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Barbara Walters tries on Phillip Treacy hats in preparation for the royal wedding. She's really working a "lewk" there. 

 Alexander Wang is branching out into home and lifestyle accessories. 

April 25 2011 5:30 AM

Believe it or not, not every male in the fashion industry is gay. Sure, straight boys are few and far between, but the rare ones we've become acquainted with are nothing but easy-going and cool. We suppose that since they're in the minority, they've got to play nice, right? 

April 22 2011 12:29 PM

Speaking of Marc Jacobs, the designer, who also serves as creative director to luxury label Louis Vuitton, is said to have tapped actress, humanitarian, mother of, like, fifty-two kids, girlfriend to what was once the hottest man in the world, and brother-kisser Angelina Jolie as the star of the company's fall 2011 campaign for the French company -- which, by the way, presented a bondage/dominatrix themed collection.

April 22 2011 10:04 AM


April 22 2011 9:03 AM

Tom Ford is the only fashion designer to make Time Magazine's list of the most 100 influential people of 2011 (a little early to be announcing that, dontcha think?). 

April 22 2011 5:30 AM

J. Crew creative director Jenna Lyons lives a charmed life.

April 21 2011 3:08 PM

We're big fans of Joe Zee -- in fact he showed us around Los Angeles in our latest issue, on newsstands now -- and we adore his new show on The Sundance Channel's All on the Line. If you haven't seen it, basically he consults a designer or design team that has hit a roadblock on their path to a successful business.

April 21 2011 2:08 PM

Net-a-Porter revolutionized online shopping just over a decade ago by tapping into a wealthy, high-minded consumer who wanted to shop for luxury goods from the comfort of their home. The CEO Natalie Massenet, who left her job as a fashion editor conceived it as an online magazine with an e-commerce component.

April 21 2011 12:36 PM

We may be a few days late on this one, but it just came to our attention that fashion designer, icon and February cover boy Tom Ford was featured earlier this month in an ad for a Canadian used car showroom to announce its 4.99 percent sale, but it wasn’t the sale that caught the public’s attention.

April 21 2011 6:48 AM