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The Women of O

O magazine editor Susan Casey, Oprah's bff Gayle King, and publisher Jill D. Seelig discuss the publication's first decade and its future.


The 2010 Costume Institute Gala

Red carpet images from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's gala for the 'American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity' exhibit.

Caroline Rush

Got Tweet?

From tweets to Facebook to livestreams from the runway, designers saw the future, and they liked it.

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Malcolm McLaren, Punk Impresario

Malcolm McLaren, the troublemaker who turned the Sex Pistols into a cultural force and created punk fashion with Vivienne Westwood, is dead.

Fairchild to Relaunch Menswear Magazine

In its ongoing commitment to the men’s wear industry, Fairchild Fashion Group is enhancing coverage in WWD each Thursday while reintroducing Menswear magazine.

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Indie Fashion Magazines Sprout in Europe

Titles Twin, Glass, Perfect, Test, Grey and Candy are part of the new wave of style magazines in Europe.

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Michael Kors and Anna Wintour Debate Body Type Issue

Michael Kors, discussing eating disorders, said he’ll no longer hire models under age 16 and called on his peers to follow suit.

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Q&A With Tom Munro

Tom Munro has shot everyone from Nicole Kidman to Justin Timberlake, but he considers himself to be a fashion photographer first and foremost.

Peter Lindbergh

Peter Lindbergh's High Profile

Peter Lindbergh’s reputation is anchored in being an image maker, but recently, his own appears to be in focus.

Richard Wightman, Former WWD Reporter

Richard Wightman chronicled the liberalization of apparel and textile trade from its early days and over five presidencies.

Brooks Brothers Touts Supima in Spring Campaign

Brooks Brothers is devoting the biggest part of its spring-summer marketing budget ever — 50 percent — to one of its strongest suits: Supima cotton clothing.

Kellan Lutz, Mehcad Brooks, Fernando Verdasco, Hidetoshi Nakata

WWD Exclusive: First Look at Calvin Klein's Racy Men's Underwear Campaign

Models include Kellan Lutz of "Twilight."

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