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

Raf Simons Takes Over Calvin Klein

nymag.com — Today, the Calvin Klein company confirmed Raf Simons as their new chief creative officer, ending months of speculation. In June, Calvin Klein himself all but announced on a radio show that Simons, the former women's designer at Dior, was headed to New York.

Alexander McQueen, Designer, Is Dead at 40

nytimes.com — Alexander McQueen, the renegade British fashion designer known for producing some of the most provocative collections of the last two decades, was found dead on Thursday morning in his London home, the police there said. He was 40.

Evelyn H. Lauder, Champion of Breast Cancer Research, Dies at 75

nytimes.com — Evelyn H. Lauder, a refugee of Nazi-occupied Europe who married into an illustrious family in the beauty business and became an ardent advocate for breast cancer awareness, raising millions for research, died on Saturday at her home in Manhattan. She was 75. The cause was nongenetic ovarian cancer, said Alexandra Trower, a spokeswoman for the Estée Lauder Companies.

Peach Preserves Recipe - NYT Cooking

cooking.nytimes.com — This is a quick preserve, a classic accompaniment to hot biscuits or perfectly browned toast, but it adds a juicy flair to vanilla ice cream It's also an easy one and doesn't require you to fool around with the rigors of canning, although your jars should be clean, of course The preserves should last about two weeks, refrigerated

10 5-Star Recipes for Peach Season

Remembering Bill Cunningham

nytimes.com — Whether you were photographed just once by Bill Cunningham, or hundreds of times like favored subjects Anna Wintour, Iris Apfel and Alexandra Lebenthal, it was an experience not to be forgotten. Here, some memories from people who found themselves of the other side of the lens from Mr. Cunningham.

Cathy Horyn on the Legacy of Bill Cunningham -- The Cut

nymag.com — Over the summer of 2002, a bunch of us in the "Styles" department at the worked on a special section devoted to Bill Cunningham. The directive, and possibly the idea itself, had come from Howell Raines, the executive editor at the time. And it came as a surprise.

Folha de S.Paulo

www1.folha.uol.com.br — Ele chamava mulheres crescidas de "criança", e usava o termo "muffin" para se referir aos seus amigos jovens. Bill Cunningham era presença habitual nas ruas de Nova York há 50 anos. Paris e Londres também o conheciam.

What It Was Like to Be Photographed by Bill Cunningham

nytimes.com — I met Bill in 1967, when I opened my store, Abracadabra, and he was working for The Chicago Tribune. My idea was to introduce designers who were sewing at home and put them in a retail space. Quite a few went on to very good careers, including Willi Smith.

Vetements Collaboration Includes 18 Big Brands -- The Cut

nymag.com — Next Sunday, when Vetements holds its spring show in Paris - at the Galeries Lafayette department store - the cultish brand will have a little help from its friends. Eighteen different brands, ranging from Levi's and Hanes to Manolo Blahnik and Juicy Couture, will produce the entire Vetements collection.
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Aug 18, 2016

RT @Peter_Obrien: #TBT again Rochas A/W 1996 at Hotel Costes Nadege in chocolate chenille lace encrusted on mousseline https://t.co/H3xkx41PQH

Aug 10, 2016

RT @TyMontgomery2: Thanks for the ride to practice Levi! The green and gold looks on ya big guy! #GoPackGo https://t.co/K5xMNbRKLy

Aug 06, 2016

Strawberry picker Babysitter Ice cream scooper Chambermaid Pizza maker Reader to a blind person Copy girl #first7jobs

Aug 02, 2016

RT @stellabugbee: We launched a new series called WOMEN WITH HAIR. Perhaps you know a woman with hair who might enjoy it.  http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/08/curly-hair-coconut-oil.html 


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