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Stylist Danielle Nachmani was recruited by the Mercedes-Benz team this Fashion Week to create a special display for the Fall 2013 season. Pairing several key pieces from a multitude of designers, she’s concocting day and evening looks that reflect the spirit of the auto company’s iconic new models. Between countless showroom pulls and top-secret collab consultations, we tracked Danielle Nachmani down to get the full scoop! When did you know you wanted to be a stylist? I don’t remember a time where I didn’t! However, when I was 11 years old I had the opportunity to be backstage at a runway show and I definitely fell in love with the insanity of it all. How did you get started? I started interning in fashion while still in high school, which lead to five years as an assistant. I was lucky enough to have a very special red carpet moment at the Met Ball in 2009 that kick-started my career. Have you been to Fashion Week before? Front row or backstage styling? I’ve been fortunate enough to be on both sides—front row and backstage. But I definitely feel most at home backstage. What was your favorite show of all time? Lanvin Spring 2012; it was my first show in Paris. It completely changed the way I felt about runway presentations. It made me see how moving a show could actually be. How did your collaboration with Mercedes-Benz come about? When Mercedes-Benz reached out to me to style their mannequins in the House of Mercedes-Benz car display this season, I was immediately intrigued due to the strong tie Mercedes-Benz has with the fashion world. The display, along with the looks I am pulling for each mannequin, will demonstrate the juxtaposition of “ready to wear” and “haute couture” in the luxury automobile world. The all-new

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a brisk jog down memory lane... 1. Who was the first person to answer The

Daily’s soon-to-be signature query, “What did you eat today”? A. Kate Moss (“A bagel backstage, but don’t tell!”) B. Salman Rushdie (“Assorted meats at Da Silvano”) C. Anna Wintour (“Salad frisée. Next question, please.”) D. Camille Paglia (“A Whopper and two glasses of Dom.”) E. Serena Williams (“Six tacos and a Gatorade.”)

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What is Marc Jacobs’ power animal? A. Peacock B. Bush Baby C. Frog D. Unicorn E. Lemur

3. To which of the following events did Cathy Horyn wear jorts? A. Kal Ruttenstein’s memorial B. Calvin Klein’s 40th Anniversary bash C. The 2006 CFDA New Members Cocktail D. The 2009 Met Ball E. REO Speedwagon Live at Jones Beach

4. What did the Mulleavy sisters sell in order to raise startup cash for Rodarte? A. Kate’s record collection B. Laura’s pet turtle, Stinky C. Crocheted granny panties, on Craigslist D. Meth E. Hat patterns

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What does Daria Werbowy talk about with Karl Lagerfeld? A. “The perils of fame in the age of Twitter” B. “Sex and how to have more of it” C. “History” D. “How to make it in the cut-throat fashion world” E. “Eugenics”

6. Who was the captain of her high school debate team? A. Cindi Leive B. Cecilia Dean C. Karla Otto D. Stacey Bendet E. Fern Mallis

7. What Asian dish did designer Zang Toi cook for us? A. “Drunk man noodle” B. “General Toi’s Chicken” C. “Lady pickles” D. “Quail-egg curry” E. “Bok Toi”

8. Why did Jacquetta Wheeler decide to chop her hair super-short in 2006? A. She Googled Edie Sedgwick and figured what the hell B. Grace Coddington and Mario Testino asked her to for a Vogue shoot C. Her stylist slipped D. She was dating a Hasid, and preferred wearing a wig E. She didn’t. Naomi snipped it backstage while she was napping “as a joke.”

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Which model had a pet fox growing up? A. Marcus Schenkenberg B. Hana Soukupova C. Tanya D. D. Lily Donaldson E. Cara Delevingne

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Who was the first person to use the term “eco-chic” in The Daily? A. Stella McCartney B. Shalom Harlow C. Dennis Basso D. Sally Singer E. Judy Licht

11. How many cats are too many for Grace Coddington? A. “Four is my limit.” B. “More than ten is odd. I’m not crazy, you know!” C. “In this city, three’s a crowd.” D. “There is no such thing.” E. “At 20 you’ve got to start reevaluating.”

12. Which game has The Daily NOT spoofed in its pages? A. Chutes & Ladders B. Candy Land C. Life D. Monopoly E. Truth or Dare

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Which Vogue editrix is a former Miss Arkansas? A. Laurie Jones B. Miranda Brooks C. Selby Drummond D. Virginia Smith E. Meredith Melling Burke

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Maroon 5’s album, Songs About Jane, is about … A. Jane Pratt of xojane.com, who babysat lead singer Adam Levine in college

B. Jane Herman of Vogue, who dated lead singer Adam Levine in high school C. Jane Larkworthy of W, who had a fling with lead singer Adam Levine in grad school D. Jane Pauley E. Bee Shaffer, whose middle name is Jane

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Who guest edited The Daily’s first men’s issue? A. Italo Zucchelli B. Michael Bastian C. Jim Moore D. Stefano Tonchi E. Peter Kaplan

