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Oversized sweaters offer cozy, comfortable option for cold

Oversized sweaters offer cozy, comfortable option for cold

November 6, 2013
Filed under FEATURES

When it’s cold and gray outside, there’s nothing better than lazing around in a soft, warm sweater. Thanks to some covetable pieces from the fall and winter 2013 ready-to-wear collections — like Saint Laurent’s popular, celebrity-approved oversized star sweater and Chanel’s colorful, woven... Read more »

Annual ‘Flurry’ ice skating event attracts larger crowds

Annual ‘Flurry’ ice skating event attracts larger crowds

November 6, 2013
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  Wollman Rink, located in a scenic area of Central Park, was reserved for NYU and filled with students skating to the latest pop hits, mingling with other students and snacked on candy apples and ice cream. The Inter-Residence Hall Council held their sixth annual Flurry event on Tuesday, Nov. 5... Read more »

Prepare for sample sales to avoid craze

Prepare for sample sales to avoid craze

October 9, 2013
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For lovers of fashion, samples sales can be both the best and the most frustrating experience. With so many showrooms and warehouses in New York City, sample sales offer shoppers great ways to score high-end products at cheaper prices. Be prepared so you can make the most of upcoming sample sales and f... Read more »

Zang Toi Spring/Summer 2014

Zang Toi Spring/Summer 2014

September 11, 2013
Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Fashion Week

As the lights dim, swift ballet dancer Cory Stearns floats down the runway to dramatic music, jumping, plié-ing, and completely capturing the audience’s attention. The dancer quickly disappears from sight, and the first model, dressed in a black and navy gown, makes her way down the runway ami... Read more »

Met Features 19th Century Fashion

Met Features 19th Century Fashion

May 1, 2013
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Sunday at the Met Program” is a great resource for museum lovers who want to learn more about the exhibitions on display. Recently, the Met organized a series of short, 20-minute talks and a panel discussion featuring curators, professors and experts on fashion a... Read more »

Grey Art Gallery displays artist’s eclectic, multidisciplinary work

Grey Art Gallery displays artist’s eclectic, multidisciplinary work

April 29, 2013
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Visitors to museums and galleries are presented with finished, polished works of art. Less often do they see the work and planning that go into each finished piece. The Grey Art Gallery’s current exhibition, “Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating,” offers a rare glimpse into the inner workings and im... Read more »

FRINGE: Inspiration drawn from film

FRINGE: Inspiration drawn from film

April 18, 2013
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The worlds of cinema and fashion have always been inseparable. The most iconic film images today (think Audrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” or Marilyn Monroe in “The Seven Year Itch”) revolve just as much around the fashion as the stars themselves. Throughout history filmm... Read more »

DIY: create your own newsprint iPhone case

DIY: create your own newsprint iPhone case

March 11, 2013
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Transform a plain plastic iPhone case into a trendy, decoupage-style newspaper cover with a few craft supplies and dorm room materials. Follow these steps to create a DIY iPhone cover in under an hour without breaking the bank. Materials: – Hard plastic iPhone case (surface should be flat) – Newspaper – Mod Podge or any kind of liqui... Read more »

Artist creates Lego art for new In Pieces exhibit

Artist creates Lego art for new In Pieces exhibit

March 10, 2013
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Click for more photos from the In Pieces exhibit. For contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya, who graduated from the NYU School of Law in 1998, Lego bricks are much more than toys. In his latest exhibit In Pieces, a collaboration with Australian hyperrealist photographer Dean West, Sawaya works to ... Read more »

‘Fotogramas’ exhibit displays Spanish magazine

‘Fotogramas’ exhibit displays Spanish magazine

February 14, 2013
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For people living in Spain in the’40s and ’50s, cinema quickly became much more than a few hours of leisurely fun. The “Fotogramas” exhibit on display at the King Juan Carlos I Center, which opened Tuesday, explores the significance of cinema for Spaniards who lived in a decade under a severely oppressive Franco dictatorship at the end of a b... Read more »

Bibhu Mohapatra Fall/Winter 2013

Bibhu Mohapatra Fall/Winter 2013

February 13, 2013
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Click the photo for more looks from Bibhu Mohapatra. Consistent with his past collections of glittering evening wear and luxurious furs, Bibhu Mohapatra’s new collection for Fall/Winter 2013 proved even more impeccable and decadent than his last. Inspired by the photography of Man Ray and his muses, ... Read more »

Katie Gallagher Fall/Winter 2013

Katie Gallagher Fall/Winter 2013

February 8, 2013
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Click the photo for more looks from Katie Gallagher. Black has always been the signature color of the fashion world, especially in New York City. In her Fall/Winter 2013 collection, designer Katie Gallagher put a unique and fantastical spin on the stereotypical black-on-black New Yorker style. The collec... Read more »

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