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Speculation Grows About Baker's Chase for Neiman's

A deal to sell the Dallas-based luxury chain would be difficult to execute.

clock 16hDavid Moin

Fashion

Inside Giorgio Armani's Chic Spring Collection

Dubbing his collection ‘Charmani,’ Giorgio Armani’s spring line radiated a chic charm that felt fresh and alluring.

clock September 23, 2016Bridget Foley

Fashion

Versace Rethinks Ath-leisure for Spring 2017

Donatella Versace played an athletic hand for the win for spring.

clock September 24, 2016Jessica Iredale

The Art of Deception

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Overview

Get ready for a season that demands a second look.

From This Issue

Footwear

Finding Ferragamo

What’s old really is new again.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Tribal Rules

Channel your inner warrior princess.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

A la Mod

Go retro with the cool colors of Carnaby Street…

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Handbags

Hippie Chic

Harken back to the mellow vibes of the Haight.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Footwear

Miss America

Rooting for the home team

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Footwear

Miss Universe

Do you believe in life in outer space?

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Footwear

On Safari

Adventure can be answering the call of the wild.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Footwear

Ahoy Matey

The romantic lure of sailing the high seas.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Ebony and Ivory

Look chic in graphic black and white.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Footwear

Rainbow Coalition

Get noticed in living color.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

In the Jeans

Denim…for the next generation.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Snake Charmers

These beauties need no coaxing to make an impression.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Pop the Cork

Nature’s shock absorber pumps up the fashion quotient.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Piecing It Together

A little of this and a little of that make for big style.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

City Slick

Sleek and shiny, these stunners glide from day to night.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Handbags

Quick Change

Fold-over bags stand up and take a bow.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Go Wide

Ankles get plenty of support with wide, decorative straps.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Gray Lady

Classy, yet anything but old-fashioned.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Getting the Treatment

Function meets form as the heel gets all gussied up.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Neon Lights

A touch of Eighties retro that’s hard to miss.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

On Neutral Ground

Move over black and white, beige is the new staple.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Satin Lovers

If only all relationships were this satisfying.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Desert Moon

Shimmering sandy tones shot with color evoke scenes of Santa Fe.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Handbags

Long Time Coming

Classic shapes stretch out for a heightened dose of fashion.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Footwear

Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down

Sexy corset motifs vamp up the action.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Spring Fling

Bright pastels herald the season.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Trends

Earth-Friendly

Green doesn’t have to be grungy.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Handbags

Prints, Please

This spring the art and fashion worlds cemented their mutual appreciation—in the form of products.

clock February 11, 2008Nina Jones

Footwear

Gaming Goods

Vegas isn’t the only casino town where shoppers can get lucky.

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Juniors

Baby Steps

Kids’ high-end accessories have become de rigueur.

clock February 11, 2008Katya Foreman

Trends

Oh, Say Can you PVC?

Kate Moss has kicked off many a tricky trend. Her latest? PVC leggings.

clock February 11, 2008Nina Jones

Footwear

A Handmade’s Tale

Courting the luxury crowd, a range of European designers is specializing in handmade shoes.

clock February 11, 2008Katya Foreman

Handbags

Looking Back

Valentina de Laurentiis—niece of legendary film producer Dino de Laurentiis—may not be the best spokesperson for her accessories line, VdL.

clock February 11, 2008Chiara Hughes

Jewelry

Chain Gang

What kind of story does a necklace tell?

clock February 11, 2008Rachel Brown

Footwear

Sock Hop

Something’s up—north of the ankle, that is.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Leather Goods

Travelin’ Tunes

Talk about easy listening.

clock February 11, 2008Ellen Groves

Jewelry

Pen Ultimate

A picture is worth a thousand words, but a single word written with these exclusive pens will really cost you.

clock February 11, 2008Vanessa Silva

Footwear

Con Ed

This year Converse marks its 100th anniversary.

clock February 11, 2008Jessica Iredale

Jewelry

Mayfair Makeover

Burlington Arcade, a Regency period, glass-covered row of boutiques, which stands in the middle of Mayfair, has become a go-to for accessories in London.

clock February 11, 2008Nina Jones

Jewelry

Golden Gamble

It’s no surprise that London-based Sarah Ho’s jewelry is a darkly glamorous affair.

clock February 11, 2008Nina Jones

Hats, Gloves and More

Helmet Head

Trust Moschino to add an irreverent twist to crash helmets.

clock February 11, 2008Vanessa Silva

Footwear

Walk of Art

From ancient Nubian sandals to modern-day Manolos, footwear and true works of art are being paired up by Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Eyewear

Peak Sun

Fashion’s favorite Labels are circling up to launch this season’s sunglasses.

clock February 11, 2008Caroline Tell

Footwear

Knock on Wood

Stella McCartney is planting a new idea in her footwear line.

clock February 11, 2008Katya Foreman

Jewelry

Gold Standard

The newest collectible decade for jewelry aficionados? The Seventies.

clock February 11, 2008Elisa Lipsky-Karasz

Footwear

On Pointe

For 75 years, prima ballerinas have jetéd and pliéd in Bloch ballet slippers.

clock February 11, 2008Jessica Iredale

Footwear

Build-a-Pair

The only thing better than custom-made shoes?

clock February 11, 2008Rebecca Kleinman

Eyewear

For Your Eyes Only

For those who long for luxury in eyewear, Nader Zadi, founder of CustomEyes, has created a way to match tailored suits and couture gowns to custom-made glasses.

clock February 11, 2008Caroline Tell

Handbags

Heritage Foundation

Six years into her gig at Gucci and creative director Frida Giannini claims she hasn’t even “made a dent” in the company’s rich design archives.

clock February 11, 2008Sophia Chabbott

Hats, Gloves and More

Two Cool

Proenza Schouler Wunderkinds Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez are aiming to expand their modern luxury label.

clock February 11, 2008WWD Staff

Jewelry

Stone Age

“We hope to promote an extreme form of casual elegance,” says Dries Van Noten of his new semiprecious jewelry line.

clock February 11, 2008Katya Foreman

Hats, Gloves and More

Top Billing

From leopard print derbies at Dior to Donna Karan’s sophisticated Panama creations, the runways for spring were awash with hats.

clock February 11, 2008Sophia Chabbott

Trends

Editor’s Letter: Nature Calls

It’s no secret that artists have long turned to nature for inspiration—just look at Monet’s Water Lilies and Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.

clock February 11, 2008Roxanne Robinson

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

The candidates and their families wear George W. Bush-era fashions, conjuring adversarial, provocative styles that could emerge during either party’s administration: From left to right: Chelsea Clinton as Paris Hilton, Hillary Clinton in Juicy Couture, Bill Clinton as Blink-182’s Travis Barker, Melania Trump as Avril Lavigne, and Ivanka and Donald Trump as Britney Spears and Kevin Federline.

Fashion

Could the Election Be Good for Fashion?

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