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Which socialite’s photo was displayed on Pierce Brosnan’s mantel in the remake of The Thomas Crown Affair ? A. Serena Boardman B. Elizabeth Kieselstein-Cord C. Samantha Boardman D. Summers Farkas E. Ali Wise

17. Which designer is a cousin of actress Emmy Rossum? A. Alex Wang B. Rebecca Minkoff C. Vera Wang D. Zac Posen E. Michael Kors

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Who bought Claude Montana’s Left Bank apartment after he decamped to the Right Bank? A. Hedi Slimane B. John Varvatos C. Ralph Lauren D. Nicolas Ghesquiere E. Reem Acra

19. According to KCD sources, how can you tell if Robert Duffy is happy? A. “He wears pants.” B. “He’s smiling.” C. “When he messes up his hair a little bit.” D. “His earlobes turn red.” E. “His office is empty.”

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What did Tommy Hilfiger say is his favorite part of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week? A. “When Dee gives me the run of show” B. “The end” C. “Sitting front row at Ralph” D. “Talent spotting backstage” E. “Getting to explore the Upper West Side”

ANSWER KEY: 1.) B; 2.) C; 3.) B; 4.) A; 5.) C; 6.) B; 7.) D; 8.) B; 9.) B; 10.) B; 11.) D; 12.) E; 13.) D; 14.) B; 15.) D; 16.) C; 17.) C; 18.) A; 19.) C; 20.) B

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Don’t despair. We love a babe in the woods, and you were six when we launched. Keep on reading, and we’ll have you quoting Colette in no time.

Clearly you’ve been away for a while, but, hey, it’s been that kind of decade. Not bad, but there’s still room to learn, non?

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Predicted Party Rankings 1. The Daily’s 10th-birthday bash tonight (Obvs.) 2. Bulgari’s Year of the Snake party Saturday. 3. The VFiles soirée at BOW, hosted by Alison Mosshart of the Kills (also tonight). 4. Joseph Altuzarra’s intimate dinner for 50 at Rose Bar Saturday. 5. Purple’s annual bacchanal at The Top of the Standard Tuesday.

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Tonight, the chicest of the chic will toast The Daily decade at Indochine. Heidi Klum will emcee. Miss Piggy, alas, replied non, because of a filming conflict in London. We had to replace her with another top-secret, superlatrix music act. Read all about it and the oodles of V.I.C.’s post-fête.

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WITH CARINE ROITFELD This month, her editorials will appear worldwide in all 26 editions of Harper’s Bazaar. That’s 11.3 million readers, people. Vive La Carine! Bazaar gets the first dose of Carine as global fashion director—16 pages worth!—in the March issue. Are you happy with the outcome? I hope it’s going to be a success—it’s the very first one, and some people may be expecting a huge thing. It’s very, very simple and sharp. Has your new gig changed your rapport with Stephen Gan? It’s so good to have a friend in this difficult business. Stephen has always protected me from all business problems. So I’m able to make my dreams happen. We will have a cocktail sometimes. He doesn’t talk about the drama. What’s it like working with Glenda? We’re not friends; we’ve never been friends. But we’ve crossed paths more and more— at shows, Stephen wants Glenda on one side and me on the other. It’s not easy for an editor-inchief to have someone come in and suddenly have 16 pages in their magazine, so I hope everyone stays happy. I’ve

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never tried to steal anything from anyone. How are you juggling Bazaar and CR Fashion Book? At CR, I’m totally free to be all my craziness, and we’re only talking to a few people with the magazine—15,000 copies. CR and Bazaar are totally different worlds. I work with new photographers and hair and makeup people in CR, and then it’s a dream for them to get featured in Bazaar. That’s what happened with our hairstylist: he worked with me on CR, and then I had him come work with me on my first portfolio for Bazaar. That’s a gift! Have you spent much time at the Hearst Tower? I’ve never been to the cafeteria! I knew of the [Hearst] building, of course, but I never had a reason to go inside when I was working at Condé Nast for 10 years. Where are you hanging out around town lately? I’m still staying at The Mark; I like to live the hotel life! I’m very faithful to places like Mr. Chow, and I think the Four Seasons bar is the most beautiful one in town. And I just tried the most delicious restaurant, Marea: their warm sea urchin on toast is the most sensual food I’ve ever eaten in my entire life.

Things to Discuss John Galliano’s in New York; Alex Wang’s in Paris 2. Media musical chairs: What will the front row look like this season? The Daily’s Media Issue, out February 10th, investigates: Tonchi, Garcia y Gonzalez, T and WSJ., Virginie Mouzat... 3. Speaking of, is T mag’s new logo a homage to the History Channel? 4. H&M showing runway in Paris. 5. Grace Coddington’s memoir spotted on sale at Anthropologie. 1.

Things to Ignore Holmes and Yang’s adieu to the Tents 2. The move to “digital-only” runway shows. 3. Occupy Wall Street “interns” protesting Fashion Week. 4. The word “multi-platform” in party conversation 5. The germophobia piece in The New York Times. Yes, Linda Fargo is still going to parties. 1.

