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Plus, Karl Lagerfeld is going to work forever.
His jeans are made in eighteenth-century America.
Plus, interns take over British Elle, Cynthia Nixon's green wedding gown, and more fashion news.
Plus, Brunello Cucinelli will go public in May, Isaac Mizrahi designs bridalwear, and more fashion news.
There'll be a presentation in Soho.
Also, Terry Richardson shot Georgia May Jagger posing as Margaret Thatcher.
Score one for the U.S. Department of Labor.
The stuff used to sandblast denim has been tied to fatal lung disease.
"Remember the girlfriend with the great style? Here's a tribute to her."
Also, Alex Gonzalez is now a creative director at 'W,' and Ann Taylor is casing Columbia students to model for their look book.
We were a fly on the wall at her pig-butchering class.
Your prayers for the perfect vintage leather football have been answered!
April Bloomfield ups her profile. Plus, the John Dory will be serving a limited menu.
Also, Levi's is launching a new sustainable denim line.
The price of cotton has risen almost 80 percent since July.