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Keren Craig

  1. across the pond
    Marchesa Is Headed to London This FallShowing at London Fashion Week.
  2. the hit list
    14 Shining Moments From Wednesday at Fashion WeekWaiting for Kanye.
  3. smell ya later
    Marchesa Got Their Perfume Oscar-Ready, TooIt comes in a pretty swank mirrored box.
  4. party chat
    Vogue Editors on Paul Ryan, Halloween CostumesCarolyn Murphy asks herself, “What would Linda Evangelista do?”
  5. mt-haaay
    Video: Fire Drills and Maharishi at MarchesaThere was lots of excitement — and a fire marshal — at the show’s Grand Central Terminal location.
  6. beauty marks
    Marchesa’s First FragranceGeorgina and Keren say it won’t smell too sweet.
  7. photo ops
    Please Enjoy This Fabulous Picture of Anna Wintour on a Subway PlatformWith Hamish Bowles, Victoria Beckham, and Marchesa’s Keren Craig.
  8. put a ring on it
    Nicole Richie Is Reportedly to Wed in MarchesaShe apparently visited the Marchesa offices last week for a fitting.
  9. loose threads
    Karl Lagerfeld to Arrive in New York on the First Day of Fashion Week; Marchesa Ladies to Write Advice ColumnAlso, Beyoncé is on the September cover of ‘Self’!
  10. party lines
    Marchesa Keeps Four Dogs in the Office Who Sometimes Behave BadlyKeren Craig’s dog may think the world is his bathroom.
  11. circle of life
    Keren Craig on Bearing Child, Showing Line in Same Week: ‘Interesting!’She gamely greeted attendees at the Marchesa presentation yesterday — after giving birth on Monday.
  12. beauty marks
    Marchesa Launches a Makeup Line; New Creams Contain Real GoldAlso Chanel’s new Bergdorf counter includes a PlayStation, Tattoo Goo will prevent your tattoos from discoloring, and DSquared2 launches the masculine She Wood perfume.
  13. run through
    Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig Define Their Marchesa RelationshipGeorgina is the “designer” and Keren is the “co-founder.” Georgina wants everyone to get it straight.
  14. new york fugging city
    The Fug Girls Present Their Biannual Fashion Week Awards for the Fourth TimeJust when we thought Fashion Week held no more surprises, we discovered that, as usual, we were wrong. After all, if sharing air space with K-Fed, J.Lo, and Liza Minnelli (L.Mi?) wasn’t enough to shake us out of our jaded, hard-hearted cynicism for a moment, nothing is. And though the last eight days were often exhausting and occasionally eye-crossing, they were also, as ever, tremendously fun. Here are a few highlights:
  15. new york fugging city
    Jennifer Lopez Is Really Fugging Pregnant!Eliza Dushku officially learned the hard way the First Rule of Fashion Week: Don’t arrive at the same time as J.Lo does. When we noticed Dushku and her brother Nate at Wednesday’s Marchesa presentation, we scampered over to check out her dress and then completely forgot about her the second we noticed La Lopez and her svelte hand warmer, Marc Anthony, a mere two feet away.
  16. show & tell
    As the Tents Turn: Isaac’s Back, Marc by Marc’s Gone, Look Out for Agyness Dean With the collections hitting Bryant Park for the last time (please, Mayor Bloomberg, don’t make us hoof it to the Javits Center), we’re armed and ready for the season’s big changes. London calling: One of Fashion Week’s hottest invites will be missing this season. Marc by Marc Jacobs is now showing across the pond, coinciding with the opening of the designer’s new flagship store. Model down! Runway favorite Gemma Ward is skipping the season to shoot The Black Balloon with Toni Collette. We’re not saying Ward was typecast or anything, but she is playing a pretty young thing. Couldn’t she work in a coal mine? Target hawker Isaac Mizrahi makes his grand comeback with a new collection and show on Monday, February 5, at 475 Tenth Avenue, near 36th Street. Jeremy Scott is moving his often ridiculous, always outrageous show back to Paris, where he debuted in ‘97. We’ll miss the strip-club after-party. After first canceling his show (his “goods” didn’t arrive on time), Stephen Burrows is now hosting a fall press preview. Tara Subkoff and Trovata shows, however, aren’t rising from the dead. Trovata split earlier this year citing “creative differences.”