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A report from the Department of ‘Huh?’ First prize in the WTH category goes to Junk Star Art House, Sony, and HighSnobette, who have teamed up to show a Smurfette-inspired collection at Style 360 on Feb. 13th. And the coveted “Best fashion label named after ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Award” goes to: Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen (presenting at Industria Superstudio on Feb. 6th.)

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from Daily muse Colette (the writer, not the store!) l “If I can’t have too many truffles, I’ll do without truffles.” l “The lovesick, the betrayed, and the jealous all smell alike.” l “Give me a dozen such heartbreaks, if that would help me lose a couple of pounds.” l “Bulldogs are adorable, with faces like toads that have been sat on.” l “Nothing ages a woman like living in the country.” l “Don’t ever wear artistic jewelry; it wrecks a woman’s reputation.” l “The true traveler is he who goes on foot, and even then, he sits down a lot of the time.”

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1. Went gaga for ScarJo in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation 2. Bid adieu to the Concorde 3. Coveted Louis Vuitton’s Murakami bags 4. Signed up for your very first iTunes account 5. Could still smell meat in the Meatpacking District 6. Bobbed your head to Outkast’s “Hey Ya!” (admit it) 7. Read The New York Times headline, “Is Fashion Still Cool?” 8. Ignored the pilot of Two and a Half Men 9. Stalked your exes on Friendster 10. Bought “The South Beach Diet” in hardcover 11. Awarded Proenza Schouler the CFDA’s Emerging Talent Award 12. Thought Katie Holmes would marry her fiance Chris Klein 13. Were amazed as Lance Armstrong won his fifth Tour de France 14. Sidled up to Diddy at the opening of a little club called Marquee 15. Had never been to Brooklyn 16. Mourned the loss of Fred Rogers of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood 17. Protested the brand new war in Iraq; joked about “Freedom Fries”

Battle of the BestDressed All-Stars Vanity Fair has enlisted The Daily to choose candidates for its International Best-Dressed Challenge. All week we’ll be watching what you’re wearing and sending them our picks. Cast your vote on VanityFair.com and watch this space!

fishy business Because starving is never chic, we suggest you follow Joe Zee’s lead and make supping at the delightfully old school Ed’s Chowder House on West 63rd a Fashion Week tradition.

More Daily Love! The Daily and Maybelline New York are hosting a cocktail party at the Library Bar at the Hudson Hotel tomorrow to mark the opening of our “10 Years of Covers” exhibition, on view until February 14. So come along and take in the joy.

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Deputy Editor, and Executive Editor, 2007 - 2012 Where she is now: Executive Editor at Nylon Weirdest Daily assignment: “Spending an afternoon driving all around New York in Mrs. Herrera’s chauffeured Mercedes-Benz and talking about dogs, fashion, and tabloids.” Daily-ism you still employ: “I use French entirely too often, and I find myself nearly incapable of writing anything fashionrelated without using ‘chic’ at least once.”

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Senior Editor, 2006 - 2007 Where she is now: “I am working in real estate, my family business, with a focus on residential property management and investing. I also run a small ice cream business called Chozen that is ice cream inspired by Jewish desserts.” Weirdest Daily assignment: “Covering the Princess Races in Turks & Caicos. They flew down a bunch of socialites to compete in mini-Survivor-like activities on the beach. Think volleyball and relay races in La Perla bikinis.”

Executive Editor, 2004 - 2006 Where she is now: “I left New York City in 2007 after the birth of my first spawn and moved to Chicago.” Your recollections of life at The Daily: “Typical live day: General anxiety, occasional hysteria, excessive pictures of Tinsley Mortimer’s hair. And a tuna sandwich from Amy’s Bread.” What’s a typical day like now? “When I’m not playing the role of desperate housewife and shopping at Ikram, I’m with my two sons discussing the merits of boys’ skinny sweatpants.”

your daily dose Alumni Report Once you’ve done time at The Daily, you’re always part of la famille! Angela Gaimari, Reporter/ Writer, 2006 - 2007 Where she is now: “I manage a farm-to-table catering and event planning company called Cuisine en Locale. We do stuff like 10-course Viking feasts and groovy wedding clambakes on the Cape. I also DJ vinyl under the moniker DJ Angie Donuts a few nights a month.” Weirdest Daily assignment: “Going tanning with Kai Kühne.” What’s your post-Daily dream? “I’m thinking of buying a little house in a seaside town near Boston within the next couple of years.”

Front Row Beauty: Super ’60s Eyes! Inspiration: EDIE SEDGWICK You Saw It At… Marc Jacobs, Alice & Olivia, Marchesa

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Carolyn Murnick,

Associate Editor, 2006 Where she is now: Senior editor at New York. “I’m also working on a memoir called ‘THE HOT ONE.’” (Simon & Schuster, 2015) Weirdest Daily assignment: “Doing an ‘as told to’ with the lovely Sasha Charnin Morrison about her secret past playing a hooker in a Pat Benatar video.” Daily-ism you still employ: “We were perpetually trying to come up with a substitute for the banned word ‘fashionista.’ I still cut the word from everything I edit now.”

