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Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld In Istanbul

Last week in Istanbul, Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld staged Nicolas Pol's first art exhibit in Turkey, EPEKTASIS, in collaboration with Demet Muftuoğlu Eşeli and Alphan Eşeli of ISTANBUL '74. Special thanks to Alper Yilmaz who had the good fortune to meet Vladimir at the show and kindly agreed to share his personal photographs of the event. Visit style.com to view Vladimir's own photos from Istanbul.

Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld photographs © 2012 Alper Yilmaz. All Rights Reserved.


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Attention Roitfeld fans: we are now offering a fabulous new option in the IWTB Shop — black IWTBAR tees! The tee is manufactured by American Apparel, 100% cotton, and printed in the United States. Note that the fit is snug and the shirt may shrink one size after cycling through the dryer, consider this when selecting your size. Available in girly style S, M, L, XL (US sizes, complete measurements are listed in inches) in black only. If you are interested, visit the IWTB Shop for further details. As always, thanks very much for your support!

I Want To Be A Roitfeld Tee image © 2012 Kellina de Boer. All Rights Reserved.


Roitfeld And Battaglia: Urban Hoedown

On Monday night, Marc Jacobs and the Art Production Fund hosted an Urban Hoedown, genuine right down to the hay scattered on the floor of the Tribeca warehouse space. Partygoers were invited to indulge in cowboy costumes for the evening and Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Giovanna Battaglia obliged, pictured here wearing Band of Outsiders, Marc Jacobs, and Rodarte. Highlights included authentic Western style BBQ and a mechanical bull (although neither Vlad nor Gio braved the bucker to my knowledge). Vladimir shared that his favorite cowboy is Clint Eastwood which of course prompted me to sing, "Rollin' rollin' rollin'... Though the streams are swollen... Keep them doggies rollin'... Rawhide!"

Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Giovanna Battaglia photographs © 2012 Condé Nast and Billy Farrell Company, Inc.


The Roitfelds: The Little Black Jacket

In her typical style, Carine Roitfeld included her children, Julia and Vladimir, in the forthcoming book The Little Black Jacket... and now the moment we have been waiting for: Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld wearing a Chanel women's jacket! You would have to be a Roitfeld to pull off this look, quel homme !

Carine Roitfeld, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld photographs © 2012 Chanel. All Rights Reserved.


Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld Opens Neverlodge

Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld certainly has a knack for shaking up the New York art scene, opening his latest exhibit last night at 22 East 71st Street in New York, an elegant neo-Italian Renaissance mansion designed by C.P.H. Gilbert, owned by Aby Rosen, and currently listed for sale with Sotheby's for a cool $50 million. Titled Neverlodge, the show focuses on 40 new works by French artist Nicolas Pol priced between $40,000 and $60,000, most of which are either sold or on hold.

I love the description from the official press release: "Transforming the palatial home into a den of standardized iniquity, Pol’s new body of work exists in a realm where sin and forbidden fantasies have been commoditized as carnivalesque. Part brothel, part ticketed amusement park, Pol’s Neverlodge captures both its subjects and onlookers within a participatory whirlwind of pleasure and suffering. Yielding imagery of high fashioned demons, faux corporations, reductive physics and wanton whores, the artist transposes his manic narrative onto the canvas within the web of a layered acrylic assault. Pol puts forth sarcastic and sadistic observations on abstract expressionism, figurative sculpture and mass production as he interweaves high and low culture into a bloodied frenzy."

Among the glamorous guests were Carine Roitfeld, Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, Giovanna Battaglia, Stavros Niarchos, Jessica Hart, Alexandra Richards, Marjorie Gubelmann, Nicole Miller, Alexander Acquavella, Alexander Tisch, Alexia Elkaim, Ashley McDermott, Attilio Brillembourg, Bara Tisch, Claude Wasserstein, Corice Arman, Cynthia Rowley, Dustin Yellin, Eric Eisner, Fabiola Beracasa, Gherardo Guarducci, Ginevra Caltagirone, Henry Allsopp, Honor Fraser, HRH Princess Firyal of Jordan, Jeisa Chiminazzo, Lady Liliana Cavendish, Larry Gagosian, Maria Bell, Matthew Mellon, Nick Cohen, Nicolas Poniatowski, Pietro Quaglia, Rashid Johnson, Renee Rockefeller, Richard Evans, Richard Sachs, Sante D'Orazio, Sean MacPherson, Serge Azria, Simon de Pury, Stacey Bendet Eisner, Tamara Mellon, and William Bell. Neverlodge is on display in New York through 16 March, 2012, and travels next to Istanbul.

View an interview about Neverlodge with Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Nicolas Pol conducted by Forbes.

Carine Roitfeld photograph © 2012 Brent Murray. Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Nicolas Pol photographs courtesy of artsgrantsfinder.com, axesmundi.blogspot.com, haberturk.com, and newyorksocialdiary.com

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