Forget contemporary art: Georges Marciano is sinking his money into cold, hard stones.
— Nov 15, 2007
Book signings aren't new fare for designer and five-time author Tommy Hilfiger, nor for advertising legend George Lois, who's penned seven.
— Nov 14, 2007
Sir Philip Green is certainly out to build the Topshop name in the U.S. before opening stores here.
— Nov 13, 2007
Karl Lagerfeld, who was in the south of France over Halloween shooting Claudia Schiffer for next spring's Chanel campaign, did not get a chance to see designer Roberto Cavalli masquerading as him at a New York costume party.
— Nov 12, 2007
What do Bill Clinton and Shaquille O'Neal have in common? Time.
— Nov 9, 2007
Her boyfriend Tom Brady of the New England Patriots has been getting a hero’s welcome from the media after Sunday’s last-minute win over the Indianapolis Colts...
— Nov 8, 2007
A glowing Cate Blanchett helped light the new Armani Ginza Tower in Tokyo on Tuesday night, but it was a flying visit to Japan for the actress.
— Nov 7, 2007
Despite a Sunday morning that began with a five-hour, 29-minute and 58-second run in the New York City Marathon, Katie Holmes truly tested the outer limits of endurance by attending a screening of "Lions for Lambs" at MoMA that evening.
— Nov 6, 2007
French actress Emmanuelle Seigner, who appears in this winter's Celine campaign, has a new project with the LVMH-owned brand.
— Nov 5, 2007
"I wanted to go as someone from the world of fashion," said Robert Cavalli as he arrived at his Halloween party dressed as Karl Lagerfeld, replete with a...
— Nov 3, 2007
Duran Duran is about to get Juicy. The iconic rock band has teamed up with Juicy Couture (band member John Taylor is married to Juicy co-founder Gela Nash-Taylor) to design a full wardrobe for their Broadway concert debut in New York.
— Nov 2, 2007
There were no feathered tresses to be seen, but many fine looking friends (or new acquaintances) flocked to Bergdorf Goodman Tuesday night to toast Nina Ricci's Olivier Theyskens, who had held a spring trunk show earlier that day.
— Nov 1, 2007