Things that interest Eighteenth
August 10th, 2011

FashionQ&A + Eighteenth +GenArt

On FashionQ& Read it here.


January 3rd, 2011

Tomas Maier via The New Yorker

Link to The New Yorker article

May 19th, 2010

A Definition of Art

Art is not meant to give pleasure but to ask questions and make people think.

– Christian Boltansky

May 19th, 2010

Elbaz Speaks

Intriguing interview with the Editor-in-Chief of, Dirk Standen and Lanvin’s fashion designer extraordinaire, Alber Elbaz.

Resonating Excerpts:

What role does a fashion show still play in delivering your message?
It’s almost like asking someone what is the role of a table if you want to serve dinner. Of course you can have some dinner in bed and you can have it also on a plate and just on the floor, but I think that when you put it on the table, it’s the most pragmatic. There are certain things that I guess are essential and this is one of them.

I do in fact believe that the best traveling you do is from your couch while you eat potato chips.

You know I [said to] my partner a few months ago, “I have a question.” He said, “What is it?” I said, “Do you think we’re still cool.” And he said, “Alber, we were never cool.”

You know, you can buy silicone, you can buy plastic, you can buy surgery. The only thing you cannot buy is muscles, because in order to have muscles you have to work hard, devote your life to it.

…it’s about coming to work day after day. You come in the morning and you stay late at night and you come weekends and you work. You just come to work. It’s a job. It’s a major job to help men and women look beautiful.

May 9th, 2010

I-D and MMM

From an interview with I-D Magazine and Maison Martin Margiela, Oct. ’99.

Careers highs? Finding that what stimulates us also stimulates others.

May 5th, 2010

Pixels vs. Print

We surf the Internet. We swim in magazines. The Internet is exhilarating. Magazines are enveloping. The Internet grabs you. Magazines embrace you. The Internet is impulsive. Magazines are immersive.

April 29th, 2010

Advice for the Minimalist

From: little fury

April 27th, 2010

Clothes Matter

I wanted to write a book about why very, very few women will say to you, ‘I don’t care what I look like.’

– Linda Grant

January 25th, 2010





December 24th, 2009

Katie in Eighteenth






Tops: Eighteenth    Photographer: Ryan Bailey    Stylist: Cheryl Kennedy    Model: Katie Schetlick   Location: Brooklyn, NYC      Date: 11.15.09

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