Thank goodness fashion tires of trends quickly (last season’s “recession chic” cast a dour pall over our festivities). But spring ’10 is already looking up, and the strongest trend taking shaping is one we never tire of: art collaborations. Photographer (and Women Models founder) Paul Rowland will kick off the New York shows with a fete for Supreme and V in a hot new Chelsea penthouse space that might just give Milk Studios a run for its money… Meanwhile, Croatian wonder Damir Doma will be arting up the Soho Grand with a conceptual installation called Silent… Always adept at the art of being fashionable (or the fashion of being arty?), Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida are following up last season’s exhibit with an homage to legendary painter Richard Hambleton, starting with a dinner at Armani, followed by a VIP opening bash… Not to be outdone that night, MOMA has recruited Linda Evangelista to host the opening of interior designer Ron Arad‘s No Discipline exhibit… Deitch Projects and Vogue are hosting The Open, a group show of emerging artists at the epic Deitch Studios on the East River… Graduating from basement dungeons and mannequin manhandling, the crew at Bland is having a full-blown performance at Cherry Lane Theatre… Then there’s the much-rumored threeasfour collaboration with Yoko Ono at Milk Studios, as well as the launch of Pop’s Damien Hirst-designed covers… The week will wrap up with a bang at the New Museum with the launch of Shoot, Rizzoli’s valentine to the point-and-shoot revolution, showcasing the work of Nan Goldin, Wolfgang Tillmans and Juergen Teller. Collections, collectors, collectibles and collabs—can you handle it? Of course, we’ll trust you to use your own wiles to shimmy your way in. Or you can just stay tuned.