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CULTURE, FASHION, NYC / April 25 2012 2:03 PM

What to Wear & Where to Brunch in NYC

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Sunday brunch is a sacred time when the party animals roll out of the glittering gutter and throw major shade at a stuffed omelet, and toss back a mimosa and several Bloody Marys. Brunch is the silkiest hair of the dog and you’ve got to look your smoothest. Stumble on over to five of our favorite places to drink and munch on brunch, and theme yourself aprop. 

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CULTURE, FASHION, NYC / July 13 2011 4:24 PM

Cheap Eats & Outfit Splurges: Manhattan Lunch

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One of our favorite reads at FashionIndie, New York Magazine, just came out with its “Cheap Eats” issue, including 20 mouthwatering pages with the best food under $25 in New York City. Being in fashion and all, we frivolously spend most of our hard-earned cash on clothing and accessories. But that doesn’t mean we resort to street dogs and bad pizza (ewww). Over the course of three days, we will show you where you can get a cheap tasty bite while wearing the outfit you splurged on. Today, lunch in Manhattan.

Cheap Eats & Outfit Splurges: Manhattan Lunch

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FASHION / March 20 2009 1:00 PM

QUOTABLE: Cathy Horyn

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QUOTABLE: Cathy Horyn

‘The recession could turn out to make designers better designers.  Fashion houses, anticipating reduced orders, cut out the theatrics as they sought to appeal to a relatively new demand in luxury fashion: value.  By the end of the shows, retailers were praising the level of craft and fabric research — and complaining when it was obscured, as at Chanel, by French-maid ruffles. Out of necessity, a lot of designers put on smaller shows. It meant that they couldn’t flub a seam.” [NY Times]

LINKAGE: Fashionologie

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