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At Italian Vogue, a New Beginning

The New York Times

In January, not long after returning from his winter holiday, Emanuele Farneti, the 42-year-old editor of Italian GQ, was chatting with a media friend when the subject of Italian Vogue, the powerful fashion magazine whose revered longtime editor Franca Sozzani had died at age 66 the month before, came up. “They’ll just have to close it,” the friend said to Mr. Farneti. “No one is going to be able to follow her. There’s nobody.” Mr. Farneti made some noncommittal noises. Then he changed the subject. Because what his friend did not know was that he had already been offered — and accepted — the job. “I understood why she said it,” Mr. Farneti said dryly a few months later in the lobby of the Hôtel Costes in Paris, drinking a Coke. He was in the city for the couture shows and was wearing a Prada suit, Church’s shoes (Prada owns Church’s) — and a Swatch. “I wouldn’t have thought of me necessarily either,” he said. Yet on Friday, after seven months of staying relatively under the radar, Mr. Farneti will be the host of the biggest party of Milan Fashion Week, a 1,000-guest bash in the industrial space once used for Gucci’s shows. The former Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci is creative director of the event, called “The New Beginning” in celebration of, well, Mr. Farneti’s beginning, with Dante’s “The Divine Comedy” as the theme and performances by Sky Ferreira and Primal Scream, among…

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Fashion Review: Old Hollywood Vavoom Dominated on the Emmys Red Carpet

The New York Times

There is not much to rival the Emmys red carpet as a platform for self-branding. Television’s night of nights, once spurned by blue chip designers and their megastar clients as a dreary also-ran, has emerged to compete with the Oscars as a powerful contender in the image-boosting derby. A cannily chosen dress paraded in this annual tournament of chic can complement — or contradict — an actor’s screen persona, cement a reputation or reboot a career. “Some dresses are game changers,” said Nicole Chavez, who has prepped Scarlett Johansson and Catherine Zeta-Jones for red-carpet star turns. “Peopl…

Skin Deep: Have No Fear: It’s Just Eyeliner

The New York Times

Graphic eye makeup — electric blues, purples, greens — was all over the fall runways. The message: Color is not seasonal. Wear it liberally. Yet such supercharged colors are still intimidating to many of us. The makeup artist Nick Barose, whose clients include Priyanka Chopra and Tessa Thompson, has been playing with brights for years. Mr. Barose goes for it most notably when working with Lupita Nyong’o. The watercolor palette he devised for the actress for this year’s Met Gala was dramatic, yet felt carefree. “The color is the drama, so I keep the skin as natural as I can,” Mr. Barose said. S…

This apron is fancier than your work clothes

New York Post

Chef-turned-food stylist Mariana Velasquez designed her apron without strings or ties.Mariana Velasquez Chef-turned-food stylist Mariana Velasquez had one minor gripe about cooking in high-end restaurants: She couldn’t express herself through fashion. “You show up to work, and you change into chef’s whites,” she says of her roles at dining destinations such as Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, Calif. “You sort of lose part of your identity by having a uniform.” So when Velasquez got out of the kitchen and into the studio — now living in NYC, she’s worked on more than 20 cookbooks and styled the li…

People are planning their burial outfits to be stylish when dead

New York Post

Nothing says “I control my own destiny” like planning the outfit you’re going to be buried in. But everlasting style no longer means stuffy, buttoned frocks or stiff suits. Comfort is currently all the rage when it comes to eternal resting attire. “When I first started, everybody was buried in suits and dresses,” Caleb Wilde, a funeral director and author of “Confessions of a Funeral Director: How the Business of Death Saved My Life,” told Racked. Wilde said he’s seen a huge shift in what the deceased are buried in since his career began almost 15 years ago. More people are now choo…

Donald Glover, the Only Dressed Man in Hollywood

The New York Times

If there’s one thing television has taught us — there better be at least one thing! — it’s that men live in terror of being seen. “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Big Little Lies,” “Insecure”: these praised shows are all about the horrors of men. “The Night Of” and “The Crown” and even the award-winning San Junipero episode of “Black Mirror” go further, and are about the fear of erasure and the destruction of men, in the very specific and in the abstract. Poor Prince Philip, forced into a cuckolded life of hunting, racing and general day-to-day colonialism. Emmys 2017 Coverage Check out our live …