Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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Fashion Scoops: Margiela's Library Rules... Jeffrey Sebalia's New Project...

To celebrate its new book “Maison Martin Margiela” by Maison Martin Margiela, the house set up Café Select in SoHo like a library.

Kenneth Cole on His Empire... Proenza Patter... A Humble Prince Charles...

Kenneth Cole met with 400 FIT students to discuss the story of his $500 million brand.

Appreciating Lady Gaga... Prince Charles Visiting Burberry...

Accessories Council will give Lady Gaga an award for her style.

james franco, tony duquette,

Funnyman Franco... Campbell Returns... Fete for Duquette...

James Franco spoofs his own commercial for the Gucci by Gucci fragrance.

Naomi Campbell Champions Diversity... Life Is a Cabaret...

Naomi Campbell decried the dearth of minority models in the fashion world while receiving a Fashion Icon award.

On the Road... Versace Grows in Sin City...

Tod’s chief executive officer Marco Giacometti is making the rounds this month, visiting company locations in Toronto and Chicago.

Picower Found Dead

Jeffry Picower was found dead in his swimming pool in Palm Beach on Sunday afternoon.

Akihabara Entertainment Festival 2009, Mikio Sakabe, Akihabara district

Mikio Sakabe's Manga-Inspired Fashion Show

Japan Fashion Week designer staged a manga-inspired fashion show in Tokyo's Akihabara district, known for its electronic gadgets and techno geek culture.

Shinjuku Ni-Chome, Keiichi Muramatsu, Keiichi Muramatsu, Everlasting Sprout,

Knitting Lessons in Tokyo

Designer Keiichi Muramatsu treats guests at a Takashimaya department store in Tokyo to a private knitting lesson.

Susanne Bisovsky, Dirndl Meets Kimono, Kila, Sophie Skach

Japan and Austria Fete Friendship at Japan Fashion Week

Government-backed organizations and corporations from both countries stage special show in Tokyo.

Christopher Lee Sauve, Gallery Beams, Addition Adelaide, Anne Demeulemeester, Christopher Lee Sauve, FAD3

Collaborations for Tokyo's Multi-Brand Stores

Gallery Beams and Addition Adelaide have collaborated with a group of designers and artists to produce a special mini-collection.

Diamond and Dollars... Winging to Rio... Armani in Moscow...

Christie’s New York jewelry sales held on Wednesday brought in more than $46.5 million.

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