Being judged for your looks is no longer a punch line.
The Palm Beach pink-bannered Oscar de la Renta exhibition, currently on view at San Francisco’s de Young Museum, is but the latest in a series of the museum’s “blockbuster” fashion shows held in the below-ground special […]
MoMA’s Death is My Dance Partner celebrates film noir in post-war Argentina this month…Sundance Institute announces its 2016 Feature Film awards…Whit Stillman appropriately channels Jane Austen in his latest feature, Love & Friendship…the Divine Bette […]
I have read Mr. Cohen’s blog since it was first started; it captures a slice of that New York in which I grew up, that slice which included women d’un certain age who frequented galleries […]
Courtesy of Vogue. My favorite on the list: Elizabeth Taylor in Butterfield 8. Strong, feminine, posh, and a great way to open a film.