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Enjoy!By The Cut
Enjoy!By The Cut
Be vewy vewy quiet, we're hunting wabbits this fall.By Julie Ma
She closed out the huge DVF show.By James Lim
Welcome back to the game, Sigrid!By James Lim
Sunday finally saw the return of some big-name models.By James Lim
More runway candy for you!By Jessica Coen
Read ahead for the singular word that sums up fall 2009 for Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler, Phillip Lim, and more.By Sharon Clott
What happens when political activists get together? 'It was like a co-op tenants' meeting,' said one attendee.By Jonah Green and Tim Murphy
Also, Mr. Blackwell is ill, Custo Barcelona expands, and Sean Avery takes on Dallas in stylish shorts.
Nicole Miller's got a new sportswear line, Cindy McCain went shopping at Oscar de la Renta, and André Leon Talley's got a hot new piece of art.
Having spent most of our week clustered amongst French folk, we welcomed the change to hang with their fun southern neighbors from Spain at yesterday's Custo Barcelona show. As we don't speak Spanish, we were sadly unable to understand any of the conversations happening around us, but actions speak louder than foreign languages.
Thursday’s catwalks were full of unexpected moments. Karen Elson took a tumble closing Zac Posen and Diddy helped her up. Aussie Abbey Lee flashed her nipple piercing beneath a sheer top at an otherwise demure Calvin Klein show. Former cross-country runner Ali Stephens opened Klein for an impressive debut on Stateside runways. She’s our top girl to watch this week and takes Thursday herself. Kendall Herbst
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