Peter Davis, Features

Director, 2005-2008 Where he is now: “I am the editor in chief of SCENE magazine. I am also writing a book that will scandalize the style world and which my agent, the amazing David Kuhn, will believe is real when he has it in his hand, or in his email in-box.” Weirdest Daily assignment: “Interviewing Valentino’s large family of pugs. They were utterly charming, insightful, and funny, like Mr. Valentino himself (who I also interviewed over fancy tea in his New York apartment.)” What do you miss the most about The Daily? “Brandusa’s unique and melodic accent and using the word ‘chic’ a hundred times per hour.”

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“We would never find out about what’s going on in the fashion world without The Daily. I wish The Daily 100 more years of birthdays!” —Carolina Herrera

“Happy birthday! Celebrate with all your friends and loved ones! Have a crazy night!” —Alexander Wang

“May you celebrate 100 more birthdays and keep on kicking ass.” —Betsey Johnson FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

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“Life without you would mean I’d actually tend to my work e-mails when I’m waiting for shows to start—more productive, but a lot less entertaining. My birthday wish is that you actually go daily. Enough with this seasonal stuff!” —Ariel Foxman

“A big happy birthday to you. Thanks for supporting models and what we do!” —Candice Swanepoel

“The first time I was in ‘The Daily,’ my mother called to tell me I had arrived. Here’s to 100 more years!”—Isaac Mizrahi “My first time in The Daily, people were coming up to me afterwards and quoting me verbatim. It made me realize how many people I know read it! But seriously, without The Daily I wouldn’t know half as much as I do about designers’ dogs, or who’s on which juice cleanse— and we’d all actually have to talk to each other in the front row!” —Cindi Leive

“I wish The Daily a very happy birthday and many more years to come!” —Doutzen Kroes

“Now that you’ve reached double digits, my hope is that you stay young, fun, and carefree.” —Francisco Costa

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KARL LAGERFELD… The Daily is about to turn 10, Karl. What should we ask for? Two hundred subscriptions! But we’re already free! Oh, good! Any another ideas? It depends on who is getting the gift. Gifts are not usually for companies. Good point! You don’t give a gift to a magazine! You gift the gift to the editors. No arguments here!

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“Reading The Daily is how I start every day during Fashion Week. It’s just the right balance between what you need to know and what you want to know. Happy anniversary to The Daily and many, many more.”

—Mickey Boardman

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CATCHING UP WITH…MISS PIGGY

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so...what are you getting us?

“A hardcover coffee-table book of the complete Daily oeuvre for all of us fans. Life without The Daily would be a huge bore!”—The Ruffians’ birthday wish for The Daily “A diamond ring.”—Alber Elbaz “I hope The Daily gets taken to Paris for its birthday, books into one of those super-secret VIP rooms that are allegedly still open at the Ritz, and gets someone else to pick up the check! And then scores an interview with Karl, of course.”—Cindi Leive “Lots of ad dollars. The Daily is fashion crack!”—Atoosa Rubenstein “Your very own zip code!”—Dennis Basso “If you were a tree, what kind would you be? Oh, wait a minute, you were once a tree…” —Joanna Coles on what she wants to ask The Daily

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“I was an assistant at PR Consulting, where Nike was a client. Can you tell by my headband? I had to wear it to keep the sweat off my face from my dance-athons with Bonnie Morrison.” —Keith Pollock, Du Jour, co-EIC

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“I was celebrating the 10th anniversary of working full-time at Paper!” —Mickey Boardman

“I was an intern at Marie Claire. Cute, huh?” —Kyle Anderson, accessories director, Marie Claire

“I was at Brown University, chilling with my college boyfriend. Here, I’m going to a Patriots game, wearing an awesome pair of boot-cut Sevens.” —Kimberly Ovitz

“I was promoting club nights with Boy George at Plaid.” —Marlon Gobel

“I’m not ashamed to admit that in 2003 my favorite thing to do was hang out in my freshman dorm throwing up gang signs on Abercrombie hoodies.” —John Jannuzzi

“Hmm. I was definitely rollerblading....” —Stacey Bendet

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“I was in 10th grade, living in Atlanta. It was the year I got my driver’s license.” —Wes Gordon

“As you can see, I’m holding a rabbit. Apparently, this is the only photograph that I took in 2003, because it’s the only one we could come up with. My mom would always take my sisters and me “Still celebrating my 60th to do forced family portraits for Easter. with pink champagne!” This is me with the a bunny. I’m also —Betsey Johnson bringing that cool haircut back!” —Karlie Kloss

“I was in first grade and kept a spy notebook inspired by Harriet [the Spy]. I wrote about a teacher I thought was a cyborg, before giving up and turning it into a flip-book of a toilet flushing instead.” —Tavi Gevinson

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Ten Glorious Years

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Toto, because he’s a poor, innocent thing. —Marc Jacobs on the Wizard of Oz character he most identifies with, 2010

When I first started out in the industry, I was just terrible. I always got fired. I had a bad attitude, and I basically sucked. I was practically unemployable. —Lynn Yaeger,

When we were living together, Mario [Testino] thought my boyfriend was gay and in love with him. He wasn’t.

