Lorraine Cwelich

Kickstarter, Trump Tower, and the Triumph of New Media Art at Postmasters Gallery

December 20, 2019

The gallery’s latest exhibition explores the nature of work in the current economy.


September 12, 2014

The audience at the Delpozo Spring 2015 show on Wednesday would not be surprised to find that Creative Director Josep Font began his design career as an architect.

Concept Korea

September 12, 2014

The Concept Korea SS15 show held Tuesday at Lincoln Center proved once again just how much talent thrives beyond the five boroughs.


September 8, 2014

Roman Polanski, Stanley Kubrick, and Joseph Altuzarra’s upcoming wedding all influenced Altuzarra’s S/S 2015 collection.

Prabal Gurung

September 8, 2014

Prabal Gurung presented a Spring/Summer 2015 collection that was both architecturally sophisticated and beautifully wearable.

Gareth Pugh’s Fashion Exhibition

September 5, 2014

Experimental British designer Gareth Pugh’s multimedia installation/fashion presentation at Pier 36, Lexus Design Disrupted, earned the ultimate NYFW honor last night: it is the only show Sarah Jessica Parker will be attending this week.

This is Our Youth

April 21, 2014

Beneath the Harvest Sky, which screens this week at the Tribeca Film Festival, is a gritty, wrong-side-of the-tracks story with echoes of Winter’s Bone and The Place Beyond the Pines.

Wes Anderson’s European Adventure

March 4, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel is writer-director Wes Anderson’s most ambitious project to date.

Emma Roberts, Young Adult

February 14, 2014

For those who are headed to anti-Valentine’s Day bashes and ordering up black roses, we suggest an entertaining alternative: Adult World, an edgy, funny indie whose black little heart is more genuine than all those fake red ones.

The Belle of The Athena Film Festival

February 10, 2014

Astounding is the only word to describe Belle: astounding that it was directed by a second-time filmmaker; astounding that what looks like a $250 million film was made for under $10 million, and, most of all, astounding that it is based on a true story.

Prabal Gurung Dreams of Nepal

February 10, 2014

Prabal Gurung was standing backstage at Moynihan Station on Saturday, in between a mood board and polaroids of his Fall 2014 collection, with a foot in each world.

Callie Khouri’s American Woman

February 6, 2014

In screenwriter and director Callie Khouri’s world, complex, interesting women are front and center. For her trailblazing portraits of strong women in film and television, Khouri will be honored at the Athena Film Festival Awards Ceremony on February 8.

The Man Who Cried Wolf

December 21, 2013

“We tried to depict a modern-day Caligula and all the debauchery that comes with it,” said Leonardo DiCaprio of his latest film The Wolf of Wall Street.

Dermot Mulroney & the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwrights

December 20, 2013

August: Osage County is the story of the dysfunctional Weston family in Oklahoma. Dermot Mulroney plays Karen Weston’s fiancé—an oft-married, Ferrari-driving realtor from Florida who hits on Karen’s 14-year-old niece.

Stanley Tucci’s Two-Man Show

December 13, 2013

Stanley Tucci’s new film, Some Velvet Morning, features the most surprising ending of any film this year—one of its many pleasures is the all-too-rare moviegoing experience of utter unpredictability.

Badgley Mischka’s Mermaid Heiress

September 12, 2013

Badgley Mischka showed highly wearable day separates (including crop tops with palazzo pants) before presenting the main event: their evening gowns.

ICB by Prabal Gurung is a Moonage Daydream

September 11, 2013

“I’ve always been interested in a femininity with a bite,” Prabal Gurung told Interview backstage at his ICB show last night. “I always think a little bit of a kick is great.”

Charlotte Ronson’s Sixties Siren

September 10, 2013

“This season I’m inspired by a Parisian girl in New York,” Charlotte Ronson told us.

Olga Kurylenko on Malick and Cruise

April 12, 2013

In To The Wonder, Olga Kuryleno plays a French woman who enchants, marries, and ultimately leaves Ben Affleck. Like Javier Bardem, who portrays a Spanish-speaking priest, Kurylenko’s scenes are entirely subtitled, imparting a foreign-film texture to the Oklahoma-based story.

David Chase’s Teenage Dreams

December 20, 2012

The Sopranos creator David Chase has a shelf full of Emmys—seven, to be exact—but always dreamed of making the leap from television to feature films. With Not Fade Away, he’s finally realized that dream.