Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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Scoop: Guys and Dolls... Couture Rumblings...

Adding an artsy twist, some of Azzaro’s resort collection will be illustrated with characters from Olivier Kuntzel and Florence Deygas’ “The Doll and Her Bear.”

Takada’s Auction Fetches $2.6 Million

The sale of the private art collection that filled Kenzo Takada’s former Parisian home included 1,100 pieces, collected by the designer over 20 years.

On Specs... Kira Redux?... D&G Will Open Virtual Doors...

Fans of the late Yves Saint Laurent’s dark tortoiseshell specs can now get their mitts on their own made-to-measure pair.

DVF on a Mission... Shulman's Rebel Cry... Cortazar, In or Out?...

Diane von Furstenberg was honored by The Mission Society yesterday.

Paul McCartney's Veggie Spiel... Jacobs and Martone May Wed in Provincetown...

Sir Paul McCartney offered a recipe for vegetarian living in London Monday.

Good Enough for the Queen... 'Twilight' Hour... Wu's Stormy Weather...

Christopher Bailey and Natalie Massenet are the latest fashion figures to receive a nod from Britain’s Queen Elizabeth.

Always on Call

The 75th anniversary celebration of the Apollo Theater drew Roberto Cavalli, Mariah Carey and Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

More, More, More

More presenters have been confirmed for the 2009 CFDA Awards taking place this Monday, including Jack White, Blake Lively and Jimmy Fallon.

Prada Promotes Cantino

Prada has promoted marketing director Stefano Cantino to group communication and external relations director.

Eva Mendes' Charity Talk... A Little Jagger... David Beckham, Unfurled...

Eva Mendes was overcome with emotion while discussing her work with The Art of Elysium. Also in today's scoops: David Beckham visits Selfridges.

Ullman's Fashion Closet... Luella's Latest Moves... Vodianova to Design...

Tracey Ullman clearly seems to know it always helps to play the field when faced with a tough fashion crowd.

Food Inc., Daisy Lowe,

Kirsten Dunst and Michael Pollan Attend Party for 'Food Inc.' Film

Kirsten Dunst, Michael Pollan and Eric Schlosser attend screening for "Food Inc.," a film which investigates how factory farms raise livestock.

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