2012

It’s a great book to read everywhere, even the loo. —DvF on Amanda Brooks’ I Heart Your Style, 2009

—Lori Goldstein, 2012

Are you kidding? Why would I mind sitting with Mrs. De la Renta and all my friends?

“Money, Money, Money.” Does that make me shallow?

—Barbara Walters on her third row seat at Oscar, 2007

—Cindi Leive on her favorite ABBA song, 2012

How much can you really be interested in clothes? —Adrian Grenier, 2007

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The renegade thing [at Sean John] was marvelous because it’s Blade Runner, it’s Matrix, it’s dominatrix. But it’s today, and it’s young, and it’s sexy. I’m going right back to order my furs. —André Leon Talley, 2003

s WHAT? In 20 seasons of covering your every move, The Daily has heard your confessions, your proclamations, your boasts, and your brilliance. Herewith, a few gems...

I had my whole jail cell filled with Alexander Wang. They can’t lock us down! —Foxy Brown, 2008

Let’s face it, you cannot be an editor in chief in Manhattan unless you are a Scorpio. It’s in the job description. If you’re not a Scorpio, my advice to other would-be editors in chief would be to lie. —Glenda Bailey, 2008

It was so beautiful, it was disgusting. —Bee Shaffer on Proenza Schouler, 2006

I don’t have anyone to cuddle up to. I made up an ad that said, “If you are in your eighties, have a jet and a convertible, call me.

The Addams Family is the barometer of style. —Chris

—Cathy Horyn on Art Ortenberg, 2010

—EILEEN FORD, 2012

8 2 0 0 0 2 0 9 7 0 20 0 1 I ate no meat for seven months in college, and then I made a quick detour to the grocery store. I rushed to a package of bologna, ripped it open, and ate the entire thing standing in the aisle. I took the empty package to the checkout line. —Tim Gunn, 2011

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I think I could fix Leonardo DiCaprio, make his look, give him a little bit more swagger, instead of feeling like his stylist did it. Who’s that Irish actor? Colin Farrell? I think he’d look hot in some of my shit.

Carolina’s show is in the morning. Very poor idea. We’re not farmers! —Fran Lebowitz, 2012

—Puff Daddy, 2003

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If she’s raw in Europe, the only place she’ll be hitting is the bathroom. —Joe Zee on Anne Slowey’s diet while abroad, 2008

I have Prada bags under my eyes. —Lily Donaldson, 2006

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Being nice is chic, but being an asshole seems more fashionable. —Zac Posen, 2003

If you want to get into Marc Jacobs, just show up with three pizzas and tell them you’re a delivery person. —Suzy Menkes, 2006

He’s a cross between a wood nymph and an angel.—Kirstie Alley on dAILY DArling Zang Toi, 2011

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Karl saw me before anybody had any interest! He said, ‘Look at this weird-looking hairy girl! Too skinny! Too much hair!’ People were like, ‘What do we do with it?’ Karl was like, ‘Put her in couture!’

Her name is Drizzle…and my name is Tommy Bomby, or Tommy the Bomb. —Tommy

Dress half as well as Stefano Tonchi. —Trip Gabriel’s career advice,

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I love visiting my grandmother, Sonia, in her country house in France. We would do all sorts of bad things when I was growing up. She taught me how to play poker. We were the best because we were good liars. But if we played against each other, she always won.

2011

Hey, yeah, Dior, give me some free stuff! None of this discount shit! —Missy Elliot, 2006

—Lola Rykiel, 2012

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I’ll be honest, but you’ll die. 25. I’m still dating him. We did it, and we’re still doing it. I’m a publicist’s nightmare, but an interviewer’s dream. —Rachel An-

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Wearing a designer to that designer’s show is ridiculous. It’s like wearing a Coldplay tee to a Coldplay concert. The only exception is Metallica. —Lauren Santo Domingo, 2006

I’m very Hermès oriented. I was wrapped in a Hermès blanket when I was born. —John Demsey, 2006

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Designers: Nolan Bellavance and Ava Hama Launched: 2013 Birthplace: (NB) Alberta, Canada (AH) Manhattan Astro sign: (NB) Taurus/Gemini (AH) Aries Industry cred: 2013 winner of the MADE for Peroni Young Designer Award Secret skill: (NB) “Gifted voice actor despite being tone deaf” (AH) “Can wiggle my ears” Nerd factor: (NB) “Sci-fi fanatic” (AH) “Father created G.I. Joe” First summer job: (NB) “Grocery stock boy” (AH) “Paid internship at Theory” Dream gig: (NB) “Film director” (AH) “Food critic” Hobbies: (NB) “Collecting elephant figurines” (AH) “Adding to my vast lip balm collection” Rap song: (NB) “‘How Many Licks’ by Lil’ Kim” Distraction: (NB) “Scientific American” (AH) “Apartamento” Pets: (NB) “Edie Sedgwick, my 6-year-old cat” Fun fact: “Nolan’s slept more nights on Ava’s couch than he’s slept in his own apartment in four years”

