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The biggest bonus or boon of franchise ownership is the name recognition that you are purchasing along with the education and training that most franchises offer as part and parcel of the commitment on your behalf as well as the hefty franchising fees. Truthfully speaking though, there is much more than just a name that you get when buying into a coffee franchise, or any other for that matter.

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Another thing you want to pay close attention to when selecting a coffee franchise for your investment needs is the possibility for growth. Is there a lot of competition in your area? Is there the potential for growth and expansion in your area? Are you interested in or willing to have multiple coffee franchise stores in different cities? If you are interested in this sort of expansion does the franchise you are considering allow it? Remember that all franchises have different philosophies, requirements, and restrictions. This is the sort of small print you need to flesh out during the courtship phase rather than discovering once the marriage has been made.

You should also keep in mind that a coffee franchise doesn't necessarily mean that it only deals with coffee. There are plenty of coffee franchises that offer so much more than a simple cup of coffee in the morning. There are coffee franchise stores that offer full deli services for breakfast and lunch, those that are also bakeries, and those that serve coffee, tea, and smoothies. Truth be told, there are all kinds of grand ideas that work well with a coffee franchise and many of them have been thought of already. This means that franchise opportunities are generally available for many of these new and wonderful ideas. All of these things are part and parcel when building a coffee franchise.




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 ?The final fashion week at Bryant Park could be a record-breaking seven days, Ruth Finley, founder of The Fashion Calendar, told WWD. Finley predicts that...?Click here to leave a comment.HuffPost High School welcomes a lively, thoughtful debate in the comment section. Keep in mind that the articles here are penned by young authors, so please keep criticism respectful, and help us to keep this a safe and supportive place for writers of all ages to contribute.?Former New York Times Style editor Holly Brubach took a look inside designer Alexander Wang's TriBeCa loft, incidentally where she used to live, . The oft-referenced residence and it took eight months for 26-year-old Wang to properly redecorate upon Brubach's departure. Brubach describes :"Welcome to your apartment!" Wang greeted me, as if I were just returning from a long vacation and he had redecorated in my absence. In fact, I had sold him my loft eight months before. Standing in the place where my pantry used to be, I took in the scene: white walls, black velvet couch, black Karl Springer coffee table, black crocodile dining chairs, black Serge Mouille floor lamps, a pair of chairs covered in black goat fur, zebra rugs, a black fox throw. An entire black menagerie seemed to have given their lives for the privilege of a place in the home of New York's hottest downtown fashion designer. "Well," Wang corrected himself, "my apartment." And Wang discussed what he wanted from his new home: "Having lived in New York, where you're always out and your friends are always out because no one has enough space to entertain, I imagined an apartment where I could have my friends over and on the weekend not have to leave because I feel claustrophobic. Where I would learn how to cook or do crafts projects."Take a look at Wang's digs and scroll down to check out a short video on another new addition in the cool boy's life -- his SoHo store, which opened in February. .WATCH: ?At 25 years old, Alexander Wang is already a fashion designer wise beyond his years. Although he started out five years ago clothing size two models, Wang has broadened his base to a wider and perhaps more mature range of customers in search of his type of "urban cool," the New York Times ."His clothes just hit the edges of what's acceptable. They appeal to that part of you that wishes you were a skinny hipster," said Sally Singer, Vogue's fashion features director, who called Wang's style "humorously slutty."Wang, however, has remained hardnosed amidst the success of his collections, overseeing all aspects of his business. He works with his mother; his sister-in-law, an accountant; and his brother, well-versed in international business. Wang told the Times:"Fashion in some people's eyes is very untouchable and super-indulgent. For me, it's just clothes to be worn. And at the end of the day, the point is to sell the product."He's also remained humble, remarking, "I am not reinventing the wheel. I'm not an artiste," and also mused that it's weird to see his name on his clothes. He had this anecdote to share about about his childhood fashion inspiration:Once, thumbing through a dog-eared copy of Harper's Bazaar that he had taken from a hair salon, Alexander, then 8, encountered an image that is still etched on his retina. "It was a model in a pinstripe Tom Ford suit for Gucci," he recalled. Even as a schoolboy, he was savvy enough to recognize the model as Georgina Grenville and the photographer as Patrick Demarchelier. "I carried that picture with me everywhere," he said.Get HuffPost Style on and ! ?The Alexander Wang Lawsuit train is still chugging along. Women's Wear Daily reports that the case, which alleges that Wang employees were forced to endure long hours in poor conditions and fired after requesting workers compensation, was last Friday.And as the ante is upped, Wang has hit back, further refuting the charges made against his company. :"The claims regarding sweatshop conditions are completely untrue...In reality, this case was filed by an individual who was let go by the company as a result of serious harassment issues. We stand by our decision to promote a safe workplace environment for all employees regardless of false claims that may be waged against us in retaliation."That individual is Wenyu Lu, in Queens Supreme Court several weeks ago. But the notion that Lu was simply angry over his dismissal doesn't entirely cover Wang's tracks. were included in the initial suit.Additionally, after it was filed, , alleging that she was forced to work 90 hours a week in Wang's factory and both she and Lu were fired after filing for worker's comp due to work-sustained injuries.Now, , the plaintiffs have asked Federal Judge Harold Baer to consider the case a class-action suit. and stay tuned -- Wang's company has less than three weeks to make an official response.See Alexander Wang's Fall 2012 show: ?The New York Observer:Hot on the suede wedge heels of his CFDA Swarovski Accessories Designer of the Year win, sartorial supernova Alexander Wang has added another trophy to his repertoire--though this one has shelves rather than the need for one. According to city records, the dynamic designer known for his downtown, "model-off-duty" aesthetic, bought a $2 million Tribeca one-bedroom from former New York Times Style editor Holly Brubach. ?NEW YORK — There they were: Gisele Bundchen, Shalom Harlow and Karolina Kurkova, along with Alexander Wang's slick, glossy fall collection, all on the catwalk Saturday evening at New York Fashion Week.Wang assembled a most impressive group of top models for a test spin of his newest looks boasting leather, shine and chiffon in black, oxblood red and an optic white he called "peroxide."Wang's runway always has a good turnout of big names, but most of these top models don't work the seasonal previews anymore. He gave them a grand stage with a complicated layout of mirrors and narrow pathways.The clothes, however, were more straightforward than Wang has offered recently. The downtown vibe he embraces often limits his appeal to the cool-girl, downtown model types. This time, the military-inspired trenchcoats (including one worn by Bundchen), wool sweaters and tweed jackets – waxed and with vinyl visors for effect – potentially work for anyone who needs an outfit for a dressy event or even for the office. That's not to say the looks were dowdy or boring; in fact, they showed that Wang is maturing into a more sophisticated designer.Model Liya Kebede didn't walk the show, but she sat in the front row. She said she enjoys the view from there. "I really enjoying seeing the full collection. I love to see the designer's real vision. Back there, you see bits and pieces," she said.Still, she had her Wang on, including her shirt and shoes. "I like that it's hip and young."Wang came out with his usual bouncy step and big smile for his bow.In his notes, he said, "Big hugs to my family and everyone else who has made this dream come true."