Fashion Finds a Place in the House of God
In New York City the sidewalks double as public runways, and even an innocent trip to the bodega calls for a strategically planned outfit: You never know who you're going to see. It sometimes seems that the only respite for weary fashionistas is their living room couch and (save for the eyes of God that are upon them) their house of worship.
Well, scratch that last one. At St. Bartholomew's Church on Park Avenue, thanks to the efforts of the Rev. Elizabeth Garnsey, church clerics are now leading prayer in beautiful bespoke vestments. According to the T, the New York Times Style Magazine: