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Size-inclusive E-tailer 11 Honoré Opening Pop-up Shop During NYFW

Size-inclusive e-commerce site 11 Honoré is connecting the runway to retail during New York Fashion Week.
At the site’s runway show at Spring Studios tonight, attendees will be able to scan Shopify-enabled QR codes on their smartphones to access and buy spring and pre-fall looks in sizes 12 to 18 by designers Adam Lippes, Altuzarra, Brandon Maxwell, Camilla, Christian Siriano, Chromat, Cushnie, Christopher Kane, Haney, Huishan Zhang, Jason Wu, JC Obando, Jonathan Simkhai, Lela Rose, Marchesa, Prabal Garung, Roland Mouret and more. Then, 11 Honoré will follow that up with a physical pop-up shop open Feb. 7 to 14 at 157 Hudson Street with inventory of styles shown on the runway and more from the site.
“We’re a mission-driven company, and we are using this as a platform to drive awareness around inclusivity and diversity in fashion, so what better way than producing our own runway show with the top designers we work with, and opening fashion week to create meaningful dialogue around the issue?,” said 11 Honoré chief executive officer and founder Patrick Herning. “We wanted to extend the runway into a physical presence so customers can experience the brand and we can do sales,” he said of the store, made

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EXCLUSIVE: Heron Preston on Opening Paris Men’s Fashion Week

PARIS — “Streetwear on the runways of Paris has always been that vision that I’ve shared with my friends, the ultimate opportunity to present some new fresh ideas in a city and platform that we have always looked up to,” said Heron Preston, who today at the Palais de Tokyo will present the first runway show of his namesake label, as part of the official calendar of Paris Men’s Fashion Week.
Call him a quick learner. Preston, who was “raised” by the skate culture in San Francisco where he grew up, and who first started making noise in 2012 with his art-project bootleg spins on the Givenchy Rottweiler T-shirt, said that it was only around four years ago, when he started working with Kanye West, that he was introduced to the world of Paris fashion.
A former art director for West, Preston — who’s considered a post-Internet Renaissance man — worked at Nike and was also a part of the Been Trill art and DJ collective with Virgil Abloh, Justin Saunders and Matthew Williams.
“I really put myself in that environment with Virgil, Matthew and Kanye [West]. And going to Paris with those guys, I was always that kid who felt like a bit

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Photo Coverage: On the Opening Night Red Carpet For CHOIR BOY

Make a joyful noise Last night, January 8, Manhattan Theatre Club’s Broadway premiere of Choir Boy, written by Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraneyMoonlight, The BrotherSister Plays and directed by Drama Desk Award nominee Trip Cullman, officially opened at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 261 West 47th Street. Featured Content


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NEW YORK (AP) — Jordan Peele’s “Us,” his anticipated follow-up to “Get Out,” will make its world premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival.

SXSW announced Tuesday that “Us” will open the 26th edition of the Austin, Texas, festival on March 8. Like Peele’s “Get Out,” ”Us” is a socially minded horror thriller.

The film stars Lupita Nyong’o as a woman returning to her beachside childhood home with her husband and two children. On the vacation, an unresolved trauma from her past is unearthed leading to an eerie confrontation for the family with doppelgangers of themselves.

“Us” will be released March 22 by Universal Pictures. Peele also produces along with Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions. Co-stars include Winston Duke, Elisabeth Moss and Tim Heidecker.

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Long criticized for his time management skills, billionaire inventor Elon Musk is once again behind schedule on a major project.

This time it’s the underground Hawthorne test tunnel for The Boring Company’s high-speed transit system underneath Los Angeles. A big public opening experience was scheduled for Tuesday, but a company spokesperson emailed over a new date set for Dec. 18.

