Monthly Archives: July 2019

Journalist Misses His Deadline on Manson Article. By 20 Years.

Tom O’Neill, the author of a new book about the Manson murders, finds that the accepted narrative of the crimes doesn’t quite add up.

Willy Chavarria’s House Music

Showing a full month after New York Fashion Week: Men’s, the designer makes a strong case for himself as an essential voice in men’s wear.

America’s Next Top Pool Float

Here’s a hint: Winter is coming, and it too will be good for Instagram.

They’re Mad as Hell

Among older women, anger is trending. In the time of #MeToo, their indignation is long overdue.

Danielle Bernstein, Onia Make It Official With Licensing Deal

The swimwear brand will be Bernstein’s production partner for her newly launched Shop We Wore What.

Met to Mount Karl Lagerfeld Exhibition in 2022: Sources

Andrew Bolton, head curator of the Met’s Costume Institute, is to conceive the showcase, according to sources.

EXCLUSIVE: Dior to Stage Runway Show for Men’s Pre-fall in Miami

Designer Kim Jones, who regularly collaborates with artists, will show his collection two days before the start of Art Basel Miami Beach.

Hunt Slonem Readies Home Collection for Bergdorf Goodman

The line includes tabletop items featuring his colorful prints derived from nature.

Rag & Bone Puts the Focus on Fit in Fall Initiatives

Bianca Balti was photographed using a 360-degree camera rig illustrating the company’s commitment to fit.

Is Africa Luxury’s Next Golden Continent?

The continent is experiencing a creative surge, and Bernard Arnault is among those paying attention.