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2 0 best of t he CI t y 1 2 From fashion to food, New York City boasts the best of everything. There is going to be an embarrassment of riches in 2012, and we’re here to help you sort through the wealth. By the editors, with Lauren DeCarlo, Katie Kiefner and Tim McKeough site to see DESIGNER of the MOMENT Awards? Since launching in 2009, his clothes have garnered praise and devoted fans (utility jackets from his fall 2011 collection sold out on net-a-porter.com the day they went on sale). “The fall/winter fashion show was a turning point,” says Altuzarra. “We showed the industry that we had grown up.” Not bad for a guy who didn’t even study fashion—he was an art history major at Swarthmore College. “I’m afraid of not living up to expectations,” he admits. “I think about it often, and it motivates me to work harder.” 96 | | Jan/Feb 2012 Joseph altuzarra by aaron woJack Was anyone surprised when Joseph Altuzarra pocketed the $300,000 top prize at the CFDA/ Vogue Fashion
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From Fashion To Food, New York City Boasts The Best Of Everything. There Is Going To Be An Embarrassment Of Riches In 2012, And We're Here To Help You Sort Through The Wealth.<br /> <br /> DESIGNER Of The MOMENT<br /> <br /> Was Anyone Surprised When Joseph Altuzarra Pocketed The $300,000 Top Prize At The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Awards? Since Launching In 2009, His Clothes Have Garnered Praise And Devoted Fans (Utility Jackets From His Fall 2011 Collection Sold Out On Net-A-Porter.Com The Day They Went On Sale). "The Fall/Winter Fashion Show Was A Turning Point," Says Altuzarra. "We Showed The Industry That We Had Grown Up." Not Bad For A Guy Who Didn't Even Study Fashion-He Was An Art History Major At Swarthmore College. "I'm Afraid Of Not Living Up To Expectations," He Admits. "I Think About It Often, And It Motivates Me To Work Harder."<br /> <br /> Design<br /> <br /> Although It's Only Just Launched, The Website Dering Hall Is Being Hailed In The Interior-Design World As The 1stdibs.Com Of Contemporary (Not Vintage) Furniture. Scan Dozens Of Designers And Hundreds Of Lamps, Sofas, Chairs And Tables From The World's Best Artisans. Deringhall.Com<br /> <br /> Wine<br /> <br /> SIP, SNIFF And SWALLOW<br /> <br /> Matt Franco's Greenwich Village Shop MCF Rare Wine Is Filled With 100 Or So Hand-Selected Bottles, From A $9 Vylyan Zweigelt Villany To A $549 Red-Label Riserva By Giacosa, An Oft-Forgotten Vintage For Which Collectors Go Gaga. But If You Simply Need A Hearty Red For That Steak Au Poivre You Just Whipped Up, He's Got That Too. 237 W. 13th St., 212.25.8870<br /> <br /> Scholarly EXCURSIONS<br /> <br /> Skip The Slopes This Year And Go Somewhere You' Ll Actually Remember.<br /> <br /> Before You Confirm The Cabin For The Annual Getaway, Consider A Destination Slightly Off The Beaten Path. Soane Travels-Named For The Influential English Architect Of The 18th And Early 19th Centuries-Has A Roster Of Trips That Soane Himself Would Surely Book. In January They're Off To Cuba For "An Insider's View Of Architecture And The Arts," Where A Handful Of Distinguished Experts Will Show You The Most Extraordinary Sights On The Island.In September 2012, They're Heading To North Wales And The English Counties Of Shropshire And Staff Ordshire To Explore The Most Gorgeous Houses In Britain. So While Everyone Else Is Skiing The Same Old Slopes, You'll Be A World Away.Soanetravels.Com<br /> <br /> Furniture<br /> <br /> Baugh DOWN<br /> <br /> In 1975, Moderndesign Great Milo Baughman Created The Ultimate Thinking Man's Chair: The T-Back. It Borrows A Little From An Office Chair, With The Connecting T Stem, But Doesn't Feel Clinical Or Literal-We Imagine John Currin Lounging In One Before Painting His Wife As A Wide-Eyed Nymphet Doing Something Lewd.With Oversight From Thayer Coggin-The Exclusive Manufacturer Of Baughman's Work-DWR Has Brought The Lounge Chair Back Into Production, Utilizing Polished Steel And Chesterfield Leather Upholstery. It's At Once Comfortable, Minimal And Never Over-Designed.