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Shop Fix Loris Diran


A slew of new stores have opened their doors in recent weeks, and throughout the busy shopping season, even more are emerging to tempt you. These can’t-miss stops deserve to be part of your weekend plans!

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Monique Lhuillier, 19 E. 71st St.

Versace, 160 Mercer St. The divine Donatella was on hand to unveil her new Soho digs, as was Christopher Kane, billed as a “special curator” for the boutique. Expect scores of exclusive items and gift ideas at this downtown location. Open

Donatella Versace and Princess Charlene of Monaco

Massimo Dutti, 689 Fifth Ave. Zara’s upscale sister store opened its first stateside location in this prime Midtown shopping swath, peddling polished basics and professional garb. Its price points are slightly steeper, but its space may bring about a bit of déjà vu, since Zara was the previous tenant. Open

Pamela Gonzales, 311 W. Broadway The store design aims to look like an art gallery, and besides the namesake label, there’s an eclectic array of designers on tap, such as Alice Yim, Loris Diran, Nuvala, and Carlos Luna. Open Carlos Luna runway

Paul & Shark, 667 Madison Ave. Yachting culture-inspired and hailing from Italy, this sportswear brand relocated from 64th St. and Madison Ave. to head a few blocks south, across the street from Barneys. Swim on over, chéris! Open FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

This purveyor of femme RTW confections and a booming bridal business will unveil her third boutique post-Thanksgiving, and her first in NYC (currently, Lhuillier outposts are in L.A. and Edina, Minn.) To kick things off in predictably chic fashion, a private opening party was hosted by Hannah Bronfman, Marina Rust Connor, Lauren Dupont, Alexandra Lebenthal, and Jamie Tisch. Open November 27

Khirma Eliazov, 102 Charles St. Eliazov, a former accessories editor and stylist at Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country, is opening her very own 850-squarefoot West Village outpost, nestled in a townhouse, for her handbag line fashioned from exotic skins including leather, python, alligator, crocodile, lizard and stingray. Additional brands carried will include: KBL Eyewear, Kelsey Quan jewelry, La Soula fine jewelry, Sachin & Babi and Theodora & Callum scarves. Currently, Khirma Eliazov is carried at Bergdorf Goodman, Henri Bendel and Intermix.

“Lucky Shops,” 82 Mercer St. When Hurricane Sandy knocked out plans for this annual shopping extravaganza, the mag rescheduled it for a month later. In addition to proceeds benefiting the Julian D. King Gift Foundation, the event will now also provide post-Sandy aid through the Lucky Fund. Say hi to editrix Brandon Holley! Open December 6-8

Shop Fix


front row Brandusa Niro Editor in Chief, CEO Executive Editor Ashley Baker Art Director Guillaume Bruneau Managing Editor Tangie Silva

Aritzia, 600 Fifth Ave.

The Canadian-grown retailer is heading slightly north in its NYC expansion scheme, adding to its 52 North America spots. After opening its first city location on Spring St. and Broadway last June, the second stop will be housed in Rockefeller Center. Wares are comprised of 90 percent exclusive Aritzia brands, such as Wilfred, Wilfred Free, Le Fou, T.Babaton; 10 percent are third party brands. Open late November

H&M, 60 Columbus Cir. The first H&M store in the city with its own private entrance to the men’s store, this iconic new outpost in the Time Warner Center opens with pieces from the Maison Martin Margiela with H&M collection. Hurry! Open

House of Horology, 93 Prince St. Besides a plethora of watches at this New York-based timepiece line’s first store, get a caffeine buzz from the espresso bar on its subterranean premises and unwind après-purchase in the lounge area. Open

Bettie Page Clothing, 303 Bowery Hailing from Sin City, Bettie Page Clothing is adding to its national portfolio of 10 outposts, with its first NYC location sometime this month. Pin-up aficionados will appreciate a selection of kitsched-out retro stylings— think high-waisted hotpants and vampy dresses. Opening date TBD

Trinity Place, 61 Broadway The U.S. flagship of LeBunny Bleu is going by a different moniker stateside—one that’s named after the FiDi street the 26,000-square-foot department store resides on. While the main floor, stocked with women’s merch, opened at the beginning of last month, expect the men’s and children’s threads to roll out this month. Many of the brands are making their U.S. debuts, so consider this a way-south retail treasure hunt of sorts; as for the ambiance, it’s been likened to Anthropologie. Open

