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  • Hollywood & 7th Avenue: A Rocky Love Affair

    For the last decade, celebrities have regularly replaced models on the covers of the style-centric monthlies. But Vogue's decision to feature three models on its September cover -- the fashion bible's most important issue of the year -- signals there's...
  • Opening Ceremony possibility: A store in every big city

    Opening Ceremony possibility: A store in every big city
    If there is one store that has shaped fashion retail in the 21st century, it's Opening Ceremony. Founded by California natives Carol Lim and Humberto Leon in New York's SoHo in 2002, Opening Ceremony was conceived as a shopping version of the Olympics,...
  • 'Annie' Costume Designer Creates Target Clothing Line

    Hey hobo man, hey Dapper Dan: Target is partnering with the costume designer of the upcoming "Annie" remake on an apparel line. Renée Ehrlich Kalfus has created a 25-piece limited-edition collection of girl's apparel and accessories line that hits...
  • New York Fashion Week: Proenza Schouler gets real

    New York Fashion Week: Proenza Schouler gets real
    Proenza Schouler designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez showed their spring collection Wednesday night on Wall Street, in the heart of Manhattan's financial district. The symbolism was apt, because this lineup, more than almost any other the...
  • New York Fashion Week: Optimism and eclecticism are in full bloom

    New York Fashion Week: Optimism and eclecticism are in full bloom
    After 10 days of fashion shows, it's hard to imagine there's a boundary left to push, a color that's gone unused or a silhouette that hasn't been relaxed. While the collections were all over the map (and in some cases, the maps were all over the...
  • French brand the Kooples opens Los Angeles store

    French brand the Kooples opens Los Angeles store
    French clothing company the Kooples opened its first U.S. flagship over the weekend, right here in L.A. The label, founded in Paris in 2008, offers "accessible luxury" with clothing inspired by vintage looks for men and women and created in...
  • Smart or selling out? What Opening Ceremony's growth might look like

    Smart or selling out? What Opening Ceremony's growth might look like
    Could an Opening Ceremony store be coming to every city in the land? Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, founders of the influential retailer and its eponymous private label, announced plans on Tuesday to accelerate growth after scoring a minority investment...
  • Fashion that is going places

     Fashion that is going places
    Beckoning warmth, longer days, the open road. Wasting time, getting lost, letting curiosity be your guide. It's the season of wanderlust. So is it any wonder that for spring collections, many designers looked to the world of travel for inspiration?...
  • Mara Hoffman brings her summertime-feel fashion brand to sunny SoCal

    NEW YORK — Mara Hoffman's brand of Technicolor tribal hippie chic is a summertime pick-me-up if ever there was one. The New York designer best known for her swim and resort collections is lending her kaleidoscopic prints and rainbow warrior...
  • N.Y. Fashion Week: At Proenza Schouler, reveling in haute tackiness

    NEW YORK -- So bad it's good. That's what came to mind while I was watching the dynamic Proenza Schouler runway show Wednesday night at New York Fashion Week. And I mean it in the best possible way. Designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez...
  • N.Y. Fashion Week: Calvin Klein's grungy coziness

    N.Y. Fashion Week: Calvin Klein's grungy coziness
    At the Calvin Klein show on Thursday afternoon, designer Franciso Costa mixed street wear with nomadic-looking knits for a look that hinted at '90s-era grunge, particularly with every model wearing Doc Marten-style flat utility boots. Fashion "It girl"...