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Warang McManus, Andy Hilfiger, Fashion Delivers, Billy Gibbon, Jordan Brand, Lea Michelle, Kim Kardashian, Cubby Golden, Luanne Jarman-Miller, Ane Crabtree, Pan Am

FN Spy: Styling 'Pan Am'… Spike Lee Is Back

Vintage looks rule on the set of the ABC series.

Faces: Fashion Delivers Gala

Tommy Hilfiger doled out kudos to brother Andy Hilfiger, who was honored along with three other fashion-world philanthropists.

TaylorMade-Adidas Golf

FN Spy: Showstoppers in London... Adidas' Executive Caddie

An exhibition showcased creative — and out-there — footwear designs.

Faces: ACE Awards

The Accessories Council welcomed a crowd of top-notch designers and celebrities.

Obit: Toms Shoes VP Pete Ferrer

The 50-year-old was a leader during his five years at the company.

FN Spy: NYC Marathon

In the wake of another marathon, FN takes a look at the footwear-related highlights.

Faces: Glamour's Women of the Year Awards

The magazine honored designers, entertainers and activists at an inspirational gala on Monday.

Elettra Wiedemann, Leigh Lezark

FN Pick: Louboutin's Book Club

The designer threw a star-studded bash.

Amare Stoudemire, FFANY, Jerome Rousseau, Jim Tarica, Libby Edelman, Soles4Souls

FN Spy: Awards Buzz.. Miss Piggy as Fashion Icon

Excitement for the FN Achievement Awards is building.

Victor Cruz, Chris Andersen

FN Spy: Betsey’s Holiday Plans… More Ink for Chris Andersen

The holidays are a family affair for Betsey Johnson.

Vans Co-Founder James Van Doren Dies

The shoe pioneer leaves behind a legacy of product innovation and a passion for people.

FN Spy: NBA Stars Turn to Football... Top Chef Gets Cooking With Dansko

With the start of the NBA season still up in the air, a few players have found they like playing football in their downtime.

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