I'm the critic-at-large for The Cut, at New York Magazine.

Fashion Brands Jockey to Create Their Own Oasis

nymag.com — Some 500 people jetted, drove, or helicoptered into Palm Springs on Wednesday for the Louis Vuitton cruise show, held in Bob and Dolores Hope's former home, a massive concrete affair designed by John Lautner that from a distance resembles a space ship, a volcano, or a clam wedged into a slaggy peak above the desert city.

Year of the Couturière

tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com — With the Chinese buying cars by the tens of thousands every week - big cars, too - and throwing up new buildings, driving in Beijing is no lark. It was an hour before Guo Pei and her husband, Cao Bao Jie, reached the headquarters of Rose Studio, their fashion company, on the city's north side.

3 Writers on Their Favorite CDG Shows -- The Cut

nymag.com — There's a new theme every day on It's Vintage. Read more articles on today's topic: Comme des Garçons. Rei Kawakubo's shows are uncommonly emotional experiences - from her raw, stirring Blood and Roses collection with its opera soundtrack, to this past season's mourning-inspired show, they're bound to evoke strong reactions.

Max Mara Hosts A Dinner To Celebrate The Whitney -- The Cut

nymag.com — Last night's party to officially open the new Whitney Museum began with a dinner for 80 and, inevitably, there were a few toasts. "I can hardly say who invented the building, honestly," said its architect Renzo Piano, noting that the project involved many long committed to the museum.

Tom Ford Gets Candid About His Years at Gucci

nymag.com — There's a new theme every day on It's Vintage. Read more articles on today's topic: Tom Ford at Gucci. In October 1994, the publicist for Gucci nearly begged journalists to attend Tom Ford's first women's show in Milan. Within a year, Ford would be hailed as "the most directional designer in Milan" for his sleek tailoring and retro '70s glamour.

Changing My Mind About Marc Jacobs’s Grunge Show -- The Cut

Behind Sam Shahid's Closed Doors

tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com — As an art director, Sam Shahid composes pictures that make you stop and look: a young couple, nude, on the back of an elephant; a tangle of men engaged in a game of sexual Twister.

The Power of Developing Technique Over Time

The Unexpected Joy of Encountering Modernity -- The Cut

Candor and Inspiration in the Fashion Landscape -- The Cut

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Jun 26, 2015

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May 27, 2015

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