Maison Ladurée, 398 W. Broadway Get your macaron fix downtown, complete with a tea salon and resto. Plus! Expect Parisian guest chefs to make appearances at the new store. Open mid-December

Deputy Editor Eddie Roche Associate Editor Alexandra Ilyashov Senior Fashion Writer Maria Denardo Social Media Director Ashley Tschudin Photographer Giorgio Niro Deputy Art Director Teresa Platt Prod & Creative Services Director Allison Coles Imaging Specialist George Maier Vice President, Publisher Louis A. Sarmiento Advertising Director Maritza Smith Marketing Director Fred Miketa Digital Director Daniel Chivu Publishing Assistant Anjali Raja Distribution Director Allison Coles Distribution Manager Ben Woldoff To advertise, contact: Louis Sarmiento, (212) 467-5875,

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Equipment, 110 Wooster St. This silk blouse mecca, founded by Carine Roitfeld’s husband Christian Restoin in the eighties and rebooted as a chicster wardrobe staple in the last few years, is setting up its inaugural U.S. storefront in (where else?) Soho. But don’t wait with baited breath, darlings: rumors have been swirling about the opening date since April. Simply stoking the excitement factor, right? Opening date TBD f i r s t v i e w ( 3 ) ; g e t t y i m a g e s ( 5 ) ; p a t r i c k mcm u ll a n . c o m ; b f a n y c . c o m

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Just because designers and editors aren’t bona-fide food professionals doesn’t mean they don’t have a trove of delish recipes they’re game to share. Who says fashion people don’t eat?

Pineapple Cheese Casserole

“This is a favorite of ours, and kids love it! We serve it at dinner as a side.” —Veronica Miele Beard, co-designer, Veronica Beard 1 20 oz. can of pineapple chunks 1/2 cup of sugar 3 tablespoons flour 1/4 cup melted butter 1/2 cup Ritz cracker crumbs Drain pineapple, reserving 3 tablespoons of juice. Combine sugar and flour. Slowly stir in reserved pineapple juce, add cheese and pineapple chunks, mixing well. Pour into a greased 1 quart casserole dish. Combine butter and crumbs, sprinkle on top. Bake at 350°F for 20 to 30 minutes.

Corn Pudding

“This is a recipe my sister makes; it’s one of my all-time favorites. It’s an amazing side dish, especially alongside creamed spinach.” —Veronica Swanson Beard, co-designer, Veronica Beard 1 10 oz. box frozen corn (or 3 ears scraped corn) 3 eggs 1/4 cup sugar 1 cup whipping cream 1 teaspoon salt Butter for dotting on top Preheat oven to 350°F. If using frozen corn, put in processor or blender until coarsely chopped. Mix corn, eggs, sugar, cream, and salt. Put in casserole and dot with butter. Cook for 40-50 minutes. If recipe is doubled or tripled, extend cooking time. May mix ahead and store in refrigerator; stir before baking. FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

Jalapeno Pepper Jam

“This is perfect with Thanksgiving turkey, as well as on leftover turkey sandwiches!” —Lela Rose, designer 5 cups jalapeño peppers, halved and cored 2 green apples (or 2 quinces) 2 cups white vinegar 4 cups sugar 3 tablespoons red chili flakes (fewer if you don’t want this too spicy) This recipe yields five 6 oz. jars. Prepare the jars for canning by boiling them in water at least one inch above the jars rim for 30 minutes. Allow them to dry on a towel. Put the lids and rings into a metal bowl and ladle boiling water until covered; let sit. Cut stems off the jalapenos (you may want to wear gloves and do NOT rub your eyes!). Cut them in half; remove the seeds and white membrane. Core the apples and cut into quarters—green and just-ripe ones work best. Pulse the jalapenos and apples finely in a food processor. Put them (liquid included) into a large saucepan; add the vinegar, sugar, and chili flakes. Bring to a boil, and let cook for 20 minutes or until the jelly is thickened and starts to look like a jam. Assemble jars and fill with jam. Wipe the rims. Dry the lids and rings and seal the jars. Put the sealed jars back in a large pot and fill with water, covering the lids an inch. Bring to a boil; let boil for 25 minutes. Remove the jars and put on a dry towel; avoid touching or disturbing for 12 hours. Check the seal after 12 hours (pushing down the center of the lid). Store in pantry and refrigerate after opening.

