Haute Author

  • NAME Benjamin-Emile Le Hay
  • BIO Benjamin-Emile Le Hay is an experienced writer/editor, wardrobe consultant/stylist and critic covering fashion, art, luxury lifestyle, entertainment, celebrities, and travel since 2006. He has developed original print, video and online content for "BlackBook Magazine," "Lighting&Sound America," TheMST.com, H&M, Fashion Network, Mondadori and runwayresource.net—among other outlets. He is the press director of Le Hay Fashion Press, a small agency/network of freelance writers, photographers, stylists and publicists who collaborate on accredited projects in France, Italy, the UK, Benelux, Germany, the US and Japan. Benjamin received a Bachelor of Arts from Bowdoin College and studied at Universita’ di Bologna.

Articles By Benjamin-Emile Le Hay

New York

Haute Culture: Russell James’ “Nomad Two Worlds” Back in New York City on Broadway with Hugh Jackman and at CATM Chelsea Gallery

Hugh Jackman’s Back on Broadway show sizzled at the Broadhurst Theatre this past holiday season, reported Playbill: One set of weekly figures in December showed a $1.521m gross (third highest), a median ticket price of $158.53 (the highest), and a house capacity of 102.0%-- his revue was certainly no laughing matter! Read More

Miami

Haute Fashion: Dsquared² Duo Celebrates VMAN Magazine Partnership with Exclusive Art Basel Miami Cocktail and Dinner at The Webster

talian fashion label Dsquared² made a big slash at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach, when design-heads, Dean and Dan Caten, hosted an intimate, Friday night cocktail and dinner at über-chic boutique, The Webster Miami, in the heart of South Beach. The glittery engagement was Dsquared²’s inaugural Art Basel Miami foray and commemorated the label’s partnership with fashion bible VMAN Magazine for the Winter 2011 issue. Read More

New York

Haute Event: ACRIA’s Young Friends Honor New Board Vice President with Intimate Dinner at Mondrian SoHo Penthouse

The AIDS Community Research Initiative of America recently hosted an exquisite autumnal feast in the phenomenal penthouse at the Mondrian SoHo. The sit-down, gourmet affair celebrated the appointment of Stewart Shining as vice president of the board of ACRIA. And seeing how intimate and unique philanthropic events are de rigueur in this day and age, place settings hovered around 40. Read More

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