Advertisement




Featured Products

Betsey Johnson’s 68th-birthday bash

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Friday, 8/13/2010 4:39 PM
Blog
0 Comments

Betsey Johnson celebrated her 68th birthday at her SoHo boutique with the appropriate amount of fun and flirtation. “Ain’t it great to be 68?”

Read More at Sundance Channel...


“Inspired” photo show at Steven Kasher Gallery

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Friday, 7/16/2010 6:06 PM
Blog
0 Comments

There is nothing like a hot night in New York City and going to an opening of a summer group show, especially one that I was asked to be in. When the curator Beth DeWoody (one of her many, many hats) called me about contributing to “Inspired,” at the Steven Kasher Gallery, I could not have been more thrilled. The exhibition is a collection of contemporary imagery inspired by iconic photographs.

Read More at Sundance Channel...


Salvatore Ferragamo Attimo fragrance launch Party

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Tuesday, 7/6/2010 1:48 PM
Blog
0 Comments

Le Bain, the newly opened playground of André Balazs’s latest Standard Hotel in New York City’s Meatpacking District, was the setting for the launch of Ferragamo Parfums’ new Attimo fragrance.

Read More at Sundance Channel...


Edun’s new “Grow to Sew” collection at Barneys

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Friday, 6/11/2010 12:54 PM
Blog
0 Comments

Three of my favorite things — pizza, beer, and a fashion line with a charitable edge — all came together Wednesday night to launch Edun’s new “Grow to Sew” Collection at Barneys. “Grow to Sew” is “inspired by the vibrancy of South Africa,” with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting the Conservation Cotton Initiative (CCI) in Uganda, an organic-farming program created by Edun, the Wildlife Conservation Society, and Invisible Children to build sustainable organic-farming communities and provide a fair-trade market for their cotton. The collection mostly comprised the softest tees this side of the equator, the kind that become keepers in any girl’s wardrobe.

Read More at Sundance Channel...


American Folk Art Museum’s benefit with Patti Smith

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Monday, 5/24/2010 5:17 PM
Blog
0 Comments

The American Folk Art Museum benefit held at Espace celebrated the work of outsider artist Henry Darger (1892–1973) in honor of his birthday and the exhibition of his private collection, on view at the museum through September 2010.

Read More at Sundance Channel...


Tools for Thought

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Monday, 3/22/2010 9:44 AM
Blog
0 Comments

Readymades in the spirit of Duchamp and other works of art filled the fifth-floor gallery at Sotheby’s for the Tools for Thought benefit. The brainchild of Diana Campbell and Julie Ragolia, Tools for Thought gives artists the power to raise funds to rebuild Haiti through their gift of creativity.

Read More at Sundance Channel…


Sophie Theallet Fall 2010 Show

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Tuesday, 3/9/2010 2:45 PM
Fashion
0 Comments

Folklore and fairy tales were the theme at Sophie Theallet’s fall/winter 2010 show; the collection transported us far, far away, to a forest, perhaps, where a magical journey comes to life, capturing the feeling of when a girl puts on a pretty dress and turns into a princess.

Read More at Sundance Channel…


Rachel Roy collection

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Friday, 2/26/2010 3:59 PM
Fashion
0 Comments

Rachel Roy was my Valentine this year, not only because she is smart and beautiful but also because she has a really big heart. Cleopatra, the queen of the Nile, symbolically carried Roy’s fall/winter 2010 collection; Roy went to North Africa in her mind and unveiled a collection of moody, deep river hues cut with a sense of mystery and exoticism. If ever there were a strong woman who was Cleopatra in another life, it would be Roy. The runway was dabbled with sandalwood oil to complete the mood — talk about attention to detail.

Read More at Sundance Channel…


Heart Truth’s Red Dress Collection

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Monday, 2/15/2010 7:09 PM
Fashion
0 Comments

I got a “behind the seams” look at Heart Truth's Red Dress Collection, one of the big charity fashion shows during Fashion Week. Every year, the Red Dress Collection highlights heart disease, long thought of as mostly a men’s disease, by dressing up beautiful women in red dresses and having them walk the runway.

Read More at Sundance Channel…


Patrick McMullan: list of coolest things for Fashion Week and beyond

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Monday, 2/15/2010 7:03 PM
Blog
0 Comments

Editor Note: We asked Patrick McMullan to break from his traditional routine and give us an idea of what he’s looking forward to at New York Fashion Week. Below is his list of inspiring people, places and things.

Being on the scene for so many years has trained me to spot what’s cool or what’s about to be cool (or at least what I think is!). These are some of the things I have been seeing, doing, and shooting, or want to be seeing, doing, and shooting.

Read More at Sundance Channel…


Cynthia MacAdams and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders Gallery Opening

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Wednesday, 2/3/2010 5:24 PM
Blog
0 Comments

The scene was buzzing at the Steven Kasher Gallery for the opening of two photography shows, “Cynthia MacAdams: Feminist Portraits, 1974–1977” and “Timothy Greenfield-Sanders: Supermodels of the 70s and 80s.” It was girl power all around — both photographers show images that are striking for their candid strength and realness in our current polished world.

Read More at Sundance Channel…


Patti Smith and Steven Sebring: Objects of Life

By Patrick McMullan (as told to Anita Antonini)
Thursday, 1/14/2010 2:01 PM
Blog
0 Comments

The place to be on this cold January night was the Robert Miller Gallery, where Patti Smith and Steven Sebring were celebrating their collaborative exhibit, “Objects of Life.” The gallery space overflowed with photos, paintings, sculptures, and installation pieces; Sebring said there was a lot in back that they couldn’t even fit in.

Read More at Sundance Channel…


Page: << >>