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Spring Fashion 2003

Check out Spring's hottest accessories, dresses, shopping trends, and more. Plus, up-close and personal with Hilary Swank.

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ALL IN THE DETAILS From cuffs to clutches, sneakers to sandals, the season’s most covetable accessories.

SWANKY CHIC Hilary Swank was never into fashion—at least, not until she became a regular on the red carpet. But she’s made up for lost time, cultivating an elegance and glamour that are classic Hollywood (even if she is a subway-riding New Yorker).

BEST IN SHOW Twelve traffic-stopping trends—vivid prints, embroidered dresses, extreme minis—and some key maxims to remember when delving into the new season’s boldest styles.

IT’S A MAN’S WORLD Some of the city’s foremost news anchors, club owners, restaurateurs, and artists take spring’s hottest menswear off the runway and into real time. Only available in the print version of NEW YORK Magazine.

SMALL WONDERS Get ready to pare down: This season’s dresses are sleeker (and slinkier) than ever.

THE WEEKENDERS Oversize parkas, cool cargo pants, trim tops—everything you’ll need for a sporty and stylish spring in the city. Only available in the print version of NEW YORK Magazine.

FRENCH KISS The city’s first Balenciaga boutique, opening this week, is full of design bravado. It has to be, to keep up with the label’s visionary designer, Nicolas Ghesquière.

MOD SQUAD In 1965, a little boutique on Madison Avenue incited a fashion revolution with a riot of silver vinyl, mod cuts, and psychedelic colors. As this season’s designers pay tribute to that creative moment, we revisit Paraphernalia, the shop that shocked the city. Only available in the print version of NEW YORK Magazine.


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