Julia Child’s Île Flottante

“As I have never attempted cooking anything in my apartment (who has time!?) I relegate cookbooks to countertop props only. One of the keystones of my kitchen counter tableau is Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Given my deference to all things pastoral, I sometimes find myself milling through the cookbook just for material to reference. One holiday dish I find fascinating is the Île Flottante, a floating cake island in a custard moat. Holiday flair, indeed!” —Chris Benz, designer A heavily-buttered, 2-quart baking dish or charlotte mold 3.5 to 4 inches deep 2 to 3 tablespoons sugar 8 egg whites at room temperature 1/8 teaspoons salt 1/4 teaspoons cream of tartar 1 cup instant or very finely granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup caramelized almonds; 2 additional tablespoons for serving Preheat oven to 250°F. Roll sugar in the buttered mold, knock out excess, and set mold aside. Beat egg whites at moderate speed until they are frothy, then beat in the salt and cream of tartar. Gradually increase speed to fast, and when egg whites form soft peaks, start beating in the sugar, 2 tablespoons at a time. Continue beating until egg whites form stiff peaks. Beat in the vanilla. Remove bowl from stand and fold in the caramelized almonds 1/4 cup at a time with a rubber spatula. Spread lightly in dish, which will overfill by 1/4 inch or so; smooth exposed sides and top with spatula. Bake in lower third of preheated oven for about 25 minutes, until meringue has colored slightly and risen about

1/2 inch. It should be cooked enough so that meringue can hold its shape for unmolding; its rise indicates this. Let cool for 30 minutes, then refrigerate for at least an hour so that it will settle. Set cover or plate askew over mold and drain accumulated caramel liquid into a small bowl. Unmold dessert onto serving plate. Sprinkle top with remaining almonds, and pour the caramel around. Pass optional custard sauce separately.

Cranberry Cosmopolitan

“This is obviously my fave holiday recipe! Martha Stewart’s version is the most delish, but I sex it up by doubling the vodka, and that’s a good thing!” —Joanna Coles, editor-in-chief, Cosmopolitan 1.5 oz. cranberry and orange vodka (sex it up by doubling it!) 1/2 oz. cranberry juice 1/2 oz. freshly squeezed lime juice 1/2 oz. orange flavored liqueur (Cointreau works best) Ice cubes Orange peel, for garnish Cranberries, for garnish In a cocktail shaker, combine vodka, cranberry juice, lime juice, orange liqueur, and ice; shake until well combined. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Twist orange peel over cocktail and add to glass. Garnish with skewered cranberries; serve immediately.

Sweet Potatoes with Toasted Marshmallows

“I grew up eating this dish for Thanksgiving. I love anything with marshmallows: they’re white fluffy perfection!” —Lisa Perry, designer 1 kilo sweet potatoes, boiled and pureed 3 eggs 3/4 cup golden sugar 1/2 cup of butter 1/2 teaspoon of salt 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 cup chopped nuts 2 cups marshmallows Powdered sugar Cinnamon powder Boil sweet potatoes until done. Remove peeling from hot potatoes and mash well, removing all strings. Add all ingredients except marshmallows and cinnamon sugar; mix well. Spray or grease lightly a Pyrex or corning dish. Alternate layers of potatoes, and marshmallows until dish is filled. Sprinkle cinnamon sugar for added flavor. Bake at 350°F until dish is hot. Remove from oven and put marshmallows on top. Place again in oven to brown lightly.

Perfect 10 Kookies

“Heaven! They melt in your mouth.” —Karlie Kloss, model 9/10 cups almond flour 2/5 cups gluten free whole oats 1/5 teaspoons baking soda 2/5 teaspoons baking powder 2/5 teaspoons kosher salt 1/10 teaspoon xanthan gum

Karlie Kloss

1 oz. slivered almonds, lightly toasted 4 1/3 oz. mini dark chocolate chips 2 4/5 oz. olive oil 3 1/5 oz. agave Heat oven to 300°F. In a stand mixer, with the paddle attachment, mix the dry ingredients together. Add the liquid ingredients; paddle until well combined. Scoop cookies firmly with an ice cream scoop onto a parchment paper-lined sheetpan. Flatten each mound of cookie dough with your palms. Bake cookies at 300°F for eight minutes, or until golden brown.

