Month: January 2018

DEMOCRATS WEAR BLACK TO SUPPORT TIME’S UP AT TRUMP’S STATE OF THE UNION

On the evening of January 30th, 2018, Donald Trump gave his first State of the Union address at the United States Capitol. His speech, which emphasized an "America First" mindset and attempted to unite Democrats and Republicans with this rhetoric, was met with boisterous applause from the right and silence from the left. The starkest…

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FOLLOWING DYLAN FARROW’S CBS INTERVIEW, DIANE KEATON STANDS BY WOODY ALLEN

On January 16th, Dylan Farrow gave her first television interview on "CBS This Morning" detailing her longstanding sexual abuse allegations against her father, director Woody Allen. The first allegations came to light in 1992, when Farrow was seven-years-old. In 2014, Farrow wrote an open letter detailing the abuse following Allen's Oscar nomination for "Blue Jasmine." Now,…

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ICP GETS POLITICAL WITH NEW EXHIBITIONS

Edmund Clark: The Day the Music Died Then They Came For Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II Both through May 6th, 2018 ICP Museum: 250 Bowery, New York City The International Center for Photography has two new recently-opened exhibitions on view, both exploring politically relevant subject matter. The first, "Edmund Clark: The…

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FASHION’S NEW ARRIVALS, DEPARTURES & SHAKE-UPS

With Fall 2018 fashion week imminent, men's collections underway and Couture Week completed, design houses have announced major changes and shake-ups. Read on for the lowdown! Hedi Slimane to Céline Since Phoebe Philo's departure from Céline in December, there has been much speculation over the brand's future. Fans, fret no more: last week, luxury conglomerate LVMH…

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NEW BOOK ‘DIOR IMAGES: PAOLO ROVERSI’ CELEBRATES HOUSE’S ARCHIVE

  Fashion history lovers, rejoice: on February 20th, Rizzoli will release "Dior Images: Paolo Roversi," a volume of photographs from publications including British Vogue, Vogue Paris, and W that spotlight creations by Dior's line of artistic directors Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons, and Maria Grazia Chiuri. The book celebrates the maison's 70th anniversary and features exclusive photographs by Paolo Roversi…

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ROSE MCGOWAN’S MEMOIR ‘BRAVE’ CONFRONTS ABUSE OF POWER IN HOLLYWOOD

Released this morning, Rose McGowan's memoir "Brave" is a deeply personal, no-holds-barred look at the rampant abuse of power by men in Hollywood. The book delves into McGowan's allegations against Harvey Weinstein, including an incident in 1997 that McGowan had not previously gone into detail about. The actress writes that at Sundance Film Festival that…

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LONDON FASHION WEEK FALL 2018: GET THE SCHEDULE

Immediately following New York Fashion Week, the industry's elite will migrate to London from February 16th to 20th for the next round of designers' Fall 2018 collections. This year, most events will be held at the BFC Show Space—but of course, most show locations are only revealed on invitations sent out to insiders. After London…

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2018 GRAMMY AWARDS CONTINUES TIME’S UP CONVERSATION

The Grammys, known for its outrageous red carpet fashion and flashy performances, was a more somber affair this year. Typically over-the-top stars such as Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus wore black on the red carpet, perhaps a nod to the dress code at the Golden Globes honoring Time's Up. Many nominees incorporated white roses into…

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RETROSPECTIVE ‘AZZEDINE ALAÏA: JE SUIS COUTURIER’ PAYS TRIBUTE TO LATE DESIGNER

Azzedine Alaïa: Je Suis Couturier Until June 10th, 2018 Association Azzedine Alaïa: 18 rue de la Verriere, Paris  An exhibition of 41 dresses by the late Azzedine Alaïa has opened in Paris at the designer's showroom, the location of his last couture show. The retrospective was organized by the Association Azzedine Alaïa, a nonprofit founded in…

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UP CLOSE WITH HALE APPLEMAN, THE HIGH KING OF FILLORY

Off screen, Hale Appleman, who plays Eliot Waugh on "The Magicians," is curious, observant and open. You feel you’re in the presence of a man who follows his instincts, knows what he wants and passionately goes for it. Whether with his acting or music, he doesn't disappoint. And just like Eliot, there’s much more to Hale…

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WOMEN’S MARCH 2018: HUGE TURNOUT FOR SECOND YEAR OF PROTESTS

One year after the first Women's March stormed Washington D.C., Los Angeles and New York City, thousands of protestors continued to support equal rights at the second annual wave of rallies and marches in major cities across the United States last weekend. Mayor Bill DeBlasio reported a turnout of 200,000 in New York City, and…

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LARRY NASSAR, FORMER OLYMPIC DOCTOR, SENTENCED TO 40-175 YEARS

Larry Nassar, former doctor for the American gymnastics team, has been sentenced to 40 to 175 years in federal prison for sexually abusing scores of patients, among them Olympic gold medalists Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas and Simone Biles. The sentence comes after a seven-day trial in which over 150 young women testified about the abuse…

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STANDOUT LOOKS FROM COUTURE WEEK SPRING 2018

Couture Week takes place twice a year every January and July in Paris. With the Spring 2018 Haute Couture shows afoot, the runway has played host to collections resplendent with rich fabrics and sculptural silhouettes, many inspired by intellectual subject matters like the surrealist movement. Read on for highlights from the collections thus far. Christian…

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SMOKIN’ WINTER BEAUTY WITH EMILY WICKERSHAM

Emily Wickersham, AKA Ellie Bishop on NCIS, whirled into New York City for a press tour. The show just kicked back into gear after a hiatus, so tune in! Before Emily jetted back to Los Angeles for filming duties, we were able to snap a few pictures. Wickersham has the most enviable eyebrows, radiant skin…

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THE ACADEMY ANNOUNCES 2018 OSCAR NOMINEES

The 90th Academy Awards, set for March 4th, 2018, will see the buzziest stars of the past year take the stage for the movie industry's most prestigious award ceremony. The Academy has just released this year's nominees, with favorites "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," "Dunkirk," and "The Shape of Water" in the lead. Read on…

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RED CARPET HITS FROM THE 2018 SAG AWARDS

Last night, Hollywood's biggest stars hit the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles for the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, a ceremony industry insiders consider a predictive pre-cursor to the Oscars, set to air on March 4th. Though some actors stuck to Golden Globes' black dress code in support of Time's Up, most opted for…

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FRIEZE NEW YORK ANNOUNCES 2018 AGENDA

  Frieze New York 2018 May 4 - 6, 2018 Randall’s Island Park, New York Featuring more than 190 galleries from 30 countries, the seventh edition of Frieze has announced its 2018 exhibitors and programming. Returning to Randall's Island, the fair will showcase the world's most significant artists and galleries as well as expanded programming…

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GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN HAS ENDED, BUT CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS MAY REMAIN AFFECTED

Donald Trump's government shutdown began at midnight on January 20th, 2018 after Congress failed to agree on legislation to appropriate funding to government operations and agencies. The last shutdown occurred in October 2013 during the Obama administration and lasted 16 days. After a three-day standoff, Senate Democrats and Republicans agreed to pass a spending bill…

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THE PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW BY AIPAD RETURNS TO PIER 94 ON APRIL 5TH

The Photography Show, presented by AIPAD April 5th - April 8th, 2018 Pier 94: 711 12th Avenue, New York One of the world's most important and longest running annual photography fairs, The Photography Show (organized by AIPAD, the Association of International Photography Art Dealers) will return to New York City for its 38th edition. AIPAD…

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