$3,500. DWR, 110 Greene St.,212. 475.5331<br /> <br /> Interiors<br /> <br /> Show MAN<br /> <br /> When The Rich And Famous Need Their Fifth Avenue Penthouse Or Floorthrough Tribeca Loft Furnished, The Very First Stop Is Often Ralph Pucci.<br /> <br /> Although Certainly Not New To The Scene-He Opened His West 18th Street Location In 1992- Pucci Continues To Be The Showroom To Debut Designers With Stupefying Talent. "I Look For The Craft, For The Hand Of The Artist In Everything We Do Here," Says Pucci. New To His Stable Are Dana Barnes, A Fiber Artist Who Makes Enormous Wall Coverings And Rugs From Yarn, And Jim Zivic, Whose Industrial Hammock Can Be Yours For A Mere $40,000. Ralphpucci.Net<br /> <br /> Boutiques<br /> <br /> On Madison Avenue<br /> <br /> 1. Fabergé<br /> <br /> Those Storied Bejeweled Eggs Are Back This Spring At No. 684, The Firstever U. S. Boutique For The Legendary Brand.<br /> <br /> 2. Valentino<br /> <br /> The Italian Luxury Brand Vacated No. 747 And Temporarily Moved To The Loews Regency Hotel, But Valentino Plans To Head Back To The Avenue In Early 2012.<br /> <br /> 3. Alice + Olivia<br /> <br /> Stacey Bendet Expands Her Empire To The Upper East Side At No. 755. It Houses Ready-To-Wear, Accessories And The Kids Collections, As Well As A Vintage Section.<br /> <br /> 4. Ladurée<br /> <br /> They Created The World's First Macaron, And When This French Institution Opened Late Last Summer, It Created An Almondpaste Frenzy At No. 864.<br /> <br /> 5. Céline<br /> <br /> When Dior Left No. 870, The Windows Were Suddenly Plastered With Imagery From Céline, The French Luxury Line. Look For The Doors To Open In Early 2012.<br /> <br /> 6. Milly At No. 900, Michelle Smith's First Stateside Boutique Showcases Ready-To-Wear, Accessories, Jewelry, A Jewelbox- Sized Bridal Section And Her Kid's Line, Mini Milly.<br /> <br /> Men's Style<br /> <br /> Downtown<br /> <br /> For Guys Who Aren't Shy About Wearing Pastel-Pink Suede Loafers Or Tie-Dyed Sports Coats, Jay Kos Has Become A Mecca Of Sorts For Its Slightly Out-Ofthe- Box Designs.For Almost A Decade The Shop Sat On Park Avenue, But Six Months Ago It Migrated South To A Befittingly Hip 1,300-Square-Foot Emporium. Drinks And Cigars Are Available, So Pull Up A Chair And Stay A While. 293 Mott St., 212.319.2770<br /> <br /> Uptown<br /> <br /> In The Final Days Of 2011, Watch Lovers Around The World Held Their Collective Breath For The Release Of F.P. Journe's Centigraphe S, The World's First All-Aluminum Wristwatch. It Didn't Disappoint. It's Sleek, Virtually Weightless And Will Set You Back $57,000. Right Now You Can Only Get Your Hands On It At The Madison Avenue Boutique.721 Madison Ave.,212. 644.5918<br /> <br /> Culinary How-To<br /> <br /> Book Report<br /> <br /> Ever Wonder What Jean-Georges Vongerichten Whips Up When He's Off The Clock?<br /> <br /> Home Cooking With Jean-Georges (Clarkson Potter, $40) Should Provide Some Insight.You'll Drool Over The 100 Recipes And Color Photos, Especially The Crab Toasts With Sriracha Mayonnaise.<br /> <br /> Eleven Madison Park Is Coming Off A Very Good Year. Michelin Gave It Two More Stars And The New York Times Awarded It Four. In Eleven Madison Park: The Cookbook, (Little, Brown, $31) Chef Daniel Humm's Complex Recipes Are For Pros-Intraining- Potato Ice Cream With Créme Fraîche And Osetra Caviar, Anyone?