To most people, Lorre White is an international personality who regularly appears on television, radio and every conceivable form of digital media as “The Luxury Guru.” In this role, she shares her expertise about living a luxurious lifestyle to a mass audience. Her following is large and diverse, from royals and billionaires to those who […]
“I always have the feeling in these low states that something good is about to happen.
Vidal Sassoon was the legendary hair stylist who liberated a generation of women with his signature five point cut. In an interview last year, Sassoon told i-D “For over eighty years, I’ve led the most wonderful, exciting life. No one could have had a better experience going from where I started”.
Damien Hirst: On the Spot Wednesday, January 18, 2012 A rhinestone-wearing Damien Hirst explains the theory and thought behind his infamous spot paintings in the latest short from filmmaker Matt Black. The legendary British artist, made famous by submerging mammals in formaldehyde and creating jaw-droppingly expensive jewel-encrusted skulls, has become one of the most prolific and lucrative names in contemporary art
Since she left French Vogue, she has just gotten busier.
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If you catch Anna Dello Russo during New York fashion week (after elbowing your way past her hordes of street-style photographer fans), chances are you’ll find her in the latest ready-to-wear, sometimes ordered straight from the runway. So when word broke earlier last month that the stylist and Vogue Nippon editor collaborated with Macy’s for the INC line—she styled, offered trend suggestions, and served as a sort of creative ambassador for the line—our curiosity was piqued. Style.com started off the morning at the Mondrian Hotel, where we chatted with ADR on mass fashion, packing for fashion week, and why you won’t see her at late-night after-parties.
When it comes to the height of style in 1920’s America, F. Scott Fitzgerald was the man
“In a closed society where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is getting caught. In a world of thieves, the only final sin is stupidity.” Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas , Rolling Stone 1971