___?The public was taken aback when the claiming their clothing lines for QVC and other outlets utilized sweatshop laborers overseas. But now, a fashion designer's employees are claiming that he violated labor conditions right here in New York City.The New York Post reports that , claiming that conditions in Wang's Chinatown factory are reprehensible and dangerous. The workers say they were forced to work for Wang and his brother for 16 hours or more per day without overtime pay in a windowless 200 square foot office. One employee alleges he was fired on February 16 after filing a worker's comp claim after he was Wang -- who just to walk his New York Fashion Week show -- has made a name for himself with his line of laid-back, casual sportswear.We've reached out to Alexander Wang's office for comment and will update when we hear back. In the meantime, and see the looks from Wang's Fall 2012 show below.UPDATE: , as a company rep told Women's Wear Daily, "The company takes its obligations to comply with the law very seriously, including the relevant wage and hour regulations, the payment of overtime to eligible employees and having a safe working environment for all of our employees. We will vehemently defend any allegations to the contrary. Related on HuffPost:See Alexander Wang's Fall 2012 show: ?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?Alexander Wang does not run a sweatshop. period. He has an in-house sample room in his studio that makes runway and sales samples ONLY, which are not even sold. Practically EVERY single highend designer in NY has an in-house sample room for the same purpose. Do they work extremely long hours leading up to a runway show? Absolutely. So do ALL salaried design team employees before a runway show, who aren't even paid overtime. But to imply that these are throwback "sweatshops" is slanderous and completely misleading. Notice when the story was first reported, 30 employees were supposedly filing a class-action suit. Now it comes out only 1 other employee has joined suit, so clearly there was no class-action suit to begin with, only one plaintiff with an aggressive lawyer trying to blow the situation out of proportion. For years people have criticized wang for producing his clothes overseas. Yet those same people suddenly think that he's been producing them in chinatown this entire time? It doesn't even make sense.I've seen disguisting sample rooms in the garment district, but what wang runs is anything but. Go online and look at images of his studio or watch the documentaries on him which even show his sample room. His entire studio is a classy, first-rate operation. The sample room is huge, spacious, and open-plan. If you really think his sewers have been working in a sweatshop this entire time, then all of his employees have.?All you Wang fans can breathe easy: the contentious back in March .Women's Wear Daily reports that the plaintiffs, lead by former employees Wenyu Lu and Flor Duante, two weeks ago for undisclosed terms. back in March, claiming that Wang was running a sweatshop-like factory at his New York office. There were claims of 16-hour work days without overtime pay, a windowless office and work-sustained injuries -- all of which Alexander Wang's camp vehemently denied. Duante and Lu also both claimed that they were fired after filing for worker's comp due to work-related injuries.Even after to the suit and , the company continued to contest the veracity of the charges. , "The claims regarding sweatshop conditions are completely untrue... We stand by our decision to promote a safe workplace environment for all employees regardless of false claims that may be waged against us in retaliation." The company can now feel vindicated with the case dismissed. The sides not only settled but also , reports WWD.You can now return to enjoying those expensive slouchy tees and soft-as-butter tanks you love so much. For more deets, .Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on , , and .?My wife and I are both presently involved in a separate lawsuit against the Wangs. We lived in San Francisco in a building owned by the Wang family trust from March '08 -Dec '10. The same building Alexander began his business from years ago. His brother Dennis was our absentee landlord and we had issues with his inattention to a number of problems at the basement apartment. Whenever we had a problem such as plumbing, washer/dryer failure and a host of others basic service issues we never had any help in regard to repairs. We paid our rent on time and were good tenants but were subject to tirades from Dennis if we ever brought up problems with the apartment. We were forced to move and threatened with utility shut down if we did not voluntarily leave within the three week notice. We moved out just to avoid the stress and never got our sizable security deposit back. We were forced to seek legal counsel and the matter is still in dispute. They were the worst landlords my wife and I have had in the 20+ years of apartment dwelling. We sympathize with the plaintiffs because we know the type of people they are dealing with and just how irresponsible and antagonistic they are. I wish the plaintiffs luck in their case v. the Wangs. You would think that with all the success they have had in their business they might treat employees and tenants a little better.?Designer Alexander Wang has decided to do it up this year, broadcasting his show on the American Eagle LED screen on 46th and Broadway in Times Square, ."This is a New York brand, and so much of our inspiration is from here," Wang said. "I wanted to bring it to the people of New York and make it a part of the landscape."The show will be projected at 6 p.m. on Saturday. It will also be streamed live on one hour earlier, at 5 p.m.For more Fashion Week news, visit . ?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpdedrOwQXI3XX%2B5yNRDO7ET5XeB1iGgJt5ECdU5oFZYECIvEVkntrWRHbW3IytrNEqR%2Be7l59kfXhWQWiN%2FITTFFQlMQKyUnGNNJFVuJK9md8bFFGNHeB%2FhnY5%2B3%2B4IJ6%2BJocFQHUE6%2F?NEW YORK, N.Y. - The audience at Alexander Wang is trained to know the best is coming last.The mostly inventive black-and-white, pieced-leather looks, many seemingly held together by fishing wire, that filled the first part of Saturday's show at New York Fashion Week would have held Wang's place as one of the princes of cool. There were sporty parkas, tops inspired by hockey jerseys and even some more refined halter dresses.Wang could have called it a collection and be done with it.However, the final parade of nine models all wearing a cream colour had their embroidered tank tops, pencil skirts, crewneck dresses and Bermuda shorts turn into glow-in-the-dark lightsticks when they assumed a final pose on the runway and the lights went out.Wang also created a stir by having model Liberty Ross the wife of the director who Kristen Stewart had an affair with walk the runway, along with the likes of Erin Wasson. Jennifer Aniston fiance actor Justin Theroux sat in the front row along with rapper A$AP Rocky.In his notes, Wang said his spring collection aimed for "a linear quality" without too much sharpness."The juxtaposition of tension and suspension are captured between structure and fluidity while dissected pieces build on a new silhouette, which embodies lightness and delicacy," he said.While the final results seemed simple at times, Wang explained that garments went through much fabric manipulation to get graphic results that didn't seem harsh."In such a short time, Alex has redefined urban utility," observed Laura Brown, Harper's Bazaar features and special projects director. "There's always a sexiness to his clothes, but this season he brought a glamour, too."She picked a cut-out silver dress as her favourite. Meanwhile, model Maria Bradley said backstage before the show that she'd like to take home the silver T-shirt and black shorts she was to wear on the catwalk. "I wore his clothes from last season today. His clothes are the best!"?For the last few seasons, designers have dipped and dabbed in their primary coloured paint pots and mixed around with hues and shades until their collections became bright, bubbling specimens of vibrant colour. But now, the Crayola boxes have been stacked away, paint palettes washed and prepped for a new age; the age of the return of monochrome.?Barneys New York The Window:Before we headed off for the Europe shows, we created a final recap of the most relevant trends from this past New York Fashion Week. Sporty flourishes, luxe fur, a grunge moment: this is what fall 2011 holds in store. See for yourself below.We can't wait to share what we see in Europe! Stay tuned...- The Barneys Fashion Team ?It looks like a one shouldered sports bra with a very odd and ill fitting back to it. WHY is the fabric hanging down on the right side of her back. What's the purpose of that? 