This week I visit Hamburger Mary's (3037 Olive Street; 314-533-6279), the first St. Louis location of a very small national chain that styles itself an "open-minded bar & grill for open-minded people." A sneak preview of my review is after the jump.
Next Tuesday, October 11, is the start of 2011's St. Louis Fashion Week. For the seventh year, Brown Shoe will be presenting Project:Design!, a competition featuring the work of six designers based out of, or near, St. Louis. The lines of the top six designers, chosen online by the public, will be ... More >>
Richard GuatyAnna Wintour eyeballing Nicki's tights. Oh, to peek inside the mind of the Vogue editrix in chief in this moment.Thank science Fashion Week is over. Isn't it just torture? If there's something worse than not being in New York City for the circus that is Mercedes Benz Fashion Week ... More >>
Image sourceKarlie Kloss, the international supermodel/Webster High School junior is on the cover of the May issue of Teen Vogue. Inside, Kloss talks about being an ordinary all-American girl who, backstage at shows, catches up on her reading of The Great Gatsby for English class. She bakes ... More >>
To the legions of tall, skinny girls with amazing metabolisms who read last September's feature on St. Louis model managers Jeff and Mary Clarke and some of their clients, including Karlie Kloss and Katie Fogarty, and thought, well, damn, I can wear high heels and walk and I strike poses in front of ... More >>
A lot of press releases coming rolling through the RFT everyday. Some are so interesting, Unreal even, that they make it onto the pages of the print version. Remember Spaloo?Here's one that was passed along earlier this week, about how to dress in the workplace during a recession, which we've appare ... More >>
Life as a young, hot, white, educated nanny in the city sure is a drag
The Devil Wears Prada slaps the latest duds on an infamous fashion editor
A round-up of summer's surefire hits (and definite duds)
Martha Stewart meets Indiana Jones
Dare to eat a peach? Meet the globe-hopping electroslut who's turning on everyone from Boy George to Lil' Kim.
Don we now our gay apparel
Kellwood's taking fashion forward by making virtually all our clothes in the Third World. But the St. Louis giant carefully cloaks its operations, its plant locations and its monitoring of labor conditions.
Written and directed by Lawrence Kasdan