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Tory Burch Set to Open Regent Street Flagship

Mon, 09/19/2016 - 16:25
Burch follows the likes of Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren and Coach who have opened flagships on the street.

Mulberry Front Row Spring 2017

Mon, 09/19/2016 - 13:57
The Mulberry show venue which, for those unfamiliar with the geography of London, was in the E16 postcode, a former industrial area, was probably the most remote venue choice in recent memory and generally agreed to have been an act of cruelty to the show-goers. Of course it was late, with Olivia Palermo steaming in after the show had started, her face a picture of fury. But most other VIPs had managed to make it in time, even if some of the out-of-towners got to see a lot more of London than most do (or would want to). It didn’t dim the excitement for South Korean model and street-style star Irene Kim and Chinese fashion blogger Han Huo Huo, both in town for the Mulberry show. “I love London much more than Paris, because I think London is more clean and really easy for shopping,” Han told WWD. “And I like the food much better. It’s much better than Paris; There’s a Chinese restaurant in Chinatown that is amazing and I always go to.” Kim was also excited about London’s gastronomical offerings. “I really wanted to go to Duck and Waffle because I love their Happy Fried Duck with the waffles and the syrup,”

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Martha Stewart Teams With Alibaba for Shanghai Event

Mon, 09/19/2016 - 12:30
The event is the start of an ongoing collaboration between Stewart and Alibaba, although the e-commerce giant has yet to communicate what this future partnership might entail.

Oliver Spencer to Host ‘Buy-Now’ Show With Vero and British GQ

Mon, 09/19/2016 - 07:00
The collection features limited-edition fall 2016 pieces available for purchase via Vero's and GQ.co.uk web sites.

Emmys 2016: Best Actress Winner Sarah Paulson, John Travolta Talk ‘O.J.’ Backstage

Mon, 09/19/2016 - 04:12
Backstage at the 2016 Emmys Best Actress winner Sarah Paulson, John Travolta talk "O.J."

Pantone’s Top 10 Spring 2017 Colors Counts on New York Fashion Week for Inspiration

Mon, 09/19/2016 - 04:01
Niagara, Primrose Yellow, Lapis Blue, Flame and Island Paradise were the leading five spring colors based on Pantone's analysis of New York designers' spring runway collections.

Philip Green Noticeably Absent From Topshop Unique Show

Mon, 09/19/2016 - 00:07
With the BHS pension scandal over his head, he was keeping a low profile.

Pat Cleveland Celebrates Book in London

Sun, 09/18/2016 - 15:34
Guests included Donatella Versace, Winnie Harlow, Ellen von Unwerth, Philip Treacy and Clive Arrowsmith.

Alice Temperley Takes Up See-Now-Buy-Now Challenge With Vero

Sun, 09/18/2016 - 07:00
Designer will sell three looks off the runway later today.

Gosha Rubchinskiy Unveils a Skate Brand in London

Sat, 09/17/2016 - 14:30
Paccbet is the brainchild of Russian skateboarder Tolia Titaev and his friends.

Boden Hosts Future British Presentation

Sat, 09/17/2016 - 14:09
CULTIVATING CREATIVITY: British high-street retailer Boden and the British Fashion Council are highlighting the collections of emerging labels as part of Boden’s Future British campaign. The five designers who received support to present their spring collections are Camilla Elphick, Sam McCoach of Le Kilt, Alice Ashby of Blake LDN, Caitlin Charles-Jones and Bruta. Charles-Jones and Bruta joined Elphick, McCoach and Ashby, who were already awarded the sponsorship in January. Their collections are on display at the BFC’s show space at Brewer Street Car Park. McCoach, the Scottish creative director of Le Kilt, called the  initiative  “the perfect association in terms of future creation.” “Before I started on my own I used to work for Fred Perry and used to design the men’s wear there for five years. I can’t even explain how invaluable that was as I learned so much about what it is I actually want to do with my brand, and the same with Boden.” McCoach recently relaunched her e-commerce store and plans to mount an exhibition of portraits of her siblings in London later this year. “It will be of my little sisters in Scotland with a mix of my products and what they wear. They’re 16 and 17 — teenagers — so it’s really raw

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Gareth Pugh Opera Costumes Debut in Paris

Sat, 09/17/2016 - 13:20
The opera, about a perverse young emperor “Eliogabolo,” runs through Oct. 15 at Palais Garnier.

Pia, The Store, Opens in San Francisco

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 22:48
Friends from the resident tech-meets-culture set celebrated at the "playful" Jackson Square store.

Hermès Welcomes Perfumer Christine Nagel

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 21:02
Hermès' in-house perfumer was the guest of honor at an event hosted by the French fashion house Thursday night at Skylight Modern.

Sears Is Shutting 17 Kmart Stores in Mid-December

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 20:51
The stores are part of the sale-leaseback transaction with Seritage Growth Properties last year.

Marc Jacobs Responds to Critics Amid Social Media Firestorm About Dreadlocks on the Runway

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 20:19
The hair at Marc Jacobs' show Thursday spawned heated Internet conversation about race.

Spring 2017: London Designer Inspirations

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 20:14
From artworks to distorted proportions and youthfulness, London's designers share their sources of inspiration ahead of their spring shows.

Marta Jakubowski RTW Spring 2017

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 20:01
Her second London Fashion Week appearance was a deceptively festive note to a collection that was inspired by the death of her mother.

You Must Create Opens Pop-up at Kinfolk in Brooklyn

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 19:55
This will be the first time Kinfolk has carried women’s merchandise in its store.

Filippa K Hosts LFW Dinner With The Gentlewoman and Fantastic Man

Fri, 09/16/2016 - 19:48
FASHION DIET: “When the editor of Fantastic Man calls you and asks you to perform during fashion week, you don’t say no. And you don’t f–k it up,” said James Rapson of the up-and-coming band Lung Dart at the dinner hosted by the men’s title, The Gentlewoman and Swedish label Filippa K, at the David Roberts Art Foundation in the Camden section of London. “I haven’t had any dairy for three days and I haven’t eaten any carbs today so I don’t get bloated,” said Rapson at a dinner that took place on the eve of London Fashion Week. Rapson and bandmate Tim Clay were nervous about their fashion crowd debut. “We’ve never done a gig like this before,” Clay said. “We’re singing two songs accompanied by just a piano and that’s very different from our usual woozy sound. In fact, I hope everyone just ignores us and continues talking like we’re the background music.” The pair, whose debut album was released this week, have been friends since university, where they studied music. They came up with the name for their band when they lived together in east London. “We had this housemate who used to smoke all the time and we called the

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