This fall, though, it's all about baggier shapes. In mood-boarding this season's beauty look, the pair landed on Moira Shearer's iconic graphic eyeliner and red lips in 1948's The Red Shoes. On view are works from East Hampton icons like Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, but Andy Warhol, Thomas Moran, Childe Hassam, Roy Lichtenstein, and Willem de Kooning are also accounted for among others.
Who and what are we getting fabulously dressed up for right now The industry is Golden Goose in a strange limbo moment where brands are walking a fine line between how they've traditionally operated and trying to anticipate an uncertain future. They came back into fashion in the '60s, when fans adopted them to signal a cute bohemian bent.
I think back to Alexander www.goldengoosers.com McQueen's fall 1996 where it was all about butt cleavage and Kate Moss' derriere peeking out from the lowest trousers imaginable, or Tom Ford sending his Gucci hippies down the runway in feather and floral jeans that showed off their hips back in spring 1999.
If you're like me, you miss the thrill of getting dressed every day and having an office space to go to that is full of energy and ideas. The fantastical spaces teemed with surprise-one room was carpeted floor-to-ceiling in pink faux fur; in another, actors dressed as historical figures Jackie Kennedy, Queen Elizabeth partook in arm-wrestling matches over dinner; and a third had pom-pom-wielding cheerleaders bouncing up and down in Vivier go-go boots.
And for New York City Ballet's Corps de Ballet dancer India Bradley, the arrival of fashion's most inspired styles-like Miu Miu and Dries van Noten leg warmers or a Jacquemus full-body mohair sweater set below-is cosmically timed with the return of live performances.