2010 March 18
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(NEW YORK) Inside a Jet-Set Designer's Atelier [WSJ]
"Mr. Valli's recent fall 2010 show closed with a long gown that ended dramatically in a giant bundle of fluffy fabric below the knees. It will retail for about $28,000. In the past week, says a spokeswoman, the fashion house has sold eight of the gowns (five in North America and three in Europe)"
The Beat Goes Online, Minus the Glitz [NY Times]
What happened to Jane's Brandon Holley? The former Condé EIC is now super-successful--but far less glam--editing Yahoo's Shine from her living room
Lagerfeld for Hogan [Vogue UK]
The Kaiser signs on to create a capsule collection of footwear for Hogan
Someone posing as Bee Shaffer on Twitter [Page Six]
Anna Wintour's daughter is the victim of Twitter identity theft--twice
The Revolution Will Be Wearable [NY Times]
Guy Trebay on the military explosion in fashion: "Odds are Flo Kennedy might have disapproved of the way sartorial expressions once favored by radicals like her have been refashioned as tools of the establishment. Then again, the woman Avedon photographed looking fierce and indomitable in a hip-hugger skirt with a front-laced closure, a camouflage-style tank top, a bush hat and an ankh might have surveyed the current fashion landscape and taken a certain pleasure in the vision of a global sisterhood unwittingly copping her radical style."
Dior’s beauty team is in new hands: Peter Philips has been tapped as the brand’s creative and image director. In this new capacity, Philips will create and formulate makeup for...
The most whimsical accoutrement purveyor on the block is getting down to business: Charlotte Olympia is rolling out a duo of office-ready new collections on June 14. The new lines ...
We’ve fallen for Swedish glamazon Elsa Hosk (you may know her from her Victoria’s Secret PINK campaign.) She’s got the magic formula of looks and grace under fire, even when ...