Turns out it’s been a good month for TV. Admittedly, I don’t have cable in my apartment, so the only reference I’ll understand is the Glee/Adele mashup at regionals because I made the bar I was at change channels. I should probably just get one of those sweet DIRECTV deals, to be a good blogger and know what’s happening to all of the Kardashians, and Snooki (is that still going on?), and the Real Housewives of Wherever. But until I do, here’s what I’m kind of sad I missed in 2011 by not having DirecTV (and only know because of FashionIndie).
Vogue‘s leading ladies, Anna Wintour and Hamish Bowles took a stroll through the mag’s storied history with MTV VJ turned legitimate reporter Serena Altschul yesterday on CBS Sunday Morning.
Vogue‘s editrix-in-chic Anna Wintour and her gal Friday Hamish Bowles sat down with CBS Sunday Morning in anticipation of the magazine’s 120th anniversary, where they talked past covers, the new digital archive, and how Anna replaced models with celebrities over the years.
And that is the main career question you should be asking yourself. Only the most fabulous fashion peeps have a Fashimal, and we’re slightly obsessed with these hilariously clever doppelgängers. Including such famous industry heavy weights like Anna Wintour, André Leon Talley and Anna Dello Russo, we’re totally inspired to make our own FashionIndie Fashimals. Check out the gallery after the jump.
Tuesday night, we attended the loveliest cocktail party at the Roger Vivier Upper East Side store where the fall/winter “Uptown-Downtown” and limited-edition “Rendez-Vous” collections were on display. Creative director Bruno Frisoni wanted to infuse a rock ‘n roll feel into Rendez-Vous, and we are absolutely obsessing over it. Feast your eyes on the Swanned Sandal, the subject of today’s Shoe Envy, and discover why we’re coveting this collection.
If your Halloween is a plus one affair, add to the night’s hilarity with coupled offensiveness. Cross age lines, sex lines, religious lines, and general moral standings. There’s no caution tape here, so please proceed with reckless abandon. Trick and treat.
Marisa Berenson has led the kind of charmed, impossibly chic and devastatingly fashionable life that is all but impossible to replicate today. If only because charm, chicness and style are all but impossible to find today. Having lived her entire life in front of the camera — Marisa’s christening portrait appeared in Vogue and she covered Elle magazine with sister Berinthia “Berry” Berenson when she was five – guest editor and longtime friend Steven Meisel collected some of Berenson’s most iconic photographs, as well as personal pics of friends and families, in Rizzoli‘s goregous new tome, Marisa Berenson: A Life in Pictures (2011).