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THE BOWERY—Rogan Gregory designed a collection of hanging mobiles to celebrate the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, and through this evening they'll be on display at his store at Bowery and Bond. The mobiles, made of reclaimed southern yellow pine, piano wire, and bronze, were inspired by Rogan's daughter. He explains, “I think she was over the clouds, sheep and pandas. She appreciates the conflict between the abstract notion of good and evil represented in the revolving movement of shapes and perspective." Did we mention she's five months old? [Racked Inbox]
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA—Racked National took a trip down South to check out the annual student fashion show at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Random highlight: André Leon Talley telling students about his internship with Diana Vreeland, who wouldn't let him go home for Christmas, causing his grandmother to develop wild—and wildly off-base—suspicions about what exactly her grandson was getting up to in New York City. [RNA]