Garnering media impressions in the millions for her Purely Patricia Style and wit, Patricia Fox is a constant and favorite subject from the red carpet, to on-air interviews, profiles and photographs. Her ability to be the “face” of her brand by leveraging her media appeal is the ultimate brand asset.
NYFW Spring 2018
Author: Helen Oppenheim
Photograph: Fred J. DeVito
This is Patricia Fox, aka Purely Patricia, looking gloriously colorful at the Academy University of Art New York Fashion Week Show for Spring 2018. She is a New York based assemblage artist, interior designer, style collaborator.
Author: Carla Duval
Photograph: Nacho Guevara
August 22, 2017
Fashionista "Purely" Patricia Fox throws her hat into the ring in the debate over WTF we wear to a Broadway show.
Meet Patricia Fox – Queen of the Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival
The Insatiable Traveler
Author: Susan Portnoy
Photograph: Susan Portnoy
April 14, 2017
This Sunday, a throng of New Yorkers and visitors alike will head to midtown to attend one of the city’s most anticipated and inspired celebrations: the Easter Parade and Easter Bonnet Festival.
Bedecked and bedazzled, half of the partygoers will mill about in front of St. Patrick’s Cathedral wearing beautifully crafted, handmade bonnets that defy the imagination (and gravity in some cases)—proof that some people are boundless when it comes to originality, humor and plain old holiday spirit.
And the other half? Well, they come to see what the first half is wearing and take a lot of pictures. And then there’s Patricia.
Purely Patricia Knocks Mrs. Sizzle's Socks Off This Fashion Week
Author: Suzanne Donaldson
September 21, 2016
I spotted Patricia in Central Park and was struck by her personal style and of course her red miniature french poodle! We took a stroll, became fast friends and so I present you with Amy Lombard’s photographs of Patricia and Rubywoo!
Humans of New York Stories
Author: Brandon Stanton
October 15, 2013
Patricia Fox is featured in the cover of a #1 New York Times Bestseller!
"In the summer of 2010, photographer Brandon Stanton began an ambitious project -to single-handedly create a photographic census of New York City. The photos he took and the accompanying interviews became the blog Humans of New York."
The New York Times T Magazine
Author: Lynn Yaeger
August 22, 2010
'Oh, those are fantastic! I want to see them! They're adorable! Let me fix your socks,'' Patricia Fox cries out when she spies Suzanne Golden's shoes, a pair of black and white Comme des Gar?s winkle pickers festooned with rhinestone buckles that serve as a counterpoint to the rest of Golden's black-and-white Junya Watanabe ensemble. Fox, who is wearing a veiled chapeau with a blossom brim, a 1950s sequined floral jacket, a chiffon dress with a hobble skirt and a pair of beaded gloves, is meeting Golden for the first time at a tea party I have organized at the Carlyle Hotel, an event I refer to (but not out loud) as a ''nutty-dressers'' luncheon....
Author: Ari Seth Cohen
Photographer and author, Ari Seth Cohen, is the creator of Advanced Style, a project devoted “to capturing the sartorial savvy of the senior set.” He says, “I feature people who live full creative lives. They live life to the fullest, age gracefully and continue to grow and challenge themselves.”