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Mark Holgate

February 16, 2004 | Spring Fashion 2004
A Sicilian Thing

Twenty years of showstopping design have made Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana as famous as the stars who wear their red-carpet-worthy dresses. They’ve stayed true to their roots—and fiercely independent—even as they’ve amped up for aggressive growth.

November 17, 2003 | Spring 2004 Fashion Runways
The Feminine Mystique

This spring, say the sages, feminist fashion is dead. To which we reply, are you really less empowered if you ditch a suit for a pretty dress?

November 3, 2003 | Feature
U.S. Male, Delivered

Everybody's All-American -- aviator jackets to Western shirts ruled spring runways from New York to Milan.

August 25, 2003 | Feature
Fall Fashion 2003

Touches of luxury, flashes of wit, the element of surprise

August 25, 2003 | Feature
The Italian Job

Bottega Veneta was a house in need of repair. Tomas Maier was the man with the plan.

May 26, 2003 | Feature
A Man's World

Whether You Crave A Mod Suit Or A Classic Coat, This Fall Has Something To Suit Your Taste. The Thirteen Wardrobe Essentials—And The Season’s Top Accessories—That Will Bring You A Little Bit Closer To Dapper.

April 28, 2003 | Feature
Call To Order

We may be living in uncertain times, but one thing’s for sure: Next fall, you’re going to be looking more pulled-together than ever. We’re talking smart, tailored elegance, sharp silhouettes, and some fabulous classics that will last you until the good times roll again.

November 11, 2002 | Spring 2003 Fashion Runways
Spring Into Action

The spring 2003 runways were packed with streamlined, sexy clothes, the kind of pieces that will give your wardrobe serious heat -- and provide a welcome departure from the classic fare of seasons past. The sultriest of all? The miniskirt, proving that in fashion, at least, nice things come in (very) small packages.

August 25, 2002 | Feature
State of Grace

After working as a stylist for more than 30 years, concocting some of the most iconic images in fashion, Grace Coddington is finally ready for her own close-up.

April 22, 2002 | Feature
Autumn in New York

What will you be wearing this fall (and seeing in stores as soon as June)? At the European shows, designers offered stylish remixes of their greatest hits -- and got the front row's feet tapping.

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