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Ottavio Missoni, founder of the global family fashion empire that spawned the no-bra look and revolutionized textile patterns with its trademark bold stripes and zig-zag patterns, died on Thursday aged 92.
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Lilly Pulitzer, a Palm Beach socialite turned designer whose tropical print dresses became a sensation in the 1960s and later a fashion classic, died Sunday. She was 81.
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Looks like you have competition, Kristen Stewart — you’re not the only star rocking comfy footwear on the red carpet.
Best Supporting Actress nominee Sally Field wore some casual kicks at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday night, going to far as to adorably lift up her bright red Valentino gown to show them off.
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The first lady stepped out in a sophisticated blue Thom Browne coat and J. Crew shoes for Inauguration Day, accessorizing with a Cathy Waterman necklace. Browne, an American designer better known for his menswear, designed the coat based on the style of a man’s silk tie.
Cheap-chic clothing brand Hennes & Mauritz AB was reprimanded by the Swedish regulatory body for the advertising industry following a furor that erupted over bikini ads featuring a very tan model, although it dismissed complaints that the ads were sexually suggestive and that the model was overly thin.
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Minnie, Goofy, Daisy – timeless, complete characters who don’t need to change a thing, right? Unless you talk to the fashion industry.
What do you think of this campaign? Is it sending the wrong message?
Classic tailoring and traditional red, white and blue have come together in Ralph Lauren’s collection for Team USA, which was unveiled exclusively on TODAY Tuesday.
As the official outfitter of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams, Ralph Lauren designed both the opening and closing ceremony parade outfits as well as a collection of village wear apparel and accessories. This is the third consecutive time the company has designed the official outfits for Team USA.
The ex-husband of poker star Beth Shak is calling her bluff when it comes to her shoe collection.
Hedge fund boss Daniel Shak, 52, claims in a recently filed lawsuit that before the couple divorced three years ago he was unaware of his ex-wife’s collection of 1,200 shoes, which could change the payout from their divorce settlement, according to The New York Post. The “World Series of Poker” star, 42, reportedly owns more than 700 red-soled pairs of heels from her favorite designer, Christian Louboutin, and she has estimated that her entire shoe collection is worth north of $500,000. Daniel Shak has the shoes valued at $1 million in his lawsuit.
Model Anneka Tanaka-Svenska wears a headpiece designed by Louis Mariette and a dress by Hanna Marie Hutchison at the Royal Ascot.
Is it just us, or are teenagers getting more creative every day? Instead of simply buying a graduation dress, 17-year-old Canadian Kara Koskowich created hers from math homework.