Designer and Luxury


Designer and Luxury

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In Brief: Donna's Honor...

Donna Karan will be among the honorees at this year's Wayuu Taya Foundation Inc. gala benefit.

Coming Home

Two contemporary lines return to their Southern roots.

Applause for Paris

The top 20 most-viewed Paris fall collections on

It Takes Hue

For fall, designers took a cue from the season itself, with rich autumnal colors like apple red, as seen here from Tommy Hilfiger.

California Split

L.A. runway styles ran the gamut, from demure day looks to flirty lingerie.

Eau D'Invisible Man: L'Oréal Signs License To Do Margiela Scent

Given Martin Margiela's conceptual bent, one could imagine him putting out a perfume without any scent ¿ or even an empty bottle.

All Change at Chloe: MacGibbon Tapped As Creative Director

A young, female designer is back in the driver's seat at Chloe. Hannah MacGibbon will succeed Paul Melim Andersson as creative director.

The New York Look

The top 20 most-viewed New York fall collections on

On With the Shows

Los Angeles Fashion Week, which begins Friday, will offer a little bit of everything, from designers who are focusing on the needs of working women to those...

Poor Organization Hinders Berlin Fashion Week

There were some strong moments, but too few runway shows over too many days and not enough buyers to go around diluted the impact of fashion week here.

The Power of Paris: Suits, Jewelry, LBDs Leave Buyers Upbeat

Bookended by strong collections from Balenciaga and Lanvin, Paris Fashion Week delivered enough fashion excitement to leave retailers smiling.

Bringing the Edge Back to Hugo

Hugo, the most cutting-edge brand in the Hugo Boss Group, has just gotten a cut edgier.

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