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Harriet Mays Powell

February 25, 2008 |
Just a Dash

Dandies, both of them: our cover model, André Benjamin and Sir Paul Smith, our profile subject.

February 25, 2008 |
The Technicolor Season

Why is it worth organizing our Spring Fashion issue around the seemingly very basic idea of color?

January 19, 2009 | Intelligencer
Marc Jacobs Has Cheap Thoughts

Not particularly exercised.

November 21, 2007 |
The Show of the Season

Alber Elbaz hit every mark with his spring Lanvin collection.

August 27, 2007 |
Fall’s Dramatic Turn

Fashion changes. Heard that before? Every six months, it’s a designer’s job to satisfy our hungry eyes with some kind of newness.

February 22, 2007
5 x 10

New York's Fashion Week may be a foggy memory of feathers, hats, and sequins, but we're still sifting through the looks. We combed hundreds of shows to find fall 2007's ten biggest trends, from silhouettes to shoes. Now you just have to find somewhere to wear them.

February 26, 2007
Women's Fashion: A Feast for the Eyes

The real story is the clothes, especially pretty this season, and promising, even in these gray days, that sunshine and soft breezes are on their way, as surely as dessert follows dinner.

February 26, 2007
Men's Fashion: A Feast for the Eyes

In our second men’s fashion section, trend followers will notice that formal, layered dressing continues to be the prime directive.

October 30, 2006 | Feature
5 X 5

The shows in London, Paris, and Milan were a struggle between rational and romantic. Short shapes dominated, and shiny lacquered spacebots were tempered by sheer layers and the occasional touch of froth.

October 2, 2006 | Feature
5 X 10

Project Runway may have drawn the crowds at New York’s Fashion Week, but here’s the real news: During the next round of warm weather, you’re going to be wearing voluminous shapes, sharp prints, gowns covered in roses, and really, really big shoes. Spring is closer than you think—so here’s a crib sheet.

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