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Week In Fashion: Dior Confirms Maria Grazia Chiuri as Next Couturier

Week In Fashion

July 8

Designer and Luxury

Dior Confirms Maria Grazia Chiuri as Next Couturier

With Chiuri's move to Dior, Pierpaolo Piccioli becomes sole creative director of the Rome-based Valentino.

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Designer and Luxury

Valentino Confirms Maria Grazia Chiuri's Exit, Appoints Pierpaolo Piccioli Creative Director

The Roman house said that Chiuri is "to pursue a new professional experience," which sources say is to join Dior as its seventh couturier.

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Designer and Luxury

New York Fashion Week: Men’s Designer Inspirations

As the final leg of the men’s collections season approaches, New York designers offer insight into their creative processes, drawing from pool culture, palm prints, old Havana and more.

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Fashion Scoops

Metropolitan Museum of Art Extends Run for 'Manus x Machina' Through Labor Day

In its first nine weeks, 'Manus x Machina' has attracted 350,000 visitors at The Met.

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Film and TV

Meet the Man Behind the Pitti Peacocks Mockumentary

Aaron Christian talks about how he came up with the idea, what he thinks of the men’s street style scene and if he’s received any negative feedback.

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Fashion Scoops

Selfridges Launches Shakespeare-Inspired Events

Fashion Scoops

Christopher Kane Unveils First Limited-Edition Object Online

Footwear

Louis Vuitton Shoe Guru Sets Independent Signature Line

Fashion

The Models of New York Fashion Week: Men’s

Fashion

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