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Mad Hommes: Behind the Scenes of 'Populaire'

With its Fifties wardrobe and potential crossover appeal, the French romantic comedy should prove to be one of the fashion films of the season.

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New York Stores Light Holiday Windows

Displays from the traditional to the avant-garde will be evident in stores this season.

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Jacqueline Durran Discusses 'Anna Karenina'

The film's costume designer dressed Keira Knightley’s character in Chanel diamonds and vintage Balenciaga-inspired dresses — among other finishing touches.

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Hidden Jewels Spotlighted in New Book

Olivier Dupon’s latest tome features 108 designers from 19 countries, categorized into chapters ranging from “Cool Luxury” to “The Avant-Gardists.”

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Museo Cerralbo Unveils Spanish Fashion Retrospective

The exhibition features pieces by designers including Cristobal Balenciaga and contemporary names such as Manolo Blahnik and Adolfo Domínguez.

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Past and Present at National Design Awards

Twenty-seven previous honorees joined this year’s 11 standouts for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum’s annual gala in New York.

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Pratt Celebrates 125th Anniversary

The school welcomed 500 guests to its annual gala at the Waldorf-Astoria Monday night, including honorees Julie Taymor and Kehinde Wiley.

Frieze Art Fair, Callum Innes, Stephen McKenna, Siobhan Hapaska, David Tung, Chen Chieh-Jen, Liu Wei, Madein Co, frieze Masters, Roy Lichtenstein, Yayoi Kusama, Jean Dubuffet, Alexander Calder, Elisabetta Cipriani, Jannis Kounellis, Tate Collection, Hideo Fukushima, Nicholas Hlobo, Caragh Thuring, Jack Whitten, Enrico Castellani, Ilya, Emilia Kabakov, Diego Giacometti, Andy Warhol

Frieze Fair: Sign of the Times

Just like in fashion and luxury, the most-established artists and brand names are proving to be the most popular.

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Barry Kieselstein-Cord Retrospective Bows in N.Y.

The artist’s photography exhibition will run from Saturday to Nov. 3 at Eckert Fine Art Gallery.

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NFL Unveils T-Shirt Designed by Marchesa's Georgina Chapman

She and Suzanne Johnson have been working on the “sport meets couture” project.

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Van Cleef on Show at Decorative Arts Museum

“Van Cleef & Arpels — The Art of Fine Jewelry” runs until Feb. 10, and features close to 500 jewels, watches and precious objects.

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Campana Brothers Take Paris

The Brazilian design duo Fernando and Humberto Campana discuss their many projects, including the current exhibition of furniture pieces at Les Arts Décoratifs.

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