Fashion

Saturday, November 25, 2017
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    FIT Celebrates Paris Fashion in New York

    Paris is always a good idea. Last night, The Museum at FIT held a reception for

    by Wendy Sy
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    Frederick Anderson Finds “My Own Voice”

    Frederick Anderson has long been a fixture of New York society—as well known

    by Ben Diamond
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    Nestled Among the Palm Trees, a Figue Grows

    Since 2012, designer Stephanie von Watzdorf's womenswear line Figue has fused

    by Ben Diamond
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    4 Questions of NYFW (Take #19: Veronica Beard)

    What does the brand who gave the world the Dickey jacket do to further inspire

    by Kelly Laffey
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    The 4 Questions of NYFW (Take #18: Anna Sui)

    On Wednesday, Anna Sui reminded us that fashion should be fun at her

    by Wendy Sy
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    Worth & Worth is Tops in Toppers

    You can call him the mad hatter, or you can call him one of New York's hidden

    by Kristopher Fraser
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    Gant Preps for Tech

    Would you like to ride a bike to your Wall Street office without worrying about

    by Kristopher Fraser
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    The 4 Questions of NYFW (Take #17: Vivienne Tam)

    The electrifying energy of Hong Kong nightlife was the inspiration for Vivienne

    by Wendy Sy
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    The 4 Questions of NYFW (Take #16: Freida Rothman x John Paul Ataker)

    Seen at Pier 59 on Tuesday: the dramatic, energetic show of John Paul Ataker.

    by Wendy Sy
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    The 4 Questions of NYFW (Take #5: Sandra Bernhard edition)

    Old school cool was the theme at the J. Crew fall/winter 2017 presentation at

    by Wendy Sy
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    The 4 Questions of NYFW (Take #4)

    As fashion week moves along, our key questions continue to be asked. Seen at

    by Wendy Sy
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    The 4 Questions of NYFW (Take #3)

    Snow, rain and the freezing cold can’t stop fashion week. On Friday,

    by Wendy Sy