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Accessories

Fall 2016 Accessories: Street Life

Accessories have taken to the street — and not just in the sense of casual styles or sporty motifs.

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Nick Graham’s cotton shirt. Saint Laurent sunglasses; Emporio Armani tie.

Men's

Men’s Fall 216 Trend: Get in Line

With brands like Vetements and Junya Watanabe infusing new energy into the striped dress shirt as a fashion piece, this boardroom classic is being pushed to the forefront for fall.

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Fendi Resort 2017

Fashion

Fendi Resort 2017

Creative director Karl Lagerfeld Juxtaposed various motifs in this luxurious, sophisticated lineup.

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Raquel Allegra at 8372 West Third Street in Los Angeles

Fashion

L.A. Designer Raquel Allegra Bows on Third Street

The shop is likely to be the first of many for the designer.

– May 25, 2016

Outside the J. Crew Store on Regent Street.

Retail

J. Crew Narrows Loss, but Sales Continue to Fall

The J. Crew brand saw revenue declines while Madewell continues on a roll.

– May 25, 2016

A J. Mendel jacket on the runway.

Fashion

DIFFA Event Raises $1.4M for AIDS Organizations

The “Circo Rouge” theme resulted in a kaleidoscopic show presenting bizarro carny elements.

– May 25, 2016

Wolk Morais Resort 2017

Runway

Wolk Morais Resort 2017

Brian Wolk and Claude Morais presented their resort lineup at The Standard Hollywood hotel, in a disco setting.

– May 25, 2016

Masha Ma's new men’s line is called Mattitude.

Men's

Masha Ma Unveils Multibrand Store as Part of China’s Magmode

The 2,150-square-foot store is focused solely on menswear and home lifestyle items from a handful of Asian designers.

– May 25, 2016

WithMe featuring Century 21 at Santa Monica Place

Retail

First Look Inside Century 21’s High-Tech West Coast Debut

The off-price chain will have a six-week residency in the former home of Kitson at Santa Monica Place, living within the mall’s first-ever WithMe store concept.

– May 25, 2016

Victoria's Secret Love Me More fragrance

Business

Wall Street Warming Up to Victoria’s Secret Changes

L Brands decision to kill the Victoria’s Secret catalogue is winning over Wall Street.

– May 25, 2016