<br /> <br /> If You While Away Saturdays At Eataly And Dine Regularly At Lupa, You'll Eat Up Mario Batali's Ninth Cookbook, Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals From My Home To Yours (Ecco, $30).Recipes Are Sorted By Month, Ensuring The Availability Of The Best Seasonal Ingredients.<br /> <br /> Art<br /> <br /> Exhibitionisms<br /> <br /> Wall Street Protesters Might Want To Occupy Moma Come February 15, When The Museum Debuts Foreclosed: Rehousing The American Dream.The Exhibit Examines How Urban Policy, Landscape Design, Engineering And Social Sciences Are Conspiring To End The Fantasy Of Suburbia.<br /> <br /> Galleries<br /> <br /> GONE To Hell<br /> <br /> Art Galleries Are Popping Up In Fringe Enclaves Across Town-The Question Is, Will The People Come?<br /> <br /> Daniele Balice, Alexander Hertling And David Lewis, Who've Just Opened The Balice Hertling & Lewis Gallery In Hell's Kitchen, Aren't Worried. "We Like The Idea Of Surrounding The Art With A Different Kind Of Landscape And Energy," Says Lewis (Above Right), An American Art Critic Who Met Balice (Above Left) And Hertling In Paris. "Hell's Kitchen Is Not Yet A Cynical Neighborhood. It's Vibrant And Urban In An Almost Neutral Way." Their Roster Currently Includes Artists Such As Charles Mayton, Mary Beth Edelson And Greg Parma Smith. Neil Beloufa, A French Video Artist And Sculptor, Will Show In The Spring. 630 Ninth Ave., 212.837.1066<br /> <br /> Bathing Beauties<br /> <br /> Designers Alexander Wang And Chris Benz Dip Their Toes Into Swimwear.<br /> <br /> Thanks To Great Fashion Arbiters Such As Lady Gaga And Daphne Guinness, Pretty Much Anything Goes These Days. So When Alexander Wang Said He Was Launching Swimwear That He Views As A Layering Piece, The Idea Of Wearing A Bikini Under A Cardigan Didn't Seem Too Far-Fetched. Wang Knows Fit, So His Sporty Pieces Don't Budge Or Bulk-They Look Fabulous On Their Own Or Worn Under A Mesh Top, As Seen During His Resort 2012 Preview. Alexanderwang.Com<br /> <br /> Chris Benz's Maillots (Pictured At Right) Stole The Spotlight In His Resort Collection- And For Good Reason. The Colorsplattered Suits Perfectly Accented The Mixed Patterns And Colorblocking In His Bermuda Shorts And Abstract Leopard Skirts. Skip The Cover-Up This Season. You Won't Need It. Chris-Benz.Com<br /> <br /> Food<br /> <br /> COUNTER Culture<br /> <br /> Capitalizing On Their Darling Status In The Foodie World, Rich Torrisi And Mario Carbone Of Torrisi Italian Specialties Have Opened Parm Next Door. The Deli, Open Now For Lunch And Dinner, Serves Classics Like Chicken Parm, Sausage-And-Peppers And Baked Ziti, As Well As Old-School Neapolitan Ice Cream Cake. 248 Mulberry St., 212.993.7189<br /> <br /> Summer Gala<br /> <br /> Gathering Of The ELITE<br /> <br /> Every Summer Manhattan's Well-Heeled Make The Pilgrimage Out East For Three Months Of Summery Bliss-And An Impossibly Stacked Social Calendar.Forget The Rest And RSVP To The Only One That Matters, The Annual Watermill Summer Benefit. Founded By The Artist Robert Wilson, The Center Raises More Than $1 Million In A Single Night, With Proceeds Going Toward Its Year-Round Artist Residency And Education Programs. Guests Like Sharon Stone, Alec Baldwin And Eric Ripert Always Attend. Shouldn't You? Tickets Available At Watermillcenter.Org.<br /> <br /> Nightlife<br /> <br /> BUBBLE Boys<br /> <br /> Speakeasies? So Yesterday. Nostalgia's Wheel Keeps Turning: We're In The '40s Now, A Time Of Glitz And Glam When Café Society Tossed Its Tumblers For Slim Flutes Of Champagne.