Musk tweeted about the delay, expertly spinning it as an improved event that just needs a bit more attention and time to pull off. He promised “more than a tunnel opening” with autonomous transport cars and car elevators. Maybe something like the elevator approved for under a Hawthorne home the company purchased? Guess we’ll find out later this month. Read more…

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Mother-Daughter Brand MaisonCléo Debuts Capsule With Opening Ceremony

FAMILY AFFAIR — MaisonCléo, the French ready-to-wear brand born on Instagram, is teaming with Opening Ceremony for a capsule collection.
The brand, founded by Marie Dewet and her mother Nathalie in September 2016, has designed three pieces — a cotton shirt, a silk top and a silk skirt — which will be sold exclusively on the Opening Ceremony web site.
The capsule is limited in numbers: only 40 pieces will be available on the web site, both due to fabric limitation — the brand uses leftover and surplus fabrics from established fashion houses — and to its small team.
Based between Lille and Calais, in the north of France, MaisonCléo is entirely made by Nathalie (also known as “Cléo” to her friends because of the Cleopatra-style eyeliner she used to sport when she was younger) who has been a seamstress for over 30 years.
“A lot of retailers have approached us but the stock they ask for is always too high,” said Dewet. “Opening Ceremony spotted us on Instagram, and we managed to agree on a collection of 40 pieces, which my mother spent two months creating.”

The silk shirt and skirt from the MaisonCléo collection for Opening Ceremony. 

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Kiton Opening Shop at Wynn Resort in Vegas

Kiton is expanding its retail presence in the U.S. market.
The Italian luxury brand on Friday will open a 1,937-square-foot boutique at the Wynn resort in Las Vegas.
The store will feature a new design that is centered around the brand’s exclusive fabric collection. For example, the chairs and sofas, furniture and curtains are all created from the fabrics also used for clothing. Walnut wood, similar to that used at the Kiton headquarters in Arzano, Italy, and its Palazzo Kiton in Milan, is used as an accent, and special pieces of artwork commissioned for the store will serve to decorate the space.
The store will sell the men’s and women’s apparel collections as well as accessories. It will also offer Kiton’s bespoke service with a special selection of products that are exclusive to the Las Vegas store.
Kiton, which has been in the U.S. market since 1980, has 20 retail stores or in-store shops in this country.

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Opening Day Of 2018 MEO Rip Curl Portugal


PENICHE, Portugal (Tuesday, October 16, 2018) –The MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal, Stop No. 10 of 11 on the Men’s World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour (CT), launched in pumping six-to-eight foot (1.8 – 2.4 metre) surf to challenge the best surfers in the world. Unruly conditions at first light this morning gradually cleaned up to offer hollow barrels by lunchtime to complete the opening round of competition as well as six heats of Round 2.

The new Jeep Leader after France, Gabriel Medina (BRA), found his groove right away on familiar territory in Peniche. Medina evidenced why he is the defending event winner at Supertubos by threading some of the cleanest barrels of the morning and also attacking the solid lips on offer to post a 13.17 total (out of a possible 20) and easily advance into Round 3.

“It feels good to be wearing the yellow Jeep Leader Jersey again,” Medina said. “It’s really hard out there but I got a lot of waves and I’m happy to make it through. It’s good to have this kind of love and support here. I feel like I’m surfing at home and it’s great to be back in Portugal.”

The 2014 WSL Champion Medina can only earn a second World Title early at this event if he wins, and if No. 2 Filipe Toledo (BRA) and No. 3 Julian Wilson (AUS) get knocked out early from the competition. Toledo almost suffered another blow in his World Title campaign by being relegated to Round 2 by compatriot Tomas Hermes (BRA) this morning, but later redeemed himself with a critical win over Rip Curl wildcard Samuel Pupo (BRA) in Round 2, courtesy of a long barrel ride and 8.17 single highest score (out of a possible 10).

“It was a tough loss this morning and really hard to digest,” Toledo said. “It was still super hard to find a wave out there. It took me more than 15 minutes to find a backup but I’m just glad to make it. You can’t apply a big portion of your strategy when the guy is so far away from you, so I was just hoping that another little corner would come my way and I’d get another barrel.”

