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March 08 2010 10:16 AM

 

February 25 2010 1:03 PM

Everyone is doing capsule collections and collaborations these days (Levi's + Opening Ceremony, Jil Sander + Uniqlo), but nothing is nearly as chic as the soon to launch Yves Saint Laurent capsule collection for New York boutique, Atelier. YSL's creative director, Stefano Pilati, has created 129 customized pieces for the downtown Manhattan shopping hot spot. You can expect gray and black cashmere, men's dressing classics with new twists, and crazy innovative textiles. What else would you want from the sophisticated Parisian house and monsieur Pilati (he's just the sexiest)?

February 25 2010 9:33 AM

Morocco seems to be where it is at this summer for the fashion crowd
(Yves Saint Laurent was aware of this ages ago). First we saw ethnic prints,
vibrant citrus colors, and Ikat style weaving all over the Spring/Summer
2010 runways -- from Dries Van Noten to Bottega Veneta. Now it seems Tom Ford
wants in on the action with a new fragrance launched this month: Private
Blend Bois Marocain.

February 22 2010 11:10 AM

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February 22 2010 11:04 AM

Originally offered exclusively at Prada's 3 Corso Venezia store in Milan, Italy, the Made in Japan denim recently smuggled itself into the U.S. and can now be found at the Soho Prada store in NYC for a limited time. The trousers, available in four fabrics and seven different washes, are created by artisans with a series of unique techniques.

February 22 2010 6:50 AM

Model Citizen: John Winter

February 18 2010 7:00 PM

[Ed note: Andrew Mukamal, co-star of the new Bravo reality TV show Kell on Earth featuring fashion PR guru Kelly Cutrone, will be filing daily dispatches from New York Fashion Week. Continue to check back at Truman Says for his personal lowdown on everything that goes down on the runways, backstage, and beyond.]

February 18 2010 1:37 PM

February 18 2010 12:45 PM

Stephan Jaklitsch Architects (SJA) have just designed the new Marc by Marc Jacobs store for Milan, due to open in early April.

The contemporary 290-square-meter boutique has been inserted into the
ground floor of a 16th-century residential building that fronts the
piazza of Santa Maria del Carmine, a 15th-century church built for the
first duke of Milan, and by the looks of things it’s going to be pretty
amazing...

February 17 2010 11:55 AM
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