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  • The Crowd: 20 years of fighting hunger

     The Crowd: 20 years of fighting hunger
    Jill Johnson-Tucker and Jennifer Van Bergh have made a secret pact with Dorian Gray. Twenty years ago the two Newport ladies founded an organization called the Harvesters. Recently in Costa Mesa at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Jennifer and Jill...
  • Trend Watch: HB Art Walk on Nov. 21

    Trend Watch: HB Art Walk on Nov. 21
    New artists will exhibit their work at the Nov. 21 Downtown Huntington Beach Art Walk. Cristina Hoyos, a postmodern Surrealist artist from Colombia, will have her work on display, according to event manager Mary Ann Senske. Hoyos explores the theme of...
  • Ilaria Venturini Fendi turns trash into treasured handbags

    As the daughter of one of the five Fendi sisters of the famed Italian brand, Ilaria Venturini Fendi found herself designing in the family firm but not feeling fulfilled. After leaving haute fashion for a life on an organic, sustainable farm near Rome, she...
  • 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: 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...
  • Milan Fashion Week: Bottega Veneta's lovely, loopy ladies

     
    Tomas Maier showed a crack collection for Bottega Veneta. So many of this season's runway shows seem to be about off-the-wall, eccentric lady style. But his take on it was perfect in every way. There was a retro 1960s, Mad......
  • Milan Fashion Week: Versace goes for baroque, but it's too little, too late

     
    By opening the show with Gianni's signature baroque swirls and flowers blown up to Pop Art proportions on mod minidresses, it seemed Donatella Versace was going to have some irreverent fun with her fall collection. The trouble is, Miuccia Prada......
  • Milan Fashion Week: Jil Sander, Raf Simons ski dazzles

     
    Raf Simons did it again, following last season's Jil Sander spectacular with a repeat performance. This time it was ski wear that inspired him, which means stirrup pants are back! All black, and pulled through the wedge soles of ankle......
  • Your morning fashion and beauty report: Kate Middleton's dress sells for big bucks, Michelle Obama dresses for the garden, and Karl Lagerfeld is everywhere

     
    Is there anything Karl Lagerfeld can't do, the Telegraph wonders. He heads up three fashion houses (Dior, Fendi and his own eponymous label); he's a designer, photographer, illustrator, director and actor. Now he's directing an ad campaign for an ice........