Ash Gupta 838 Media Group photographed Christine Davi. Hair and makeup by Gordon Banh and styling by Rita Burns.
Archive for September 2011
With Fashion’s Night Out happening everywhere around the country, I had a great evening on 5th Avenue in New York on September 9! Most of my time was spent at the luxurious Escada. Models pantomimed in the front window display, which garnered quite a lot of attention from passers by.
Supima Design Competiton September 8, 2011, During Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New York, Hosted by Rachel ZoeBy Kaylene Peoples | September 11th, 2011 | Category: Articles, Interviews and Reviews, Fashion | No Comments »
Celebrity stylist Rachael Zoe and Jesse Curlee of Supima hosted the finals of Supima’s fourth annual design competition at Lincoln Center September 8, 2011 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week. Among some of the judges were Coco Rocha and Charlotte Ronson. The lineup consisted of eight students from FIT, RISD, SCAD, and Pratt.
Richard Chai Thinks Outside the Box with LOVE PLUS MEN’S Spring 2012 Collection during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New YorkBy Kaylene Peoples | September 11th, 2011 | Category: Articles, Interviews and Reviews, Fashion, Runway | No Comments »
On September 8, 2011, Richard Chai’s Love + Men’s Spring 2012 collection was filled with layered separates and odd pairings. For her, short pleated skirt fronts worn apron-style over long pants.
Fatigues to Fabulous – Honoring Women Veterans at Lincoln Center September 8, 2011, During Mercedes Benz Fashion Week New YorkBy Kaylene Peoples | September 11th, 2011 | Category: Fashion, Human Interest | No Comments »
I always enjoy attending Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York and have consistently for the past several seasons, but never before have I been so moved as I was on September 8, 2011 at the South Courtyard at Lincoln Center. As I was in between shows (I just saw Richard Chai’s Spring 2012 collection) I discovered there was a presentation by the nonprofit Fatigues to Fabulous.
Sitting in the lobby of the people-friendly and pet-friendly Cypress Inn in Carmel, California, you can’t help but feel nostalgic for Doris Day. Although not physically present, her aura fills the halls and walls of this lovely hotel, which she co-owns, in downtown Carmel.
At 838MG, there’s never a shortage of models to choose from, and our goal with this column is to focus on potential. Our pick does not depend on how extensive a portfolio may be, and we never want anything that resembles something that’s been done before.
Have you ever noticed that you seem to gain the most weight when you are under considerable amounts of stress? How would you like to put an end to that and no longer have to deal with this pesky weight gain thing? The human body is an amazing machine and doesn’t put extra curves on your midsection to annoy you but to defend itself.
THE UNTELLING & UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS: Two Books with Main Characters that Deserve Pitying for Their Less than Honest PersonalitiesBy Lee Peoples | September 9th, 2011 | Category: Book Reviews, Fiction, Non-Fiction | No Comments »
Lately it seems I have a run on unsympathetic characters. Two books I’ve read recently—one fiction and one non-fiction—have main characters that deserve pitying for their less than honest personalities.