Fashion guru Tim Gunn, author Jay McInerney star in upcoming issue of LLNYC

September/October edition is packed with fashion, politics and Manhattan luxury living

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Aug.August 24, 2016 12:18 PM

Fashion week will soon be upon us, so what better time to talk to two of New York’s most fashionable gentlemen? Sartorial savant Tim Gunn and New York City writer par excellence Jay McInerney will soon land on the glossy pages of Luxury Listings NYC.

In our September/October cover story, Tim Gunn opens up his Upper West Side home, talks politics, derides fast fashion and “bangs the tom-tom” for Hillary Clinton.

Meanwhile, author Jay McInerney shares insights into his latest book, “Bright, Precious Days.” The writer of the iconic 1980s novel, “Bright Lights, Big City,” discusses how New York has changed over the years, and why he would never (and could never) live anywhere else.

Also look out for features on the city’s top tailors, actress and Central Park obsessive Lois Robbins, a fashion week “party designer” and much, much more.

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