In January, a collection of late Harlem fave and Vogue editor André Leon Talley’s belongings was auctioned off at Christie’s.
André Leon Talley loved the surprisingly similar rituals of two ways of life he knew well: the black community of his childhood in North Carolina, and French couture, with its historical and literary associations.
Harlem fave and celebrated fashion industry scribe André Leon Talley shares stories about his extraordinary career as the special honored guest of the Women’s Association of NJPAC’s Spring Luncheon & Auction 2019.
André Leon Talley a huge Harlem fan and friend of George Faison at the Harlem Fire house Theater, and a big fan of Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster has resigned from his post as editor at large of Numéro Russia after just a year on the job.
By Walter Rutledge On St. Valentine’s Day, February 14, Vogue contributing editor and fashion icon Andre Leon Talley was honored during the EMERGE! fashion show, which was held at the Broad Street Ballroom in lower Manhattan.
Join us for an evening of film and conversation with André Leon Tally. André Leon Tally has been a fixture in the world of fashion for so long that it’s difficult to imagine a time when he wasn’t defining the boundaries of great style.
Written By Etu Evans It’s no secret that I generally write articles focused on the likes of iconic fashion heroes of the melanated variety such as the gospel according to Andre Leon Talley, who I now imagine is up in the celestial realm redesigning the garb of angles into chiffon caftans.
By Eartha Watts-Hicks On Saturday, September 5th, 2015, my cousin, Leslie Faulkner (Beverly Johnson fan) and I attended Beverly Johnson’s launch of her new book The Face That Changed It All at the Museum of the City of New York, New York City.
In light of the tragic East Harlem explosion at 116th St. / Park Ave on the morning of March 12, 2014, we at Red Rooster Harlem are responding with assistance for our neighbors.