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August 15, 2004 | VICTORIA NAMKUNG
What could be more chic for 2004 than a Dior dress straight off the runway? Try a silk taffeta Dior designed by Yves Saint Laurent, circa 1959. The term "vintage" once summoned images of rummaging through secondhand stores that smelled of patchouli oil. Today's iteration of vintage is highly collectible, with sky-high price tags to match.
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March 2, 2008 | Melissa Magsaysay, Times Staff Writer
YES, the party was in Patrick McMullan's honor. But that didn't stop him from working it. McMullan -- a kind of anti-paparazzo, the man celebrities actually ask to take their picture -- was celebrating the publication of his latest book, "Glamour Girls," a glossy homage to the women he has snapped over the last two decades.
NEWS
August 14, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Lilly Pulitzer, the Palm Beach queen of pink and green who died in April at 81, is the subject of a fashion exhibition open through Sept. 29 at the Palos Verdes Art Center . "Loving Lilly: Lilly Pulitzer From the Keni Valenti Collection" is a tribute to the socialite and fashion icon, whose whimsical printed shift dresses areĀ  American classics. The retrospective includes 150 items culled from the collection of Miami-based vintage clothing collector Keni Valenti , who collects Lilly alongside Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Halston and the other greats.
NEWS
October 25, 1985 | BETTIJANE LEVINE, Times Fashion Editor
The first French fashion Oscars were awarded here Wednesday night, in a live-for-television show that took place at the Paris Opera House. It was an event from which Hollywood could take lessons. Mannequins flanked the wide flight of pale marble stairs in the lobby, all of them wearing gowns in shades of red designed by top French designers. These were not simple little dinner dresses but elaborate silk, satin and lace ball gowns, the kind nobility wore nightly before the revolution.
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March 25, 2012 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Fashion exhibitions at museums, like the "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" show that set attendance records at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2011, are more popular than ever. Here is a selection of what's on now and what's coming soon, in the U.S. and abroad. Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland | Dedicated to the style and passion of the late fashion icon, editor, traveler and Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute curator. Vreeland also worked as a special consultant to the museum from 1972 to the time of her death in 1989, setting the international standard for costume exhibitions.
BUSINESS
May 11, 2012 | By Tiffany Hsu
Louboutin red isn't just for the soles of sky-high stillettos anymore. Shoe designer Christian Louboutin is branching out into beauty. His luxury French company is pairing with Batallure Beauty, which helps develop brands such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Macy's, Marchesa and Sephora, to launch the Christian Louboutin Beaute line in late 2013. Sephora, a cosmetics and fragrance retailer, happens to stock perfumes from another well-known shoe titan: Jimmy Choo. Louboutin, who founded his company in Paris in 1991, has never ventured into cosmetics before.
NEWS
March 24, 1988 | BETTIJANE LEVINE, Times Fashion Editor
An emotional Yves Saint Laurent hugged well-wishers Wednesday after a show that brought the audience to its feet in cheers. The designer, who has had some problems with his Rive Gauche ready-to-wear in recent years, is apparently getting back in stride. And in a season when timeless clothes are making a comeback, his perfectionist approach to classics was doubly well received.
NEWS
July 30, 1987 | PAT McCOLL
Yves Saint Laurent triumphed on his own terms in the fall couture collection he presented here Wednesday. For almost 30 years, from his brief reign at Christian Dior--after Dior died in 1957--to the opening of his own house in 1963, the 51-year-old designer has been considered fashion's king. This season, with Christian Lacroix's entry into couture, Saint Laurent has seen the first serious challenge for his crown. Ironically, the man who has done the most to keep Saint Laurent No. 1, John B.
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July 27, 1990 | PATRICIA McCOLL
He's being called Yves Saint Laurent's protege. Robert Merloz, 24, caught the eye of the fashion press last winter with his first collection of furs for Saint Laurent. Now the Paris-born designer says of the attention it brought him: "I'm shy. I can't hide it. It's overwhelming." Merloz, an assistant to Saint Laurent for almost three years, made his debut for the house with the 114-piece collection.
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