Warmer days are just around the corner, but these transitional weeks can wreak havoc on our hair: winter hat head one day, sun-faded color the next. In our latest Ask the Experts column, Quest brought in color virtuoso Jeffrey Till of the Cutler Salon to give his top seasonal hair fixes. Jeffrey Till Cutler/Redken Colorist …
Read the March 2010 Fashion Issue online here…including QUEST’s first annual Best-Dressed List and spring fashion shoot at the Neue Galerie!
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In the February 2010 issue, QUEST featured Dempsey & Carroll: Stationery Engravers since 1878! Some of their adorable Valentine’s Day products featured phrases like “YOU’RE A FOX” or “BEE MY HONEY.” These funny, punny notecards are too, too cute!
CLIVE KANDEL for MEG WENDY reports on fine jewelry being auctioned at CHRISTIES and SOTHEBY’S this season in “Sparkling Seasonal Gems at Christies and Sotheby’s.” Visit Christies’ NEW YORK JEWELS (December 10, 2009) and Sotheby’s MAGNIFICENT JEWELS (December 9, 2009).
Last night, QUEST attended PIAGET MEN TO WATCH IN 2009 hosted by LARRY BOLAND, President of PIAGET North America, and DAN PERES, Editor-in-Chief of DETAILS magazine, at LEHMANN MAUPIN GALLERY at 201 Chrystie St. We didn’t see ANDRE LEON TALLEY sporting his vintage diamond PIAGET timepiece slash his version of a “tennis bracelet” from THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE. But we did spy a GORG Piaget Polo 45 Flyback Chronograph Watch. Dear Santa!
The event’s honorees included LEE DANIELS (director of Oscar contender “Precious”), JEREMY RENNER (star of Oscar contender “The Hurt Locker”), JEFFREY DONOVAN (star of USA Network’s “Burn Notice”), MICHAEL BASTIAN (celebrated menswear designer), DAVID CHANG (celebrity chef/Momofuku … and a graduate of TRINITY COLLEGE in Hartford, Conn.), and NICK ROLDAN (top-rated US polo player).
Enter Promo Code “PSNOV09” at J. PRESS and receive 25 percent off of their “100% Lambswool Tartan” scarves. Just in case you don’t already own, you know, like twenty. Prints include “Royal Stewart,” “Dress Gordon,” and “Mackenzie,” which reminds us of our uniforms at Greenwich Academy. Not a bad thing!