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At 25, Wes Gordon is an easy target for adjectives like “fashion world darling” and wunderkind. In this Q&A, SundayArts speaks to Gordon about his new collection, his emphasis on tailoring, and women's wardrobe essentials.

Last night we previewed the amazing “BOFFO Building Fashion” series. Now at 50 Walker St., you can catch the first collaboration, as man-for-all seasons Nicola Formichetti gets his own temporary concept shop “Nicola’s.”

Cynthia Rowley’s collections are distinct for their vibrant creativity. She’s a Fashion Week vet who knows how to keep things fresh for her fans and herself. In this profile, Christina Ha visits Cynthia Rowley’s retail space and showroom on Bleecker Street for a conversation with the downtown Fashion Week favorite.

Complimentary champagne and refreshments fuel shoppers as they make their way through the maze of contests, discounts and giveaways. Celebs, designers and stylists make appearances amid book signings, sales of limited-edition items and hair and makeup consultations to a soundtrack of DJs and live music performances. It's Fashion's Night Out!

"Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" closed last week after a wildly popular run at the Met. If you couldn't stand the snaking lines, or just want to see it again, watch this SundayArts Curator's Choice featuring Andrew Bolton, curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, discussing the exhibition of the late designer’s extraordinary garments.

Andrew Bolton, curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, discusses Savage Beauty, the current exhibition of the late designer Alexander McQueen's extraordinary garments on display through August 7, 2011.

Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity at MoMA doesn’t knock you over with huge masterworks (despite the presence of some big name painters), or with pop culture bribes, like the Tim Burton exhibition elsewhere in the building (recently reviewed for the SundayArts blog here). What this kind of sprawling survey does convey is how that design [...]

In the summer, the art world reverts to a kind of school semester mentality. Galleries shut on Saturdays if they’re even open to the public (and even then, close altogether in August), and often mount group shows based on whimsical themes. Museums, however, are obliged to stay open and service the hordes of visitors, but [...]

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