My interview with The Fader!
Something of a technician, Burrows was among the first to use seam stitching...– Bernadine Morris, The New York Times, November 11, 1977 From Stephen Burrows: When Fashion Danced available at Museum of the City of New York (In Stock Now) http://www.mcny.org/shop/
Bethann Hardison and Bevy Smith on Diversity in...
Two really great friends break down the diversity question. http://www.papermag.com/2013/02/the_legendary_fashion_guru_bet.php
Must see fashion history! →
In 1973, what started out as a benefit to restore the decaying palace of Versailles turned into a full-fledged designer face-off that would forever change the history of fashion. (Paper Magazine)
The Magical Designs of Stephen Burrows on... →
An interview with Daniela Morrera on Freedom, Fashion and Diversity ahead of the Stephen Burrows retrospective at the Museum of the City of New York opening on March 22nd.
A Stephen Burrows Retrospective →
The designer, known for his disco-era look of rainbow jersey dresses, is once again having a moment.
Designers Do Kiss and Tell...But Only Once! →
I was asked about my first kiss. Really? Ok if you’re interested. And I’m not doing it again. So don’t ask!
It’s hard to explain what Stephen Burrows, Giorgio Sant Angelo and Halston...– Diane Von Furstenberg
My memories of Donna Summer (and Studio 54) →
Stephen Burrows, fashion designer, Studio 54 regular “People would be on the balcony at Studio 54 actually doing it while that song was playing.” Just in case you were wondering, the song I was referring to is Donna Summer’s “Love to Love You Baby.” The seventies were wild, what can I say?
Just landed in New York!
What a whirlwind week/weekend. I had the best times this year with the students at SCAD. These future designers are up to big things. Thanks for the pleasure of meeting you all!
Beverly Johnson in Stephen Burrows →
A snippet of my SiriusXM interview this week. More to come. After editing… PS. I bet you didn’t know that I originally wanted to be an Art teacher!