2010 February 24
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(NEW YORK) Mad Men Madness [Times UK]
While the women may emulate the Betty Draper look, the same phenomenon is happening in the realm of menswear. Call it the Don Draper Effect.
No Girls Allowed [Vogue UK]
GQ.com announces its list of the most influential men in British Fashion, based on their financial security and dapper looks.
Fashion Hearts Art [Artinfo]
Commenting on the increase of artist and designer collaborations, Darrell Hartman writes, “designers are turning to younger, lesser-known artists in search of edgy, pretty, or just plain fresh infusions.”
Kris Van Assche’s Futuristic Installation [GoGo Paris]
The Galerie des Galeries has teamed up with last year’s jury president, Kris Van Assche, as he created “Picaflor,” a futuristic installation of metallic sculptures that resemble space-age flowers.
Up in the Hair [Vanity Fair]
Take a look at Vanity Fair’s favorite hair-raising men of Fashion Week. From Jared Leto to Ed Westwick, these boys all favored the vertical ‘do.
Moda Operandi will be expanding their luxury e-commerce business, thanks to a new $20 million round of funding. Since it was founded three years ago, the site, co-founded by Lauren...
A slew of designers are getting the British Fashion Council's stamp of approval. BFC's NewGen council is sponsoring seven young labels' walks down the catwalk during London Fashion...
The perfect holiday treat just might be a dose of Donna Karan, in the form of her Urban Zen Marketplace. Brimming with gift-apropos goods of very wearable and décor-ready iterations...