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It was the touch of illusion lace, the lingerie bra top or hemline of pleated chiffon that took the edge off banded short skirts, zip-back sheaths and shirtdresses."I want to design what I want to wear," she said.DKNYWhat can stop traffic in always-bustling New York? Donna Karan in a taxicab-yellow raincoat.Karan took her bow in the eye-catcher at Sunday's DKNY New York Fashion Week preview to the delight of the fashion insiders and to the passers-by on the street who could peek in the open doors to the Chelsea studio space.She turned out a collection of mostly sporty looks featuring white perforated leather (think golf-glove material), camouflage prints, bathing suits-turned-bodysuits, bra tops and long neoprene dresses with mesh backs and sexy inserts. One of those dresses was in the same super-bright yellow that Karan wore.DKNY is supposed to dress its customers every day and for every occasion, Karan said in a post-show interview: "When I can wear the same thing as the girls on the runway, I've done my job."CHADO RALPH RUCCIColor and contemporary details took the show for the luxury line Chado by Ralph Rucci.Rucci and his team mixed old world glamour with new world touches like a swirl pattern of braiding on the sheer top of a chiffon-skirted dress. The same braiding in a riot of neon colours was used on one long sleeve of a basic black pantsuit.Crystals sparkled on a coral blouse worn with a white wrap skirt that carried the pink along the hem, separated by a single black line. The minimalist line was also used in a wearable white tunic with bright pink at the waist and hem, paired with white cigarette pants.A subtle quilting technique called trapunto lent elegance to silk faille suits and dresses made of the wetsuit material neoprene in white and bright pink.THAKOONYou've got to have a sense of humour and some guts to send a birdcage-print dress down the runway as the opening look for a New York Fashion Week preview.Thakoon Panichgul proved he has both.The clothes mostly were more serious than silly (Panichgul dresses the first lady sometimes, after all), but, come on, a little gold chain dangling between the beaks of two embroidered birds is certainly a conversation starter."You have to have joy in fashion," Panichgul said in a pre-show interview. "I wanted to show classic cool with whimsy."He got that with a few pieces covered in clear plastic paillettes that mirrored the flashes from photographers' cameras. Panichgul featured many layers of sometimes weighty fabrics, which gave the clothes their shape and structure while still allowing for a looser silhouette.TRACY REESETracy Reese rode her Michelle Obama bump from the Democratic National Convention to the runway, putting on a show of juxtapositions in colour, textiles and embellishments."It's still such a big high," Reese smiled backstage after the show. "It reminded us how grateful we have to be to live in this country."In a range of foliage greens, cool blues, warm ochre, tangerine and crimson, Reese put wide bands of flat industrial shingle sequins on airy loose trousers in yellows and reds.She mixed a dainty, beaded floral pattern on top of one sleeveless shift dress with zigzags outlined in black sequins against bold blue on the bottom. Reese worked in phosphorescents to embroider bright pink flowers on the top of a tunic, using the same technique in yellow in a tribal pattern at the bottom.DEREK LAMBurgundy foil paillettes for cocktails or skinny madras plaid trousers with matching jacket in a military green for the office? You can take your pick from Derek Lam's spring collection.Lam's edgy but wearable runway at a downtown venue included black lambskin halter tops and a fitted black leather dress with a pleated hem. Solid-color leather pieces, including a foldover bodice vest and matching skirt in bright blue, stood in contrast to lasercut foil accents on dresses and skirts and macrame and lace work in tweeds and basketweave patterns.Lam went metallic gold for a skirt with macrame that stopped at the knee. Most hems landed just above or below the knee.ALEXANDER WANGThe audience at Alexander Wang is trained to know the best is coming last.The mostly inventive black-and-white, pieced-leather looks that filled the first part of Saturday's show would have held Wang's place as one of the princes of cool. There were sporty parkas, tops inspired by hockey jerseys and even some more refined halter dresses.Wang could have called it a collection and be done with it.However, the final parade of nine models all wearing a cream colour had their embroidered tank tops, pencil skirts, crewneck dresses and Bermuda shorts turn into glow-in-the-dark lightsticks when they assumed a final pose on the runway and the lights went out.Wang also created a stir by having model Liberty Ross the wife of the director Kristen Stewart had an affair with walk the runway, along with the likes of Erin Wasson. Jennifer Aniston's fiance actor Justin Theroux sat in the front row along with rapper A$AP Rocky.MONIQUE LHUILLIERThe red carpet during the upcoming Hollywood awards season could be a sea of ocean-inspired gowns if Monique Lhuillier has anything to do with it.Lhuillier, a favourite source for celebrity gowns, presented a bright aqua lace gown draped with a tulle overlay that gave the illusion of rippling waves and so did a one-shoulder tiered gown in crepe. A sea-glass green gown was embroidered with sparkly beads and had a low, sheer illusion back, and a textured jacquard strapless gown with a trumpet hemline was an underwater kaleidoscope of colours, including blues, greens and purple."The Emmys are coming up and some of the looks have been selected so they're on hold," said Lhuillier. Bet the gold, coral-embellished sculpted gown that served as the finale is one them.JOSEPH ALTUZARRAOn a rainy Saturday night in Manhattan, fashionistas lined up patiently under umbrellas, undeterred, to catch one of the most buzz-worthy spring previews of Fashion Week: that of rising star Joseph Altuzarra.Actress Kate Bosworth, a big Altuzarra fan, kissed acquaintances and greeted Mamie Gummer, the actress daughter of Meryl Streep. The NBA's Tyson Chandler posed for photos not far from actress Jessica Chastain.The looks that greeted them on the runway were a combination of the very casual navy-and-white striped cotton jackets and overcoats, for example, evoking kids' overalls and the glamorous, in the form of gold fringes on everything from skirts to tanks, and crystal-encrusted garments like dramatic scarves draped high around the neck. Workday looks of simple cotton graduated to looks that suddenly shimmered and glistened under the lights, occasionally perhaps a bit blindingly."He's going sky-high," said Nina Garcia, the "Project Runway" judge. "A real original."HERVE LEGERDesigner Max Azria's bandage dresses for Herve Leger are seriously flattering you can see that best not on the models, who frankly would look good in anything, but on the fashionistas in the audience at his shows.But each show needs to have a new theme, and for Azria's Spring 2013 preview on Saturday, it was something unusual: Quilt-making. From Alabama.One wouldn't ordinarily think of quilt-making from the American South as having much to do with the tight, figure-enhancing dresses that Azria does so well, but the patchwork designs made many of the dresses on display very pretty and colorful, if on a few occasions a bit busy.Particularly appealing was a blue sapphire high-neck bandage dress with "passementerie" embroidery and applique. Another feature of Azria's on full display here were his leather harnesses, in black or tan, around the neck or in the form of a corset.___AP writers Leanne Italie and Jocelyn Noveck contributed to this report.___Follow AP Fashion on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AP_Fashion?The came and went, with dozens of stars walking the treacherous Metropolitan Museum steps. But after two hours of the step-and-repeat routine, was nowhere to be seen. We waited and waited, for at least 30 minutes. Maybe Blue Ivy couldn't get a sitter? Maybe she and Jay-Z were simply watching the livestream from their Tribeca pad? But of course, in Beyonce came, accompanied up the stairs by none other than Andre Leon Talley. And the dress was worth the wait: a dramatic black lace Givenchy confection, almost completely sheer from top to bottom. Seriously, you could see the outline of Bey's entire lower body. Did Tina Knowles have a say in this?It was a much racier, more complicated look than we were expecting -- and we can't decide how we feel about it. Check Beyonce's dramatic entrance. Do you love this look?Also on HuffPost: ?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?Remember all the way back to 2009 when sent sweatshirt-wearing models down the runway wearing ? And then suddenly the was back. Or so many claimed. But really, it never went away. That's the beauty of the braid: it's eternally cool, and luckily for us, here to stay.?A couple weeks ago was roadtripping around New Mexico for our nationwide series, . Besides returning with some pretty awesome stories and a nice haul of , she's been wearing lots of around the office: , and the . (Anya introduces us to some of her muses in the slideshow below.)Being around so much braiding inspired us to take a closer look at the style. Different cultures worldwide have always embraced the , considering it a highly symbolic part of their identity. Various iterations have been named for the country that popularized it. See: the French, Dutch and Swiss braids. The styles also seem to be decade-specific: the hippie '60s saw many a double braid, while fishtail braids were big in the '80s. For better or worse.?In other words, the braid is The Great Unifier, people! Here are some of its best manifestations...and some of its not-so-best...woven into one slideshow.Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on , , and .?When , everyone pays attention. Saturday night, the former Vogue Paris editor feted with a long gown-only dress code (she opted for Ala?a, and let's just say we were dressed much more modestly), Ryuichi Sakamot piano performance (which was followed by a DJ set that included Kanye West and other Top 40 hits), and, of course, a lot of models. A lot. , the magazine's first cover girl, was in attendance, looking glamorous and sultry in a low cut gown with smokey eye makeup and tousled hair. After spotting Upton by the front entrance, we realized that this party had become a test: How many supermodels do you recognize? We planted ourselves by the front door and started playing. ? There. ? Right next to her. ? ? ? sporting a ? You get the idea.Although the models roamed throughout the party, Carine Roitfeld was still queen (she even upstaged in an ). Check out the photos below to see more from the Mercedes Benz and Belvedere-hosted launch of CR Fashion Book at The Frick Collection in NYC, and let us know which model you think had the best style.Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on , , and .?Last season it was carnival games, the year before that .This Fashion Week, Alexander Wang threw his legendary after-party with a frat theme, complete with glow sticks, Jello shots, Budweiser and keg stands. Oh yeah, and a surprise performance by Tyler the Creator. As one of the hottest parties of each New York Fashion Week, Wang's fete brought out downtown's coolest kids. This included Christina Ricci, who caught our attention in a va-va-voom dress. With blunt bangs and dark, kohl-rimmed eyes, Ricci went all-out sexy for the occasion.Take a look below at the "Pan Am" actress's look and tell us: hit or miss? Then check out the rest of the party people. ?LOS ANGELES — Courtney Love's former assistant is suing over unpaid wages and claims the rocker made unethical requests such as instructing her to hire a hacker and falsify legal letters.Jessica Labrie filed the wrongful termination, wage and breach of contract lawsuit in Los Angeles on Tuesday.The suit states Labrie worked as Love's administrative assistant for about a year in 2010 and 2011, but was fired after complaining she was owed thousands in unpaid wages and expenses for business trips. The lawsuit claims Labrie suffered from headaches, insomnia and other medical conditions as a result of Love's conduct.Her attorney, Joshua Gruenberg, says Love wanted a hacker to change records to businesses she owned or believed she owned, but Labrie refused.Attempts to find a current representative for Love were unsuccessful.Also on HuffPost:?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?,08.27.2012Manager, ShutterstockHow do you find clients? Should you specialize in one area? What should you charge? For most freelance designers, comfort comes with experience. Here are five tips from design pros about how to turn your personal business into a thriving enterprise.?Designer and CFDA President DIane von Furstenberg revealed that she was once rejected by newcomer Alexander Wang when she asked him to do some sweaters for her when he had just graduated. According , von Furstenberg told Interview magazine: "For the purpose of the story, I want the readers to know that you [Wang] told me, 'No, I'm not interested in doing anything for you.' I said, 'OK...' And that was the first time I remember encountering the name Alex Wang--a rejection.'" But the pair got past it, and von Furstenberg now serves as Wang's mentor. She also interviewed Wang for the March issue of the magazine. ?Kitten heels have a bad reputation. Notoriously unforgiving and frequently spotted on schoolgirls at their first social, your scepticism is justified. As the contrary fashion merry-go-round spins, prepare to embrace a new kind of shoe, a whole load less kitteny. Out with the old, in with the...old. You know the drill. The demi-heel, to give it a more satisfying name, is like the lazy lioness- elegant and refined but packs a punch under pressure. It is cooler, fresher and much more, dare I say, comfortable. Compared to the Noughties' fantastical high heels, now relegated to the collecting rings of WAG-land, a deserving and hard-working lower height has won the silken vote. With it a significantly lower chance of developing sore arches and a twisted ankle, it sounds like a no brainer, right?Before you decide to write this off with the conviction that it wouldn't make it past New Look's front doors, think again. Amidst Dior's ballet shoe heels, Zanotti's velvet rock baroque lace ups and Marc Jacobs' so-wrong-they're-right stacked loafers, there are some unusually useful shoes for autumn. (Dior)A backlash against years of altitude sickness produced exciting results all round. Carven delivered floral elegance with bow-adorned sling backs; Alexander Wang merged gritty glamour with a power ankle strap to create the best nude pair of demi-heels on the autumn scene. Valentino rose to the top as they thoroughly enjoyed their fashion moment. Featuring an ankle strap for absolute elegance, sparkling Swarovskis for your playful side and that effortless femininity that comes hand in hand with Valentino, my feet are cooing at the very sight of them.(Valentino, Carven, Alexander Wang)The demi-heel is part of the approaching season's understated, 'easy' fashion aesthetic. It is more grown up, more like the veteran than the kitten, and it has taken shoes with it. Match your mid-height ankle-strapped with a pair of skinny, cropped trousers, and you are, pretty much, sorted. The demi-heel tames our morning footwear crises and puts the last piece of the exclusive Parisian-chic jigsaw in place. Swap your rush-hour-only arch damaging ballet flats and office-based Louboutins for a pair of shoes you can wear all day. I promise, your feet will thank you, and so will your purse.(Chloe) Follow Eleanor Doughty on Twitter:?For the last few seasons, designers have dipped and dabbed in their primary coloured paint pots and mixed around with hues and shades until their collections became bright, bubbling specimens of vibrant colour. But now, the Crayola boxes have been stacked away, paint palettes washed and prepped for a new age; the age of the return of monochrome. Those in love with the colours of the last few seasons fear not, this doesn't mean a return to black as the 'new black', no; it more wholly represents shades and the tonal values we learnt in primary school art lessons. Instead of reaching for the poster paints, picture a Dulux colour chart, and the deliberation between 'Dublin Bay' and 'Woodland Fern', the most minuscule of shade differences. Paint your own palette in shades this season, not with all the colours of the rainbow. The rainbow has played this year's final act , so we welcome in the shading tones. The coming season's palette is simplified; texture and fabric take centre stage in this production, and the creators are the players.This colour matching revolution appeared in Alexander Wang's dark and twisty Autumn Winter 2012 collection, comprising strong burgundy ensembles where tonal leathers were paired with chain mail-alike textures, long sleeves and high-slit pencil skirts. The tonal method is not new to the house of Wang, his Spring Summer 2012 collection exhibited almost dip dye like design, transitional light blue to navy manifested itself in one piece ensembles paired with white shoes. The colours of the collection could not be further from the children's art show colours of Meadham Kirchhoff, who plastered on their primary coloured, over kitsched up fabrics like it was going out of fashion, ironically. A whole material store of fabric samples were presented at Meadham Kirchhoff where collections season and season play against assumed industry approval, nevertheless attaining all necessary media exposure. The bright and shiny Meadham Kirchhoff duo couldn't be further from Wang's tough street-girl style, athletic summer collection that comprised shades and block outfits; a whole new kind of playtime was on the Kirchhoff cards with absolutely nothing getting in its way.Many of us are drawn to what can be described as 'simple chic'- the art of not wearing too many colours. Women of a certain age might shudder at the now commercialised-Mary Katrantzou-inspired, big, brash and in your face floral trend that has swept through the high street like London's very own tornado; younger fashionistas choose grown up high street stores such as Cos to indulge their colourful yet contained sensibilities. We find it very easy to slip back into black, keeping it safe as a comfort blanket; colour is becoming a big deal. Embrace it.Neon touches at the high street Autumn Winter 2012 previews remind us that we can all wear colour, however old we are and for most occasions. In Sex and the City, Carrie Bradshaw stepped out in close to fancy-dress-farcical outfits to much applaud; while her critics wrinkled their noses, a consequent revolution brewed, one that has now reached the surface. While I'm in favour of colour blocking, mass colour maturely combined with Meadham Kirchhoff inspired kitsch that brightens any rainy shopping street, I'm looking forward to texture time. Garments are endlessly more desirable on the best texture; cashmere feels just that much better, strong tweed is noticeable anywhere, and the perfect silk is just divine. A pleasing texture is irresistible, and the tonal shades of the coming season will give them their own lease of life. Here's to looking, and feeling, fabulous. Follow Eleanor Doughty on Twitter:?I've fallen, head over staggeringly high heels, in love. Again. This is becoming too regular an occurrence. Temporarily blinded by a uniform of black and grey, Resort 2013 has reminded me of my love for fabrics. As a staunch lover of block colours and tones, as you'll know by now, sometimes prints, embroidery and embellishment can be terrifying. The printed parts of my wardrobe are frequently tried on and almost instantly discarded when I realise that I can't make it work.?Ever.?It's a disappointing feeling in the morning when this well rehearsed dance takes to the stage.? The black pieces sit there smirking, knowing full well that they