How To Deal With A 'People Vs. O.J. Simpson' Hangover
A postmortem on Reed Krakoff's short-lived tenure at Coach; Saint Laurent hogs the headlines again; and Donald Trump isn't just crying "degenerate" this election cycle.
Creative director of J.W. Anderson and Loewe; responsible for lending a similarly irreverent touch to both his eponymous label and the 170-year-old Spanish brand. Manga on the runway.
Chairman emeritus of the Whitney Museum; namesake of its new Renzo Piano-designed home in the Meatpacking district. That’s what you get for contributing $131 million to the building, we suppose.
Star of Starz’s new Steven Soderbergh series The Girlfriend Experience; heir apparent to Sasha Grey.
Vanity Fair answers a question everyone might have forgotten about: Whatever happened to Reed Krakoff? Apparently, it might have something to do with Kohl’s.
Can’t leave well enough alone. In its third consecutive day taking up headlines, the label wipes its entire Instagram history, purportedly to leave a “blank slate” for new creative director Anthony Vaccarello. The spurned-lover look isn’t cute on Saint Laurent.
Apparent dead-ringer for Robert Kardashian; star of The People vs. O.J. Simpson, the first season of the new anthology series American Crime Story, which wrapped last night.
Current frontrunner for the Republican presidential candidacy, whose history of crying “degeneracy” isn’t just directed at his opponents.
Current Ad Week cover star — who just called out the publication for its less-than-subtle touch with the the airbrush tool.