Marc Jacobs has made handbags with Richard Prince and Takashi Murakami, but for his Monday night runway show, he called on New York artist Rachel Feinstein, and the result was quite a sight: a fantastical Brothers Grimm-meets-Dr.-Seuss backdrop for the designer’s latest line.
According to Ms. Feinstein’s dealer, Marianne Boesky, the project came together in Read More
“Charles!” Tracey Emin said at her book signing last night, greeting Rizzoli publisher Charles Miers, who’d just pushed through the crowd that crammed every inch of the small store’s space. “It’s a nightmare! Nobody showed up!”
Bookmarc, Marc Jacobs’ West Village book store, could barely contain the patrons who clamored for Ms. Emin’s signature—her latest offering My Life in a Column (Rizzoli) is a collection of her weekly dispatches for The Independent. Drinks came in the form of bubbly canned Sofia brand wine from the Francis Ford Coppola Winery, with mini juicebox straws included.