will be next in line for another standard day at work.?They don't need to worry.? When I was younger I enjoyed wearing peacock colours, but working amongst black-clad women everyday forced me into premature workwear mode.?Inspired by Resort 2013, I plan to embrace prints once more.?Valentino, my greatest love (yes, even trumping Chloe to the gold medal) has produced a collection that made me stop working and actually gape in amazement.? I want every single look- I could definitely make them all work, pushing through the sea of black silks and arriving triumphantly in colours and prints. Looking at the whole collection, Valentino Resort '13 is super colourful, awash with bright pea greens, fuchsia pinks, bold reds and (much to my delight) a modest selection of black, nude and grey looks.? It's quite the rainbow, dashed with enough heavy tones to keep any fashion editor happy.? The collection begins with classic Valentino, ultra delicately feminine looks, a spread of full length, mid length and trouser ensembles, the latter with a perfect peplum.? These looks are softly floral, clear in their design but resolutely delicate.? (Valentino Resort '13)Each Valentino collection is truly one to fall in love with, and Resort 2013 is no exception with pieces for all days and all nights.? Colourful structured peplums, exquisitely cut dress coats that are all ready for the Duchess of Cambridge, and without a doubt the most fabulous red carpet dresses we are likely to see on the Resort circuit this year.?Where Valentino presented soft and subtle, Jonathan Saunders certainly did not shirk on his print parade.? Resort is traditionally the collection for the print, and is defined by its patterns; Saunders has gone to town with this memo.? The collection is a fusion of dip dye geometric prints, big, bold and brash florals and subtle textures, driving his beautiful message all the way home.? Saunders painted his way through the colour spectrum, not entirely drawing away from his fall colours, bursts of bright pastel blues, greens and a seasonal mix of darker shades.? Resort seems merely an updated fall collection, to much relief, full of the same gorgeous shapes and seasonally bright colours. (Jonathan Saunders Resort '13)I have no doubt that little persuasion will be necessary to blend seamlessly into prints after a long winter of ombre monochrome, Alexander Wang's dark burgundy shades and limitless beige.? Not that there's anything wrong with simple tones; I should know after all.(Images courtesy of Valentino @ Karla Otto London/Jonathan Saunders @ Starworks London) Follow Eleanor Doughty on Twitter:?After weeks of promo emails and incessant PSAs, I've been fully overcome by weariness.I hadn't given Fashion's Night Out, that crazed night of celebrity rubber-necking and champagne-swilling that intends to drum up business (), much thought until the cutesy commercials arrived. The first starred the relentlessly excitable Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber. Can you hear the tweens screaming yet?Despite their youthful energy, I'm finding it hard to get psyched about the fourth annual FNO, happening tonight, September 6. with more hype than we ever thought Anna Wintour could muster, with every high-end store in New York City flowing with free champagne, free swag bags and legitimately A-list celebs. We're talking Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Gwen Stefani, Victoria Beckham, Justin Timberlake, Charlize Theron, Kate Hudson... Manhattan was like one big Golden Globes red carpet, but with more screaming fans.With everyone still energized from the surprise success of FNO's debut, yet decidedly less celeb-heavy. Charlize Theron reappeared, as did Halle Berry, but overall fewer stars subjected themselves to the throngs. They instead left fashion heavyweights like Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell, Bar Rafaeli, Hamish Bowles, Simon Doonan, Alexander Wang and the Rodarte girls to draw the crowds. , supposedly the biggest one ever staged, was the main event.. Lea Michele, Joe Jonas and Justin Bieber were trotted out for the youngsters, while the older folk had to content themselves with Daniel Radcliffe, Diddy and Carmelo Anthony (yes, Harry Potter is now an adult). I did catch a glimpse of a very bleached-blonde Lindsay Lohan at Chanel, but she was rushing up the stairs and out of sight -- no autographs tonight. So what's on tap for weary cocktail-swilling, non-shopping FNO enthusiasts in 2012? Kim Kardashian, Azealia Banks, Jennifer Hudson, Whitney Port, Rachel Zoe and Nicole Richie . Get... excited?But hey, maybe I'm just being a Debbie Downer. Shopping is fun, so getting to shop for longer hours, with better music playing and someone providing you free drinks should be a good time. But the thought of fighting my way to a dressing room through a horde of college-aged girls angling for Alexa Chung's autograph just isn't my idea of a fun Thursday night. Sorry, Anna Wintour. All good things must come to an end.See highlights from Fashion's Night Out 2011: Follow Ellie Krupnick on Twitter:?Burberry Prorsum coat, Blumarine top, Jeremy Scott for adidas pants, Alexander Wang shoes? Reed + RaderStella McCartney dress, Akris top, Blumarine shorts, Jeremy Scott for adidas sneakers? Reed + RaderAlexander Wang collaged jersey bodysuit, Jeremy Scott for adidas sneakers? Reed + RaderJeremy Scott for adidas jacket, Burberry Prorsum dress, 3.1 Philip Lim top? Reed + RaderStella McCartney dress, (from left) Chanel ring, Armenta rings, Stephen Webster ring, Armenta ring, New Era hat ? Reed + Rader?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?i have enormous respect for daniel radcliffe (who reminds us that young people CAN have character) and everybody loves emma watson, but rupe was always my favorite in the hp movies.... Life is so lonely. I am a 50-year-old doctor. Ive been living alone since my wife passed away 2 years ago. Maybe I should get going so I got a profile on r?chh??k??. ? om under denver50. Its the best place to meet CEOs, pro athletes, doctors, lawyers, investors, entrepreneurs, beauty queens, fitness models, and Hollywood celebrities. Maybe you can take a try.it doesn't hurt that he's pretty hot, too... - but he really could use some help with his hair and clothes...?We've teamed up with Greta Larkins, the genius behind the brilliant Tumblr in a weekly series of animated runway shots.In this , Larkins takes on a pink and orange metallic trench from spring 2013 collection for at . While we know the British model (and Burberry face) has a tiny waist naturally, we can't stop staring at this mesmerizing image. Is the new corset?Want more? Be sure to check out Stylelist on , and .For previous Fashion Gifs, take a peek in our gallery below: ?my particular favorites from paris were rick owens and ann demeulemeester. beautiful, mysterious and flattering. i would buy everything from the rick owens collection and just float through life. i loved the muted colors and( black).so much of paris was derivative and garish(marc jacobs for louis vuitton),....like it was all done before (and it was)and the patterns were migraine inducing.and can anyone explain to why in certain collections (givenchy, miu miu, marc jacobs) the models are deliberately made to look ugly, gaunt, and very angry. i realize the clothes should speak for themselves and the models are the accessories but what is the point of the smirks and snarls???????eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?Rachel Moskowitz, a senior at Boston University, caught a bus down to New York last Wednesday for an event that could make or break her career: Fashion Week. Moskowitz's ticket to the weeklong industry showcase was an internship backstage with the womenswear designer Rebecca Taylor. The public relations major planned seating charts, stuffed gift bags and steamed clothes in preparation for the fashion show on Friday."I actually got to watch the show -- I didn't have to work once it started," Moskowitz said. "And to be able to say you worked fashion week is so cool."Moskowitz is one of hundreds of unpaid workers behind the scene at New York Fashion Week, running through Thursday all over Manhattan. She's trading long hours of manual and clerical labor for the chance to be in the thick of glamour. In the summer months, Moskowitz and her fellow interns will fill the offices of magazines, PR firms and production companies, hoping that their hard work will eventually lead to coveted fashion jobs.Yet the legality of such internships has come under scrutiny. On February 1, Xuedan "Diana" Wang, a former Harper's Bazaar intern, filed a lawsuit against publishing behemoth Hearst Corporation. The class action, a first for the fashion industry, seeks damages for Wang's five months of unpaid labor in the magazine's accessories department. Two new interns joined the case last week, according to Wang's attorney Elizabeth Wagoner."We were completely overworked," Wang, a 28 year old Ohio native, told The Huffington Post in an interview. "It was an outrageous burden for a bunch of interns."At Harper's Bazaar, Wang worked 40 to 55 hours a week as a "head intern," supervising eight other unpaid workers as they carried bags of clothes to and from PR firms, effectively serving as a messenger service for the magazine.Wang believes that her experience at Harper's Bazaar wasn't an internship, but a job that deserved compensation. She claims that the work did not comply with