Caitlin Macy lives on the Upper East Side.The author of “Spoiled” explores subtleties of privilege and the failure and rejection in the waning days of the Second Gilded Age.
Monthly Archives: February 2009
A red hot ale is prepared at L’Ecole at the French Culinary Institute.At L’Ecole, the student-run restaurant at the French Culinary Institute in SoHo, it seems like they’re mixing drinks with a light saber.
College grads are no longer the majority at job fairs as baby boomers are forced to start from scratch.
Frida Giannini was inspired by Tina Chow and “a glittering, glamorous time, when going out was a way of life.” But refinement, not so much.
Rosella Jardini kicked things off for Moschino with a series of witty all-navy numbers.
Dundas’s first collection for Pucci showcased new clothes of the sexy, party girl variety.
Pop Art references showed up in psychedelic graffiti prints on skinny jeans and micro dresses.
For Bottega Veneta, Thomas Maier proposed a lovely and ladylike collection with a range of appealing dresses, in neutrals or shades of grape and lilac.