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Princess Diana, Chelsea Clinton, yoko ono, bianca jagger, Dita Von Teese,

Celebrity Fashion: Breaking Bridal Tradition

Some fashion icons veer away from traditional bridal gowns.

architecture, serpentine gallery, hyde park, kensington gardens

Jean Nouvel on His Serpentine Pavilion Project

The architect Jean Nouvel says, "I have always fought against generic architecture."

Julien Gardair, Caroline Rennequin, Palm Springs

Designer Jerome Dreyfuss Commissions Art Project

Hip designer Jerome Dreyfuss has enlisted artist Julien Gardair to create a special mural in his Broome Street boutique.

sidewalk catwalk, tahari, cole, johnson, yeohlee, rebecca moses

Sidewalk Catwalk Initiative Unveiled

An unorthodox fashion show is being staged on the streets of the Garment District.

dian von furstenberg, springs global, table top, fashion, home

Diane von Furstenberg Designs for Home

The multitasking designer Diane von Furstenberg is coming out with a home collection, hitting stores in January.

Peter Zumthor, Tamina Thermal Baths, Smolenicky & Partner, Zurich,

Swiss Retreat: Tamina Thermal Baths

The Tamina Thermal Baths are an intriguing mix of grand hotel culture with a dash of science fiction.

Thomas Meyerhoffer,

Thomas Meyerhoffer on Design

Swedish industrial designer Thomas Meyerhoffer feels equally at home surfing waves in the Pacific Ocean and walking boutique-lined streets in Paris.

Charlie Gilkes,  Duncan Stirling

Maggie’s: London’s Homage to the Eighties

Charlie Gilkes and Duncan Stirling, the owners of Maggie’s on Fulham Road, see their latest venue, as a “tongue-in-cheek” homage to the Eighties.

pottery

Claymate: Brooklyn Ceramicist Peter Lane

Brooklyn ceramicist Peter Lane exhibits his work worldwide creating sculptural wall panels, furniture, and jewelry.

Paris, World Cup, Museum,

A Look at the House Museums of Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Gucci

A selection of special orders is on display at the fashion houses' private museums.

Polaroid, The Impossible Project, Paul Giambarba,

The Impossible Project Brings Back Polaroid

The Impossible Project, the company created by former Polaroid employees, plans to release its first new generation of integral film this summer.

Masterpieces in Metz

A new branch of the Pompidou Centre has opened in Metz, a small, historic city in Northern France.

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