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Thinkable Fashion

Designers create collections in a language all their own. But when it comes to the customer, what is lost in translation?

Disaster Area

This winter, partygoers let global warming go to their heads.

She's Gotta Have It

Dresses have had a good run, but tailored separates and knitwear are ready to eclipse them for fall in the bridge and contemporary markets, in a season...

Milan's Mixed Bag

The top 20 most-viewed fall collections in Milan on

Options Aplenty at Brazilian Fashion Weeks

Designers at Brazil's two main fashion events set off in strikingly different trend directions, and, coupled with a wide range of prices, offered retailers...

Easy Riders

Spring is right around the corner, but there are some girls for whom a flirty floral frock clearly won't do.

That's Solid

Black had a strong presence, along with some grays and neutrals, as designers favored simple palettes for jackets with a men's wear flavor and dresses with...

Experimental Stages

Avant-garde design is alive and well and living in Paris. In fact, it's evolving, with new, darker colors, along with distinctive tailoring and patterns.

Wild Cards

La vie sauvage was a strong motif on the Paris runways as designers let loose with leather, feathers and fur - not to mention tribal themes and racy...

Welcome to the Sixties

John Galliano's fall collection for Christian Dior was a paean to some of the era's style icons, including Baby Jane Holzer and Raquel Welch.

Growing Up Contemporary

By many accounts, the contemporary customer has grown out of baby-doll dresses and cutesy T-shirts. This coming fall, designers appear to be growing up with...

Dramatic Personas

Hitchcock heroines, Studio 54 girls and the Wicked Witch of the West were some of the women evoked by London collections as the fall season continued.

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