André Leon Talley Curates ‘Little Black Dress’ Show in Savannah

Ralph Lauren Collection Fall 2011 black sable embroidered evening dress (butterfly). Photo: Adam Kuehl (Courtesy SCAD).

Audrey Hepburn wore one while munching on a croissant in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Grace Kelly wore one with a hot pearl necklace in To Catch a Thief. And Jackie Kennedy posed in one by Arnold Scaasi in ruby satin when her husband was still a senator of Massachusetts. We’re talking about the little black dress. And the sartorial sensation is finally getting the recognition it has long deserved, an exhibition in its honor curated by none other than Vogue contributing editor André Leon Talley. Read More

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Inside Gaga’s Workshop at Barneys

Barneys New York Launches Gaga's Workshop With Various Activities Throughout New York City

The Brazilian-born artist Eli Sudbrack was standing on 60th Street this morning, next to Lady Gaga’s mouth. A taxi zoomed by, painted green with purple and orange stars, and the artist chased it with a camera. When the thing stopped, he snapped a picture. Then Cary Leitzes, of Leitzes & Co., wrangled The Observer and Mr. Sudbrack. It was time to go in. But we wouldn’t be going through Gaga’s mouth. “We’ll go a different way,” she said. Read More