Dominique Larue links up once again with D/Will to finish Seize the Day. “diem.” is a follow up to Miss Larue’s 2010’s “Carpe” and all she states in her interview with GrungeCake it’s her “favorite work to date.”
Because of my impulsiveness, I decided to wait until I was absolutely sure of what I felt about Appelsap before publishing raw thoughts, so I didn’t. I decided to write a whole new version, so I am fair in my report.
The New God is a book of portraits in progress, scheduled to be published in 2013. It is a portrait of a generation engaged in creating the future from nothing, emerging triumphant and beautiful from war and recession. The work portrays the spiritual and unstoppable face of my generation.
Image: Stephen Sullivan (WWD), Originally published via this link
Last night at 92Y, I listened to Michael Kors talk about his beginnings in the fashion business, his marriage to Lance LePere, working with celebrities and his start with reality television show “Project Runway”. With all mentioned and more than I was unable to catch, he believes that there is such thing as balance in the business and that one can truly have it all. I find him truly inspirational.
Michael Kors, born Karl Anderson Jr., grew up in suburban Long Island and worked at WWD, a magazine that he remembers on the newsstands in Merrick.
He sold his first sketches to his friend's father who owned UFO Jeans.
Kors recalled his friend's father “Can we buy those sketches?”
He bought the sketches and Kors was paid on the spot. He was just 16-years-old.
It really goes to show it is really about who you