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February 18, 2002 Issue

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Spring Fashion
A Perfect Ten
Ever wonder how the effortlessly stylish got that way? By stocking their closets with these under-the-radar but street-smart lines.

Golden Touch
New York girl makes great: Golden Globe winner Jennifer Connelly breaks out onto the Hollywood A-list (and into some of the spring's most romantic clothes)

Best in Show
The winners are announced: From sheer chiffon to safari chic, here are the looks that will take the victory lap this season

The White Album
Best friends, lovers, siblings, officemates: All wear white clothes as varied as New Yorkers themselves

Gentleman's Club
Five of the city's most dapper men -- and one fortunate woman -- take the new streamlined styles for a test drive

Arts and Crafts
This season, it's all in the details. A sampler of spring's soft touches, from fringe to frills.

Giorgio Takes a Trip
BY DAVID COLMAN
Giorgio Sant'Angelo was the wild man of Manhattan fashion from the moment he splashed onto the scene in the mid-sixties, stunning style-setters with his over-the-top designs and iconoclastic way with fabric. But his seventies supernova burned out, a casualty of changing times and business blunders; by the time he died, in 1989, he seemed destined to be merely a fashion footnote. Now, suddenly, everyone's having a Sant'Angelo moment: From Marc Jacobs to Dolce & Gabbana, designers are rediscovering his exotic, showstopping style -- and his equally exuberant life.

GOTHAM
Hard Raines
The New York Times' Howell Raines issues some tough marching orders.
Man's Best (in Show) Friend
Private Schools to Parents: What Recession?
They Love NY More Than Ever

DEPARTMENTS
Letters

Intelligencer
BY MARC S. MALKIN

This Media Life
BY MICHAEL WOLFF
Why three media moguls are playing the bad guy in transition dramas

The Business Class
BY LANDON THOMAS JR.
Which Bob Rubin made the Enron call: the former Treasury secretary or the former risk arbitrageur?

MARKETPLACE
Best Bets
BY RIMA SUQI
Valentine's gifts for your special one (or your single self)
Plus: Best Bets Daily

Sales & Bargains
Bouquets that will blow her mind -- but not your budget
Plus: Daily Sales Update

Beauty
BY BETH LANDMAN KEIL
New designer scents; eighties eyeliner; stretching at Starrett-Lehigh

THE CRITICS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER
A stellar cast of characters shines in Last Orders; Arnold takes on terrorism in Collateral Damage

Dance
BY TOBI TOBIAS
Anna Halprin joins forces with the exquisite Eiko & Koma at the Joyce

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD
TV Notes

Books
BY DANIEL MENDELSOHN
Richard Ford's latest collection explores the many faces of adultery -- and the people who commit it

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON
Kevin Bacon's acting can't save An Almost Holy Picture; nothing could save Further Than the Furthest Thing

Art
BY MARK STEVENS
A new Surrealist survey at the Met gets to the heart of the era

Restaurants
BY ADAM PLATT
On a roll at two new Vietnamese spots: Nam and TanDa

CUE
Top Five
Movies
Music & Nightlife
Theater
Art
Kids
Classical & Dance
The Mix

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