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  • Fashion Week: Runway To Reality

    Fashion Week: Runway To Reality
    Over 80 designers presented their Fall collections at New York Fashion Week. We're showing PIX11 viewers how to get ahead of the curve with Fall trends they can wear now including: the Liquid Look, Lace, Power Suit and Little White Dress. Items range from...
  • The Crowd: Nordstrom, museum team up for fall preview

    The Crowd: Nordstrom, museum team up for fall preview
    The Orange County Museum of Art joined with Nordstrom in presenting the annual designer preview for fall 2011. Collections off the runways of New York, Milan and Paris combined the worlds of art and fashion under the stewardship of fashionable event...
  • Parents of Underage Model Sue Urban Outfitters Over Sexy Photos

    Parents of Underage Model Sue Urban Outfitters Over Sexy Photos
    MANHATTAN, N.Y. (KTLA) -- Parents of a 16-year-old model are suing Urban Outfitters for using images of the young girl posed provocatively on merchandise and their website. Haley Clauson, who was 15 at the time of the 2010 photo shoot in Los Angeles,...
  • Runway to Rack with Designer Daniel Feld

    You may know him from Season 5 of Project Runway. Daniel Feld joined us live with some great looks that are in stores now. Daniel began his career apprenticing with designers Donna Karan and Zac Posen. The designer was a competitor on the fifth season...
  • The stars align for kabbalah

    The stars align for kabbalah
    Second of two parts When Philip Berg decided in the early 1970s to teach kabbalah to the masses, he predicted that orthodox rabbis would stone him and his wife, Karen. For a long time, that seemed a pompous overstatement. Few people had even heard of the...
  • Hansen: Looking past the label in thrift stores

    When you're in a Laguna Beach thrift store, you're either slightly embarrassed or you think you're cool. Inevitably, there is a moment when you ask yourself, am I here out of necessity or do I just want to see if they have last year's Dolce & Gabbana?...
  • Designers still use a skeleton crew

    Designers still use a skeleton crew
    THERE was the model at the Oscar de la Renta show in a fur vest, spindly arms sticking out like brittle twigs. And the one at Yeohlee who wasn't big enough to fill out her high-waisted skinny pants. Alarmingly thin models may be the subject fashion can't...
  • 'Mad Men's' Christina Hendricks is a vintage soul

    'Mad Men's' Christina Hendricks is a vintage soul
    Christina Hendricks eyes a darling white cloche much as a cougar sizes up a coyote with a limp. She circles. She purrs. She pounces. "I have so many hats, but. . . " she says, adjusting the brim in the mirror at the local vintage boutique The Way We Wore....
  • Top fashion trends for fall

    Top fashion trends for fall
    There was a luxe trashiness to many of the collections for fall that's curious when everyone is in survival mode. Between Alexander Wang in New York, Pucci in Milan, Balmain and Givenchy in Paris, I was left with a distinct morning-after feeling. But why,...
  • Fashion designers take note of Michelle Obama

    Fashion designers take note of Michelle Obama
    First Lady Michelle Obama has become something of a muse to several New York designers, who showed pre-fall 2010 collections in December that reflected signature elements of her style. "She's a fashion icon, an inspiration for designers," Sasha Charnin...
  • Tory Burch has turned her line of classics into a must-have lifestyle brand

    Tory Burch has turned her line of classics into a must-have lifestyle brand
    We started to notice it a few months ago -- the Palm Beachy printed clutches at Old Navy, the two-tone cardigans with jeweled buttons at J. Crew, the beaded tunics at Banana Republic, the indispensable flat shoe with a gold insignia on the toe at Target....
  • Denim days, thanks to Alber Elbaz

    Denim days, thanks to Alber Elbaz
    THE MOST exciting thing at couture week in Paris last month wasn't an over-the-top runway gown or a wasp-waisted lady suit. It was denim. And it was denim by Alber Elbaz, the darling of French fashion who over the last few seasons has captivated women...