Oysters with Champagne Sauce “It is truly a holiday dish!” —Catherine Malandrino, designer 4 1/4 oz. champagne 1 French shallot, finely chopped 4 1/4 oz. thickened cream Freshly ground white pepper Rock salt 1 dozen natural oysters (ie. Sydney rock oysters) on the half shell Chopped fresh chives to serve

Place champagne and shallots in a saucepan over medium heat; bring to boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer for 3-5 minutes or until reduced by half. Add cream and season with white pepper. Simmer for 3-4 minutes; sauce should be thick and creamy. Preheat grill on high. Scatter rock salt over the base of two heatproof serving dishes. Arrange oysters on the rock salt; pour cream mixture on them evenly. Cook under grill for about 2 minutes, or until golden. Set aside for 2 minutes to cool slightly. Sprinkle with chives to serve.

Chris Benz

Joanna Coles

Lela Rose Lisa Perry Veronica Miele Beard Veronica Swanson Beard

Catherine Malandrino

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With Doutzen Kroes


Everybody’s gonna either love me or hate me, but I’m giving everybody my Karlie’s Kookies! People are going to be excited—or so sick of them. —Karlie Kloss

Another year, another

Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show:

Does the show still feel as exciting as it always has? Oh, yes! The show is always different, bigger, and better. I don’t know how they do it. And I’m such a big fan of Rihanna. Your face is on the VIP badges! I see my face everywhere! It’s really strange. I feel really honored. Do you do Black Friday? I like to give things that people need. If someone tells me they’re looking for something, I write it down in my phone!

the pinkest, sparkliest, most gleeful eve around. Or day, rather, since prep at the Lexington Avenue Armory began in the morning, and trust your Daily, it was pretty hair-raising (of the rollered and teased variety). A trifecta of performances punctuated the winged strutting: Bruno Mars, Rihanna, and Justin Bieber. The Biebs got the most model adoration. Between the many (...many, many) steps to getting dolled up VS-style, the mods had a big lunch smorgasbord to nibble on. There were no less than six theme change-ups during the show (of which there were two, at 4 and 8 p.m.), including a “Circus” to kick things off, a kitschy-fun walk through a year’s worth of holidays in “Calendar Girls,” and a flora-festooned finale, “Angels In Bloom.” Phew! Sitting front row at the later show were Alexander Wang, Vanessa Hudgens, Debbie Harry, Kid Cudi, Alexa Chung, Tyson Beckford, and Poppy Delevingne. And then, it was off to Lavo for the after-party!


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Justin Bieber

FAB FIRSTS! With Cara Delevingne

This is your first VS show! It’s completely mental! It’s unlike any other show; the buzz and energy you feel around here is so different. It’s absolutely amazing. Will you be nervous walking? Terrified. Someone said I seemed so calm before the show, but it’s because I’ve been having an anxiety attack for the last two weeks because of the show. I had sweaty palms! Thoughts on your print edition cover? I need to read it. I need to buy it! Matt Irwin is an amazing photographer. Some people asked why didn’t they Photoshop the lipstick off. I’m like, ‘It’s meant to be there!’ That’s the point of it. What are you gifting this holiday season? I have a big family and I give quite a lot of gifts, but even if it’s just small things, it’s important to get specific gifts instead of giving the same thing to everyone. What do you want? I want an iPhone 5 and a holiday. That would be wonderful!

PUMPKIN SECRETS! With Constance Jablonski


What’s your favorite holiday recipe? To be honest, I’m a really bad cook—my parents are not really good cooks themselves, so I grew up having a lot of frozen stuff! For fall, I love pumpkin soup—and in America, you do it really well. In France, we make it with Comte cheese on the top, and it’s the best. It’s traditional to eat that all throughout November. Do you do Black Friday? I don’t go at all! I go crazy when I see too many people in the stores; I prefer to shop on calmer days. I also like to shop on the internet, for bags and shoes. What’s on your wishlist? I’ve always wanted a dog! I know I won’t get a dog, because I travel too much and I’ll need a bigger apartment. I just love big dogs, like Dalmatians and Rottweilers.