<br /> <br /> To Relive That Spirited Age, Head To Winston's, A New Champagne Bar At The Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel. Opened By Nightlife Impresarios Michael Satsky And Brian Gefter, Winston's Doesn't Shroud Its Upper-Crust Trappings Behind Unmarked Doors Or Secret Passwords.This Is A Proud Temple Of Extravagance, From Its Canaryyellow Piano To The Mahogany Tables And Cut-Crystal Chillers (And Of Course, The Bottles To Fill Them). The Manageable Menu Took A Year To Assemble, And Includes Jaw-Droppers Like A $13,500 Bottle Of Krug Clos De Mesnil 1979. But, Says Gefter, "It's Not The Price That Makes You Go 'Wow.' For The Collector It's, 'Wow, How The Hell Do They Have That?'" 420 Park Ave. South, 212.929.9070<br /> <br /> It Girl<br /> <br /> Face In The Industry Within One Year Of Being Discovered At Musicfest SXSW, Ashley Smith Has Already Graced The Pages Of W, Vogue And The New York Times' T Magazine. This Spring, She's The Official Face Of The T By Alexander Wang Campaign. The 20-Year-Old Draws Apt Comparisons To Lara Stone And Lindsey Wixson For Her Puffy Lips, Gap Teeth And Un-Model-Like Bust, But Unlike Them, She's Got The Fashion Industry On Its Knees.<br /> <br /> Beauty<br /> <br /> SO Shady<br /> <br /> When Tom Ford Appeared At Bergdorf Goodman In Late 2011 To Introduce His Beauty Line, He Racked Up $52,000 In Sales In A Single Night. One Of The Big Sellers Was The Vampy, Chocolate-Brown Nail Lacquer Called Bitter Bitch, But The Paints Were On Everyone's Lips: Ford Took The 12 Most Universally Flattering Colors, Reimagined Them And Added Moisturizing Murumuru Butter And Soja Seed To Create The Most Luxurious Shades On The Planet. Tomford.Com<br /> <br /> Foot Notes<br /> <br /> Heels In Mepa<br /> <br /> Lovers Of Nicholas Kirkwood's Vertiginous Footwear Will Have To Grow Accustomed To Wobbling On Cobblestones When The British Designer Opens His First Freestanding Boutique In The Meatpacking District In Early 2012. The 1,572-Squarefoot Shop Will Sit Directly Opposite The New Whitney Museum Of Art (Slated To Open In 2015), But There's No Word Yet On Whether It Will Stock His Exclusive Collaborations For Labels Like Rodarte, Erdem And Prabal Gurung. 807 Washington St.<br /> <br /> Beauty<br /> <br /> Manicure Master<br /> <br /> NYC Fashion Doyennes Such As Linda Fargo And Helen Lee Schifter Can Be Spotted At The Exclusive, By-Recommendation-Only Nail Spa On The Upper East Side. But 90th Street Is Too Much Of A Trek For Timepressed Downtowners Who Can't Be Bothered To Make The Schlep. Enter Mani/Pedi Guru Erika Manterola, A Beloved Nail Spa Aesthetician Who Has Ventured Out On Her Own To Do House Calls For Her Legion Of Loyal Followers, Which Includes Media Personalities, Discerning Celebs And A Smattering Of Socialites. Manicure/ Pedicure From $120, Erikamanterola8@Aol.Com<br /> <br /> Outdoors<br /> <br /> GOING With The WIND<br /> <br /> Love 'Em Or Hate 'Em, Bicycle Lanes Have Invaded Manhattan. While The City Has Created More Than 200 Bike-Lane Miles In All Five Boroughs In Just Three Years, It's Only The Beginning: By 2030 The City Will Be Covered In More Than 1,800 Miles Of Cycle-Friendly Paths.Some Of The Greatest Developments Have Been On Routes Leading To The Farthest Reaches Of This Island. When Bicycle Weather Hits, Pedal Up To The Cloisters (Pictured Above) In Fort Tryon Park; Hop On The Hudson River Greenway, The Most Heavily Used Bikeway In The Country, And You'll Get There Quickly And Safely. It Beats Sitting In Traffic.<br /> <br /> Culture<br /> <br /> Theater As Spectacle<br /> <br /> Boosted By A $3 Million Gift From The Diller-Von Furstenberg Family Foundation, The Signature Theatre Company Will Be Transformed By Frank Gehry Into The Signature Center, Opening In February. The 70,000-Square-Foot Complex Houses Three Intimate Theaters, A Rehearsal Studio, A Public Café And A Bookstore, Giving You Plenty Of Reason To Return To The Stage. Signaturetheatre.Org<br /> <br /> Men's Accessory<br /> <br /> POCKET-SIZED Art<br /> <br /> Coach And Hugo Guinness Partner On A New Line Of Leather Goods.