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The Sartorialist’s Show, by the Numbers

The Sartorialist, openly judging you.Photo: WireImage

The fashion, art, and Web worlds seem to be enjoying a tantric threesome as of late, happily tangled in a mutual embrace. First there was the Met Costume Institute’s blog.mode exhibit, and now Sartorialist Scott Schuman has his Danziger Projects exhibition. With his show closing this Saturday, we wanted to take a look inside — of course, knowing fully well that the Condé-employed photographer would pack his exhibit with pictures full of editors donning their priciest wares. Alas, two of our favorite Condé personalities, Anna Wintour and Candy Pratts Price, weren’t gracing the walls. But no worries: There was plenty of other high-fashion eye candy to keep us occupied. So who made the big show’s cut?

3 Editors on Display
• Hamish Bowles, of Vogue, dashing as ever in a gray suit with a spring-green scarf.
• French Vogue’s Carine Roitfeld, looking ass-kickingly chic in all black.
• Lynn Yaeger, of the Village Voice, toting a Fendi bag.

4 Models on Display
Jessica Stam, sporting a knit beret, Ray Bans, and a black Balenciaga bag.
Sheila Marquez, pairing brown leather ankle boots with a leather vest worn over a billowing white blouse.
Agyness Deyn, dark-haired as she was during Milan’s 2007 shows, and wearing nothing less than electric-blue pants.
• Judith Bedard, riding a bicycle in black skinny pants with her agency book in the basket.

For the rest of you who aren’t editors or models but are nonetheless yearning for a moment of glory on Schuman’s blog, a tip: Go for a bold accessory. Many of the girls pictured were wearing brightly colored shoes or chunky belts, and men were often snapped in with colorful ties or scarves. Otherwise, Schuman leans toward the sleek-leather-jacket-and-dark-sunglasses look. —Kendall Herbst

The Sartorialist’s Show, by the Numbers