Fashion

Lagerfeld: Meryl Streep Passed On Oscar Dress When Chanel Refused to Pay

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clock February 23, 2017Bridget Foley

Business

Cock-a-Doodle-Doo: Year of the Rooster Sees China Luxury Rebound

Repatriation of luxury spending and improving consumer sentiment are seen to lift business.

clock February 24, 2017Luisa Zargani

Fashion

Prada Stages Fabulous Show at Milan Fashion Week

Miuccia Prada showed an alternative take on seductive dressing for fall 2017.

clock February 23, 2017Bridget Foley

Wal-Mart Show: The Height of Fashion

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Overview

Wal-Mart is shouting its fall fashion message from the rooftops, literally. The retailer, which has been working hard to cultivate hipper fashion image, on Thursday staged "Rock the Runway," a fashion show on the roof of 1500 Broadway in Times Square.

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Joanna performed during the rooftop fashion show.

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Wal-Mart Show: The Height of Fashion

Wal-Mart is shouting its fall fashion message from the rooftops, literally.

clock September 9, 2006Sharon Edelson

Lindsay Lohan

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Around Town: Star Seekers

With 7th on Sixth in full swing, many ticket holders are wondering how blinding this season’s celebrity wattage will be.

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In Brief: Tailgating Gear … Stretch It Out

A brief look at some of the day’s stories.

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Mischa Barton in Mulberry.

People

High Notes

Rocking with fashion; Galleries galore; Dancing with Collette; Favorite bags for fashion-week schlepping.

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People

Where Art Thou?

Even the hardiest fashion fan might yearn for a break from the tents, bright lights and pushy crowds at Bryant Park.

clock September 9, 2006Elisa Lipsky-Karasz

A reflection of a suite at The London NYC.

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Bedtime Stories

The fashion crowd should feel right at home.

clock September 9, 2006Emily Holt

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People

Little Darlings

Like an insider’s badge of honor, the Smythson of Bond Street fashion diary gets toted around to all the swankiest shows and lunch appointments in New York and Europe.

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People

Rock Around The Clock

Once more, fashion week wouldn’t be complete without an abundance of after parties to keep industry heavies and hangers-on alike on their feet from dawn, till well, dawn.

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People

The Three Faces of Eve

Eve Jeffers — better known simply as Eve — has dabbled in fashion before, with less than stellar results.

clock September 9, 2006Julie Naughton

People

Dance Revolution

From Jean Paul Gaultier and Nicolas Ghesquiere’s early fashion week to-dos, it’s clear the spring collections are no longer just about New York.

clock September 9, 2006Vanessa Lawrence

People

Sweet Relief

A week of watching 15-year-old models with endless legs and size zero bodies could send any self-respecting woman in one of two directions: the closest colonics center or a junk food binge.

clock September 9, 2006Vanessa Lawrence

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People

Baggage Claim

How to survive 10 days of scouring new design talent, choosing looks that are guaranteed to make their customers swoon while remaining photo-ready throughout?

clock September 9, 2006Sophia Chabbott

Dita Von Teese

Fashion Features

Strip Ts

Marc Jacobs’ and Robert Duffy’s new — did we say nude? — campaign to raise skin cancer awareness and research funds.

clock September 9, 2006Jessica Iredale

Elie Tahari

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A Little Romance – Elie Tahari, BCBG, Rachel Roy, Organic, Alexander Wang, Cynthia Rose, Mariemarie, Secrets of Charm, Angel Chang

Ruffled, layered or embroidered, overtly feminine looks were tamed by designers this season with sporty and masculine touches.

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Miss Sixty

Fashion Features

On The Edgy – Yigal Azrouel, Miss Sixty, Reyes, Lyn Devon, Rodebjer, Toni Maticevski, Neal Sperling, Kai Milla, A La Disposition, Anait Bian

Designers showed their street smarts with tapered cuts, loads of layers and cool graphics.

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Cameron Diaz and Julianne Moore at Rag & Bone.

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: No Moore Diaz … Designer Cookies … Art Sale

Cameron Diaz is far from a Fashion Week regular, but she took the time to see the Rag & Bone show Friday afternoon.

clock September 9, 2006WWD Staff

Josh Goot's two-tone hooded dress.

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Cheat Sheet

Who are this season’s new kids on the block?

clock September 9, 2006WWD Staff

Donna Karan

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Spring It On

From florals to Sixties Modsters to dear ol’ Mom, designers reveal their inspirations for spring.

clock September 9, 2006Venessa Lau

Chanel Iman

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Runway Debs

With the vaunted return of the supermodel, here are some up-and-comers who may one day be as well-known as a certain Kate.

clock September 9, 2006Carter Love

Ready for the runways.

Fashion Features

Olympus Fashion Week Show Calendar

Show times and locations are accurate as of press time, but are subject to change.

clock September 9, 2006WWD Staff

Retailers are once again eager to see Marc Jacobs' take on spring.

Fashion Features

The People With the Pencils

Fall represented a seismic shift for fashion with skinny pants, long tunics and an emphasis on chunky sweaters.

clock September 9, 2006Sharon Edelson

Essentialist

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Business

EXCLUSIVE: Céline Finds Next CEO; Plots Online Sales

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