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Week In Fashion: Angela Missoni Marks 20th Anniversary

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September 22

Designer and Luxury

Angela Missoni Marks 20th Anniversary

The Italian designer first took her bow on the catwalk for the family-owned fashion company in October 1997.

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Business Features

Exclusive: Bottega Veneta’s CEO Maps Out Strategies

In his first interview since joining the Italian luxury brand last year, Claus-Dietrich Lahrs has been setting the foundations for future growth expressing his confidence that Bottega Veneta "is up for another nice ride."

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Gucci's Spring 2018 Show Was All About Storytelling

For his spring collection, Alessandro Michele showed — we're not sure. We couldn't see it through the low-light fog and flashing lights. It was probably cool.

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Moschino's Spring 2018 Show Was Full of Characters

Bikers. Ballerinas. My Little Pony. Gigi Hadid as a human bouquet. Moschino was full of characters.

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Fashion Trends

The Biggest Spring 2018 Fashion Trends From the Runways

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Tommy Hilfiger Closes Out London Fashion Week With Rock Circus

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Versace Said Eyeing Kim Jones

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Emporio Armani's Iridescent Spring 2018 Show

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Exclusive: Dior to Hold First U.S. Retrospective

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