With Adriana Lima

Who’s most likely to be on your iPod: Rihanna or Biebs? I like a combination! There are totally different songs for different occasions, but I’ve been listening to Rihanna a lot lately! What are you gifting? I haven’t started my Christmas shopping. I’m always last minute! I like to give what the person wants. There’s nothing more exciting than opening a box and finding something you wished for. I ask my brothers what to get my mom, and my mom what to get my brothers. That’s how I work.

I don’t go shopping, but I should! On Black Friday, I’ll probably take a bath, chill, and stay away from malls. —Lily Aldridge


With Miranda Kerr

Do you do Black Friday? To be honest, I’m generally working. What are you gifting this holiday season? I’m going to get a toy piano for my son, because he’s so into music.

TURkEY TALK! With Alessandra Ambrosio What’s your favorite holiday recipe? Oh, I don’t cook. But I’m Brazilian, and the holidays have very different traditions there— we do turkey, like what you guys do for Thanksgiving, for Christmas. Do you do Black Friday? I do shop if I’m here, but I’m usually out of the country working.

GIFT PATROL! With Erin Heatherton

Do you do Black Friday? I don’t even know what that is! What are you gifting this year? I put together a big bag of my most-loved possessions each year, including my favorite beauty products. Any holiday gift traditions? I celebrate Hanukkah; it’s random if I even get gifts! We usually don’t do anything. getty images




Reasons to Shop Hard! Granted, Black Friday is usually considered to be a gift hunt, but we’ve hunted down the cold-weather musts that are equally deserving of your closet. Fur, glitter, winter white— the season’s hautest trends await. Turn the page!


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CHIC musts

While everyone else is layered up in noir, stand out from the crowd in elegantly edgy shades of cream. Icy outerwear is packing some especially chic heat.

Winter white Valentino


Alexander McQueen


3.1 Phillip Lim, 115 Mercer St., (212) 334-1160


Manolo Blahnik, 31 W. 54th St., (212) 582-3007


Miu Miu, 11 E. 57th St., (212) 641-2980


ChloĂŠ, 850 Madison Ave., (212) 717-8220


Isabel Marant,


Magaschoni slippers, shown with blankets ($640 each),


Esteban Cortazar,


Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti, 452 W. Broadway, (212) 460-5500


Alexander Wang, 103 Grand St., (212) 977-9683


Monika Chiang,


Ashley Pittman,


Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti, 452 W. Broadway, (212) 460-5500


Topshop, 478 Broadway, (212) 966-9555


Sergio Rossi, Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900


Reed Krakoff, 831 Madison Ave., (212) 988-0560


Mulberry, 605 Madison Ave., (212) 835-4700


La Perla, 93 Greene St., (212) 219-0999




Alexander McQueen, 417 W. 14th St., (212) 645-1797


Bottega Veneta, 697 Fifth Ave., (212) 371-5511 R u n way: f i r s t v i e w

Baby reindeer, $375, Thomas Fuchs marble ice bucket,$550,


Muse Blanc candle, $68,

Musts Diatomite wall clock, $95,

Lladro porcelain diffuser, $190,

Jonathan Adler console, $2,500,

Maison Blanche

Glass table lamp, $475,

If your home yearns for a quick, easy update, a white accent should do the trick. Versatile enough to work any décor, these romantic, modern pieces are perfect for party season!

John Reeves Design bedside table, $695,

Maison Martin Margiela by L’Atelier d’Exercises wooden Russian dolls, $220, Arik Levy vases, $4,575,

Laguna B cracked water jug, $250,

Braided tray, $60,

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CHIC musts

Dolce & Gabbana

The holiday season is your perfect excuse to sport as much sparkle as you like—whether it’s gold or silver, or a more colorful statement, don’t fear the shine!

Glitterati $35

Target, 517 E. 117th St., (212) 835-0860

Naeem Khan


R U N WAY: f i r s t v i e w


Alice + Olivia, 80 W. 40th St., (212) 840-0887


Temperley London, 453 Broome St., (212) 219-2929


Anya Hindmarch, 29 E. 60th St., (212) 750-3974


C. Wonder,





Erickson Beamon,

Nine West,


Banana Republic,


Faith Connexion,





MICHAEL Michael Kors, 510 Fifth Ave., (212) 582-2444


Stella McCartney, 112 Greene St., (212) 255-1556

DKNY, 655 Madison Ave., (212) 223-3569


Kimberly McDonald, Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900


Anya Hindmarch, 29 E. 60th St., (212) 750-3974


Haute Hippie, 9 Prince St., (212) 431-0101


Sass & Bide,


Giuseppe Zanotti,


RED Valentino, Saks Fifth Ave., (212) 753-4000


Alice + Olivia, 80 W. 40th St., (212) 840-0887





This black-and-white trend is appropos for ski bunnies and city girls alike—just add wintry and geometric elements to your coldweather staples.

