Fashion Scoops


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Versace Calling... Talk Talk... Mary-Kate and Ashley to Stage Presentation...

Versace’s first luxury mobile phone will be unveiled next week in Paris during the Couture.

Sicily or Bust

European actors Margareth Madé, Toby Kebbell and Rhys Ifans took in the Dolce & Gabbana show.

Front Row at Pringle of Scotland

Tilda Swinton and fellow Scot David Shrigley sat front row at Pringle of Scotland.

Borletti Group Interested in Ittierre

Borletti Group, the department store operator that recently eyed investments in Escada and Christian Lacroix, now has its sights on Ittierre SpA.

Front Row at Roberto Cavalli

Actress Sofia Milos sat front row at Roberto Cavalli on Sunday.

Front Row at Burberry Prorsum

The cast from Burberry’s spring ad campaign—minus Emma Watson—appeared front row at the Burberry show in Milan.

Sony Entertainment Offshoot to Launch T-Shirt Line

The Thread Shop, the merchandising arm of Sony Music Entertainment, is launching a t-shirt collection dubbed Archive 1887.

Kanye West Doodles for Charity... Ferragamo's Pop Feet... Change at Woolrich...

Kanye West's drawing is bound to be popular at a charity sale event in Dubai.

Macy's Reaches Out to New Designers

Macy's fashion office is taking applications for an "open call" to be held Feb. 25 and 26 at the Herald Square flagship.

A Bite at Marc Jacobs... Chris Brown to Milan... Jump-Start on the Globes...

In April, shoppers at the Marc by Marc Jacobs store in Milan can pull up a chair at the brand’s first cafe and bar.

Ugg Meets Jimmy Choo

Ugg Australia’s sheepskin boots are set to up their glamour quotient, courtesy of Jimmy Choo.

Arnault and Pinault Breaking Bread... Tahari Picks a Tent...

Bernard Arnault and François Pinault, the once-warring luxury titans and their spouses, are cohosting a charity dinner.

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