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Led by collector-restaurateur (and now artist) Michael and his
formidable wife, Eva, the Chow family inhabits the intersection of art,
fashion, and celebrity. Horacio Silva explains why the stylish clan is
more relevant than ever.
Ever since Moschino’s hijinks in the mid-eighties—un-PC stunts that involved models crawling down the runway on all fours or carrying watermelons and kettles as handbags—designers have been committed to turning their presentations into provocative media spectacles—and not al
Silva takes a look back at some of the most delicious fashion feuds,
foibles, and face-offs in W’s history.
Some gowns, like Gwyneth Paltrow’s pink Ralph Lauren number at the 1999 Oscars, can launch an emerging star into the stratosphere. Others can leave them crashing and burning. Here, a look at some of the most memorable sartorial blockbusters and bombs.
Peter Marino is hell-bent on making his mark. Horacio Silva talks shop
with the architect extraordinaire.
Buenos Aires continues to be the capital of cool. Horacio Silva discovers a vibrant scene of nightlife, art, and design.