<br /> <br /> Luxury Brands Have Long Collaborated With Artists (Louis Vuitton/Takashi Murakami, Dior/Anselm Reyle, Pringle Of Scotland/Liam Gillick), Partnerships That Continue To Yield Inventive Designs Coveted By Collectors And Consumers. Coach Has Commissioned Londonborn, Brooklyn-Based Artist Hugo Guinness To Translate His Wood-Block Carvings To Wallets, Totes And Other Small Leather Goods-Even Playing Cards. In February, Look For Four New Designs Exclusive To Coach: The NYC Coffee Cup, Sunglasses, The Key Ring And A Ticking Stripe. 370 Bleecker St., 212.243.3612<br /> <br /> Jewelry<br /> <br /> Object Of Your Affection<br /> <br /> Design Enthusiasts Already Have Sight Unseen Bookmarked For Its Profiles And Behindthe- Scenes Access To Creative Types. Want To See Spanish Designer Nacho Carbonell Making Paella? It's Here. Need A Tour Of The Hendrick's Gin Factory In Girvan, Scotland? No Problem.Now The Website Has Added An Online Shop Stocked With Oneof- A Kind, Handmade Accessories By Artists From Around The Globe. It's A World Away From Your Local Department Store's Jewelry-Display Case.Sightunseen.Com<br /> <br /> Grand Opening<br /> <br /> The New Kid On The BLOCK<br /> <br /> It's Not Every Day That A 26-Year-Old Takes Over An Entire Townhouse To Open Her First Boutique. Perhaps That's Why There's Been So Much Attention On Fivestory, Claire Distenfeld's Luxury Retail Destination-Despite The Fact That It Hasn't Opened Yet. Word On The Street Is It's NYC's Version Of The Ultra-Hip Colette. "The Comparison Is Humbling," Says Distenfeld. It's Also Apt: She'll Stock Art, Ready-To-Wear, Jewelry And Home Décor Pieces From Designers Not Yet On Your Radar. "It's A Haven For Unique Products That Will Enhance Creativity And Individuality And Break Molds," She Says. Doors Officially Open In February. 18 E. 69th St., 212.288.1338<br /> <br /> Public Project<br /> <br /> Going Underground<br /> <br /> Back In The Early 1900s, Trolleys Crossed The Williamsburg Bridge Into Manhattan And Used An Underground Space Called The Williamsburg Trolley Terminal To Turn Around For The Return Trip To Brooklyn.Today It Sits Abandoned, But The Original Tracks, Block Floors And Barrel Vaults Are Still Visible. Now, The Nonprofit Underground Development Foundation Is Working Furiously On The Delancey Underground Project, Raising Funds To Transform Those Nearly Two Acres Into The City's First Subterranean Park. It May Just Be The High Line 2.0-If Only It Can Get Off The Ground<br /> <br /> It Bag<br /> <br /> WRITE ME A LETTER<br /> <br /> When Paris Fashion Week Wrapped Up In October, Fall Had Barely Arrived But Everyone's Thoughts Immediately Turned To Spring- Specifically The Céline Runway Show. Phoebe Philo Miraculously Encapsulated Two Major Trends For The Season-Color-Blocking And Oversized Clutches-In Her Gorgeous Envelope Bag. Remember The Frenzy Caused By The Luggage Tote? Expect A Repeat. Celine.Com<br /> <br /> Theater<br /> <br /> Death-Defying<br /> <br /> Although It Began As A Limited Engagement, The Energy And Talent Of The Acrobatically Powered Traces Has Excited Critics And Audiences In A Way That Spidey Could Only Dream Of. Now In An Open-Ended Run At The Union Theater, The Show Is Part Street Performance And Part Circus, With The Dramatic Feel Of West Side Story. There Is A Nihilistic Melancholy To The Production, But Every Second Is An Absolute Joy To Watch Because Of The Total Mental And Physical Dedication Of The Cast. 100. E. 17th St., 800.982.2787<br /> <br /> Tribute<br /> <br /> Hope Springs Eternal<br /> <br /> Of The 5,201 Entries Submitted In A Competition To Build The World Trade Center Memorial, Michael Arad's Vision-Christened "Reflecting Absence"-Emerged Triumphant. Despite Obstacles, The Breathtaking Tribute Plaza Was Officially Unveiled On The Tenth Anniversary Of 9/11/01, Anchored By Two Reflecting Pools Encircled By 30-Foot Waterfalls And The Chiseled-In-Bronze Names Of The 2,983 People Who Perished.