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See Carolina Herrera's Living Room; Michael Kors Says It Gets Better

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UPPER EAST SIDE—88-year-old artist Jeremiah Goodman has spent his career painting the homes of famously stylish people like Diana Vreeland, Edith Head, and Carolina Herrera (that's her living room at right.) Now, the New York School of Interior Design is honoring him with a career retrospective that opens tonight at 161 E. 69th Street. The show, which runs through December 20, is free and open to the public. We want to go just to see the new painting of Reed Krakoff's house, which—according to an amazing but unconfirmed legend—may or may not feature a python-print bathroom. [RackedWire]

YOUTUBE—Aww, Michael Kors! The designer recorded a message of support for LGBT teens as part of Dan Savage's It Gets Better Project, a series of user-submitted clips aimed at letting kids know that life gets easier after high school. "Think about how special you are," he says. "And when you know how special you are, you'll see when you grow up that it turns out to be a great thing." Excuse us—sniff—but we seem to have something in our eye. [Racked National]

New York School of Interior Design

161 E. 69th Street, New York NY