Condé Nast College, or Scholastic Fashion Heaven

In January 2013, the magazine publishing supremo Condé Nast will open its first place of higher, glamorous education.  Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design in London will offer a ten-week Vogue Fashion Certificate and a one-year Vogue Fashion Foundation Diploma.

Can you imagine the inspiration that will sweep the halls?!  The reputation of Condé Nast is one of authority and passion.  For magazines, the company produces the best of THE best.  It seems only natural that they have a place where leaders in the industry pass on their wealth of knowledge and creativity to future generations.

Happenings and Going Ons

Lovely Type by Beato (via allenpeters.com)


Weekend=freedom.  At least for most of us.  If you find yourself with some extra time this Saturday or Sunday and chance has you in the area, check out some of these fantastic exhibits and cultural events.  Happy weekend!!

First, for my Wisco friends—

WISCONSIN: Worn to be Wild: The Black Leather Jacket @ the Harley Davidson Museum (Milwaukee)

NEW YORK:  Youthquake! The 1960s Fashion Revolution @The FashionInstitute of Technology.  On through April 7, 2012.

Joaquín Sorolla and the Glory of the Spanish Dress @ Queen Sofia Spanish Institute.  Closes tomorrow!!

CHICAGO: Charles James: Genius Deconstructed @ the Chicago History Museum.  On through April 16, 2012.

TORONTO: Art in Shoes~ Shoes in Art @ the Beta Shoe Museum.  On through April 2012.

LONDON: Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton @ the Victoria and Albert Museum.  On through April 22, 2012

Marilyn @ Getty Images Gallery.  On through May 23, 2012.

PARIS: Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs @ Les Arts Décoratifs.  Starts today!  On through September 16 2012.

Twiggy tights packaging at FIT’s Youthquake exhibit (via fitnyc.edu)

Bob Dylan mini shift at Youthquake (via fitnyc.edu)

Joaquín Sorolla’s ‘Flamenco Dancer’ (via spanishinstitute.org)

Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton (via vandaimages.com)