Tim Cop pens Designer: Tim Coppens Launched: 2011 Key retailers: Barneys, Louis Boston, Tokyo’s Isetan, and London’s LN-CC and Dover Street Market Birthplace: Belgium Stats: Senior designer at Adidas, design director at RLX Industry cred: 2013 FGI Rising Star award for menswear and 2012 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation award for best new menswear

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Maki Oh Designer: Maki Osakwe Launched: 2010 Key retailers: Maryam Nassir Zadeh and Totokaelo Birthplace: Lagos, Nigeria, where the label is based Astro sign: Virgo Mentors: “Tonye Osakwe and Duro Olowu” First summer job: “Worked at London fashion week as a hostess” Dream job: “Dancer for Fela Kuti” Hobbies: “I like to smell things” Obsession: “Auras, energy, and chi” Industry bestie: Adobe Photoshop Motto: “Gentlemen, start your engines, and may the best woman win” Distraction: “Does Wallpaper count?” Voted most likely to: “Try to become a Formula 1® driver” Can’t live without: “Teas and clicky pencils” Illicit crush: “Nigerian musician Burna Boy” Pipeline projects: “Maki Oh accessories”

Tanya Ta ylor Designer: Tanya Viyada Taylor Launched: 2011 Key retailers: Moda Operandi, Louis Boston, United Arrows, Satine, and Owen Stats: Former designer at Elizabeth and James Birthplace: Toronto Astro sign: Sagittarius Mentor: “My Persian cat, Oscar. He has a way with fur.” Nerd factor: “I can remember the number of every credit card I have ever owned.” First summer job: “Window display girl at a vintage store called PaperBag Princess” Dream gig: “Ballet dancer…or accountant” Bedside read: “Men Are Stupid, Women Are Crazy” Distraction: “Garden and Gun” Voted most likely to: “Fall asleep midsentence” Survival technique: “Coconut water, pomegranate seeds, and dancing” Can’t live without: “La Colombe coffee” Illicit crush: “The possible son of Rose Byrne and Ryan Gosling” Pipeline project: “Working on a coffee academy in Haiti with The Clinton Foundation”

Ostwald Helgas on Designers: Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgason Launched: 2008 Key retailers: Browns Focus, Opening Ceremony, Fivestory, Louis Boston, Ikram, Brown Thomas, and Club 21 Birthplace: (SO) Germany (IH) Iceland Astro sign: (SO) Sagittarius (IH) Aries Mentor: (SO) “Marjan Pejoski” Secret skill: (SO) “Tetris” (IH) “PC Man” First summer job: (SO) “Archiving for a German writer” (IH) “Gardener” Dream gig: (SO) “Zookeeper” (IH) “Bioengineer” Obsession: (SO) “K-Stew and shiny things” (IH) “Reese’s Cups” Industry besties: “Mira Duma, Anya Ziourova, and Natalie Joos” Motto: (IH) “At least nobody died!” Distraction: (SO) “The New Yorker” (IH) “The Economist” Survival technique: “Keep running and don’t look down”

Public S chool Designers: Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne Launched: 2007 Key retailers: Barneys, Bloomingdale’s, Odin, and Ron Herman Stats: (DC) Former creative director at Sean Jean (MO) Former intern at Sean Jean Birthplace: NYC Astro sign: (DC) Pisces (MO) Virgo Industry cred: CFDA Incubator alums Secret skill: (DC) “Lightsaber” (MO) “Rolling a perfect cigarette” Nerd factor: “Our last answer” First summer job: (DC) “Selling rollerblades at Paragon” (MO) “Working retail at Tommy Hilfiger” Motto: “Find perfection in imperfection” Distraction: “New York Times Magazine” Voted most likely to: (DC) “Get pregnant after graduation” (MO) “Get arrested” Survival technique: “Stop, drop, and roll” Illicit crush: “This week? Kat Dennings!” Pipeline projects: “Accessories, made in New York denim, and our own retail shop” And we quote: “This questionnaire took us three hours to answer.”

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Designers: Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin Launched: 2011 Key retailers: La Garçonne, Ron Herman, Owen, United Arrows, Isetan, and My Chameleon Stats: (RL) Former buyer, stylist, and EIC of Pages (RM) Former design director at Derek Lam Birthplace: (RL) Kolkata, India (RM) Sydney, Australia Astro sign: (RL) Capricorn (RM) Sagittarius First summer job: (RL) McDonald’s (RM) KFC Dream gig: “Hammock tester” Survival technique: “Tuck and roll” Distraction: “The World of Interiors” Illicit crush: “Macaulay Culkin” Secret skill: “Various jazz ballet exploits” And we quote: “Ryan is a little more ‘Like a Prayer’ whereas Ramon is all about ‘Vogue’.” Bedside read: (RM) “City Boy by Edmund White” Rap song: “‘How Many Licks’ by Lil’ Kim” Voted most likely to: “Eat junk food.”

