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Kanye West won't show during Paris Fashion Week

September 24, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • Kanye West attends a fashion show with girlfriend Kim Kardashian earlier during New York Fashion Week.
Kanye West attends a fashion show with girlfriend Kim Kardashian earlier… (Michael Loccisano/Getty…)

Music star and fashion design aspirant Kanye West reportedly will not show a collection during Paris Fashion Week because his last two offerings were not well-received by critics. [WWD]

When Allison Williams of HBO's "Girls" strolled the Emmy's red carpet in an emerald Oscar de la Renta on Sunday, it was the culmination of a year of preparation, with stylist Christina Ehrlich, for her big-time fashion debut. [WWD]

Sophia Vergara wore a slinky Zuhair Murad dress on the Emmys' red carpet, but she suffered a wardrobe malfunction when the zipper burst, leaving more of her backside exposed than expected. Fortunately, it happened sometime after the red carpet and before "Modern Family" won for best comedy, and she was able to get the dress fixed in between. [People]

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The Emmys offered up plenty of great fashion and star power, but so did pre-Emmy events, such as the BAFTA L.A. tea party on Saturday and Variety and Women in Film Emmy event on Friday. [Society News LA]

Milan Fashion Week continued over the weekend, marked by a high-energy performance at Versus by Beth Ditto that matched designer Christopher Kane's design aesthetic in the colorful, clubby clothes he showed. [WWD]

Actress Rose McGowan and Cameron Silver of L.A.'s renowned Decades boutique both attended the Etro show. [WWD]

The late Italian fashion journalist Anna Piaggi, who died in August, was remembered during a memorial in Milan where Franca Sozzani, Manolo Blahnick, Carla Fendi and Stephen Jones were among the speakers. [WWD]

Last week, we offered a sneak peek at the capsule collection Narciso Rodriguez has designed for Kohl's debut of itsĀ  DesigNation series (which hits stores Nov. 7). Now word is out that Derek Lam is on board to do a collection next spring inspired by Rio de Janerio. [Fashionista]

Gilte Group plans to close its upscale Park & Bond website or men early next year. [WWD] (Subscription required.)


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