the U.S. Department of Labor's .Hearst, meanwhile, maintains that Wang's internship was perfectly legal. "The internship programs at each of our magazines are designed to enhance the educational experience of students who are receiving academic credit for their participation, and are otherwise fully in compliance with applicable laws," a company spokeswoman said in a statement. "We intend to vigorously defend this matter."Wang, who had already graduated from Ohio State when she began the internship, received course credit by contacting the office of continuing studies and paying around $700 for two additional credit hours to be added to her transcript.Despite the credit hours, Wang maintains that the internship was the "very opposite of any kind of educational experience."'GET ANOTHER INTERNSHIP'The Department of Labor's guidelines for internships at for-profit companies, issued in April 2010, were intended to rein in the expanding intern workforce, currently beyond the reach of other labor laws. The guidelines have yet to be referenced in court, and in Wang's case, they stand to influence any judicial decision on whether she should in fact receive compensation for her five months at Harper's Bazaar.Internships, according to the guidelines, must be similar to "educational" training, must provide no "immediate advantage" to employers and must not displace regular salaried employees. If internships fail to meet these requirements, they are considered work, and subject to regulations like minimum wage.According to Wang, her internship at Harper's Bazaar consisted primarily of sending other unpaid interns to pick up bags of clothes from PR firms. "It was all very menial," she said. "We were barely supervised."The work environment was harried and fast-paced. As "head intern," Wang worked long hours, waiting for interns to return so she could organize hundreds of items of clothing and check them in to the magazine's closet. If something went wrong or came in late, Wang took the blame."The other interns took the subway, for the most part," Wang said, adding that they paid their own fare. "Sometimes they had so many bags that they could barely walk on the sidewalk."Wang, who hails from a small town in Southwestern Ohio, graduated in 2010 with a degree in strategic communication. After saving up money by working on her own for a year, she moved to to New York to start her career in fashion. "It was my childhood dream," she said. "Harper's Bazaar was my favorite magazine growing up."When her internship ended in December, Wang hoped to receive a letter of recommendation from her employer that would lead to a paying job. Her supervisor, the Senior Accessories Editor for the magazine, declined to write a letter, bringing up mistakes Wang had made in giving instructions to other interns."It was a very stressful job," Wang said in her defense. "There was always a shortage of labor ... I thought about quitting but I wanted to see it through to the end because I was desperate for that recommendation.""[My supervisor's] advice was to get another internship," Wang said. 'I had blown through thousands providing a service to this magazine ... It was devastating."Wang's supervisor did not return a request for comment for this article.SHAKY GUIDELINESWang's experience was not unique -- fashion internships, like those in some other industries, regularly require interns to make deliveries, do clerical work and stay long hours.Companies hope that course credit from schools will stand as acceptable proof that the internships are "educational," and that they can therefore continue to offer them without pay under Department of Labor guidelines.For some interns still in school, this works out well: Moskowitz, for example, saved $8,000 on tuition by using her summer internship at Rebecca Taylor toward graduation requirements. Others, like Wang, are forced to shell out money themselves just to receive letters of credit.It remains to be seen whether a letter of credit will stand as proof that an internship is "educational" in court. Wang's case is only the second case to deal explicitly with unpaid internships or reference the Department of Labor's guidelines. The first, filed in late 2011 against Fox Searchlight by a former intern, also uses Outten & Golden LLP, Wang's lawyers, as representation.Wang first considered suing a few weeks after her internship ended, when she read about the Fox Searchlight case on the Internet. That led her to Department of Labor's guidelines."As soon as I read [the guidelines] I knew immediately that what they had us doing wasn't appropriate," she said.'HARD TO TURN THEM AWAY'The fashion world is taking a "wait and see" approach to the lawsuit, according to Susan Scafidi, founder of the Fashion Law Institute and professor at Fordham University. "No one is changing their programs just yet as that would be an advance admission of guilt," she said. "But there is some quiet attention to exactly what kind of work interns are doing."Many interns, like Moskowitz, are thrilled to get professional experience and to be part of the fashion world, no matter if the work is difficult. "It gives you a great name to put on your resume," said Moskowitz. "Internships are hard. You have to be dedicated ... In my opinion, when you sign up, you know what you're getting into."Internships have long been a part of the fashion world, according to Scafidi, and are viewed as important vocational training by members of the industry. "Fashion has always been place where people can learn on the job," she said. "There's an effort to make sure interns get a valuable experience."Only recently, in the current , have internships begun to generate debate. With only 54 percent of 18- to 24-year-olds currently employed, according to a recent Pew Research Center study, internships are replacing entry level jobs.Many recent grads are now willing to take any work experience, paid or otherwise. Aliza Bogner, vice president of Human Resources at Alison Brod, a fashion PR firm, says that her company received more than 50 emails this year from people offering to volunteer at fashion week, many of them college grads."We didn't take any of them," said Bogner. "Ever since we heard about the new labor laws, we don't accept interns without course credit."Bogner questions whether other PR firms are as careful about the guidelines. "When you have people who graduated college and are begging to work for free, and they need the experience on their resumes, it's hard to turn them away," she said.The proliferation of internships also raises a class issue -- for the most part, only children with wealthy parents can afford to spend much of their early twenties working unpaid jobs.Wang acknowledges that money played a big role in her decision to pursue legal action. "All of this wouldn't have bothered me so much if I had had more money," she said. "If I could just do another internship so flippantly like [my supervisor] told me to, it would be fine."Susan Scafidi thinks that Wang and her lawyers' biggest challenge will be getting more interns to come forward and join the class action suit. Interns who can afford to work for free have little incentive to sue and risk being blacklisted for jobs.As they stand, the Department of Labor's guidelines are largely up to interns to enforce. With no legal body currently investigating company practices, interns must come forward and speak about violations for any changes to occur."In terms of workplace abuses, I don't know if interns are high on the Department of Labor's list," Scafidi said.Wang herself acknowledges that she has probably botched all chances of a fashion career. Still, she hopes that the high-profile nature of her case will help shift the climate of the industry for other interns."There are so many people like me who want to be a part [of this industry] so badly," she said. "They deserve a fair chance."Have you worked as an unpaid intern? Tell us about your experience by emailing ?David and Victoria both look adorable. But watching them both in this video, I can feel the tension from David when the interviewer asked Victoria about the success of clothing line ... it may be just me but do I sense some resentment there? I just hope not because they are one of those couples I'm really rooting for - especially with their 3 gorgeous boys and super cute baby! I think that Victoria needs to devote some time now for her husband. He probably feels neglected ... after all boys will always be boys.?Click here to leave a comment.HuffPost High School welcomes a lively, thoughtful debate in the comment section. Keep in mind that the articles here are penned by young authors, so please keep criticism respectful, and help us to keep this a safe and supportive place for writers of all ages to contribute.?