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Romping Around

First it was comfortable briefs, then boxers.

The Dior Dandy

Some designers believe pants have no place in the couture, but Gianfranco Ferre isn't among them.

Berge Wages War

PARIS - Pierre Berge wants the head of Jacques Mouclier.

"Either Mouclier goes or Saint Laurent quits the Chambre," Berge said Wednesday, in the wake of the collapse of Event Media's plan for live telecasts of the upcoming couture collecitons...

Philip Crystal Dead at 82

NEW YORK -- Services for Philip E. Crystal, 82, retired executive vice president and principal of David Crystal Inc., for many years a prominent women's apparel manufacturer, will be held today at 2:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in...

Eye Scoop

It's a Paris first: Two designers are co-hosting a dinner after their shows on Saturday. Gianni Versace and Karl Lagerfeld have invited a small group of guests to dine in Karl's house.

Barbra Streisand and Donna Karan aren't just good...

Ithica Names Zeller-Claxton Design VP

NEW YORK -- Joni Zeller-Claxton has been named vice president of hosiery design for Ithaca Industries here, effective Jan. 31.

She will take on the responsibilities of Sunny Miller, who has resigned from Ithaca, where she was vice president of...

Blass To Give NYPL $10M

NEW YORK -- Bill Blass is donating $10 million to the New York Public Library.

"You could consider it a miracle that I'm in the position to do this," the designer said Wednesday, when it was announced.

The donation is one of the largest...

CFDA Gala's New Focus: 'Solid Majority'

NEW YORK -- The Council of Fashion Designers of America awards gala is getting real this year.

Instead of the emphasis on Hollywood names and European designers that marked the past two galas, this year's event, to be held Feb. 7 at Lincoln...

Having It Both Ways

Spring is a capricious season and Randolph Duke's latest collection matches it mood for mood.


Karl Lagerfeld will kick off the couture season on Saturday with a crisp new proportion.

Barry Bricken

Soft, simple and light as can be -- that's clearly what Barry Bricken had in mind when he designed his spring collection.

Paris Couture Telecast Unplugged

PARIS -- Event Media's effort to telecast the Paris couture collections on close-circuit in the U.S. has fallen through, surprising few people here.

The New York-based group apparently failed to sell enough tickets to honor a contractual...

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