NY-based apparel company Nasty Pig shot their latest fashion collection video “Personal Demons” out at the Fire Island Pines, getting wet and gritty in the process.
Featured throughout the video is some of Fire Island’s most recognizable architecture.
And by the way – Don’t let the company name scare you – the video isn’t all that nasty. But it is sexy and cool.
Nasty Pig clothing is available at www.nastypig.com, at the flagship store at 265A West 19th Street in Manhattan NYC, and at progressive menswear boutiques worldwide.
Jenny McCarthy hosted the 2(x)ist Fashion Show 2013 show at Arena on on October 11. The event was packed as guests enjoyed Skyy martinis and the hunky boys on the runway.
This year’s show benefited ZERO: The Project to End Prostrate Cancer.
More pics of the show and celeb attendees at Queerty.
Popular New York fashion designer Betsey Johnson’s chain went bankrupt Thursday, and most of her 63 freestanding boutiques will close. From the NY Daily News:
The filing will likely result in the dismissal of 350 employees and the closure of most of the brand’s 63 stores. It listed “severe liquidity problems” and $4.1 million in outstanding unsecured obligations owed to vendors, manufacturers, service providers and other creditors including jewelers, watchmakers, banks and accountants. Steve Madden, who has owned the 34-year-old brand’s intellectual property rights since 2010, said in an email that the group will continue to support the company and ensure existing orders will be produced and ship on time.
Her clothing will continue to be sold Saks and other high-end stores.
Betsey Johnson graduated from Syracuse University and spoke at my graduation. I’ve always kept tabs on her success over the years having met her and having the S.U. connection.