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?No, No, No...this is all wrong...New York fashion is acting like America is still an elite superpower....the fashionistas must not have got the memo about Republicans fashioning America into a third world country like Greece. All these beautiful people, dressed in all these expensive materials, struttin down the runway like they own it (actually, some Hedge Fund Manager owns it). Clearly misled.1. The new style is "Austerity Chic"...featuring2. Burlap bag dresses3. Style composites from the dumpster...dirty is the new clean...4. Used Tire slat shoes5. Dresses looking like barrels6. Small sizes reflecting the weight loss about to be imposed on America's middle class7. The "Homeless Look" for elder women with no home once they lose their social security8. Styles for much younger women no longer attending public education9. There was lots of black but not a single iron cross for accessorizing10. The "Mitt's Assistant" look for paranoid people about to be fired (Mitt loves to fire people) which makes them homeless (#7) and undernourished (#6)11. "Mittens" with holes in the fingertips12. Fewer styles for the elderly who will be dieing early when they lose their Medicare13. So next year's Fashion Week can be more in theme "Down & Out in New York" with a subtext "Poverty reaches the Mittle Class".After all, if you can look good in Mitt's policy rags, you can look good in anything.?We already know . So we're a bit stunned to learn that Herms itself has been engaging in a bit of fashion arson, torching its own products behind the scenes., Mulberry's Emma Hill says Herms disposes of any imperfect bags by burning them. Referring to the high standard of quality kept at the French company, :"A friend who was working at Herms said that if there was even the most minor imperfection on a bag they would take it out the back and burn it -- no compromise."Be still our Birkin-loving hearts! We nearly had a heart attack seeing , not to mention . But the idea of Herms incinerating its own leather beauties just makes us sad inside. But the corporate policy may be par for the course, as a source also tell us that Alexander Wang may have done the same. Years ago, when tweaking the design of the trademark Rocco bag, the company decided to discontinue all versions without a shoulder strap, leaving hundreds of strapless Rocco bags sitting in the warehouse. Some were given to interns but others, sources say, were considered for burning. We wonder how many other fashion companies do the same...If there is a Purse Heaven, we bet there are hundreds of Kellys, Birkins and Roccos resting there in peace. See what other dishy deets Emma Hill told the Telegraph at Telegraph.co.uk.See totally intact Hermes bags on the arms of celebs:Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on , , and .?I shrugged off years of social anxieties as I slipped into my seat at Pier 94 on Saturday night, set to watch Alexander Wang parade his new duds in front of fashion's cool kids. The scene before the show could easily be likened to a high school hallway before class, if you're into analogies -- Anna Wintour and Franca Sozzani catching up, Alicia Keys and Kanye West being mobbed, Emmanuelle Alt attempting to walk through without causing too much commotion, The Sartorialist, Garance Dore and Bill Cunningham up-downing each passerby, the rest of us Tweeting away, as I imagine most teenagers do these days to avoid looking entirely awkward. I was even wrapped up in (arguably bringing back) a jacket I purchased in tenth grade...but that's another style story all together. Eventually, a procession of models started pounding along the floor to a remix of Prodigy's "Breathe," a song incidentally at the peak of its popularity when I bought my outerwear in question. The gals breezed by in sheer shirts, fur-wrapped sunglasses, layered ponchos and metallic high-heeled penny loafers, and I felt at ease with what will ultimately be my fall 2011 wardrobe. Confession time: despite the three-digit number in my bank account, I'm the ultimate Alex Wang fan girl, but who isn't these days? Everyone wants to be his best friend...I mean, wear his clothes.All images by Getty or AP.Follow Hilary Moss on Twitter:?This chart is part of Mother Jones' investigation into Walmart's much-praised green makeover, for which reporter Andy Kroll traveled to China, the home of many of the retail giant's manufacturers. He found that although Walmart claims to be monitoring its factories' compliance with environmental and labor rules, its auditing system is plagued by corruption. What's more, many factories outsource more than half their work to "shadow" factoriesunregulated operations that auditors never visit at all. To read the full story, click here. ?Successful actor, acclaimed artist and thriving entrepreneur. Whatever you call him, Jared Leto is a creative juggernaut, and he stopped by What's Trending last Wednesday to talk about his band's website, the HIVE, the music industry at large and shooting a video in the Arctic.?Alexander WangThe menswear trend has been the dominating influencer thus far as the Fall 2010 New York collections get underway, and Alexander Wang -- always a barometer for what's cool and, more importantly, what's upcoming -- took the motif of masculinity to the apex. In a dramatic about turn from spring's athletic-inspired, sweatshirt-and-leather peppered football motif, one almost expected Michael Douglas and Martin Scorsese to be front row Saturday night, in an apparent homage to Gordon Gekko in the upcoming Wall Street 2. Not to be misconstrued, there was plenty of leather alright, perhaps most beautifully showcased in a black zip-away trench with mink back, but more on that later.The first look -- modeled by Natalia Vodianova, who opened and closed the show -- set the theme for the rest of the 41-look stunner: a wool pinstripe Inverness blazer paired with a matching cropped vest and mini skirt with blazer detail cast in a black and Merlot (not burgundy, mind you) color combination and paired with a matching pinstripe backpack. Sorry Dolly, but these girls aren't working 9-to-5 boardroom jobs. That notion was dispelled as Wang continued to prove his creativity with this collection -- beautifully evident by a charcoal, wool, pinstripe minidress trimmed ever-so-delicately with lace detail (this time think less Michael Douglas and more Demi Moore in Disclosure). Back-to-back camel outerwear looks, meanwhile, both of which -- one a clergy cloak with cut-out sleeves and the other, a structured and boxy coat -- were right on point and utterly gorgeous, made for a refreshing momentary palette cleanser.Accessories came in the form of chunky loafer boots, frame clutches, bondage-esque backpacks, velvet-trimmed sunglasses and charcoaled 18-Karat gold rings while peppered throughout were tailcoats, cropped blazers (some featuring a beautiful Swarovski pearl pinstripe), tiger face macram tops (an ode to the Chinese Lunar calendar, perhaps?) and mohair shrugs -- all the essentials for a Master of the Universe in the making, natch -- that truly pushed the traditional banker's suit to the edge. Yes, there was plenty of skin exposed, juxtaposed with thigh-high legwarmers that left some things to the imagination. In contrast to the traditional menswear fabrics, leather notwithstanding, Wang also lobbied hard for velvet. That translated into a series of ruched LBDs perfect for masterminding the most stylish of hostile takeovers. Ever.Prabal GurungOn an upward trajectory since his Spring show last September, Prabal Gurung has been methodically taking advantage of the opportunities that have come his way since he left Bill Blass to launch his line: there were the high-profile red carpet photo ops courtesy of Demi Moore and Thandie Newton, not to mention that cover of O, The Oprah Winfrey magazine. His debut runway show on Saturday -- easily one of this week's most coveted tickets (think Marc Jacobs and Alexander Wang level) -- proved he's got his head squarely set on his well-trained shoulders, not to mention well-tailored hands.The first few looks captured the essence of Gurung's design aesthetic: minimal to no prints, but a focus on bold colors (to wit, the opening curvilinear coat was white in front but black in back). Color-blocking proved to be more than simply an afterthought here. Gurung cut a soft edge with his garments, focusing on asymmetry and body conscious motivations that equated to dynamic proportions suitable for both the downtown "It" girls he counts among his posse and their uptown mothers. The camel pieces were simply divine. Gurung, however, is best known for his eveningwear -- be it sleek cocktail dresses or Oscar-worthy gowns. On the runway and shown in motion, the fruits of his intense laboring were visible -- if not, at times, a tad too fussy. A black and white iridescent wool tweed coat with wool faille sleeves had front-row starlet Zoe Saldana's eyes all lit up; a sure sign of their appeal both on and off the runway. The finale -- a deep crimson strapless draped gazar gown with sculpted black ruffles -- was proof positive that Gurung knows how to wow a crowd with both his intellectual prowess and street smarts. LacosteShort and sweet. That seemed to be the mantra of designer Christophe Lemaire this season, as the Frenchman sent out a collection that, while showcased fewer looks than in past seasons, didn't sacrifice quality or creative wit. A loose, slouchy mood prevailed for most of the show, color blocked from parchment shades through red and blues. As with all Lacoste shows, there was something there for everyone in the form of stylish and practical sportswear: long, wooly knits, a jumpsuit, a suede mini and cozy coats -- all paired with textured leggings. Lemaire morphed the brand's iconic polo into two inventive looks for fall: one, an oversized polo maxidress, and two, a cute cape that skirted the chest. Sweater dresses were among the standouts, as was the outerwear -- in particular the suede jackets with stand-up collars and a slightly voluminous felted wool overcoat with raglan sleeves.Peter SomNever