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  • Want more fashion TV? Try these

    Want more fashion TV? Try these
    It all started with " America's Next Top Model." The Tyra Banks-hosted TV model competition, now in its 15th cycle since debuting in 2003, proved that the business of fashion — played out by packs of volatile young hopefuls — could be fodder...
  • Paris Fashion Week wrap-up

    Paris Fashion Week wrap-up
    Designers behaving badly, official statements issued, endless speculation about replacements ... Is fashion the new Hollywood or what? At the second half of Paris Fashion Week, which ended Wednesday, the Twitterverse was still on fire with rumors about...
  • Bijan Pakzad dies; Beverly Hills designer of luxury menswear

    Bijan Pakzad dies; Beverly Hills designer of luxury menswear
    Bijan Pakzad, an Iranian American designer of jewelry, fragrances and luxury menswear who ran a Beverly Hills boutique and was renowned as clothier to some of the world's most powerful men, died Saturday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los...
  • New faces at old fashion labels

    New faces at old fashion labels
    When Karl Lagerfeld arrived at Chanel in 1983, the label had degenerated into a glorified fragrance business. But during his tenure, he's turned Chanel into a global force and ushered in a new era in fashion. This "Lazarus movement" has inspired dozens of...
  • In fashion, the brand plays on

    In fashion, the brand plays on
    Any doubt that there would be life for the Alexander McQueen brand after the death of its founder should have vanished over the last two weeks. The hoopla surrounding the opening of the "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" exhibition at the Metropolitan...
  • Peter Philips makes his colorful mark on Chanel

    Peter Philips makes his colorful mark on Chanel
    One of the biggest beauty breakthroughs in recent years involves the rise of funky nail polish colors — blue, green, gray, even black — which have become socially acceptable for almost all women, no matter their age or occupation. That...
  • Today's News From the Cars.com Family

     
    One reader asks what small vehicle is best equipped to haul a bicycle, for which Ask.cars.com directs him to our resident Weekend Athlete for an explanation. PickupTrucks.com takes a look at a weekend event in Ohio that saw a large......
  • Miu Miu, Zoe Cassavetes and the future of short fashion films

     
    These days, fashion houses are rolling out short films faster than you can say, "Action!" Chanel has produced several, the most recent being the bizarre "Window World" directed by Karl Lagerfeld; Dior's "Lady Grey London," starring Marion Cotillard,...
  • The Runways: Our fashion critic previews New York and London

     
    The fall 2011 runway show season kicked off Wednesday in New York. And this time I'm in it for the long haul, covering all four cities -- New York, London, Milan and Paris -- where designers are showing the collections......
  • New York Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2011: Libertine back on the scene

     
    After a two-year hiatus, the Los Angeles-based label Libertine was back on the runway, this time with only one of its original designers (Johnson Hartig) at the helm. The label, founded in 2002, earned a reputation (and a group of......
  • 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,...