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  • A first glimpse at fall fashion 2013

    A first glimpse at fall fashion 2013
    It's the dead of winter, which means that while the rest of us get ready for spring, high fashion is already showing us fall. Photos from recent shows in Europe left us mostly breathless — except for a disaster from Chanel. From the monochromatic...
  • Beckley joins the cool kids

    Beckley joins the cool kids
    If there were a social hierarchy for independent boutiques in the proverbial school lunchroom that is L.A., the cool kids would likely sit on West 3rd Street — and not just for close proximity to the Chinese chicken salad at Joan's on Third....
  • Parkland-raised designer on Project Runway

    Parkland-raised designer on Project Runway
    When Project Runway’s season 11 debuts Thursday, Jan. 24 at 9 p.m. on Lifetime, it will include SoFlo’s Katelyn Pankoke. Oh sure she may live in Chicago now, but Pankoke is an around the way girl from Parkland The fashion designer - who...
  • Five trends in women's fashion this fall

    Five trends in women's fashion this fall
    Distilling dozens of designer collections isn't easy. But after a month-long cavalcade of fashion weeks in the style capitals of Paris, Milan, London and New York, here goes — our picks for the fall-winter 2011 season's top five trends. Caped...
  • Dramatic looks at 'Il Teatro alla Moda'

    Dramatic looks at 'Il Teatro alla Moda'
    The extraordinary workmanship on display in "Il Teatro alla Moda — Theater in Fashion" in Beverly Hills makes it easy to understand why Italy's haute couture fashion scene was once as revered as that of France. The exhibition, which runs through...
  • Milan Fashion Week: Max Mara's nod to Katie Holmes

     
    With duffle coats, fisherman's knit sweaters and tartan skirts, Max Mara's fall collection was all about the classics, which should have appealed to the low-key Katie Holmes, who was setting off a million flashbulbs in the front row at the......
  • Milan Fashion Week: At Alberta Ferretti, the odd mod squad

     
    There has been a 1960s undercurrent in the shows this season. In New York, Barbara Tfank expanded her ladylike vision to include the retro evening tunic-and-cigarette pants look (as well as Justin Bieber-meets-the Beatles wigs on the models). And in......
  • Milan Fashion Week: Gianfranco Ferre back on track?

     
    It was the first Gianfranco Ferre show that designers Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi presented in front of the brand's new owners, Dubai-based Paris Group. And you wouldn't have known from the cool, confident collection that Ferre had just been........
  • Milan Fashion Week: Miuccia Prada brings childlike wonder back to fashion

     
    Showing her collection against the backdrop of a two-story, dollhouse-like set, Miuccia Prada brought childlike wonder back to fashion. The collection revolved around short coats and coatdresses with low-slung belts, oversized buttons and a 1960s vibe....
  • Milan Fashion Week: At Fendi, English countryside chic by way of the art studio

     
    After years in the ready-to-wear doldrums, the Fendi collection keeps getting better and better. For fall, the look was English countryside by way of the art studio. That meant relaxed, smock-like coats with colorful piping, worn with ankle-length pants,...
  • Milan Fashion Week: D&G's ABCs

     
    Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana stick to a formula when it comes to their secondary collection, D&G. They take one print, and milk it for all its worth. This season, they were alphabet prints splashed on leggings, tees, oversized sweaters,......
  • Milan Fashion Week: The top shows and takeaways

     
    The big news in Milan was the continued interest in updating classic couture shapes with unusual colors, fabrications and surface embellishments. We saw it done best at Jil Sander, where designer Raf Simons made outsize drop-shoulder coats, tunics and...