Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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Paciotti Taps Dita

Cesare Paciotti is launching a platform shoe named after the ubiquitous burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese.

The White House,

Michelle's Choices... Scarlett's Turn... Art Scene...

In her first weeks in the White House, First Lady Michelle Obama has remained true to her fashion philosophy of embracing a diverse crop of American designers.

k-fed fashion, k-fed children's line, gainsborough ysl sale, franz hals ysl, franz hals christie's,

YSL's Big Hit... Fancy Footwork for Posh... K-Fed's Fashion Foray...

There is clearly still money around — just ask the folks at Christie’s handling the Yves Saint Laurent art auction.

Stephen Jones and First Lady Sarah Brown at the V&A

“Oh gosh, they’re all wearing hats!” said a shocked Stephen Jones.

Layoff at Valentino... Down for Mabille... An American Marant...

Valentino downsized its New York office on Monday, diminishing its U.S. infrastructure for public relations and men’s wear.

Hulanicki's Collection for Topshop

Barbara Hulanicki, is gearing up for the launch of her first collection for Topshop this spring.

Westwood's Front Row

David Walliams, Siouxsie Sioux and Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud turned out to cheer Vivienne Westwood, who showed her Red Label collection.

The Smile, Leonard Cohen, Michael Stipe, Beacon Theatre, Coffret de Victoire,

Dior, Go Fish... Leonard Cohen Calling... A Smile on Bond Street...

Dior's "Coffret de Victoire" features one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces... Leonard Cohen played the Beacon Theatre... The fashion flock toasts The Smile...

Beckford Supports Fashion Students

"A big round of applause please, these guys have worked their butts off," shouted model Tyson Beckford, at the Central Saint Martins masters’ student show.

Eco-Fashion is a Hit in London

Eco-fashion was the overall winner at the British Fashion Council’s Young International Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

Kanye Makes an Entrance

Kanye West arrived a few minutes before the end of Christopher Kane's show, sending PRs and guests tripping over themselves to make room in the front row.

YSL and Bergé's Lots are up

People flocked to Paris’ Grand Palais to view 700 pieces of art that once filled the apartments of the late designer Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé.

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