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The guests’ shoes stole the show at New York Fashion Week, without a doubt wresting pride of place from the handbag.

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Skirting the Issue

Monday, September 15, 2008

Skirting the Issue

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Wool herringbone Audrey skirt, above, by Ella Moss. Yellow cashmere cardigan by Jigsaw.

Fashion Week is — phew! — finally over, and the news and the trends are in. Peekaboo will be all the rage — next spring. As for what you’ll be wearing this fall, Ellen Tien writes that “skirts are back in the spotlight” and they’re “filled with visual detail: ruching, draping, tiers and texture in abundance.” Pick up Eryn brinie’s purple draped bubble skirt, Ella Moss’s wool herringbone.

Fashion Plays Peekaboo,” by Eric Wilson

Attention to Detail Pays Off for the Skirt,” by Ellen Tien


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MUSIC

Sounds Like the World

Choose between two international singer-songwriters tonight. At the Bowery Ballroom, the British teenager Laura Marling will act older than her years. With a sound that references Celtic tradition and 1960s folk-pop, she shows a “determination to chronicle sorrows as clearly as joys, calmly outlasting them all,” Jon Pareles wrote in a review of her debut album, “Alas, I Cannot Swim.” At Town Hall, Lila Downs will showcase “various Mesoamerican traditions,” writes Amanda Petrusich, especially with the opening acts: Pistolera, a local band known for Mexican-style polkas and rancheras, and the Mariachi Academy of New York.

Critics’ Choice, by Jon Pareles

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BOOKS

There I Was, in the Jungle …

Few authors could be a better fit for a book party at the Half-King — owned by Sebastian “The Perfect Storm” Junger — than Jon Bowermaster. An explorer and adventure writer for more than two decades, Bowermaster has crossed Antarctica via dog sled, sailed the seven seas and generally been the definition of swashbuckling (he even looks the part). Tonight he celebrates the publication of his latest book, “Descending the Dragon,” about a five-week, 800-mile kayak trip through Vietnam.

Where Many Ended Their Search for Paradise,” by Jon Bowermaster

THEATER

You’ll Say You Saw Them When

The New York Musical Theater Festival which Charles Isherwood calls “a heady jump-starter in the early days of the new theater season,” starts today. There are 24 shows, plus dance performances and concerts, to catch in the next three weeks, with appearances by Hunter Foster, who was nominated for a Tony in “Little Shop of Horrors,” Cady Huffman, who won one for “The Producers.” Tonight’s line-up includes “Max and the Truffle Pig,” which features, yes, “a singing slab of bacon.” Other unlikely subjects include “Bedbugs!!!” —“mutant insects set to an ’80s rock score,” Mr. Isherwood writes — and 1990s Silicon Valley (“The Bubble: A Musical Dot-Comedy”).

The Week Ahead — Theater, by Charles Isherwood

DRINKS, DINING

A Week Just Isn’t Enough

Through September 21, it’s Craft Beer Week in New York. (It actually started last Friday, but please, these people are sudsheads.) Join one of several nightly beer crawls through the city, or, tonight, head to dinner at Jimmy’s No. 43, a candlelit subterranean restaurant with a chef from WD-50. The market-driven menu will include dishes like roasted lamb leg with onion and beer marmalade, paired with brews by Captain Lawrence. Cheers!

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septiembre 17, 2008 a 5:02 am

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