Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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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.

Demolition Crew

When throwing a party, it helps to have bold-faced friends, which is what 303 Gallery owner Lisa Spellman found out on Wednesday.

Still Friends, Just Separate

Society decorating firm Sills Huniford Associates is dissolving after 25 years.

New Pattern at Pucci

Emilio Pucci is apparently looking for a successor to Matthew Williamson, as the designer focuses more on growing his own business.

Denim Destination

Rag & Bone's Marcus Wainwright and David Neville are throwing their cult following a retail bone.

Mad for Michael

The man may make the clothes, but the clothes make the show in the case of AMC's "Mad Men."

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