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Damien Hirst

  1. party lines
    Party Pics: The First Wave From Art Basel MiamiThe pilgrimage to South Florida has begun.
  2. but is it art?
    Damien Hirst’s Backpacks for the Row Are Selling FastThey’re $55,000 each.
  3. kids these days
    Harper Beckham’s First Commissioned Artwork Is a Damien HirstPaid for by her parents.
  4. loose threads
    Emmanuelle Alt’s Advent Playlist; Madonna’s Mild Case of Middleton ManiaPlus, Hilary Rhoda’s new cover of Numéro Tokyo.
  5. cover girls (and boys)
    Exclusive First Look: Four More New Dazed & Confused CoversMore of the twenty new covers, before the magazine hits newsstands tomorrow.
  6. design hunting
    Design Hunting: Art and Shopping at Prada and the Gagosian Gallery StoreA collection of cool things and good design ideas happening now.
  7. loose threads
    Carla Bruni Is in Town, Wearing Clothes; Giorgio Armani Waits for PuddingAlso, Anna Sui’s T-shirts for Target have grammatical problems.
  8. popscorn
    Rodarte Celebrates Stem-Cell Scientists in the New Issue of PopIt’s either weird enough to work or not weird enough at all.
  9. popscorn
    Another Pop Cover With Tavi Has SurfacedThere are apparently four covers for Dasha Zhukova’s first issue.
  10. first looks
    Damien Hirst’s Fall ’08 Collection for Levi’sWe have pictures of the new line!
  11. backstage video
    Video: Vincent Gallo and Andrew Andrew Swoon Over Male Models, Damien Hirst JeansThe crowd at the Warhol Factor X Levi’s X Damien Hirst show — or, more simply, “that Damien Hirst Levi’s thing” — at Gagosian Gallery last night was a study in twins.
  12. party lines
    Jeremy Piven Falls Over Petra Nemcova at Prada Of all the Fashion Week parties, the Prada-store event will always be good. They couldn’t possibly top their last big Fashion Week bash with the Raconteurs, but we figured they might come close. And they did, sort of. We’d been looking forward to hearing Damien Hirst’s formerly crack-addicted “maverick fucking geezer” friend Antony Green and his band the Hours play beneath a mockup of Hirst’s $100 million skull. But pretty much from the second they started, we started to doze off. There were soundboard issues, and the music did not rock. Instead, we counted the celebs who had been able to squeeze their tiny bodies onto the steps opposite the stage (which is right in front of that big curvy thing in the middle of the store). Quite a few, it turned out.