She also has her own line in the works.
Also Carmen Marc Valvo cut back on his presentation but got more press than ever.
Technical designer Julie Floersch talks about her line of quilted-denim accessories.
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Apparently it's a D.C. thing.
See, not everyone's scaling back.
Also, Burberry's former designer may be back on the fashion scene, and Nicole Kidman says she spends only five minutes getting ready.
Cutrone: "Think of it as 'The Wizard of Oz' meets Stephen King meets 'Rhoda.'"
Dylan Lauren, the candy-store empress, fills out our trademark questionnaire.
Alber Elbaz personally discovered her two years ago, and she recently made waves Stateside.
He's stuck attending the shows in Juicy Couture shorts and a Ralph Lauren polo.
Naked hair is out, all types of headbands are in for next spring.
As the last of the shows made their way through the tents, the critics had their final say.
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Yup. The paper put him on the list of 'Fashion's 50 Most Powerful.' He beat Tory Burch.
Also, Narciso Rodriguez's business isn't growing, Brits choose fashion over food, and Erin Wasson wears ice cream.
Ecko says he probably paid a huge sum of money to get his giant Polo pony on those blazers, just like Visa pays for commercials.
Some folks are all in a tizzy over the Polo pony, which they feel upstaged the Olympic logo. Uh, really?
Plus: An auction of hip-hop's "crown jewels," Diesel opens big in Brazil while feeding artsy New Yorkers, and vintage Levi's sell for $36K.
Also, Usher wants to design lingerie, J.Crew apologizes for its shoddy Website, and Victoria Beckham's got a new gig.