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  1. look of the day
    Rosario Dawson Wore a Full-Body RufflePeppy.
  2. lfw spring 2015
    London Featured Sporty Dresses and Digital PrintsAntonio Berardi, Roksanda, and Mulberry round out Monday’s shows. 
  3. tinkering around
    A Start-up Lets You Customize Designer DressesInside the Tinker Tailor studio with founder Aslaug Magnúsdóttir.
  4. Zoom Shot Pop Quiz: Welcome to London!How well do you know the runways across the pond?
  5. trendlets
    17 Ways to Wear Mint, a Perfectly Pale Color for SummerA market sweep of favorite pieces in this cool, clean-cut shade.
  6. ballot box
    Katrantzou, Kirkwood Among BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund FinalistsA winner will be named next month.
  7. pip pip hooray
    Kate Middleton Didn’t Attend Pippa’s Book PartyActually, we should say parties.
  8. the cut portfolio
    Seen at London Fashion Week: Madness and HattersThe Cut Portfolio captures the hypnotic last few days of shows.
  9. princesses!!!
    Kate Middleton Rooted for the Home TeamAs she should!
  10. look of the day
    Jessica Biel Flared UpShe wore a minidress to the ESPY Awards last night.
  11. mobama watch
    Michelle Obama and Samantha Cameron Spend Quality Time TogetherIt’s SamCam’s first official trip abroad!
  12. three is a trend
    Bundle Up With Printed PuffersSleeping-bag-style coats go beyond the standard black.
  13. tastemakers
    Tastemaker: Jonathan Saunders The Scottish designer launches his first pre-fall and menswear collections this month; plus, he is nominated for the British Fashion Council/Vogue Fashion Fund award.
  14. babies
    Isaac Mizrahi Might AdoptHe’s coming out with a line of baby clothes!
  15. lady gaga
    Lady Gaga’s Worn a Lot of Solids LatelyAnd she left her hair down too — positively understated.
  16. mobama watch
    Michelle Obama Wore Roksanda Ilincic to Georgetown UniversityPurple remains one of the First Lady’s favorite colors.
  17. loose threads
    Gisele Doesn’t Really Drink; Forever 21 Sells ‘Oriental Girl’ JewelryAlso, supermodels reunite for a magazine cover, Lady Gaga wore clothes in India, and more news.
  18. model tracker
    Veruschka von Lehndorff Is London’s Top ModelAt the age of 71, the icon made an exclusive runway appearance, closing the Giles show.
  19. london fashion week
    New Spring Collections: Burberry Prorsum, Clements Ribeiro, Jonathan Saunders, and More!See runway photos, backstage, front row, and more!
  20. resort 2011
    New Resort Collections: The Row, Badgley Mischka, Brian Reyes, and MorePlus, see full collections from Reed Krakoff, Roksanda Ilincic, and Richard Nicoll.
  21. model tracker
    Julia Nobis Is London’s Top ModelLondon’s runways were a mix of the past, present, and future faces of modeling.
  22. model tracker
    Dree Hemingway Is London’s Top ModelLondon’s runways were as exciting and diverse as the collections they show.
  23. loose threads
    Carla Bruni, Acting Again? And, Designer CocktailsAnd there’s a vacancy at ‘Vogue.’
  24. london rundown
    London and Milan Makeup Artists Can Color inside the LinesWhile colorful makeup electrified the New York runways, beauty was decidedly darker across the pond.
  25. model tracker
    Jourdan Dunn Is London Fashion Week’s Top ModelLondon’s runways featured a mix of iconic faces and fresh beauties.
  26. 21 questions
    James Murphy’s Favorite New Yorker Is HimselfThe man behind LCD Soundsystem answers our usual 21 questions.
  27. 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.
  28. 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.
  29. 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.
  30. the sports section
    WNBC Plays the DopeYesterday WNBC beat everyone to the punch by printing the much-sought-after list of doped-up baseball players in the Mitchell Report. They ran their list online at 11:23, nearly three hours before the press conference, smugly scooping everybody but the blog Deadspin.com, which published the same names just seven minutes earlier. Unfortunately for our local NBC affiliate, the list of names was fake. It included Johnny Damon, Jason Varitek, Nomar Garciaparra, and a whole bunch of other players who weren’t fingered in the Mitchell Report. And unlike Deadspin, WNBC didn’t publish them with the caveat that they weren’t sure it was real. So fifteen players who were on their list, but not in the report, had their names smeared (as yet without apology) for several hours yesterday. The Smoking Gun has the full fake report, and MLB.com has the real one. We don’t know who made the screwup of posting the WNBC list, but we’re betting they’re Yankees fans. Theirs hits the Red Sox much harder than the real one. WNBC’s Bogus Steroids Scoop [Smoking Gun] Earlier: MLB Steroid Report Fingers 29 New York Players Update: WNBC has a correction on their site. “There were a number of discrepancies between our list and the Mitchell report, and we mistakenly listed several players that did not appear in the report,” they explain. “[Reporter] Jonathan Dienst and WNBC.com regret the error and sincerely apologize for providing the incorrect information.”
  31. quote machine
    Mindy Kaling Is Supporting the Strike in Her Own WayPlus quotes from Felicity Huffman, Will Smith, and Inspectah Deck.
  32. In the Magazine
    Two More on the Burger Bandwagon; Hardly Any Space for BunsA blizzard of burger openings has recently hit the city: BLT Burger, Royale, the new Goodburger, and Fort Greene’s 67 Burger. And there are more on the way: Heritage Burger, the concept for which we recently sketched out, and the still-secret chef-driven East Village place that we announced in late October. This week, Rob and Robin introduce two more newbies — Stand and the convenient-to-text-message brgr — breaking them down by beef, bun, and condiments. It’s all practically enough to make you forget the name Shake Shack. Burger Madness [NYM]
  33. developing
    Trump’s Soho Plan Foiled by Internet? Will Donald Trump’s quest to build his Spring Street condo-hotel be trumped by his own Website? Andrew Berman, executive director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, certainly hopes so. Berman fired off a letter today to Buildings Commissioner Patricia Lancaster and Planning Commissioner Amanda Burden calling attention to what he says is “is further proof that Mr. Trump and his development partners have every intention of violating the law.” The area, zoned for manufacturing, is not generally open to construction of residential buildings, but hotels are allowed. Last month word spread that the city will approve Trump’s project with a provision that will restrict stays there an apparently hotel-like 100 or 150 days. But visitors checking the TrumpSoho.com Website today to find out how they can live downtown Donald style were asked to indicate whether they plan on using the units as a “primary residence,” “secondary residence,” or “investment property.” That section has since been removed (Curbed has a screen shot), but Berman and his crew, whose past successes include downsizing the far West Village to ice out hulking towers there, hope the snafu will make city officials examine the project much more closely. For the record, no permits have been issued yet. —S. Jhoanna Robledo Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation Letter [pdf] CurbedWire: Trump Soho’s Delicate Question [Curbed]