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Meredith Koop spent many years in the White House working with the former first lady on her wardrobe. Now she is helping her with the... [Read More]
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Winning women declare independence from pantsuits and pearls. [Read More]
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What would the first female president wear? [Read More]
Florals à go-go at Versace, greige starlight at Armani and myth-busting at Marni. [Read More]
Moschino and Prada process the demands of the technological world. [Read More]
And Amazons in the office at MaxMara. [Read More]
You'd think the new duchess might have influenced what we saw on the London catwalks. You'd be wrong. Instead we got cross-dressers, animal sex and... [Read More]
In his debut for the house, Riccardo Tisci played with the brand's codes and played it safe at the same time... [Read More]
All the reviews, the people and the trends. [Read More]
Frances Valentine is releasing fresh items created and inspired by the late New York designer. [Read More]
After a crazy-long wait, the designer delivered a beautiful collection. Is that still enough? [Read More]
Frances Valentine is releasing fresh items created and inspired by the late New York designer. [Read More]
Two entirely different collections from Telfar and Rodarte have one very important thing in common. [Read More]
The late designer is still present in the new accessories from her Frances Valentine label... [Read More]
At Pyer Moss, Kerby Jean-Raymond makes a sophisticated point, though he wasn't the only designer addressing the issues of the day. [Read More]
Hillary Clinton, Oprah Winfrey and a star-studded crowd came to celebrate the designer's 50-year career. [Read More]
The late designer is still very much present in the new accessories from her Frances Valentine label. [Read More]
Plus, what do people actually wear in the front row? [Read More]
The first show of New York Fashion Week was a conscious rejection of sneaker style, and an exercise in nostalgia. [Read More]
The major designer debuts, the biggest bash and the questions to ask... [Read More]
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