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Really? No, REALLY? After all this hooplah, the drama, the theatrics, the firing and the subsequent trip to rehab the gentleman who initially accused John Galliano of verbal assault is now reneging on his original story. In an interview with Le Parisien accuse Philippe Virgiti now admits that he no longer believes that Galliano is anti-semetic, but believes that he is "sick" and was provoked. 

March 11 2011 10:08 AM

It's crazy how quickly the social stigma around glasses has so totally reversed itself in the past few years. Once the calling card of dweebs and social outcasts, today one's popularity seems to measured by the girth of their glasses' frames. But with such social recognition, glasses got pricey -- of course. Nowadays a trendy pair can set you back a couple of hundred dollars. And as usual, big-name designers are producing them at record speeds and with astronomical price-tags. Sad, really. 

March 11 2011 8:28 AM

Remember the good old days, pre FW2011 Fashion Week when the biggest news was that Carine Roitfeld was leaving French Vogue and being replaced by her fashion director Emmanuelle Alt? Seems like ages ago, right? Long before Nazi-loving rants and endless whispers of an impending musical chair switcheroo of major designers at French labels.

March 11 2011 7:07 AM

Karl Lagerfeld
's latest trick muse stood-up a reporter from WWD twice. Eek!

March 11 2011 4:30 AM

Plaid Doctrine Briefcase


How Much: $449.00

March 10 2011 10:11 AM

Now that John Galliano's two carefully watched shows have come and gone on Gallic soils, an interesting question arises: will store buyers stock either collection? High end retailers like Barneys and Bergdorf Goodman consistently sell Dior season after season and bank on its high profile clothing and its even higher profile designer to move product and earn them money. But has the latest scandal du jour made either less appealing? Or more appealing?

March 10 2011 7:52 AM

Seeing as Kate Moss walked in Louis Vuitton yesterday, it was only a matter of time before the story about her cellulite came out. 

Is Urban Outfitters' inability to let go of hipsterdom the reason behind their declining profits? 

March 10 2011 4:30 AM

Today on Daily Front Row, the assistant to Editor-in-Chief of Marie Claire Joanna Coles spoke it. No, it's not some waifish girl with slender legs and flawless skin. It's a boy. A real, live, boy working amongst the Louboutins and Lanvin. His name is Sergio Kletnoy and his task is to aid in Ms. Coles' every wish.

March 09 2011 10:08 AM

With only a handful of weeks with its virtual doors open, the online retailer Mr. Porter is already making industry waves with its discerning selection of goods mixed with carefully curated editorial content.

March 09 2011 8:18 AM

If you can believe it, it's finally the last day of Paris Fashion Week, closing out a tumultuous and frenzied week. As usual, Louis Vuitton is one of the last shows to walk the runway, and today, creative director Marc Jacobs showed a fetish-inspired collection. The closing model was the legendary Kate Moss, who came out in a leather applique top with fur sleeves, smoking a cigarette. 

March 09 2011 6:18 AM