The recent winner in France and current World No. 3 Julian Wilson (AUS) posted one of today’s biggest performances with two solid rides to take a 14.50 total win that will see him straight into Round 3. The Australian started with a deep backhand barrel, which he exited cleanly for a 7.50 and later committed to a high-risk floater re-entry maneuver on his backhand once again for a 7-point ride to seal the deal.

“I love the challenge of trying to perform in conditions that are very very tricky, and I’m happy to find a couple of scores then,” Wilson said. “I’m sure I’m going to continue to be tested down here. You only get a couple of heats where it’s dreamy, most of the time you’re grinding it out. The contests are very close together and I felt like I didn’t have much time to reset. But I was able to get a good sleep which was crucial and came here for a surf early this morning before the start.”

Only Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) could surpass Wilson’s scoreline in the opening round today, posting a strong 14.77 for two similar waves on which he performed two-turn combinations on his forehand.

For Medina, Toledo, and Wilson, the Men’s World Title scenarios are as follows:

– Only Medina can claim the title in Portugal by winning the event.
– If Medina wins the event, Toledo will need a 9th or better and Wilson a 3rd or better to take the World Title decision to Hawaii;
– If Medina finishes 2nd or worse in Portugal, the WSL Title will be decided in Hawaii.

Rookie Griffin Colapinto (USA) scored the first deep barrel of the event, starting behind the section on a solid right, the Californian pumped to move through a couple of sections and exited it to finish the ride with a re-entry. Judges awarded the first excellent 8.00 for Colapinto’s second wave. But Conner Coffin (USA) found his own clean tube, a shorter ride but sufficient, to post the winning 7.33 score into Round 3, sending Colapinto and Joan Duru (FRA) into the elimination Round 2.

A runner-up in Peniche in his rookie season, Italo Ferreira (BRA) has since struggled to make it out of Round 3 at Supertubes. Today the Brasilian started well with two above-average scores in one of the morning’s slower heats. Ferreira first stuck to the wave face with aggressive backhand turns and later threw caution to the wind to go above the lip on his forehand, getting his second score on a single-maneuver.

“I had a lot of great moments in Portugal, it’s a special place for me,” Ferreira said. “This was a hard heat against Frederico (Morais) and Wiggolly (Dantas), but I’m happy I managed to catch a few waves and tried a couple of big maneuvers. It’s been really hard these past few weeks and I had a bad result in France so I felt pretty bad about it, but that’s the game and I’m trying to recover.”

Jordy Smith (ZAF), one of the most consistent surfers in Portugal over the years, found a couple of backhand barrels this morning when the lineup was still messy and showed why he’s so dangerous in the thumping shorebreaks of Peniche. The South African advanced into Round 3 and sent Yago Dora (BRA) and Keanu Asing (HAW) into elimination Round 2.

“I feel really confident here and comfortable in Portugal in general,” Smith said. “This whole year I haven’t had great results but yet I’m in the Top 5. I think it’s the same way for everyone. The scores weren’t high in this heat but grinding through and making it is all you got to do. ”

Ryan Callinan (AUS), runner-up at the Quiksilver Pro France only a few days ago, received another opportunity to compete against the world’s best surfers as a replacement wildcard for this event. The young Australian launched the show in the first heat of the morning and posted another upset win to send Owen Wright (AUS) and Ezekiel Lau (HAW) into Round 2. Callinan suffered heavy wipeouts in that heat but also found some nice walls to exploit on his forehand to post a 6.00 and take the win.

“When I came the other year it was pretty small and nothing like this so I’m just trying to get used to the lineup,” Callinan said. “These last few days have been pretty overwhelming so I’m trying to reset and refocus. It’s awesome, I can to Europe for two weeks, I’ve been here over a month already and it looks like I’ll be there a little later now.”

Round 2 unfolded in smaller conditions as the first pulse of swell softened throughout the afternoon. All six heats witnessed top seeds take wins with Owen Wright (AUS), Wade Carmichael (AUS), Kolohe Andino (USA), Willian Cardoso (BRA) and Michael Rodrigues (BRA) all advancing over local wildcards and lower seeded surfers.

