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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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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: 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...
  • Golden Globes 2014: White out on the red carpet

    Golden Globes 2014: White out on the red carpet
    Lupita Nyong'o's red Ralph Lauren gown aside, I'm seeing a near absence of color in the fashion choices on the Golden Globes 2014 red carpet so far, for better and worse. One of the best examples of the trend is "Wolf of Wall Street" actress Margot...
  • Farfetch is ready to raise its U.S. profile

    Farfetch is ready to raise its U.S. profile
    London-based luxury e-tailer Farfetch.com has a concept that's "why didn't I think of that?" simple: a website that unites the selling power of some of the best independent luxury boutiques from around the globe, including A'Maree's in Newport Beach,...
  • Shailene Woodley rocks the crop; remembering Marilyn Monroe

    Shailene Woodley rocks the crop; remembering Marilyn Monroe
    Top of crops: Proving that no matter how many times designers show crop tops on the runway, the only place they truly translate is in Hollywood, Shailene Woodley (who seems to have a particular penchant for the crop) stepped out in the above Proenza...
  • 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...
  • This fall, an indigo boom in denim

    This fall, an indigo boom in denim
    D-ID (Denim Identity) Quilting from a leather menswear jacket inspired the distinctive diamond stitching that is the signature of D-ID, or Denim Identity, the new line designer Jimmy Taverniti debuted last month. "The whole print trend is slowing...