The latest installment in our “coolest people on earth” series, this shot finds Andy Warhol and David Hockney sharing a smoke with a few art critics circa 1963, and running a clinic on how to wear a trench coat. For anyone interested, the print’s headed to auction in a couple weeks.
The restaurants bearing the Mr. Chow moniker are known as much for their *haute-chinois* cuisine and glittering clientele as their sophisticated, understated elegance. Small wonder then that the real Mr. Chow embodies the latter perfectly.
We've never had the pleasure of dining at the original London location, opened in 1968, but the super-stylish New York outpost on E. 57th St. is one of our favorite restaurants in the world. The man behind it all, Michael Chow, is also an actor of note and an art collector *extraordinaire* whose portrait has been painted by David Hockney and Jean-Michel Basquiat, among others.