different. It was a season of pure spectacle.
  4. three's a trend
    This Fall, Your Lips Will Look Like RaspberriesLine your pucker with the burgundy matte hue at Charlotte Ronson or the glossier version at Erin Fetherston.
  5. fashion week diary
    Lynn Yaeger: Recession Fashion Is Medieval Nuns in Glitter TunicsVeteran fashion critic Lynn Yaeger will be blogging for us during this week of weeks. This is her first dispatch.
  6. show & tell
    James Coviello Proves Fashion Shows and West Village Townhouses Don’t MixCharming concept, frustrating execution.
  7. three is a trend
    Sheer GeniusThe season’s big trend? Showing some skin. Get ready to bare it all.
  8. model tracker
    Meet the New Girl: Joan SmallsThis versatile face has rocked the runways for newbie designers and is the face of Ports 1961. Did we mention that Ricky Martin video?
  9. three is a trend
    Birds of a FeatherThough feathers were a major fall trend last year, this season plumes have flown up into hats.
  10. agenda
    ‘The Midnight Choir’ delivers the killer, then the body.This novel starts with a twist: The Gardaí (Irish cops) have their mad, blood-soaked killer; they just have to sort out whom he killed.
  11. art candy
    Artist Frederick Mershimer Actually Makes the F Train Look Good, For OnceSure, the results seem slightly dated, but any medium that keeps the F train looking quaint and pristine, as it does in the above image, is fine by us.
  12. in other news
    James Truman Leaves MacBain, Hasn’t Heard From Si, and Will Stay in New YorkJames Truman, the Condé Nast wunderkind who rose to become Si’s second-ever editorial director and then resigned at the start of 2005 after Newhouse said no to his pet project, an art magazine, resigned today from his job as editorial director of Louise MacBain’s LTB Media, a publisher of art magazines, which he joined about a year ago and where he recently launched a travel mag for well-off aesthetes, Culture + Travel. “I was never going to do it long-term,” Truman told the New York Observer, which broke the news this morning. “The project interested me because I tried so long to get an art magazine at Condé Nast.” New York’s Carl Swanson — who has written about Truman’s Condé Nast departure and his LTB arrival — checked in with him this afternoon for some elaboration.