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Week In Fashion: Vetements to Stage Its Own Take on Couture

Week In Fashion

May 27

Fashion Scoops

Vetements to Stage Its Own Take on Couture

The brand has been recently invited as a guest member to the couture calendar in Paris.

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Designer and Luxury

Tod's Della Valle, Moncler's Ruffini Foresee Fashion Upheaval

The two executives warned that a new order in the fashion system is bound to emerge within the next few years.

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Fashion Scoops

London's Science Museum Hosts 'Couture in Orbit' Fashion Show

The museum worked with fashion students who created outfits inspired by space flight.

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Fashion Scoops

Giorgio Armani Celebrates Si Le Parfum and Si Women's Circle in London

Brand ambassador Cate Blanchett hosted the party for the house's latest fragrance.

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Fashion Scoops

Bay Garnett, Kira Jolliffe Launch Fanpages at Dover Street Market

The duo tapped a variety of friends and the 60-odd list reads like a Who’s Who of style, including Erdem, Katie Grand, Stella Tennant and Bella Freud.

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Fashion Features

Edmundo Castillo Talks Life, Career at Cooper Hewitt

Fashion Scoops

Artist Daniel Buren Gives Fondation Louis Vuitton a Touch of Color

Fashion Scoops

Eric Buterbaugh Florals Fetes Saks Fifth Avenue Launch at L.A. Dinner

Fashion Scoops

Facetasm, Off-White, Sean Suen Added to Paris Men’s Calendar

Fashion Scoops

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