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'Sex and the City' Taping Creates Bergdorf Mob

A starstruck swarm stopped traffic outside Bergdorf Goodman, where scenes for the "Sex and the City" sequel were being filmed.

Rumblings at Richemont... Gaga for Givenchy... Rykiel Blogs...

Emmanuel Perrin said to replace Frédéric de Narp as president and ceo of Cartier North America.

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Hilton Hits Tokyo

Nicky Hilton greeted her Japanese fans at the Odakyu department store in Shinjuku.

Binns in Wonderland

Tom Binns has been tapped to design two collections for Disney Consumer Products in conjunction with its March release of Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland."

Picturing Carla... Camilla No-Show... Pharrell Williams Up For Fashion Rocks...

Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is rumored to have agreed to a role in Woody Allen's next movie.

Som Move... Award Dinner at the Waldorf.... Models on Call...

Peter Som may be heading to Tommy Hilfiger.

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Vivienne Tam's Turns... Designers Float Around Venice... Nilsson Rumors...

Vivienne Tam has two unveilings coming up in Las Vegas: a collection of custom upholstered furniture and hotel spa uniforms.

Rodarte, the Movie... More at the Store for Vera Wang... Expected in Paris...

Rodarte designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy are film buffs, sharing a particular love for the horror genre.

U.S. Open

Venus Williams' Green T

Venus Williams has designed an official U.S. Open T-shirt that is eco-friendly and will be sold at the tournament and USOpen.org.

Fashion Scoops: Topshop's Dance Off... Oliver Twist...

Retailer to collaborate with Freddy, the Italian dance and fitness wear label, to produce a collection of fitness wear.

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LaVelle Olexa's Mentoring Program

Industry alum admits it was tough leaving Lord & Taylor five months ago after marking her 20th year there.

Chris March for Payment... Temperley's New Line...

Former “Project Runway” contestant Chris March is suing designer Thierry Mugler for allegedly failing to pay him for work.

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