WWD Las Vegas Preview: Dress Code

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The fall aesthetic at the Las Vegas shows is getting increasingly less casual. Although the ath-leisure phenomenon continues to permeate the market, a return to a more traditional elegance is emerging. SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

Chicken and waffles at Yardbird Southern Table & Bar.


WWD Las Vegas Preview: The Scene

Lots to do when taking a break from show-hopping.

clock February 12, 2015Rebecca Dancer

Melissa Joan Hart's youngest son, Tucker Wilkerson, in a look from her new boys' line, King of Harts.

Ready To Wear

Things to Know at the Las Vegas Shows

Key happenings and events at and around the trade fairs.

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On Her: Buffalo David Bitton's (Project) quilted coat and French Connection's (Project) sequin top and polyester, viscose and elastane coated skirt.
On Him: Willy Chavarria's (Liberty) Japanese coat and pants and Massimo Alba's (Capsule) wool blazer.

Fashion Trends

WWD Vegas Preview Trend: Retro Vegas

Statement overcoats, wool textures and an overall Seventies flair are some of the defining trends that will resonate at the Las Vegas trade shows next week.

clock February 12, 2015Alex Badia


Designer and Luxury

Ones to Watch at the Vegas Shows

Some of the labels to keep your eyes on.

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Today's Must Read

Bertrand Guyon


Schiaparelli Splits With Design Director Bertrand Guyon

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Social Studies