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JW Anderson Launches His Women's Collection

Jonathan Anderson, the designer behind men’s wear label JW Anderson, took to the screen to launch his first women’s collection this week.

Orla Kiely's Fashion Film

Orla Kiely tapped Gia Coppola, Sofia Coppola’s niece, to make a whimsical, Sixties-inspired short film starring actress Nathalie Love.

Fashion Flies The Eco Flag in London

At Clarence House, the London home of Prince Charles, Erin O'Connor and Audrey Marnay joined guests for a showcase of sustainable fashion.

Front Row at Twenty8Twelve

“I’m here because I love Sienna Miller,” Jude Law declared with theatrical flourish on Saturday morning at the Twenty8Twelve show.

Nicola Formichetti, Lady GaGa,

Lady Gaga's Shout Out

Lady Gaga has stuck up her middle finger again, this time in a candid photo with her personal stylist Nicola Formichetti.

Courtney Love to Perform in Paris

Word has it Courtney Love will be in Paris to perform at the party due to be co-hosted by Printemps and V Magazine during fashion week.

Birkin or Beckham or Both?... Mariah Carey's Designs...

Victoria Beckham denies saying her handbags are the new Birkin.

Front Row at Nanette Lepore

Kristin Chenoweth and Jamie-Lynn Sigler trekked uptown on Wednesday to see the show.

Katie Holmes Traipses to Calvin Klein

Katie Holmes, Kerry Washington and other celebrities attended Calvin Klein's spring show.

Front Row at J. Mendel

Gabrielle Union and other celebrities took in the J. Mendel show.

Front Row at Isaac Mizrahi

Johnny Weir, Veronica Webb, and Jay Sean all checked out the Issac Mizrahi spring 2011 collection.

Front Row at L'Wren Scott

Mick Jagger, Daphne Guinness and Ashley Greene were among the guests sitting front row at L'Wren Scott's spring 2011 show.

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