BURGEONING COLOR TREND ALERT: As Outstandingly explained by Jane Herman for The Moment blog of The New York Times: “The top contender: green, and more specifically pale, mellow, minty green, introduced in the resort collections as a prelude to spring’s more pastel-centric palette (only a few months away). This green’s dustier renditions — as seen on the spring runway at Theyskens’ Theory — act similar to a khaki or olive green and can be worn as easily.”
From left to right: Yolanda Sacristan, Spain (seated); Kirstie Clements, Australia (middle); Anaita Adajania, India (back); Christiane Arp, Germany (seated); Angelica Cheung, China (standing); Franca Sozzani, Italy (seated); Mitsuko Watanabe, Japan (standing); Anna Wintour, U.S. (seated); Emmanuelle Alt, France (reclining); Alexandra Shulman, U.K. (seated); Victoria Davydova, Russia (standing); Anna Harvey, representing Brazil and Greece (seated); Seda Domanic, Turkey (seated); Myung Hee Lee, Korea (seated); Rosalie Huang,Taiwan (standing); Eva Hughes, Mexico and Latin America (standing), and Paula Mateus, Portugal (seated).
Inside Harry’s Bar, Venice. June 3, 2011, 22:23. An Excellent location.
Presenting Bright Bedroom and Large Therek, paintings by Les Rogers. Each work will be available on stretched canvas in a limited edition of 50 per size, with numbered certificate of authenticity signed by the artist beginning January 10, 2011 via Exhibition A, the members-only website that sells exclusive editions of artwork by top contemporary artists.
7/20/81: “I blew my cool all day—I hung up on a few people, but it’ll be good for their memoirs.” —Andy Warhol, The Warhol Diaries