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Jan. 16: Cameron Diaz is stunning at the Golden Globes in a frothy white tulle gown from Valentino. Jan. 17: Olivier Theyskens makes his Nina Ricci debut with an array of brooding pre-fall looks. Jan. 23: Master of disguise John...

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WWD Year In Fashion issue 2007/12/11
Jan. 16: Cameron Diaz is stunning at the Golden Globes in a frothy white tulle gown from Valentino.

Jan. 17: Olivier Theyskens makes his Nina Ricci debut with an array of brooding pre-fall looks.

Jan. 23: Master of disguise John Galliano poses in costume as Lieutenant Pinkerton at the end of his “Madame Butterfly”-themed couture show for Dior.

Jan. 23: British fashion house Jean Muir announces it will close in April.


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Jan. 25: Models don halos and Virgin Mary headdresses at Jean Paul Gaultier’s glorious couture show.

Jan. 30: Fashion designers and editors react to the “skinny model issue,” in light of new regulations about the weight of models. The majority of designers say it won’t affect their castings or ad campaigns. Karl Lagerfeld goes so far as to call the regulations “politically correct fascism.”

Feb. 2: Downtowners deprived of big-box stores rejoice as Proenza Schouler’s Target collection hits the racks at Opening Ceremony.

Feb. 2: Downtowners deprived of big-box stores rejoice as Proenza Schouler’s Target collection hits the racks at Opening Ceremony.

Feb. 7: Donatella Versace, shown here with Rupert Everett, receives the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style award and also accepts one for her late brother, Gianni.

Feb. 9: Former Guess model Anna Nicole Smith dies at 39.


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Feb. 12: Tommy Hilfiger returns to the runway after a two-season hiatus.

Feb. 12: Isabel Toledo makes a comeback with Anne Klein. In November, Anne Klein’s owner, Jones Apparel Group, says it will pull the plug on the designer collection, ousting Toledo, to focus on the brand’s bridge and better lines.
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