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September 12, 2010 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Fashion designers began showing their collections of clothes for next spring and summer on Thursday, and the big question is how Phoebe Philo's influential fall collection for Celine, which put minimalism back in fashion's vocabulary, will reverberate now. The answer so far is more about ease of dressing and feel-good clothes than uniform-like simplicity. The setting was New York Fashion Week, which continues for the next several days and will be followed by designer showings in other major fashion hubs (such as Milan and Paris)
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September 12, 2010 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Fashion designers began showing their collections of clothes for next spring and summer on Thursday, and the big question is how Phoebe Philo's influential fall collection for Celine, which put minimalism back in fashion's vocabulary, will reverberate now. The answer so far is more about ease of dressing and feel-good clothes than uniform-like simplicity. The setting was New York Fashion Week, which continues for the next several days and will be followed by designer showings in other major fashion hubs (such as Milan and Paris)
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June 14, 2009 | Melissa Magsaysay
Khaki has a few less-than-fashionable connotations -- those frumpy, pleat-front slacks that always seem to have a cellphone holder clipped to the waistband, for instance. But the staid staple is about to get a lot more stylish with the Gap Design Editions collection created by Alexander Wang, Albertus Swanepoel, Lisa Maycock and Sophie Buhai of Vena Cava. For each of Gap's Design Editions -- this is the third -- the winners of the CFDA /Vogue Fashion Fund competition reinterprets a Gap classic.
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June 22, 2013 | By Ellen Olivier
At the inaugural gala on Thursday for the L.A. Dance Project, more than 150 dance supporters joined founding director Benjamin Millepied and his wife, actress Natalie Portman, at the Bel-Air home of Sutton and Christian Stracke. Sutton and Catharine Soros co-chaired the affair; Portman served as the gala's honorary chairwoman. Optimism for L.A. Dance Project's future pervaded the crowd, as guests expressed their enthusiasm for both contemporary and classical dance. Never mind that Millepied will be moving to Paris to become director of dance for the Paris Opera Ballet beginning in 2014.
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February 6, 2006 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
THE first weekend of Fashion Week is traditionally relaxed. It's a chance for lesser-known designers to get their feet wet, and many of the shows are small affairs, held in downtown galleries and loft spaces, instead of under the tents at Bryant Park. Top editors don't always turn out and neither do the crowds. But even damp weather couldn't stop the frenzy from building as soon as the fall season started here on Friday. Kenneth Cole had everyone up at the ungodly hour of 9 a.m.
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March 4, 2007 | Jade Chang, Jade Chang is the West Coast editor for Metropolis magazine.
The fashion world has plenty of dynamic male duos: Dolce & Gabbana, Viktor & Rolf, Proenza Schouler. Pairs of females, though, have been in short supply. Until now. Here we present four fashion sets: a pair of onetime models, a pair of former editors, a pair of hard-working stylists and a pair of recent design school graduates. The members of each team design in tandem, building on each other's ideas and adding a quirky array of influences.
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