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Margot Robbie, Greta Gerwig and More Nominees Don Dazzling Designs at Vanity Fair’s 2018 Oscars After-Party

Margot Robbie, Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2018As the 2018 Oscars wrapped, the stars–and their fashions–headed to Vanity Fair’s annual after-party. Rest assured–it was as glamorous as ever.
Following the usual party protocol,…

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Angelina Jolie Refutes Vanity Fair’s Portrayal Of Controversial Auditions

The actress faced critics after the magazine said her directors gave Cambodian children money, then took it away.
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Capsule, Liberty Fairs to Add Consumer Component Via Frenzy App

Shopify’s flash sales app Frenzy continues its push to grow its business in the U.S., striking a partnership with Liberty Fairs and Capsule tied to New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
The app, which has made some inroads within streetwear as a tool to help brands and retailers with product drops, will help make certain pieces from designers available for sale through its app as part of special presentations happening at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in conjunction with the Capsule and Liberty Fairs trade shows.
“There’s never been an official partnership between the trade fairs and the CFDA so fashion week now extends to market week,” said Capsule director Christopher Corrado.
Layering in the capabilities of Frenzy adds to that partnership, Corrado continued.
“It really does lay the path for the future of the way that we hope to engage consumers in our trade event.…There’s been obviously a lot of conversation around the seasonality of the fashion industry and how we capitalize on all the excitement that happens around a runway presentation and how we actually engage the end consumer and that’s exactly what Frenzy does from an event producer opinion.”
Participating brands include Band of Outsiders, Arc’teryx Veilance, Necessity Sense, Daniel Patrick, DDugoff

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Viola Davis, Emma Stone and More Oscar Winners Make a Stylish Splash at Vanity Fair’s 2017 Oscars After-Party

Viola Davis, 2017 Oscars, Vanity Fair After PartyThis year’s Oscar winners had the best accessory at Vanity Fair’s annual after-party–their golden statue.
After award festivities (and a touch of confusion) wrapped up at the…

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Matiere to Partner With Liberty Fairs on Pop-up Shop

Matiere is partnering with trade show Liberty Fairs on a pop-up shop.
The Los Angeles-based men’s wear brand, which is known for its fabric selection, will create a pop-up at the Liberty Concept Space in Los Angeles.
The shop, which runs from Saturday to Sept. 27, will feature Matiere’s fall collection alongside other brands including Lucky Selectism eyewear, ETQ Amsterdam footwear and Graf & Lantz bags.
The space will also showcase pieces from local artists including Kate Bonner, who will exhibit her work the first two weeks of the pop-up, and photographer Nicholas Maggio, who will preview his pictures the last two weeks.
Liberty Fairs opened this concept space in 2013. Brands including Toms and eyewear line Nothing & Company have also held pop-ups at the store.

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Start Your Own Arts and Crafts Business: Retail, Carts and Kiosks, Craft Shows, Street Fairs

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The Miami Art Fairs, Part 2

They’re are several personal ‘museums’ created by private collectors in Miami. My first stop today was at the Rubell Family Collection. After seeing various exhibitions there over the years I’ve grown impressed with their vision, pursuit of new territory and advocacy fora broad array of artists on the rise. This year they are presenting their significant acquisitions of Chinese art.

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I visited Miami’s brilliant, new Perez Museum, which gives the city a powerful world class museum, passionately designed by Herzog & de Meuron. The viewing experience is sublime with a retrospective of Ai Weiwei and an insightful, inclusive Latin embracing exhibition of “Americana.” I’m tired of cookie-cutter museums with their checklists of requisite art and no sense of what city your in. Not here. This is an international, American museum; personal and relevant.

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And with that, it was off to the art fairs with a visit to the Miami Project, with good light, wide aisles and friendly galleries. Many of the galleries today were doing a lot of business after being slow yesterday while the Miami Basel show opened with their high-priced art. Lots of collectors were relieved to find art within their price range at the satellite fairs, which is not to say it was inexpensive.

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It was a short walk to Art Miami, which has been around longer. With more galleries, narrower aisles and larger crowds, there were some galleries that I thought were clunkers, showing art that bordered a kitsch, yet there was still a lot of quality.

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More art tomorrow. Thanks for following along.

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Sell Your Jewelry: How to Start a Jewelry Business and Make Money Selling Jewelry at Boutiques, Fairs, Trunk Shows, and Etsy

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