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Designer: Micah Cohen Launched: 2009 Key retailers: Bloomingdale’s, Simons (Canada), American Rag, Atrium, Alter, and Confederacy Birthplace: Los Angeles Astro sign: Leo Mentor: “30 Rock’s Jack Donaghy” Nerd factor: “Trek and Wars” First summer job: “I was not an ice cream taster for Suge Knight, but I did work at a car wash in Valencia.” Dream gig: “Basketball player or pop star” Hobbies: “Snuggling…big spoon or little spoon” Music: “I have the musical taste of a 13-year-old girl.” Typical Saturday night: “I’ll go to some art gallery opening downtown, dinner at Sugarfish, drinks at Varnish, party at Soho House, movies on the couch with my girlfriend, then snuggle time! Pretty much every weekend I do all of that, except the art gallery opening, drinks at Varnish, and Soho House.” Distraction: “Road & Track or Discover” And we quote: “I do a lot of trend research in Playboy.” FA S H I O N W E E K D A I L Y. C O M

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Is In Session At the ripe old age of 20, the Midwest’s sexiest export has a stack of European contracts, her very own cookie line, the haircut of the year, and a deal with Mercedes-Benz. Did we mention she wants to go to Harvard? BY EDDIE ROCHE

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How was Berlin Fashion Week, Karlie? It was a whirlwind adventure. It was covered in snow, but I actually got to enjoy watching a show for once. It was nice being on the other side of the chaos! What show did you see? I saw a young designer, Degree Fahrenheit. It gave me a whole new perspective on things. Now that I’ve been in the audience, I’m much more aware. You can see how many times the person on the runway is blinking and even breathing! When you’re actually on the runway, you sort of shut everything out. You don’t think about anyone because it would be overwhelming to actually know who’s watching. I’m going to be a lot more self-aware on the runway now. You’d never been to a show before? No, that was the first time. Really? Unless you count my high school fashion show! [Laughs]. But even then I don’t think I got a frontrow seat.

actually the time to get it insured! Thoughts on your pal Jason Wu designing for the First Lady again? I’m so proud of him. The career he’s had in such a short amount of time is incredible. It’s truly just the beginning, but to have the recognition and validation of someone like Michelle Obama is huge. He’s going to be around for a very long time, but the fact that he did the two consecutive [inaugural ball] dresses will go down in history. The photos of you two together are always adorable. We’re the ultimate duo. He’s the one who puts me in heels and makes me even taller. It’s his fault! When did you do the Vogue shoot on Staten Island with Annie Leibovitz? We shot it in December, long after Hurricane Sandy. It was in-

“Now I feel all this pressure to start cramming for the SATs. I even bought an SAT prep book. You should help me study!” How many seasons have you been walking now? I’d have to count. I’ve completely lost track. This is my fifteenth? I’m not sure. I know it’s a lot, and that I’m going into this season as a seasoned veteran. [Laughs] It’s my favorite time of the year, and when I get to see everyone. That’s what’s so special about shows. The last time we spoke, for The Daily Berlin, it got picked up around the world because you said you wanted to go to Harvard. Why do you think people were so curious about that? Transitioning from a fashion career into college isn’t always the norm, so that’s something slightly different about me. I don’t know why it got picked up like it did, though. Now I feel pressure to start cramming for the SATs. I even bought an SAT prep book. You should help me study! Sure. Do you usually read what people write about you? To be honest, I don’t. I’m not very tech-savvy in the first place, and I’m slow to reply to emails. Every once in a while, I do see what’s out there, but 90 percent of it probably goes right by me, both good and bad, which is probably for the better. I just stick to doing what I’m good at and try to avoid the noise. Your haircut has been getting a lot of press lately. The Times called it the cut of the year! It’s kind of unbelievable. I’m not sure how it became such a phenomenon, but I’m excited that it’s inspired other women to feel empowered enough to make the chop. I feel like I’m in good company. I saw recently that Michelle Obama has a similar sort of ‘do. I’ve seen a lot of people recently doing a new cut for the New Year, and it’s really empowering and an honor to have that sort of recognition for my cut. I was in a coffee shop yesterday and I heard this group of girls talking about “the chop.” They didn’t realize that I was totally eavesdropping on their conversation. You may be too young, but do you remember Jennifer Aniston’s “The Rachel” from Friends? Of course! Come on! Are you going to get your hair insured? I probably should, knowing how brutal it is during the shows. But it feels really healthy right now since I cut it and haven’t had any real damage. So maybe this is

