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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Profile in Style In 1981, the designer launched his first runway collection at a neighborhood nightclub; now, at 52, he’s contemplating his next move. ByKate Guadagnino May 10, 2018 “My parents were clotheshorses,” says the New York-born fashion designer Andre Walker, remembering the wide-lapeled sport coats his father would import from the London tailor Cecil Gee. Walker shared their interest from a young age, poring over his mother’s issues of W magazine and selling his own designs — hand-painted T-shirts and repurposed medical scrubs promoting his imaginary band, “Jimmy Sick and the Anemics” — on the streets of Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, when he was just 13. Two years later, in 1981, Walker launched his first runway collection of androgynous shifts and jackets at the neighborhood … [Read more...] about The Eclectic Tastes of Andre Walker
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Pursuits If you happen to be in Yorkshire for the Kettlewell Scarecrow Festival this August, don’t be surprised if you run into a few familiar straw-stuffed figures. ByMark Vanhoenacker May 1, 2018 As an airline pilot and writer, I’ve been all around the world — to the skyscraper-forests of Shanghai, the grand museums of Cairo and the epic sands of the Kalahari. But what I’ve been telling friends recently is this: If you’re anywhere in Britain this August then run, don’t walk, to the Kettlewell Scarecrow Festival in Yorkshire. Kettlewell, with its friendly residents, neat houses huddled together as if for warmth, and atmospheric pubs offering local ales and real fires, is as cozy and welcoming as the surrounding landscape of the Yorkshire Dales is awe-inspiring. Looming beyond every narrow … [Read more...] about In an English Village, a Gathering of Scarecrows
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by As Meghan Markle steps onto the global stage, she has the potential to change the perception of fashion brands, the royal family and much more. ByVanessa Friedman April 25, 2018 On Wednesday night Meghan Markle finally walked down the wedding aisle, resplendent in a lacy, sparkling white dress. It was, of course, the “Suits” season finale, and she was marrying her on-show fiancé. But it was also a mere three weeks or so before Ms. Markle herself — biracial American, now former actress, divorcée, United Nations women’s advocate — will walk down the aisle in Windsor Castle to to marry her real fiancé, Prince Harry (beloved royal soldier and hell raiser turned mental health activist). That made for a digital frenzy about what may be coming, which is only going to grow as the days wind … [Read more...] about The Biggest Influencer of All?
By Mike Allen (@mikeallen; [email protected]) and Daniel Lippman (@dlippman; [email protected]) Good Saturday morning. The 141st Preakness Stakes is tonight; post time is 6:45 p.m.Story Continued Below DRIVING THE WEEK: Obama departs at 12:55 p.m. for a week in Vietnam and Japan (16,000 miles, per AP) – “Obama’s Asian nuclear nightmare: Fueled by Trump's rhetoric and North Korea’s threats, Japan and South Korea are eyeing nuclear weapons of their own,” by Michael Crowley: “Obama’s visit next Friday to Hiroshima, which was incinerated by a U.S. atomic bomb in August 1945, will promote a message diametrically opposite from Trump’s. ‘It’s an opportunity to focus the world’s attention on the need to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and seek a world without them,’ said deputy national adviser Ben Rhodes. ... “[A]fter the Iran deal averted what Obama predicted would be a nuclear arms race in the Middle … [Read more...] about POLLS SHOW ‘TRUMP BUMP’: Republicans come home — TRUMP STAFF one-tenth the size of Clinton’s – SANDERS outraises Clinton — UN may get first woman leader — OBAMA LEAVES today for Vietnam, Hiroshima