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Janet Ozzard

  1. targeted
    Missoni for Target Pop-up Store Forced to Close EarlyIt’s already sold out completely.
  2. trends
    Fall Trend: Slits and SlashesA controlled amount of knee, or the entire leg. Your call.
  3. trends
    Fall Trend: Pattern Goes Round and RoundIt’s the circle cycle.
  4. trends
    Fall Trend: Fur Grows EverywhereMiuccia Prada even made a fur … hip wrapper?
  5. trends
    Fall Trend: Indoor-Outdoor PlaidSome you wear in an office. Others seem intended for a very stylish tree-chopping party.
  6. trends
    Fall Trend: The Many Faces of LaceThis is not a season about sweetness and light, let’s just say that.
  7. trends
    Fall Trend: Shoulders Are Big AgainThey will be brushing up against everything and everyone that comes near them.
  8. london fashion week fall 2011
    The Seven Topics of London Fashion WeekWeddings, Tom Ford, weddings, the weather. Like that.
  9. fur files
    Slideshow: The Very Furriness of New York Fashion WeekSome will love. Others will not.
  10. fashion week preview
    Thirteen Topics the Front Row Will Be Discussing During Fashion WeekNeutral, yet titillating.
  11. breakups
    Barneys and Prada Have Fallen OutGoing forward, the store will only carry Prada’s shoes and menswear.
  12. men's fashion week 2011
    Slideshow: Next Fall, Men’s Jackets Are Short and Occasionally Waiter-ishThey evoke the currently ubiquitous eighties as well as the crisp efficiency of a European maitre d’.
  13. men's fashion week 2011
    Slideshow: The Many Faces of PlaidWhat other pattern has so much history to play with?
  14. fall 2011 menswear
    Slideshow: Next Fall’s Accent Color for Men Is OrangeIt’s like vitamin C in your closet!
  15. the best of the best
    The Best of the Best and Worst Dressed ListsThe 2010 best- and worst-dressed lists let us revisit fashion moments both divine and hilariously wrong as worn by our beloved public figures.
  16. snomg
    Slideshow: 9 Snow-Into-Slush-Proof BootsFor obvious reasons.
  17. carine roitfeld
    The All-NSFW Carine Roitfeld RetrospectiveThe aesthetic of the just-departed editor of French ‘Vogue’ was svelte, tough, luxurious, and wholeheartedly in love with dangling-cigarette, bare-chested fashion.
  18. pre-fall 2011
    Slideshow: The Universally Flattering TrendRippling cascades of fluid fabric are universally flattering even if you don’t have supermodel proportions, and they’re nice to look at.
  19. pre-fall 2011
    Slideshow: Farewell, Skinny. Hello, Cropped.The pants pendulum has swung. Contenders to replace skinny? Cropped, for one.
  20. pre-fall 2011
    Slideshow: Color Block Is the New FloralColor blocking stepped in for pattern in several designers’ shows, breaking up the typically muted fall hues with bright shots.
  21. pre-fall 2011
    Slideshow: Next Fall Is Very SeventiesWide-leg trouser suits, A-line skirts, tunics, skinny scarves, and center-parted hair: The seventies permeated the pre-fall 2011 collections.
  22. royal weddings
    What Kate Middleton’s Wedding Dress Will Look LikeIf Kate Middleton follows 171 years of royal-wedding precedent, her dress has pretty much been determined: white, covered shoulders, and a train.
  23. paul harnden
    The Mysterious Designer John Galliano LovesIt’s no small thing to be unfindable these days, but Paul Harnden, who was born in Canada and now lives in England, is pretty willfully obscure.
  24. trendlet
    Slideshow: Twelve Plush, Cozy Faux-Fur AccessoriesWrap some part of your body in warm fluffiness.
  25. Men in Fancy Pants, or None at AllSouth Florida + warm weather + art parties = some delightful style choices.
  26. bruce oldfield
    A Few Things to Know About Bruce OldfieldThe odds-on favorite to design Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, British designer Bruce Oldfield is unapologetically traditionalist.
  27. At Art Basel Miami, People Are Mostly Going to PartiesBased on the elaborateness of some partiers’ get-ups, we have to think a lot of time is being spent getting ready.
  28. aging hippies
    Slideshow: The Bob Dylan CrowdBecause the guy is about to turn 70, and he still rocks out, as his shows at Terminal 5 last week show.
  29. black friday
    Look at All the Crazy People Who Shopped on Black FridayOne of our intrepid photographers captured the mayhem of Black Friday in Manhattan.
  30. first looks
    The Fantastic World of Cecil Beaton’Cecil Beaton: The Art of the Scrapbook’ tracks the daily life of the great photographer’s mind.
  31. princess dresses
    A Handy Guide to the Kate Middleton–Approved Issa LabelThe fluid drapery is universally flattering, and those vivid colors are, particularly for the U.K., tropical-icious
  32. intel
    Tell Us About What Happened in VegasWe want your juiciest stories.
  33. What to Eat
    Authentic Japanese Penny Candy at Sunrise Mart This WeekendKids get free dagashi, but it might taste like dried squid.
  34. From Gere to GladiatorsOn the eve of opening his biggest New York store, Giorgio Armani reflects on some career-changing moments.
  35. Swap ClothesYou hate everything in your closet, but you don’t want to buy anything. Easy to fix. Hold a clothing-swap meet or, as my friend Jane calls them, […]
  36. Japanese CandyChocolate-coated barley puffs. Yuzu-flavored gummies. Fudge-filled mochi. A sweets-lover’s guide to the yummy universe of Far Eastern treats.
  37. Halston, DesignerSince he died in 1990, Halston’s name has had five different owners and at least six different designers. This fall, under its new owners (the W […]
  38. Cathy Horyn to Fashion Shows: Drop DeadThe most powerful fashion critic in the world thinks eliminating the runways—and even her job—wouldn’t be such a bad thing.
  39. Proust-à-PorterYSL and the idea of dangerous luxury.
  40. Tested: PureOlogy Hydrate ShampooThere’s no way to describe the effect of these products without descending into advertising hairspeak, but it’s true: My hair is softer, glossie […]
  41. Zak on the ProwlA condensed eating odyssey through one chef’s neighborhood.
  42. Because Our Waiters and Waitresses Look Like They Stepped Out of PaintingsIf New York is the flame to which scores of the world’s most beautiful, multiracial, multiethnic youth are drawn, then the city’s waiter and wai […]