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    The starting place for exploring the art of fashion design. Links to famous and emerging fashion designers, latest fashion collections and accessories

    61.

    Beware Red Ink On the Runway
    If the merchandise on the runway is any indication, the threat of unemployment seems to be working -- at least for the most part. Designer Tomas Maier transformed Bottega Veneta into a profitable brand known for exquisite handbags crafted from woven leather, matte crocodile and snakeskin.
    07-Mar-2006 - Details

    62.

    Fashion designer takes on Oscars
    There were plenty of fashion hits - and a great deal of misses, too - at Sunday night's Academy Awards.

    Among those talking about it is Randy McLaughlin, Hollywood designer and Port Huron native , who last year was on the Screen Actors Guild nominating committee for the Oscars.
    08-Mar-2006 - Details

    63.

    5 Questions With Ozwald Boateng
    He’s one of the youngest tailors in history to have a shop on Britain’s Savile Row, known all over the world as the epicenter of good tailoring. Ozwald Boateng, fashion designer extraordinaire, is now embarking on a quest to take over America’s streets with his Bespoke Couture line.
    24-Jun-2006 - Details

    64.

    Bringing high fashion down to earth
    Having been in business since 1992, Le performs custom tailoring and alterations. She manages the heaviest to most delicate materials — zippers included. In addition, Le Fashion carries an assortment of formal dresses, bridesmaid dresses and wedding gowns.
    25-Aug-2006 - Details

    65.

    Fashion Designer Vicki Taylor of Taylor
    Armed with a prestigious fashion degree, heavy-weight experience and industry respect for being the design mastermind behind Suzanne Gregory’s 700% increase in turnover in just 4 years – Vicki Taylor fearlessly walked away from the security of a regular paycheck.
    13-Sep-2006 - Details

    66.

    4 Designers You Should Know
    While fashion will always have its staple designers like the Pradas and D&Gs of the style world, new designers will always be trying to leave their own influential mark on the industry. To keep you up-to-date on who you should be wearing this year, here are four designers whose creations are getting noticed, and whose talents will have them climbing the Alexander McQueen-saturated fashion ranks in no time.
    20-Sep-2006 - Details

    67.

    Missoni, A Family Business
    Rosita and Tai Missoni are perhaps fashion’s most famous mom and pop.

    The business they started in 1953 became an international success, but the appeal of the label rested on not only the multi-coloured, multi-patterned knits that became instantly recognizable but also on the charm of the couple: her, a strong, familial force, and him, athletic and outgoing.
    10-Dec-2006 - Details

    68.

    Ukrainian Fashion Designer Oksana Mukha show at New York's Champagne Fashion Brunch
    One of Eastern Europe's leading fashion designers, Oksana Mukha, presented her latest creations on Sunday, November 19, 2006 as part of the Champagne Fashion Brunch series. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. for a delightful afternoon of champagne, gourmet Tuscan delicacies and beautiful fashions. The event will be held at La Prima Donna Restaurant, located at 163 West 47th Street - a stone's throw from Times Square - in New York City. The show is a prelude to Couture Fashion Week in February 2007.
    19-Dec-2006 - Details

    69.

    Designer Derek Lam makes clothes wearable
    Fashion designer Derek Lam can shed his "up-and-comer" label.

    He starts the year with a new deal as Tod's creative director and a collection from his signature line that was almost universally praised when it was previewed for editors, retailers and stylists.

    One of the biggest compliments? His clothes were called "wearable."
    08-Jan-2007 - Details

    70.

    Iranian-born designer poised for Fashion Week debut
    Over the course of eight days, thousands of fashion industry insiders and outsiders will flock to Bryant Park and other Manhattan venues to check out the fall 2007 collections of more than 100 emerging and established designers.
    30-Jan-2007 - Details

    71.

    Fashion Design Career
    Clothes and accessories have been an integral part of human beings since the beginning of civilization. People have been fascinated with changing designs and styles of clothes and have shown interest in following the latest fashion and trends that prevail. A career in fashion design can be rewarding and stimulating, to those with a creative streak and love for fashion.
    05-Feb-2007 - Details

    72.

    Indian-born designer charged in more US sex crimes
    An Indian-born fashion designer accused of rape was on Monday hit with a further 13 criminal charges for a range of sex offenses involving four more women, authorities in Los Angeles said.
    20-Mar-2007 - Details

    73.

    Fashion favors designers French inspiration
    Before it was fashionable to hang out in Hollywood, Rick Owens and his French-born partner and muse, Michele Lamy, had us clamoring to get into Les Deux Cafes, a piece of Provence in a Hollywood Boulevard parking lot where on any given night you might find Madonna, Rod Stewart or Lenny Kravitz dining and drinking at a leafy garden table.
    26-Mar-2007 - Details

    74.

    The Met remembers Paul Poiret, forgotten king of fashion
    Paul Poiret was a pioneer in modern fashion, doing away with the corset and embracing the notion of personal style. He was among the first to use draping in dressmaking and he had no problem putting pants on women.

    So, how come so few people have heard of him?
    14-May-2007 - Details

    75.

    As top designers age and die, fashion industry will acquire a new look
    The recent deaths of fashion icons Liz Claiborne and Gianfranco Ferre have drawn attention to the reality that many of the most famous and influential designers in the world are in the sunset of their lives.
    16-Jul-2007 - Details

    76.

    Paul Poiret Bucked, Pioneered Fashion Trends
    Paul Poiret couldn't sew, but he called himself the "King of Fashion."

    Poiret, who died in 1944, is largely credited for freeing women from corsets and introducing them to pantaloons.

    For the first time in more than 30 years, a major exhibition at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrates Poiret's life and work.
    23-Jul-2007 - Details

    77.

    Replacing Valentino
    Valentino Garavani, 75, the Roman couturier who has dressed some of the most famous women in the world, including Jacqueline Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor and Cate Blanchett, will retire in January after his haute couture show in Paris. Alessandra Facchinetti, a former designer of Gucci, will replace the legendary couturier as creative director of the Valentino women's collections, it was announced Wednesday by the London-based private equity fund, Permira, which owns a controlling stake in Valentino Fashion Group SpA.
    10-Sep-2007 - Details

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