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Fashion
News, articles and information about the fashion industry, the seasonal fashion shows (such as Mercedes Fashion Week and Olympus Fashion Week) where designers show off their runway creations, and trends showing us what to wear to be hip, including shoes, sunglasses, boots, dresses, slacks, pants, jeans, tops, shirts, jackets and coats.
News, articles and information about the fashion industry, the seasonal fashion shows (such as Mercedes Fashion Week and Olympus Fashion Week) where designers show off their runway creations, and trends showing us what to wear to be hip, including shoes, sunglasses, boots, dresses, slacks, pants, jeans, tops, shirts, jackets and coats. « Show less

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  • Anya Hindmarch, Sophia Webster, Charlotte Olympia styles bring smiles

    Anya Hindmarch, Sophia Webster, Charlotte Olympia styles bring smiles
    If you enjoy tongue-in-cheek style, you already know — or should know — these clever designers. All British women, they have straddled the line between lighthearted playfulness and kitsch so successfully they now produce luxury accessory lines...
  • Michael Cohen dies at 79; co-founder of California fashion brand Michael Stars

    Michael Cohen dies at 79; co-founder of California fashion brand Michael Stars
    Michael Cohen, co-founder of the California fashion brand Michael Stars, died Friday at his Manhattan Beach home. He was 79. The cause was prostate cancer, brand publicist Jennifer Cornwall Rojas said. Cohen and Suzanne Lerner co-founded Michael Stars...
  • Niche-size shopping: Retail clothing lines grow, shrink with economy

    MINNEAPOLIS When Target added a new plus-size line called Ava & Viv last month, it was another sign of a stronger clothing market for larger women. Plus sizes are on the upswing in women's retailers and malls. But just as investors keep an eye out for...
  • JustFab wants to be the next H&M

    JustFab wants to be the next H&M
    Actresses Aubrey Plaza, Peyton List and Jamie Chung; singer Katharine McPhee; dancer Karina Smirnoff and E! Entertainment television host Maria Menounos were among the guests who turned out at the Sunset Tower in West Hollywood on Wednesday to fete El...
  • 'Salem' star Janet Montgomery discusses her own and Mary Sibley's styles

    British actress Janet Montgomery, who plays the quite fashionable and powerful witch Mary Sibley on WGN America's period drama "Salem," wings back for a supernatural second season on Sunday. Set in 17th century Massachusetts during the Salem witch trial...
  • AP Interview: Gaultier on Madonna and saying "au revoir"

    He may be one of the world's most famous designers, but Jean Paul Gaultier seems to be falling out of love with the fashion industry. The French couturier — who found fame putting Madonna in a conical bra and helped shape global trends for four...
  • American Apparel to cut 180 jobs amid a turnaround bid and worker ire

    American Apparel to cut 180 jobs amid a turnaround bid and worker ire
    American Apparel Inc. is laying off about 180 employees as the company tries to engineer a comeback in the midst of worker discontent with new management. Most of the job losses are coming from American Apparel's sprawling manufacturing operations in...
  • Fitz and the Tantrums strike a fashion chord with soul and style

    Fitz and the Tantrums strike a fashion chord with soul and style
    Soul-spiked L.A. pop band Fitz and the Tantrums will likely be greeted by a whistling crowd when they land at the two-weekend Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio for their Sunday performances on April 12 and 19. After all, the band's...
  • Jenny Lewis simply suits her rainbows and star dust

    Jenny Lewis simply suits her rainbows and star dust
    When singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis released her 2014 album "The Voyager," she also introduced her "graffiti Gram Parsons suit." It was a sartorial nod to the ornate, nature-inspired suit that flamboyant tailor Nudie Cohn styled for the country rock icon...
  • American Apparel is laying off 180 employees in rebound effort

    American Apparel is laying off 180 employees in rebound effort
    American Apparel Inc. has started laying off about 180 workers mostly in its sprawling manufacturing operations in Southern California as the clothing maker tries to turn around years of losses. Paula Schneider, who took over as chief executive in...
  • Chanel to add e-commerce, Yoox merges with Net-a-Porter

    E-Chanel: French luxury brand Chanel appears to be moving into e-commerce, a fashion industry trade paper reports today. According to WWD, the label, a longtime holdout in the online-shopping space, is aiming to make at least some of its luxe apparel...