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  • Barneys New York, minus 'Co-Op,' to reopen Saturday at the Grove

    Barneys New York, minus 'Co-Op,' to reopen Saturday at the Grove
    Barneys New York, minus the 'Co-Op,' is set to reopen Saturday at the Grove. The luxury department store chain announced last month that it would be re-branding its smaller-footprint, contemporary-focused Barneys Co-Op stores as Barneys New York...
  • These boots were made for gawking

    They are a distant relative of the sandals originally worn by the ancient Greeks and Romans. At the spring-summer 2013 fashion collections, designers such as Tom Ford, Alexander Wang and Joseph Altuzarra featured innovative knee-high-and-above versions on...
  • High tech meets high fashion

    High tech meets high fashion
    From digitally printed textiles to stylish tech gadgets and even wearable computing, the ever-growing partnership of fashion and technology is catapulting the design world into a whole new dimension. Evidence was everywhere at the New York fall-winter...
  • Rash guards that do double duty as streetwear

    Rash guards that do double duty as streetwear
    Action sports and high fashion may not seem like the most likely of companions, but in the past decade designers have done more than dip a toe into surf culture; they have embraced the easygoing, sun-drenched lifestyle common to Southern California and...
  • New York Fashion Week fall 2013 highlights: Casual steps up

    New York Fashion Week fall 2013 highlights: Casual steps up
    NEW YORK — What's most notable about the lineup for the fall-winter 2013 season at New York Fashion Week, which began Wednesday and includes 300-plus runway shows and presentations over eight days, is how many accessible, everyday-wear brands like...
  • New York Fashion Week fall 2013: Kelly Wearstler review

    New York Fashion Week fall 2013: Kelly Wearstler review
    NEW YORK -- Jeans covered in tiny baguette crystals, a blue shearling denim jacket and glitter-dusted T-shirts, oh my. Interior decorator-fashion designer Kelly Wearstler brought her eclectic L.A. sense of glam to New York Fashion Week on Friday,...
  • New York Fashion Week fall 2013: Band of Outsiders women's collection review

    New York Fashion Week fall 2013: Band of Outsiders women's collection review
    NEW YORK -- Band of Outsiders creative director Scott Sternberg showed the label's fall 2013 women’s collection Saturday during New York Fashion Week. Inspiration: "I was listening to early '40s Billie Holiday and sort of researching that era,"...
  • Southern California dreaming on 2013 spring runways

    Southern California dreaming on 2013 spring runways
    One of the great joys of being a fashion critic is the ability to observe how designers all over the world riff on and reinterpret the L.A. look. Watching the spring runway collections, whether I was sitting at a runway show in the crumbling Beekman...
  • Q&A with fashion novelist Danielle Steel about her book 'First Sight'

    Novelist Danielle Steel, 65, had a passion for fashion even before she got her hands on her first Hermes Kelly bag, a gift from her grandmother, at age 17. A regular on the bestseller list, with more than 600 million books sold since her first title...
  • Essentials: Emerald must-have pieces

    There's a reason the Wizard of Oz lived in the grand Emerald City. The deep shade of green is synonymous with elegance and luxury. After color authority Pantone named emerald the official color of 2013, the green tone began popping up on runways and in...
  • 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....