Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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Cavalli to Dress Diet Coke

Diet Coke, or as they say in Italy, Coca Light, is getting a makeover just in time for women's fashion week in Milan at the end of September.

Birthday Toast, Couples Night, Sister Act...

DKNY is feting its 20th anniversary next year in festive fashion, with a customized bubbly.

A Designer Christmas Cake by Givenchy

SUGAR COATED: Hubert de Givenchy is testing his sweet tooth. The retired couturier will design the traditional Christmas cake ­or buche de Noel.

Giorgio Ole!, The Homecoming, Emperor Val...

Giorgio Armani's designs now span from the runway and the living room to the oldest bullfighting ring in Spain.

Fendi Asks Asian Designers to "Dream" up Baguettes

Fashion house holds a competition for young design talents

Fashion Scoops: Faux Punk?...

Malcolm McLaren is worried that fake clothes could be circulating under the Seditionaries label he designed with Vivienne Westwood in the Seventies.

Kate Spade Apparel

Since Deborah Lloyd joined Kate Spade as creative director and co-president a year ago speculation has abounded about the accessories brand diving into apparel.

Jean Cassegrain, Serge Mendjisky

Longchamp Looks Back

Rounding out its 60th anniversary celebrations, Longchamp plans to release an eponymous, 192-page coffee table tome this September.

Saab Story

Beirut couturier Elie Saab has opened his first address in the United Kingdom, a shop-in-shop on the eveningwear floor of Harrods.

Partying Around The Globe

Diesel turns 30 this year and big plans for the anniversary celebrations in October are in the works.

A Printed World

Gap in the U.K. has teamed with Liberty fabrics to create a four-piece capsule collection of shirts and dresses for its high summer collection.

Choo's Next Steps

Jimmy Choo Couture could be in flux.

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