Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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Alexander Wang Denies Nike Rumors... H&M Appoints Artistic Director...

Both Alexander Wang and Nike confirmed exclusively to WWD that no collaboration is in the works.

Malene Birger on Moving On, and On

Book documents Danish designer’s penchant for changing homes and offices.

Hoop Dreams... Galliano Heads East... Prince Charles Likes Wool..

Ian Schrager and his wife, Tania, sent out an oversize birth announcement of their new baby boy.

Ma Ying-jeou,

Frenzy for Jason Wu in Taiwan... L’Oréal's Image Issues... Uma Incognito...

Jason Wu met with Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou and presented him with a dress to give to his wife. Also, a dressed-down Uma Thurman turns up at Sotheby's.

The New Blaak... Thom Browne's Patch in London... Manolo Madness...

Cerruti has named designer duo Sachiko Okada and Aaron Sharif of label Blaak as creative consultants for men’s wear.

Tatiana Sorokko, Bruno Frisoni, Roger Vivier, Alexis Mabille, Marisa Berenson, Pamela Golbin,

Designers Fete Tatiana Sorokko Exhibition

The former model regaled guests with her tips for overcoming the crisis blues.

Bill Kaulitz

Front Row at Wunderkind

Bill Kaulitz, lead singer of German pop rock band Tokio Hotel, took in the spring show with a camera crew in tow.

Front Row at Louis Vuitton

Alexa Chung and Daisy Lowe were among the celebrities who sat front row at the spring show.

Dakota Fanning, Rihanna

Front Row at Miu Miu

Rihanna and Dakota Fanning made up the front row at the spring show.

Grazia's Masquerade Ball

No mask for Kanye West, who wore a dapper suit and bow tie as Grazia magazine feted its first year in France with a masquerade ball at the Opera Garnier.

Printemps Fetes The Big Apple

Stephen Gan said the alliance with Printemps was pure coincidence: both the magazine and the retailer had decided to celebrate the Big Apple at the same time.

Designers Fete Exhibition And Paris Fashion Week

Fashion never sleeps, even at the tail end of Paris Fashion Week, when Le Bon Marché christened an exhibition curated by Numéro’s editor-in-chief, Babeth Djian.

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