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The Spring Fashion Issue

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Half a year ago, designers predicted what we would be wearing a few months from now, when the last remnant of slush has melted and bare toes are imaginable. In this issue, fashion director Harriet Mays Powell anchors those predictions in some reality; her distillation of the trends starts below. (In a nutshell: white dresses, copious tulle, tribal motifs, shorts at the office, lingerie everywhere.) read more [+]

What’s a Dress Worth?

Gilt Groupe offers a great deal: Buy designer clothes at deep discounts. But is it good or bad for fashion?

The Spades’ New Bag

Kate and Andy no longer own the brands that bear their name—which makes them very happy, actually.

Take the Picture!

Three cities, four weeks, endless photo opportunities. Plus, an exclusive behind-the-scenes video.

Long Live McQueen

The tragic loss of fashion’s most forward-thinking designer.

Les Enfants Are All Right

Vladimir and Julia Restoin Roitfeld are the fashion siblings least likely to D.J. for a living.

One-Woman Show

Vogue Nippon fashion director Anna Dello Russo on replicating runway looks.

Marc Jacobs’s Brazilian Bombshell

At home, work, and play with Lorenzo Martone, the first husband of fashion.

Spring’s Big IdeasFrom basics to the all-the-difference details.

There was a reassuring classicism on the runways for spring. Ideas like borrowing from the military, or little white dresses, may not be new, but they’ve been refreshed. And for those who dare, there was plenty of fashion’s fantasy: tulle by the yard, lingerie for day, even shorts for the office, if your legs can handle it.


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