Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Nicolas Pol more photos› At his Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld-presented opening last night, painter Nicolas Pol was still noticeably covered with paint. Turns out he'd be painting right down to the wire. "I told Nicolas he is like Miuccia Prada," Giovanna Battaglia...

" Giovanna Battaglia put her own spin on the classic sultry look that Roitfeld called "easy for all women" by asking her makeup artist to use a combination of black eyeliner and a cream shadow to create bat wings across her lids. "I love Batman," she said. "I want to change my surname into Bat

8 of Self Service are these adorable photographs of young Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld. As fate would have it, he was styled by the next editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, Emmanuelle Alt, and photographed by Nathaniel Goldberg. The issue was published in 1998; according to my calculations Vladimir...

I certainly hope we see Carine at the opening party... Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld presents RETNA images courtesy of flickr.com/anrchosyn, limitemagazine.com, and ampersandific.blogspot.com.

The debut of RETNA in New York City, Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld's latest collaboration with Andy Valmorbida, looked to be a wild and glamorous night in typical Roitfeld fashion. The Los Angeles graffiti artist Marquis "RETNA" Lewis' "Hallelujah World Tour" attracted an eclectic crowd for the...

Nicolas Pol and Carine Roitfeld more photos› Fashion may run through his veins—courtesy of maman Carine—but it's art that stirs Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld. The curator/dealer presented his latest exhibition, Nicolas Pol's Sick Atavus of the New Blood, in a West Village space last night....

Guests toasted the affair afterwards with Hotpants cocktails at Acme, including the mother of the curator, Carine Roitfeld, attired in a striking skirt by Marc Jacobs, nude stockings with black seam by Wolford, and the racy hot rod pumps from the Prada Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Read more...

A busy Saturday night on the Upper East Side kicked off with a toast for the artist Clare Rojas at Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld's eponymous project space. Roitfeld's town house is a pretty hot spot at the moment—the last exhibit was a rare stateside showing of Peter Lindbergh's photographs—so...

Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld kicked off the New York fashion whirlwind with a fete worthy of those Roitfeld genes, partnering up with Phillips de Pury and Giorgio Armani to toast Richard Hambleton, the man once christened the Godfather of Street Art. He still lives in the East Village to prove...

As darkness fell on the first day of New York Fashion Week, we headed west to check out some art courtesy of Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld's curation, and show off our faux fur at PETA's fashion week party. The first stop was a warehouse on the desolate Washington Street where Vladimir Restoin...

 

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