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December 10, 2012 | By Susan Denley
Designing costumes for Shania Twain's gig at Caesars Palace in Vegas took designer Marc Bouwer six months in development plus three weeks of on-site finishing touches. Most of the clothes were inspired by ensembles the star has worn in music videos. One of the challenges: designing a formal gown that horses (part of the show) wouldn't step on. [WWD] Southern California band No Doubt has teamed with Fred Perry on a limited edition collection of clothes for men and women influenced by the band's ska roots that's expected to hit retail in January.
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May 20, 2013 | By Susan Denley
Taylor Swift rocked a sparkly blue mini dress by Muhair Zurad, with cutouts across her shoulder blades, when she accepted eight awards, including artist of the year, at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Sunday. She also wore Jimmy Choo "Suki" platform sandals, according to a news release. PHOTOS: Billboard Music Awards arrivals Giant European retailer H&M has signed a pledge to improve worker conditions in Bangladesh, even though it has not been linked to the factory collapse in that country in April.
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June 7, 2013 | By Susan Denley
Sarah Jessica Parker, who brought the shoe-loving Carrie Bradshaw to life on "Sex and the City," is reverting to type: She is launching a shoe collection in collaboration with George Malkemus, longtime head of Manolo Blahnik. “In a silly way, I think it's what people have expected of me," Parker, who also recently traveled to the Philippines for a Shoe Mart opening, told Vogue. Parker's new line is to go on sale, exclusively at Nordstrom, early next year. [Vogue] Hollywood legend Esther Williams, who died Thursday , was a swimming star, but also a style icon, reports fashion critic Booth Moore, and she had a lot to do with popularizing the swimsuits made by Cole of California.
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November 29, 1999 | VALLI HERMAN-COHEN, TIMES SENIOR FASHION WRITER
If you try to buy the latest Abercrombie & Fitch quarterly catalog this week, be prepared to show a photo ID. Clerks at the chain's 230 stores began carding purchasers of the A&F Quarterly last week to ensure that the hybrid magazine-catalog is not sold to minors. The retailer acted in response to a letter from Michigan Attorney General Jennifer Granholm ordering the retailer to stop selling its "Naughty or Nice" Christmas "magalog" to minors because it contains sexual material.
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