2010 February 9
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(NEW YORK) "Stop Shopping!" [Vogue UK]
Dame Vivienne Westwood pleads with would-be shoppers --even those looking to pick up her pieces--to stop shopping completely for at least six months to avoid waste and unnecessary consumerism
The fashion stars of Central Saint Martins [Guardian UK]
With alum like Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders, and Mark Fast, who will the next generation of stars be? Professor Louise Wilson looks back at this year's grads
Brooklyn Decker: My SI Swimsuit Cover Made Mom Cry – with Joy [People]
The wife of Andy Roddick gushes about her first-ever Sports illustrated cover: "We're all on pins and needles before the issue comes out, because the cover is something all the girls want so badly"
Diane von Furstenberg dishes on Diller marriage [Page Six]
DvF on her longtime husband: "I did leave him, and I went with other men, but they always ended up being jealous of Barry and not the other way around. At the end, he got me, and I'm happy he got me. He's the pillar of our family."
Cult of the Living Doll in Tokyo [NY Times]
A new generation of women in Japan aspire to look exactly like dolls, one Ageha, or swallowtail butterfly, girl spends at least two hours each morning with false eyelashes, hair extensions, and complicated makeup
Giving heels the boot, Jimmy Choo's £400 trainers are height of cool [NY Times]
With gold eyelets, exotic skins and star-print soles, these Jimmy Choo sneakers are anything by low-key--or low-price
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...
Riccardo Tisci Has Tapped Erykah Badu To Front Givenchy [Styleite] And he reminds the world that she is an icon, of course!...A Pint-Sized Designer With A Fashiony T-Shirt Line, Missy...
Luxury fragrance brand Kilian just opened its first U.S. brick and mortar retail store in the Meatpacking neighborhood this month. Before the store's big bash to fête its fashionable...