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FASHION, RUNWAY, TRENDS / September 14 2012 10:30 AM

End of Fashion Week Blues

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Ah, the end of New York Fashion Week, end of the endless free booze and unseen up-close clothes. No more running into Kelly Osbourne, or firsthand Kimye spottings, or Daily Back Rows, or crushing Echaus Latta energy drinks just to stay alive. Time to either move on to London or turn around, stay in NY and watch the next FW from home. But enough of those wistful kinds of blues. The blues that really matter are the ones that took the runway with true hue, along the spectrum from a light baby to a real royal. 

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GIRLS / September 22 2009 10:00 AM

THE TEN: Not So “Ready To Wear” Looks of Spring 2010

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It goes without saying that there were some over the top, oddball looks on the runways during the Spring/Summer 2010 fashion week. Here’s the ten not so “ready to wear” looks of the season:

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

1) Alexandre Herchcovitch

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

2) Anna Sui

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

3) Charles Anastase

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

4) Danielle Scutt

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

5) Kinder Aqqugini

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

6) Marc Jacobs

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

7) Rodarte

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

8) Vivienne Westwood Red Label

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

9) Mary Katrantzou

THE TEN: Not So Ready To Wear Looks of Spring 2010

10) Louise Goldin

All images via Style.

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GIRLS / August 12 2008 1:30 PM

Rodarte Named as Swiss Textiles Award Finalists

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Rodarte Named as Swiss Textiles Award Finalists

Finalists for the 9th annual Swiss Textiles Award have been announced, and this year, a CFDA stalwart is a contender. Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy are among the six finalists for the prize, a reward made all the sweeter by its well-performing currency. This marks only the second time an American designer has been named a finalist. British designers Richard Nicoll, Louise Goldin, Jean-Pierre Braganza are also finalists, as are Toga of Japan and Cathy Pill of Belgium.

Keep reading on Fashion Week Daily.

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