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Blue & Cream: What Are Celebs Buying?

We previously introduced you all to the hip Blue&Cream store the Bowery and East Hampton. Now we are bringing you an update on what your favorite celebs are purchasing at the store. We are also introducing a handbag designer new to B&C, Corto Moltedo who designed the “it” cassette bag that Lindsay Lohan (you can see her carry it out of the store below), Madonna, Naomi Campbell and the like are rocking these days.

Here is a brief introduction: Born and raised in New York City, Gabrielcorto Moltedo maintains a quintessentially Italian pedigree as the son of Laura and Vittorio Moltedo, founders of the eponymous luxury goods brand, Bottega Veneta. Corto learned the business from the inside out by spending summers working in the family factory and honing his design skills.

While never studying fashion formally, Corto Moltedo inherited his parents’ commitment to quality and integrity of design, while cultivating his own original creative sensibilities through his study of the fine arts. After earning a degree in Art History from New York University and a Master’s degree in Communications at Emerson College, Gabrielecorto moved to Paris and founded his own brand, Corto Moltedo, while remaining true to his roots with design and production headquarters in Italy.  Corto Moltedo controls and produces 100% of the collection in his own factories located in Scandicci.


Corto at his party with Nylon Mag


Victoria’s Secret supermodel Doutzen Kroes rocks a brand new Herve Leger exclusively from Blue & Cream on Bowery


Doutzen Kroes at Calvin Klein and Visionaire’s 56 Solar Party flaunting her Herve Leger that celebrity stylist Gali picked out


To get daily scoops and see more celebrity sitings and what they are buying, visit the Blue & Cream blog here

{Pics and bio provided by Laura Katzenberg for Blue and Cream}



  1. Moon Hcz October 29, 2010 Reply

    Herve Leger Dress was founded in 1985 by designer currently known as Herve Leger bandage. Leroux has its name after losing the rights to the name of Herve Leger.

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