Alpine $35

Target, 517 E. 117th St., (212) 835-0860







Joseph, 816 Madison Ave., (212) 570-0077


ChloĂŠ, 850 Madison Ave., (212) 717-8220


Missoni, 1009 Madison Ave., (212) 517-9339



Sonia Rykiel,


RED Valentino,

Alexander McQueen, 417 W. 14th St., (212) 645-1797




Diane von Furstenberg, 874 Washington St., (646) 486-4800





Maison Michel,





Vanessa Bruno AthĂŠ,




Miu Miu, 11 E. 57th St., (212) 641-2980

Pierre Hardy, 30 Jane St., (646) 449-0070

Marni, 161 Mercer St., (212) 343-3912




Burberry, 131 Spring St., (212) 925-9300

Valentino, 746 Madison Ave., (212) 772-6969

Etro, 720 Madison Ave., (212) 317-9096 R U N WAY: F I R S T V I E W

CHIC musts

Colorful Coats

Of course you cherish your basic black topper, but an update remains in order. Earn extra style points with these bright statement styles in clean, minimal silhouettes. Jil Sander


Jil Sander


Diane von Furstenberg, 874 Washington St., (646) 486-4800


Dries van Noten, Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900


Miu Miu, 11 E. 57th St., (212) 641-2980


Topshop, 478 Broadway, (212) 966-9555


Bottega Veneta, 699 Fifth Ave., (212) 371-5511




Sonia by Sonia Rykiel,


Stella McCartney, 112 Greene St., (212) 255-1556


Vivienne Westwood Anglomania,


Moschino Cheap & Chic, 401 W. 14th St., (212) 243-8600


Uniqlo, 546 Broadway, (917) 237-8800


Tory Burch, 797 Madison Ave., (212) 510-8371


Jil Sander, 30 Howard St., (212) 925-2345

$129 H&M,






Miu Miu, 11 E. 57th St., (212) 641-2980


CHIC musts

Whether it’s real or faux, this trippy texture is everywhere—often in punchy colors—in winter’s best coats and accessories.

Fur Fendi





A.P.C., 131 Mercer St., (212) 966-9685


H&M, 505 Fifth Ave., (212) 661-7012


Lanvin, 815 Madison Ave., (646) 439-0380


Fendi, 677 Fifth Ave., (212) 759-4646


Elie Tahari,

Glamorpuss, Calypso St. Barth, 900 Madison Ave., (212) 535-4100


Christian Louboutin, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300


Nina Ricci,


Lanvin, 815 Madison Ave., (646) 439-0380


Moncler, Bergdorf Goodman, 754 Fifth Ave., (212) 753-7300


Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900


Marni, 161 Mercer St., (212) 343-3912


Paul Leinburd by Crown Cap, Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., (212) 826-8900


Lanvin, 815 Madison Ave., (646) 439-0380


Miu Miu, 11 E. 57th St., (212) 641-2980


Jimmy Choo, 645 Fifth Ave., (212) 593-0800


Meadham Kirchoff,


Marc Jacobs, 163 Mercer St., (212) 343-1490


Topshop, 478 Broadway, (212) 966-9555


Burberry, 131 Spring St., (212) 925-9300 R u n way: f i r s t v i e w

c as i h c de


Shagreen iPhone case, $98, Marble salt and pepper containers, $108,


Set of 6 sushi bowls, $60,


Funky pink deer, $100,

Planning to be a guest this season? You’re not alone! Whether you’re attending a party or an exotic weekend chez some friends, you’d best not arrive empty-handed.

Caviar server set, $360,

Treestump Woodcrafts mesquite salad bowl, $425,

Monogrammed Pilsner glasses, $59 for a set of four,

Frends “Taylor” headphones, $199,

Nathan Myhrvold’s Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking, $450, FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

Renzo Romagnoli faux crocodile domino set, $395,


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