So, as a guy who's, you know, sort of into this whole fashion thing, I felt mildly compelled to immediately denounce the much-talked-about Wall Street Journalarticle that laboriously mourns the fact that dudes do not dress up for dinner anymore. If you haven't read it, you might want to jaunt...

Indulged by Daniel Haim | Published on July 26, 2011 Last night movers & shakers of the worlds of sports, entertainment and fashion gathered downtown at Cipriani Wall Street to celebrate the Manchester United soccer team's runway debut. Sporting new timepieces from the Hublot 2011...

Reuters From the Runways, Five Easy Pieces for Fall Wall Street Journal Fashion editors have been grumbling that this New York Fashion Week hasn't been exciting. Designers aren't taking a lot of risks with new looks this season. There are no crazy wide shoulders or stilt shoes on the runways,...

uk Chloé Replaces Its Designer Wall Street Journal PARIS—French fashion house Chloé replaced its designer Monday, the latest ínstance of increased impatience for designers to make a strong impact early in their tenure. Chloé, part of luxury-goods giant Cie. ... Creative director MacGibbon...

is planning to build convenience stores and develop curbside pickup locations for food shoppers in its latest move to expand into groceries, The Wall Street Journal reported. Amazon's stores will sell perishable goods including milk and meats, the newspaper said, citing unnamed sources....

Great article from Christina Binkley of the Wall Street Journal today on what she calls "the elegant and luxurious" Milan shows with a quote from me about bags. What were your favorite bags from the Milan runways? I'm ga ga for Gucci this season! Gucci went complete luxe with the re-vamped...

D&G: On the Lookout for Chinese Designers Wall Street Journal (blog) A model presents a dress made on-the-spot by Italian fashion giants Domenico Dolce (far left) and Stefano Gabbana (far right) based on the design of Wei Tengfei (second from right) at an event held at the Central Academy of...

Christian Science Monitor (blog) How Can Jeans Cost $300? Wall Street Journal The answer can be found here in Los Angeles, in the global capital of so-called premium denim—one of the few areas of fashion that remains largely American-made. An industrial zone here near the city's center is home...

But when you're talking about Occupy Wall Street (and all its international equivalents), a movement that's kinda against consumerism, it becomes sort of ridiculous when companies start trying to target that demographic. Isn't the 99% hard up? (Yes, we are.) But that hasn't stopped the...

Consider this the first attempt of the fashion industry to comment on Occupy Wall Street that you can actually feel good about. Vice Magazine took a couple of male models down to New York's Zuccoti Park, dressed them up like stockbrokers and had do awful things only really mean members of the...

 

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