Designer Gregory Paul Discusses His Interim Prep, Playlist, More

StyleWeek Interim kicked off last night at the W Hotel with its “Ready for the Runway” cocktail hour and event. Highlights of the upcoming three-day showcase? Project Runway veterans Joseph Aaron Segal and Jonathan Joseph Peters (tongue twister, much?) hit the catwalk on Saturday, and emerging talents Gregory Paul and Marcel Plante have surprises in store for Friday night’s crowd. Here, we chat with Gregory Paul about his preparation for this weekend and more.—Heather C. White

The morning of my show, I’ll be ___________.?
Surprisingly calm. All the elements of this collection seemed to come together perfectly. Models, music, guest list, and, well, the looks. The StyleWeek team is organized to the nth degree. I’m sure I’ll be scrambling around 7:30 anyway.Read more
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