Fashion Scoops

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Fashion Scoops

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Fashion Scoops: Vigilante Justice... Oscar's Aces... Brit Brigade...

Don't mess with Anna Sui. As her many fans and friends know, the designer is one tough chick, and she proved it at her show Monday by taking the law into her own hands.

Fashion Week Scandal...Firewall...Airborne...

Ron Smith pulled the plug on a group fashion show he had organized for Sunday at the Hudson Hotel, disappointing participants who got word via an email Saturday that read, “Show is not happening. Best, Ron.”

Oscar's Aces

Victoria Beckham just loves America.

Fashion Scoops: Twin Sets... Peanuts Gallery... More Demi...

Sitting pretty in a black Michael Kors shift dress, Maria Sharapova graced the designer's front row on Sunday afternoon. "I wanted to support him because he has always supported me in tennis," she said after setting off a blast of flashbulbs, as did...

Holding Court...It's Raining Stars...

Lacoste's women's tennis players held court on the front row of thier sponsor's show Saturday.

Twin Sets...Peanuts Gallery...

Sitting pretty in a black Michael Kors shift dress, Maria Sharapova graced the designer’s front row on Sunday afternoon.

No Show

Behnaz Sarafpour didn’t take a bow at the end of her show on Friday, but it wasn’t because she had a sudden bout of stage fright.

Fashion Scoops: Big Phat Scene...More Demi...

The Baby Phat show is always a big ticket ˜ case in point, the enormous crowd trying to get through the doors of the Roseland Ballroom on Friday evening.

Fashion Scoops: Change is Good

It’s pretty much a given that celebs attending a designer’s show will be sporting his or her clothes in the front row. But how far do you take that given?

Fashion Scoops: Breakfast of Champions

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and at the Ferragamo store Friday morning it was at the least the most fun.

Fashion Scoops: Seen but Not Heard... Too Many Cooks... Hatcher in the House...

The security guard proved to be right on target when he said that Demi Moore and Hilary Swank "don't want nothing to do with" the camera crews at the Miss Sixty show.

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