<br /> <br /> Mega-Store<br /> <br /> Secret Shopping ADVENTURE<br /> <br /> Admit It: When You're Way Downtown-For Jury Duty Or To Satisfy A Sudden Dim Sum Craving- You Can't Resist The Urge To Pop Into Century 21.And Who Can Blame You, With Overflowing Racks Of Discounted Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors And 3.1 Phillip Lim. But With The Store's New Location Near Lincoln Center, You Don't Have To Wait For That NY Courts Letter As An Excuse For An Undercover Shopping Spree. 1972 Broadway, 212.518.2121<br /> <br /> Beauty<br /> <br /> Say Spaaa!<br /> <br /> There Is No Shortage Of Luxurious, Indulgent Spas In Manhattan. Hotels Provide All The Moisturizing And Rubbing Uptown, As Do The Usual Suspects In Soho.But In Midtown?Oasis On Park Is The Place To Go For A Winter-Skinsloughing Lavender And Sea-Salt Scrub Or Their New Hour-Long Diamond Microdermabrasion Facial So Relaxing That The Danger Of Snoring Is Real.1 Park Ave.,212. 254.7722<br /> <br /> Fashion<br /> <br /> Passion Play<br /> <br /> Nicola Formichetti Holds Many Titles: Fashion Director Of Vogue Hommes Japan; Creative Director Of (The Recently Renamed) Mugler; Lady Gaga's Go-To Fashion Advisor; And Soon, Gallerist. The Multitasking Creative Plans To Open A Fashion Gallery In A 6,000-Square-Foot Loft On Greene Street Later This Year.Expect Rotating Exhibits On Avant-Garde Fashion, An Archival Space, And Impromptu Tête-?-Têtes With The Designer Himself.<br /> <br /> Technology<br /> <br /> Eat, Drink And Shop Merrily.Th E Communal Table At Genes@ CO-OP, Barneys' New Eight-Floor Café, Features A Touchscreen Tabletop Where Ladies Who Lunch Can Peruse The Store's Website While Waiting For Their Vegan House Salad.Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave.,212. 826.8900<br /> <br /> Fitness<br /> <br /> L. A. Export<br /> <br /> Mention Barry's Bootcamp To An Angeleno And You'll Hear How It Completely Changed Her Life, Body And Overall Attitude Toward Working Out.Barry Jay Stitch's Method Combines 30 Minutes Of Interval Cardio With 30 Minutes Of Strength Training To Create What His Devotees Unanimously Say Is The "Best Workout In The World." See For Yourself At The Newly Opened Chelsea Outpost. Warning: Kim Kardashian Or Jessica Alba May Be Doing Bicep Curls Next To You. 135 W. 20th St., 646.559.2721<br /> <br /> Coffee With A Purpose<br /> <br /> Caffeine Addicts With A Nose For The Good Stuff Flock To La Colombe Torrefaction, But The Philly-Based Brand Is Also Lauded For Its Impressive Commitment To Charitable Causes And Efforts To Improve Economies And Living Conditions In Africa And Haiti. Stop Into Its Third And Newest Branch At 400 Lafayette St. To Save The World, One Cup At A Time.<br /> <br /> Relaunch<br /> <br /> Collection Revival Is There Anything Carol Lim And Humberto Leon Can't Do? The Prodigiously Successful Owners Of Opening Ceremony (Now With Shops In Los Angeles And Tokyo) Were Tapped To Breathe New Life Into The Franco-Japanese Brand Kenzo. They Took On The Challenge With Their Interpretation Of Sporty Anoraks, Intricate Knitwear And Vibrantly Mixed Prints.After The Preview In Paris, Pierre-Yves Roussel Of Parent Company LVMH Said The Show Was "Exactly What We Wanted." Mission Accomplished, Yet Again.
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