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Temperley London

  1. comebacks
    Sophie Dahl Made a Triumphant Return to the RunwayAfter a decade-plus hiatus.
  2. look of the day
    An Adventurous Kate Middleton Wore CutoutsNew territory.
  3. the cut portfolio
    Seen at Fashion Week: Robots and Face StockingsPlus furry sandals and a delightfully tiny dog.
  4. look of the day
    Emmy Rossum Looked Like an Ice QueenBut not in a bad way.
  5. look of the day
    Adrianne Palicki Looked Like a Homecoming QueenTami Taylor would be proud.
  6. zoom on this
    Zoom On This: Julien MacDonald, Temperley, and Moschino Cheap & Chic Get up close to some freaky sunglasses.
  7. three is a trend
    Fantasy Meets Royal Touches on London’s RunwaysCatwalking through the looking glass 
  8. look of the day
    Mischa Barton Made a Split DecisionShe wore a long-sleeved gown with split shoulders in London last night.
  9. look of the day
    Jennifer Lopez Glittered in GoldThe singer wore metallics on Wednesday.
  10. spring 2011
    New Spring Collections: Rodarte, Vera Wang, Narciso Rodriguez, and More!See runway photos, backstage, front row, and more!
  11. party report
    Slash at London Fashion WeekThe guitarist stakes his claim at London Fashion Week. No singing, though.
  12. loose threads
    H&M Profits Up; Another Nude Love Cover SurfacesAlso, L.E.I. launched a model search.
  13. best bets
    Best Bet: Good ScentsShop for a cause this holiday season.
  14. things that need to happen
    Temperley to Launch Much Lower-Priced LinePrices could start at $57!
  15. loose threads
    Jack and Lazaro Guest-Edit; Temperley Opens ShopAnd Bruce Weber jumps in front of the camera.
  16. resort 2010
    Check Out Preen, Prada, and More From the Latest Resort CollectionsPlus, Miu Miu, Badgley Mischka, Reem Acra, and much more.
  17. first looks
    A Preview of the DecadesTwo Pop-upManolo Blahnik, Chanel, Marc Jacobs, and Louis Vuitton for up to 80 percent off.
  18. runways
    New Shows: Zac, Calvin, Isaac, Christian, and MoreMore runway candy for you!
  19. de-tenting
    Temperley London Trades Runway Show for Its Own Mobile Art ExhibitGet ready for some video art, Temperley style.
  20. london calling
    31 Crazy Looks From London!London’s looks are notoriously off-the-wall. But that’s what we love about those wacky Brits.
  21. trends
    London’s Biggest Trend: NipplesThe sheer trend we saw on New York runways jumped the pond and hit London last week. In droves. Bras, next season, are optional. NSFW, naturally.
  22. trends
    Jazzy Hairpieces Saturate London RunwaysModels at PPQ, Temperley London, and Luella Bartley’s shows sported anything but an average headband.
  23. loose threads
    Garment District Faces Shrinkage; Hedi Slimane Becomes a MuseAlso, the British Fashion Council will give money to four up-and-coming designers, and Bernard Arnault isn’t France’s richest man anymore.
  24. loose threads
    Alice Temperley Moves to London; Agyness Deyn Caught Sucking FaceThe British designer will show in London after six seasons in New York, Aggy got caught making out with Danny Masterson, and Hedi Slimane might design for Diesel.
  25. fashion calendar
    Today’s Sales: Temperley London Is 80 Percent Off; Jill Stuart Dress Is $180Temperley London starts today: Press samples and past-season accessories and ready-to-wear are up to 80 percent off at the Temperley London sale. 453 Broome St., at Mercer St., second fl. (212-219-2929); 2/26 (10–8); 2/27 and 2/28 (10–7).
  26. model tracker
    Lily Donaldson Is Wednesday’s Top ModelOne of our favorite art students turned model, Sasha Pivovarova, hit the runway for the first time this week at Anna Sui. But it was Lily Donaldson (also known for dating Vladimir Roitfeld) who dominated the catwalk Wednesday.
  27. harriet and amy
    Five Things We Liked on Saturday 1. Ralph Lauren’s longevity. It’s his anniversary, and he showed in a setting — the Conservatory gardens — that salutes his swishy and elegant take on New York. As for a favorite dress, the white Spencer jacket over the white chiffon evening gown was stunning.
  28. More Actual Progress at Ground Zero! Could it be? Yes, it could. A mere three weeks after real, genuine construction started at ground zero — the concrete foundation was finally poured for the much-delayed Freedom Tower — there’s set to be some more real, genuine progress today. Five years after it was badly damaged and rendered uninhabitable by the attacks, the long-shrouded Deutsche Bank building is finally coming down. The AP is reporting that the building’s façade is being removed starting this morning; once that is gone, the steel-and-concrete infrastructure comes next. One of the new WTC towers is set to be built on the site, plus a new Greek Orthodox church. Don’t start rushing to say your Greek prayers, though: It’ll be a year till the current building is gone. Work Begins Friday to Take Down Damaged WTC Skyscraper [AP via Newsday] Earlier: Freedom Tower Construction Finally Begins, Boringly
  29. Back of the House
    Epicurean Gentrification; New Orleans Fights Back; Kids Equal Liquor LicenseEssex Street Market not just for obscure South American root vegetables anymore: “Epicurean gentrification” under way. [NYT] Fire-struck Medina reopening after a year and a half; London sushi chain to land in financial district. [NYT] $4.25 mil gets you Hamptons hot spot Star Room. [NYP] Alan Richman now No. 1 on New Orleans shit list: “I’d like to throw him in the back room at Tipitina’s with all the Neville brothers and see if he still thinks Creoles don’t exist.” [NYT] Related: Richman Kicks New Orleans While It’s Down Grey Dog Coffee plays the kid card to clinch liquor license for new location. [Gothamist] Caterer Marcey Brownstein opens up a place in Chelsea; possibly the only time you’ll see muffulettas and edamame on the same menu. [Strong Buzz]
  30. MetLife Stuy Town Deal Tripped Up by 50-Year-Old Fine Print? There’s a major plot twist in the story of Stuyvesant Town’s impending $5.4 billion sale, potentially the largest real-estate deal in history. As any good plot twist should, it begins with a lawyer, alone in a library after hours, poring over a dusty folio (or so we’d like to think). He’s representing the megacomplex’s tenants (who lost their own bid for the place to Tishman Speyer), and he has unearthed an obscure provision in the 1942 agreement between the city and MetLife, Stuy Town’s owner. Under its terms, MetLife would get a 25-year tax break in exchange for a promise: The insurance company would keep rents low and, crucially, it would cap its annual profit at six percent. The tenants’ lawyer has thus concluded that, should MetLife go on with the sale, it must either dissolve its subsidiary named in the agreement or fork over all excess profit to the city (yeah, right). MetLife, meantime, is of course shrugging this off as “a last-minute, desperate attempt to interfere.” Tishman Speyer is staying out of the mess altogether. And the ball is now in the city comptroller’s court, where the discovery may actually get some traction. Consider Comptroller William Thompson’s original statement when the sale was announced: “I am deeply disappointed that Metropolitan Life rushed to sign a deal without giving serious consideration to the offer submitted by the residents of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.” Is this his chance to remedy that disappointment? MetLife Real Estate Deal Could Be Derailed [Crain’s] Thompson Statement, 10/17/06 [NYC.gov]