Monthly Archives: October 2012

Saville Row and Sartorial Splendor

This autumn I apparently have tailoring on my mind.  It all started when my housemate got a new job.  Then she started sewing, so we had to, of course, go fabric shopping.  While I know there are many fine places … Continue reading

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Autumn in New York

New York is a beautiful state.  Since we live and work in New York City, it’s easy to forget that New York is a large and prosperous state with a lot of *trees* and acres that aren’t overpopulated,  crowded, or … Continue reading

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The Mighty Pen: Celebrating the work of fashion illustrator, Antonio Lopez

Long before the hyper, kinetic images of a David LaChappelle or the moody, sexy images of a Steven Meisel and long before photography became the dominant medium to communication fashion to the masses there was…the pad and the pen. Twenty-five years … Continue reading

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