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  • Paris Fashion Week spring 2014: Balenciaga review

    Paris Fashion Week spring 2014: Balenciaga review
    New York-based designer Alexander Wang showed his hotly anticipated second collection for the French fashion house of Balenciaga on Thursday morning at the Paris Observatory. The scene: Guests climbed the stairs to the top floor, where a picture window...
  • Tilda Swinton, Cate Blanchett, Diane Kruger are colorful on red carpet

    Tilda Swinton, Cate Blanchett, Diane Kruger are colorful on red carpet
    In a season when individual fashion expression is taking center stage, we salute the red-carpet mavericks. When it comes to stars who do it their way, daring to step out in the unconventional and surprising, Tilda Swinton is always top of mind. A true...
  • Fall 2013 fashions go back to black and white

    Fall 2013 fashions go back to black and white
    If several years of riotous color and digital prints in fashion has you seeing spots, and punk rock is not your thing, going back to black (and white) could be a welcome palette cleanser. What started last season on the spring runways with Marc Jacobs'...
  • Letter from the editor

    Letter from the editor
    Individuality has never been more in. In our Fall Fashion issue, we start with a report on the season's all-encompassing look. We're calling it "Street Luxe." At Givenchy, Saint Laurent, Rodarte, Fendi and elsewhere, designers have translated the...
  • New York Fashion Week fall 2013: Alexander Wang review

    New York Fashion Week fall 2013: Alexander Wang review
    NEW YORK -- To say that Alexander Wang is under pressure right now would be an understatement. Wang, 29, a rock star designer in his own right, known for brash basics favored by downtown It girls and models, is the newly crowned creative director of...
  • Paris runways: Shaking things up

    Paris runways: Shaking things up
    PARIS — We saw a giant spinning globe at Chanel, heard live music by Antony and the Johnsons at Givenchy and snapped front-row pics everywhere of celebrities, including Jessica Chastain, Naomi Watts, Frank Ocean, Zoe Saldana, January Jones, Kourtney...
  • Playing with fire: Amanda Bynes' wardrobe meltdown

    Playing with fire: Amanda Bynes' wardrobe meltdown
    Amanda Bynes had a kind of a wardrobe meltdown Monday when she accidentally set her pants on fire while she was allegedly purposely setting a small fire outside a home in Thousand Oaks. She reportedly wasn't injured, but police took her in for an...
  • Revealed: winner of the Cosby Sweater Tournament

    Revealed: winner of the Cosby Sweater Tournament
    Earlier this month we told you about the poll underway at Bill Cosby's website that asked the public to pick its favroite sweater from the comedian's vast archive of eye-catching knitwear. Now that the voting has ended, we can report that the sweater...
  • Fall fashion: Tough love

    Fall fashion: Tough love
    Forget the Gossip Girls, Joan Holloway, Bettie Page and those other retro chicks. There is a new feminine ideal this fall, and she kicks butt. If the last five years have been dominated by the preening and pristine women of "Mad Men," we are now...
  • Paco Rabanne taps Julien Dossena to head women's ready-to-wear

    French designer Julien Dossena has been appointed creative director of women's ready-to-wear at Paco Rabanne, the label announced Thursday. The fashion house issued the following statement regarding the appointment: “We are delighted to welcome...
  • Review: "Shocked: My Mother, Schiaparelli, and Me" by Patricia Volk

    Review: "Shocked: My Mother, Schiaparelli, and Me" by Patricia Volk
    Scanning the title of this shocking-pink tome, I expected it to be another two-degrees-of-separation fashion biography, this one of mid-20th century Italian designer Elsa Schiaparelli, in the manner of the recent “The Master of Us All” by Mary...
  • Color: Bold victory

    Color: Bold victory
    Pow! Hot-hued, high-impact accessories can put the finishing touch on the season's sporty looks. Take a vibrant piece, like Marni's cherry-red perforated leather bag, or 3.1 Phillip Lim's vivid yellow gold leather boots, and pair with a dress, a button-...