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September 3, 2007
The Muji Way

The prices aren’t exact yet, but nothing on these pages will be more than $40.

September 3, 2007
Diane Vasil, Photographer, and Audrey

"I definitely used to be a little bit more crazy with my style. Now it’s like, am I comfortable and can I get my boob out?"

August 27, 2007
Cover Boy: Paul Dano

"I guess the main purpose of clothing, for me, is so that I’m not naked,” says Paul Dano, best known for playing Dwayne, the sullen, willfully silent son in last year’s indie darling Little Miss Sunshine.

August 27, 2007
Cover Girl: Evan Rachel Wood

Beneath Evan Rachel Wood’s all-American, uncomplicated beauty lives a semi-suppressed style rebel.

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.

August 27, 2007
The End of the Blob

The pouf was great, until designers grew tired of it. This fall, hard angles are the new fashion favorites—at least until that gets tired, too.

August 27, 2007
Angle of Repose

Cindy Crawford, retired? Tell that to the sweater on this page.

August 27, 2007
Dior Man

With the traditional vernacular of men’s clothes—understatement, attention to detail—Kris Van Assche is trying to make the fashion world forget about Hedi what’s-his-name.

August 27, 2007
Attack of the Fashion Gremlins

As style icons, the Olsen twins are weird enough to cast a spell over the hautest of fashionista circles, yet they’ve mostly sold their clothes at Wal-Mart. With a new line—the Row—they’re trying to bring their uncanny inspirations to the top of the market.

August 27, 2007
Me, My Suit, and I

One man’s unintended detour into the cult of bespoke.

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