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In honor of Earth Day tomorrow, Louis Vuitton is donating 15% of its U.S. Web site that day to The Climate Project, the nonprofit organization founded by Al Gore. [WWD]
April 21 2009 8:17 AM

Frederick John Perry would have turned 100 this year. But since the man is gone and the label is not, how better to commemorate the birthday than with a limited edition of one of his signature looks: the polo. The Fred Perry Centenary Shirt has that same Perry cut and color we've come to expect, but with just a tweak of design detail -- an enlarged 16 leaf laurel with the centenary embroidery placed underneath. 

April 20 2009 1:19 PM
April 20 2009 1:02 PM
The e-commerce site for everyone's favorite label v. label melee, Opening Ceremony, is freshly launched. Click to your hearts content through Band of Outsiders, Final Home, Kolor, Acne and a slew of other contenders for retail glory.  

-- Seth Plattner
April 20 2009 8:52 AM

Is Madonna's boy toy, Jesus Luz, joining her in the F/W Louis Vuitton campaign? Please make it so. [Made in Brazil

April 20 2009 8:48 AM

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Birth date: December 18

Zodiac sign: Sagittarius

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April 19 2009 8:00 PM
1. Neck's Best Thing

No'l Coward may have introduced the turtleneck to the middle class in the 1920s, but by the '60s it had taken on a sartorial subversive bent, and the rolled collars had become the signature of stylish radicals. Cotton turtleneck by Tommy Hilfiger, $148

April 19 2009 8:00 PM
Come summertime, style is occasionally coupled with sweat, hence the preponderance of oft-inappropriate flip flops. Luckily, Johnny Tsiattalou has offered up a solution to an all-too common sartorial dilemma. Warmer weather calls for a little breatheability, hence the London-based designer's decision to perforate the sneakers in his Double Identity line of footwear. Using Converse Chucks as a base, Tsiattalou has added leather buckled straps and a bold, wraparound stripe, completing the new look with the aforementioned hole detail. 

April 17 2009 1:49 PM
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