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Grey Gardens, Little Edie Beale

Albert Maysles on Grey Gardens

In a career that’s spanned nearly five decades, Albert Maysles has taken on everyone from Bible salesmen to The Beatles to Christo and Jean-Claude.


Defining Moments: Ain't She Tweet?

For the first season in the post-Twitter world, fashion editors spent the shows tweeting to their hearts’ content.

Defining Moments of Fall 2009

Money— and the lack thereof— was on everybody's mind, but there were plenty of highlights on and around the fall '09 runways.

Editor's Letter: Shining Through

The California dream is not only alive and well, but it’s also resonant with today’s economic reality.

Bits & Bytes: Hard Drives to Haute Vending Machines

The ultrathin Dell Adamo hard drive whispers luxury...

Famous for Misbehavin': Pretty Girls and Bad Boys

By now you’ve no doubt heard about Gisele and Tom’s “Shotgun Wedding." Here are some of their celebrity colleagues, from Kate Moss to Mike Tyson.

Stan Gellers' Views

Quotes from columns over the years.

Suze Orman: The Money Lady

Your Recession is Her Boom

Wilmot to Open West Coast Unit

Paul Wilmot Communications will open a West Coast office this month, in Los Angeles.

Editor's Letter: Breaking Through

Each Spring, WWD Beauty Biz devotes an entire issue to the major products and trends of the season.

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American Jewish Committee Honors Murdoch

When Rupert Murdoch received the American Jewish Committee’s National Human Relations Award last week, he felt compelled to clear up a misperception.

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Editor's Letter: Knock, Knock

When Plato wrote that necessity is the mother of invention, the problem he had in mind probably wasn't how to reignite sluggish sales of beauty products.

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