I had a great time photographing the Vintage Clothing Show this year at the Metropolitan Pavilion for Gothamist (“Inside The Colorful Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show,” by Jen Carlson). The David Bowie costumes exhibit was great; many of his costumes, including Ziggy Stardust era platforms and a “third eye headpiece” bedizened in bright red feathers, were featured. The collection was put together by David Ornstein of Daybreak Vintage Rentals; he runs the entire show and is fantastic. We spent a great deal of time talking about our personal antique collections. The highlight for me included a comprehensive discussion about 1960s glass artist, George Briard, whose pieces I’ve been collecting for years; he actually has a large George Briard table, a rare piece I never even knew existed. David and his wife, Maureen, run Daybreak, a huge movie rental costume house. They’ve supplied clothing for many movies and TV shows, including Boardwalk Empire, Vinyl, Madmen, Carnivale, Fargo, Revolutionary Road, Doubt, Good Night and Good Luck, Factory Girl, Catch Me If You Can, and many more. I also spent some time with the lovely proprietors of Hotel Times Square: Burt Fendelman, Hollie Vendewald, and Brian Cummings. Their booth featured several dresses that Bob Mackie designed for Mitzi Gaynor’s variety show. Finally, I had a great time meeting Valerie and Jean, the “Idiosyncratic Fashionistas.” You may have seen them in the documentary, Advanced Style.