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When someone mentions Azzedine Alaïa, I think of the scene in Clueless when Cher gets mugged and doesn't want to ruin her gorgeous Alaïa dress because he is a "totally important designer". Lately, Alaïa's been all over fashion news for turning down Dior and slamming Karl Lagerfeld and Vogue editrix Anna Wintour. How could you not like the rebel? More»
Recently crowned Miss USA 2011, Alyssa Campanella is young, beautiful and has a ton of pageant crowns. But she's a bit different from the rest of typical crop of beauty queens. We don't know if its her ginger locks, the fact that she's a Jersey girl or that she's a self-proclaimed history geek, but there's something very edgy about this girl. More»
It seems like she has it all. After over a decade of modeling, Anja Rubik has become one of the highest earning high-fashion models in the industry. She's been featured in a video game, over a dozen different magazine covers and is engaged to longtime boyfriend, model Sasha Knezevic. More»
At last night's Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Awards, Marc Jacobs was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award. While he isn't the youngest designer to receive this, at just 48 he is definitely going down as one of fashion's greats. We can't help but give homage to one of our favorite designers. More»
Huguette Marcel Clark, the youngest daughter of former US Senator, William Andrew Clark, was born June 9, 1906 and died yesterday at the age of 104. A partying socialite in her younger years, mystery clouded her later life as she turned into a doll hoarding recluse involved in a scandal concerning her $500 million fortune. More»
Proof that with a raw talent, fresh aesthetics, and some savvy social media networking, it's possible to generate enough blog buzz to make a grassroots project an instant hit. Is Kreayshawn the new Rebbecca Black or is she something more legitimate? More»
Sunday, May 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.