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    Esteban Cortazar Fashion Show
    Esteban Cortazar has some truly beautiful gowns in the collection and the models looked mesmeric compared to the models in most of the shows. It visually exciting to see models walking on a walkway covered in hay in high heels and long gowns
    15-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Anne Bowen Fashion Show
    Anne Bowen had plenty of short skirts, lace see through skirts and slit skirts displaying plenty of leg
    15-Feb-2005 - Details

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    Fashion Week Highs and Lows
    It's one thing to love fashion. Quite another to love all of the nonsense that sometimes surrounds the fashion shows.Contrary to popular belief, many of the working people at the tent
    04-Mar-2005 - Details

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    How to get invited to a New York Fashion Show
    We all know that with hard deceptive work and a good dose of moxie it's possible to get over on the world, at least temporarily. The March 1st 1998 Sunday New York Times The City section article "No Invitation? No Problem!" reveals a whole industry
    04-Mar-2005 - Details

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    New York signals the return of the high waist
    Volume is emerging as the new buzzword for fashion as design heavyweights - Marc Jacobs, Betsey Johnson and Oscar de la Renta among them - play with proportion.Trapeze-shape dresses and coats and silhouettes of high waists, full below-the-knee skirts and metallic beading are among next season’s trends if New York
    06-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Fresh looks at finish line
    Lauren's line was inspired by vintage race cars, which he collects. The clean, curvy lines of classic roadsters were echoed in his slim skirts
    11-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Fall forecast: Surreal season
    Think Edwardian jackets, blousy baby doll silhouettes, velvet knickers, metallic puffed skirts and skirts shaped like pods.Reflecting a new proportion and shape, the fall clothes on the runways during New York Fashion Week seemed at times a bit surreal
    14-Mar-2005 - Details

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    Marc Jacobs essays a new silhouette
    An adoring public can be a fickle thing, as golden boys from Tony Blair to David Beckham have discovered. Marc Jacobs, the fashion industry's favourite designer, learned this lesson at New York fashion week this week.
    17-Apr-2005 - Details

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    Fashion Week 2006: Designers Showcase Fall Lines
    Diane von Furstenberg brought the working girl to the tents in her first show outside her intimate design showroom. What's a DVF show without her classic wrap dresses, presented in a wide array of prints– animal, shine, silks, sheers, and sparkle
    09-Feb-2006 - Details

    10.

    Wearable clothes take stage at Fashion Week
    Working women rejoice: You’ll actually have stylish-yet-appropriate clothes to wear next fall.
    09-Feb-2006 - Details

    11.

    Fall in NY
    Trends can be interpreted in different ways. Bows have been big at New York Fashion Week, which continues fall previews through Friday, but one designer puts it around the neck, another
    10-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Film influence reigns at Fashion Week
    Designers used literal and loose interpretations of film and art on the runways Thursday at New York Fashion Week
    10-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Empire-line strikes back for autumn
    Celebrity "bumps" have made an entrance at New York Fashion Week, along with the loose-fitting, empire-line smocks that are emerging as a key fashion shape.
    10-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Fashion week has its grand finale
    Fashion shows are all about timing — hitting the right notes before the right audience and then building to a crescendo
    11-Feb-2006 - Details

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    The new fashion hipster is a country gentleman
    As the New York fall fashion week sputtered to life Friday, a handful of menswear designers - who traditionally open the eight days of round-the-clock runway shows, launches, showcases and parties - showed looks long on testosterone
    11-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Fashions New Trends in A New York Minute
    Contrary to what the band They Might Be Giants sweetly depicts in their song, appropriately entitled "New York City," actually the best thing about New York City is Fashion Week which began on Feb. 3 and wraps up on the Feb. 10.
    11-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Glamour without glitz
    The point was highlighted during the recent eight days of designer shows in New York. The event, known as Olympus Fashion Week, became history last Friday night with the launch of Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld’s New York collection in a downtown ballet studio.
    16-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Wrapping up New York s fashion week
    As the realities of war, high fuel prices, economic uncertainty, and catastrophic weather color our collective psyche, our moods are darkening, it seems
    16-Feb-2006 - Details

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    Designers spring for some sweet surprises
    At the always-glamorous Oscar de la Renta show Monday, strapless gowns and cocktail dresses were presented in front of a fur and diamond-wearing crowd.
    17-Feb-2006 - Details

    20.

    A young designer takes on New York Fashion Week
    The designer takes a bow.
    Jennifer Snow
    "That's it! We'll walk her in that!" fashion designer Lewis Albert says when he sees the blank-faced teenage model standing before him, resplendent in a turquoise sheath with white pleating at the hem.
    17-Feb-2006 - Details

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