Event organizers will be back tomorrow, Wednesday, October 17, at 7:45 a.m WEST to decide if conditions allow for the remaining heats of Round 2 to run.

Surfline, forecast partner of the MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal, is calling for:

A solid WNW swell will kick off the event window on Tuesday with favorable wind conditions, although surf is likely to still be a little jumbled and mixed up. Although not as big, plenty more surf is expected through the rest of the week (Wed-Sun), while strong northerly winds rise up (still manageable at Supertubos). At this point, a slower storm pattern is looking to emerge for next week, which would result in minor surf for the back-half of the event window.

The MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal will be broadcast LIVE on and the WSL’s Facebook page. Also, check local listings for coverage from the WSL’s broadcast partners.

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MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal Round 1 Results:
Heat 1: Ryan Callinan (AUS) 9.53, Ezekiel Lau (HAW) 9.00, Owen Wright (AUS) 6.50
Heat 2: Jordy Smith (ZAF) 9.73, Yago Dora (BRA) 5.57, Keanu Asing (HAW) 4.54
Heat 3: Italo Ferreira (BRA) 10.94, Frederico Morais (PRT) 6.20, Wiggolly Dantas (BRA) 4.43
Heat 4: Julian Wilson (AUS) 14.50, Connor O’Leary (AUS) 12.00, Vasco Ribeiro (PRT) 9.47
Heat 5: Tomas Hermes (BRA) 10.50, Filipe Toledo (BRA) 9.56, Miguel Blanco (PRT) 4.17
Heat 6: Gabriel Medina (BRA) 13.17, Samuel Pupo (BRA) 6.03, Patrick Gudauskas (USA) 4.77
Heat 7: Adrian Buchan (AUS) 9.10, Miguel Pupo (BRA) 8.30, Wade Carmichael (AUS) 5.80
Heat 8: Conner Coffin (USA) 12.16, Griffin Colapinto (USA) 10.17, Joan Duru (FRA) 3.17
Heat 9: Ian Gouveia (BRA) 11.50, Kolohe Andino (USA) 5.76, Jeremy Flores (FRA) 1.80
Heat 10: Jesse Mendes (BRA) 8.83, Willian Cardoso (BRA) 7.03, Sebastian Zietz (HAW) 2.54
Heat 11: Kanoa Igarashi (JPN) 14.77, Matt Wilkinson (AUS) 6.77, Adriano de Souza (BRA) 6.17
Heat 12: Michel Bourez (PYF) 10.47, Michael February (ZAF) 6.73, Michael Rodrigues (BRA) 1.67

MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal Round 2 Results:
Heat 1: Filipe Toledo (BRA) 12.67 def. Samuel Pupo (BRA) 5.03
Heat 2: Owen Wright (AUS) 9.33 def. Miguel Blanco (PRT) 7.73
Heat 3: Wade Carmichael (AUS) 8.03 def. Vasco Ribeiro (PRT) 7.90
Heat 4: Kolohe Andino (USA) 12.33 def. Wiggolly Dantas (BRA) 9.73
Heat 5: Willian Cardoso (BRA) 14.50 def. Keanu Asing (HAW) 9.67
Heat 6: Michael Rodrigues (BRA) 13.00 def. Miguel Pupo (BRA) 10.10

MEO Rip Curl Pro Portugal Remaining Round 2 Matchups:
Heat 7: Adriano De Souza (BRA) vs. Joan Duru (FRA)
Heat 8: Sebastian Zietz (HAW) vs. Matt Wilkinson (AUS)
Heat 9: Jeremy Flores (FRA) vs. Michael February (ZAF)
Heat 10: Griffin Colapinto (USA) vs. Patrick Gudauskas (USA)
Heat 11: Ezekiel Lau (HAW) vs. Connor O’Leary (AUS)
Heat 12: Yago Dora (BRA) vs. Frederico Morais (PRT)

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