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26 JUNE 2016

Bill Cunningham – The Grandfather of Street Style Photography Dies

This article was first published in 2002, The New York Times.  The author Bill Cunningham, a longtime Times photographer, died on Saturday. I STARTED photographing people on the street during World War II. I used a little box Brownie. Nothing too expensive. The problem is I’m not a good photographer. To be perfectly honest, I’m […]

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1 MAY 2016

London’s Answer to the Met Ball

By Imran Amed and Kate Abnett First seen on website. www.bof.com LONDON, United Kingdom — On the evening of December 5th, a vast, floodlit red carpet will transport many of the global fashion world’s most high-wattage figures up the grand staircase of London’s Royal Albert Hall to The Fashion Awards 2016, a newly christened annual […]

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12 AUGUST 2015

Harmattan Design – The Ultimate Man-Bag

In a saturated world of men’s accessories, one fledgling New York brand is creating a series of men’s bags in all shapes and sizes to accommodate the professional gentleman. The bags, named The Archer, Architect, Gentleman, Dreamer, and Traveler to name a few, are made from the finest Italian leather and nickel hardware. There are […]

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1 SEPTEMBER 2011

New York Fashion Week 2011

Yes it’s that time again and who is not excited?! The Spring 2012 Collections of the Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week are upon us and IMG Fashion announced its impressive lineup of designers showing their collections at Lincoln Center’s Damrosch Park from September 8th-15th 2011. Hundreds of thousands of fashion industry professionals, insiders and […]

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20 JUNE 2011

To Sock, or not to Sock.

In my hunt for the perfect shoe, I came across this article written by Chas Underwood the Third, and thought it hilarious. It’s not often that you’ll see us write something like this, but Chas has done an interesting job and it’s on a subject where there is a mighty debate about the MSP office. […]

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