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Duckie Brown RTW Spring 2015

The stole-it-from-my-boyfriend look is back on the runway at the Duckie Brown show.

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Madrid Preview: The Grand Scheme in Spanish Fashion

IFEMA is unifying industry events to build a national showcase.

Shane Gabier, Christopher Peters, Creatures of the Wind, Peter Som,  Richard Chai, Richard Chai Love,  Josie Natori,  Monique Lhuillier,  Nicole Miller,  Max Osterweis, Erin Beatty, Suno,  Deborah Lloyd, Kate Spade New York,  Lisa Perry,  Lubov Azria, BCBG Max Azria,  Adam Selman,  Elizabeth Giardina, 10 Crosby Derek Lam,  Wes Gordon ,  Trina Turk ,  Tess Giberson,  Chris Gelinas, CG,  Rebecca Minkoff,  Giovanna Randall, Honor,  Tina Lutz, Tse,  Tanya Taylor,  Araks Yeramyan, Araks,  Tia Cibani, Carmen Marc Valvo,  Sylvie Millstein, Hellessy,  Marissa Webb,  Whitney Pozgay, Whit,  Chadwick Bell,  Charlotte Ronson,  Jeffrey Costello, Robert Tagliapietra, Costello Tagliapietra , Frame Denim,  Sally LaPointe,  Ulla Johnson, Meggie Kempner, Kempner,  Katharine Polk, Houghton,  L.A.M.B.,  Christopher Kunz, Nicole Kunz, Nicholas K,  Misha Nonoo, Nonoo,  Jordana Warmflash, Novis,  Odile Benjamin, Raoul,  Tadashi Shoji,  Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo, Tome,  Yoana Baraschi,  Ji Oh,  Kaelen Haworth, Kaelen,  Carin Rodebjer, Rodebjer, Desigual,  Jonathan Cohen,  Katie Gallagher,  Rita Vinieris,  Jay Godfrey,  Charles Warren,

New York Designer Inspirations Spring 2015: Part One

Let the games begin! Art and nature go neck-and-neck as the most popular ideas of the spring season.

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Model Call: Sofia Fanego

Now living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the 20-year-old model from San Pedro, Argentina, is blending right in with the locals.

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Yves Carcelle Dies at 66

The longtime chief executive at Louis Vuitton spearheaded its global expansion.

Week in Review: 08/30/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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Karolina Zmarlak RTW Spring 2015

For spring, Karolina Zmarlak focused on pieces with structure and texture.

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Derek Lam 10 Crosby RTW Spring 2015

Vice president of design Elizabeth Giardina was inspired by cutting, pasting, patchwork and the collages of Fred Free and Sigrid Sandström.

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Will.i.am Looking Forward and Back

The musician, producer and entrepreneur, aka William Adams Jr., has a string of projects up his sleeve, the latest being a new eyewear line launching Sept. 16.

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Bill de Blasio to Host N.Y. Fashion Week Event

New York City's mayor will welcome the Council of Fashion Designers of America to Gracie Mansion on Wednesday night for a cocktail party to launch fashion week.

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Celebrity Fashion: The Emmys Edition

Interesting shapes, colors and details permeated the sea of sameness at the recent Emmy awards.

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