credible and an honor to meet the first responders. It was so humbling. And the chance to interact with them is is not something that I would have had the opportunity to do otherwise. Did you think it might be controversial at the time? The story itself and the photographs are, in my opinion, a tribute to these incredible heroes and pays respect to them. It was an honor to be a part of it, because it was celebrating all of their incredible work. Are there any legendary photographers left that you haven’t worked with? I would have loved to work with Helmut Newton, Richard Avedon, and Irving Penn. I was born in the wrong era! I wish that I was born a little bit earlier and had the chance to work with the greats. Are you an old soul? Entirely. I miss the film days. I was sort of on the tail end of film. I’ve worked with Paolo Roversi, who still uses quite a bit of film when he can get his hands on it. I’m old-fashioned in many ways, especially when it comes to fashion. I’m very nostalgic. There are so many incredible eras in fashion; the ’90s, the ’70s, the Halston era, the grunge era, and the ’60s in London. I don’t know, I wish I had a time machine so that I could experience each one of them. But the thing is, the world is also incredibly interesting right now, just in an entirely different way.

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When the most talented intern to ever work in fashion isn’t returning your calls, what’s a Daily reporter to do? We staked out the neighborhood near Oscar de la Renta’s midtown atelier and put our investigative powers to the test. You can

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Have you ever seen John Galliano shopping here? I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s been here before. A lot of celebrities come. How many pirate outfits do you sell a year? We sell a pirate outfit every single day. If John wanted to go incognito, what look would you recommend? V for Vendetta would be cool. We could do something like Vegas show girl. He’s pretty eccentric. Do you carry a John Galliano costume? It would be very easy to put that together.

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This guy recently started working in the ‘hood. Have you seen him? Maybe, but I don’t recognize him in the picture. He’s working at Oscar de la Renta. Ok! What do you think John would buy here? Maybe yogurt. How do you think he’d like his coffee? Sweet with skim milk.

Missed CONNECTIONS! When John’s in town he often stays at The Lowell. We tried to get a hold of him there! Good evening and thank you for calling The Lowell Hotel, this is Eloise speaking. How may I assist you? Hi! Can I have John Galliano’s room, please. Excuse me? John Galliano, please. Can I put you on a brief hold? Sure! (Hold music returns. Violins.) Thank you for holding. I don’t have anyone under that name staying in the hotel. Bummer! Thank you! Page Six reported that John and Grace Coddington were spotted having a bite together at Sant Ambroeus on a recent Sunday. We rang them up to get the skinny… Good Evening! Sant Ambroeus downtown. How may I help you? Hi there. We’re calling from The Daily. We recently read in Page Six that John Galliano came in with Grace Coddington for brunch a few weeks ago. Can you tell me what he ordered? I’m going to put you in touch with my manager. (Hold music. Quite funky!)

Thank you for holding! This is Todd. How can I help you? Hi Todd. We understand that John and Grace Coddington came in for brunch. What did he eat? Any press queries have to be directed to our corporate office. There’s a lady that takes care of that. Her name is Chiara. We call and leave a message. Five minutes later, Chiara returns our call... Hello! Hi! This is Chiara returning your call! We understand that John Galliano was at your West Village location recently. We have so many celebrities that come through our restaurant and they always come because we keep it private. I’m sorry I can’t help you. Have a lot of people inquired about what he ate? I have to say that you are the first! A lot of people in the industry picked up the story on their blogs. It was everywhere! Absolutely. It was a great thing, but we try not to take advantage.

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Darpin Darpin, Owner, Bazaar PERFUMES John’s working nearby now. Have you seen him? No, but I’m waiting for him. We sell his perfume. He’s a very big name, but I’m a bit disappointed with sales. Nobody has asked for it in a while. Would you hire John Galliano? He’d bring in a lot of clients. I’d be stupid to say no. John for a day! John for a whole life! I wouldn’t mind. Where should he hang out in the fashion district? There’s a great sushi place near The Times building. Gregory’s coffee is also across the street. Do you think people should get second chances? It depends on what kind of mistake they made.

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eye-witness account! Dancer Todd Allen got fit next to John at Equinox’s 19th Street gym and Tweeted his sighting. We called him for the scoop... How did you know it was John? It was obviously him. He’s very specific looking. What was he wearing? A white long sleeve T-shirt and some crazy printed sweatpants, and the same kind of Newton running shoes that I had on. How did he run on the treadmill? He was actually walking. And you’ve spotted him again! I saw him Tuesday morning around 8:00 a.m. I posted on Facebook about my sighting, because only in New York are you rolling on a foam roller next to John Galliano. What was the reaction? It set a lot of people off that I had just mentioned him. Some people commented that he wasn’t relevant. Someone said ‘Nobody wants to look like a pirate anymore.’ I got 42 “likes.” What kind of mood was he in? When I noticed we had the same shoes, I said, ‘Nice shoes!’ And he said, ‘Yes, they are nice shoes.’ He didn’t seem angry or unhappy. Would you talk to him again? I find his work so inspiring. He’s an artist. However you choose to feel about him and your opinion about what he’s said in the past is up to you, but he’s a genius. Did he look healthy? Completely. And a little tan. How much do you think he can bench? Oh, not much. He and his trainer didn’t seem like they were working especially hard.

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