Christie’s Presents The Collection of André Leon Talley

Artworks, apparel, accessories and more belonging to the late fashion icon and Vogue editor

The first Black man to be Creative Director at American Vogue, André Leon Talley was more than a force in publishing; he was a vanguard, mentor and icon in the world of fashion. His bold, distinct taste could always be seen on his person—from embroidered robes to glittering vintage accessories and his signature opulent kaftans. But his affection for all things beautifully crafted and glamorous …

Season Five at Mmuseumm

NYC's miniature, one-room space holds 15 new exhibitions including one of Trump paraphernalia

Blink and you’ll miss it—two doors thrust open in one of downtown New York’s now uncommon alleys. Inside, objects are neatly on display: from perfume bottles to fast food containers from Iran. Once a former shaftway for a freight elevator, the one-room Mmuseumm 1 (its sister space on the same block, Mmuseumm 2, uses the unused back area of a Broadway-facing store) prompts ideas about …

700 Nimes Road: An “Indirect Portrait” of Elizabeth Taylor

Photos of the icon's possessions and home are the result of an intimate documentary project

Including 129 full-color photographs by fine artist Catherine Opie, “700 Nimes Road” is a thoughtful, yet poignant exploration of Elizabeth Taylor’s home (her “private sanctuary”) and possessions at her Bel Air, Los Angeles address. While the concept—photographing a celebrity’s belongings—might seem voyeuristic at first, Opie approaches creating an intimate portrait of the Hollywood icon in a tender way. The project began after attaining Taylor’s approval, …