one to rest on his laurels, Peter Som manages to find inventive ways in which to interject a boost of energy into his collections. For fall, that was evident by the prominent Seventies psychedelic "trip" he sent down his runway. Som has achieved a nice tempo when it comes to mastering the mix of melding his ladylike silhouettes with eccentric twists. A sparkly mlange of fabrics and prints emerged -- this being Som's comeback runway show -- in the form of tie-neck chiffon blouses, neat pencil skirts belted at the waist and gorgeous sheath dresses. While the templates were straightforward, their finish was anything but: acid yellow and green, marshmallow organza flowers, pearlized petal paillettes, leopard prints and electric plaids wildly intensified the separates. Also prominent was a serious venture into fur: minks, Mongolians and broadtails in a multitude of shades, including, but not limited to, bubble gum pink, vibrant blue, polished purple -- not just tie-dyed to perfection, but generously adorned with Swarovski crystals to boot.Gant by Michael BastianThis best thing to ever happen to Swedish clothing giant Gant, Michael Bastian delivered a terrific inaugural collection of men's sportswear, under the label "Gant by Michael Bastian," with the undercurrent of lacrosse in mind. Having never picked up a stick or even attended a game, Bastian was inspired by an article on the sport he read in The New Yorker -- one that provided for him a new insight into the game. Staged inside a gymnasium in SoHo, Bastian designed a collection that offered something for every stylish male -- and the aspiring. Working with a locker-room tableaux vivant, there were the ubiquitous plaid shirts, but beyond that, there were windowpane blazers, preppy topcoats, lace-up rugby shirts and slim trousers (including khakis in the brand's heritage) in a variety of fabrications. Athletic mesh detail on the lapels was indicative of Bastian's eye for detail -- all of which is priced at one-third of his namesake designer line. The buzz at the presentation was that what Ralph Lauren did for Rugby, Bastian is doing for lacrosse (note: Barneys has already bought the entire collection for all its Co-op stores nationwide). FOGO anyone? (That'd be "Face Off, Get Off.")For more Fashion Week news, visit . Follow Jim Shi on Twitter:?Dare you wear faux fur with leather and wool? This fall, you probably should. In the latest edition of Joe Fresh tutorials, Adrienne Shoom shows how to layer silks with heavy wools and faux fur with faux leather. Do something a little unexpected this season and try mixing things you wouldn't have thought of pairing. Will you actually try to wear different materials at once? Let us know on or in the comments below. Here are 15 pairs of our favourite fall pants:Here are 15 of our favourite tops for fall: ?Fun fact: . We can't make this stuff up. , which hosts weekly flash sales with all sorts of designer goodies. The latest sale is titled and is filled with Kim and Kourtney's pricey castoffs -- think Christian Louboutin, Fendi, Burberry, Gucci and a surprising amount of Alexander Wang. With an insatiable appetite for designer gear and a schedule full of red carpet appearances, why would Kim want to empty out her closet (and on eBay, no less)? For charity, of course: "a portion of the proceeds" from Kim's sale will go to Life Change Community Church, the reality family's house of worship (yes, ). Another reason Kim may be jettisoning a portion of her closet, some speculate, is . We have noticed (and ) that since beginning her "relationship" with Kanye, Kim has ditched her colorful outfits, opting instead for black, white and gray numbers. , -- as one half of KimYe, Kim is all monochrome, all the time. So where has all the leopard print gone? -- although to be fair, there's plenty of black, white and gray Kimmy clothes being sold online, too. (we've rounded up most of the pieces below). You may be surprised to find how much you like some of the items, from classy black pumps to slouchy Alexander Wang dresses. Luckily it's all on sale for the next three days, so that Cavalli animal-print jumpsuit can still be yours. Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on , , and . ?Who knew failed love could be such a career boost? After rumors of receiving , the wronged wife has managed to strike fashion model gold: she walked the Alexander Wang show during New York Fashion Week today.And since , this may just be the ultimate way to prove that . The Alexander Wang way show may just be the most coveted runway for a model to walk -- , so you can imagine how this can be quite the career boost for Liberty.Now that Wang has welcomed the 33-year-old model with open arms, do you think the rest of the fashion world will follow suit? Or do you think Liberty's fame will die down along with the controversy? Check out the photos of Liberty walking Alexander Wang's runway and tell us what you think.PHOTOS:Yes, that WAS in fact Liberty Ross on the @ runway - and backstage. CE styledotcom (@styledotcom) Frightful picture - but Liberty Ross back on the catwalk for Alex Wang! LOVE MAGAZINE (@THELOVEMAGAZINE) See Liberty Ross' style evolution!Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on , , and .?NEW YORK, N.Y. - While Kristen Stewart promoted a new film in Toronto, her one-time romantic rival took to the runway.Liberty Ross, the wife of "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, walked the catwalk during the Alexander Wang show on Saturday at New York Fashion Week wearing a white wind-breaker with a pencil skirt.Stewart and Sanders issued public apologies following tabloid reports they had a brief affair while Stewart was dating her "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson.Ross, 33, has mostly retired from modeling and most recently appeared in "Snow White and the Huntsman" as Stewart's mother.Stewart appeared in public for the first time since the scandal broke on Thursday for the premiere of "On the Road" at the Toronto International Film Festival. Hundreds of "Twilight" fans came out to show support for the 22-year-old actress.Meanwhile, Alexander Wang's show is one of the hottest tickets at fashion week and he's made a splash before using models who aren't regular runway walkers. Last season it was Gisele Bundchen, Shalom Harlow and Karolina Kurkova. On Saturday, runway graduate Erin Wasson also returned to his catwalk.? Courtney Love played at Alexander Wang's after-party at the Mobile gas station on 15th Street. Was it fabulous? Depends who you ask. Here's Courtney's take, sort of aimed at the Replacements' Paul Westerberg: "we had way fun tonight for Alexander(Wang) sorry we mangled 'Unsatisfied'westerberg but they were so fashiionista they... ?Alexander Wang's full frontal assault on the senses manifested itself in an all out bacchanal after show party at Pier 40 on Saturday night. Each guest was greeted with glow sticks, jello shots, damaged garden gnomes and blow-up sex dolls as they made their way center stage to the event.Celebrating the breakout fashion star's Spring 2012 collection, PlayStation provided a sneak peak of their newest title "Everybody Dance" at Wang's "house party" themed event. On one side of the room, Penn Badgley was spotted with Zoe Kravitz, while rapper Tyler the Creator relaxed on a sofa adjacent to guests singularly focused on PlayStation's latest title. About halfway through the bash, Christina Ricci arrived in a body-skimming vintage dress. The "Pan Am" star and Wang showed off their dance moves inside the PlayStation Living Room -- indeed, the duo played the new "Everybody Dance" game, while they also rocked out to the tune of Rihanna's "Rude Boy."Other partygoers included Jared Leto, Terry Richardson, Amanda Hearst, Bee Schaffer, Joe Zee and Russell Simmons. The sole question remains: how will Wang out-do himself next season? Stay tuned.Follow Melissa Berkelhammer on Twitter:?Get ready to (politely) rock the casbah: the is going Sid and Nancy for its 2013 Costume Institute Exhibit. the museum's big spring exhibition, will "highlight the origins of the punk movement and draw direct connections to haute couture and ready-to-wear creations that it has inspired for the past three decades," Women's Wear Daily reports.Instead of focusing on one designer's retrospective like or 2012's " show, then, this year's exhibit will include looks from Azzedine Alaia, Ann Demeulemeester, Dolce & Gabbana, Marc Jacobs, Rei Kawakubo, Alexander McQueen, Alexander Wang and Rodarte. With funding from both Moda Operandi and Conde Nast, the show will pinpoint the origin of punk designs in the early to mid-1970s in both New York and London and trace the influence of punk stylings throughout the decades. (If from 1994 doesn't make it in, we're quitting fashion forever.)But the Met's punk exhibit will have some big Doc Martens to fill. In 2011, attracting over 650,000 visitors and netting 23,000 more memberships for the museum. While last year's , the costume institute has hosted popular exhibits on , and in recent years."Punk: From Chaos to Couture" will kick off with the annual Met Gala on May 6, hosted by Rooney Mara and Riccardo Tisci, and the exhibit will be on public display from May 9 to August 11, 2013. We hear is already waiting in line.Take a look at the stunning guests from 2012's "Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations" opening gala!Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on , , and .? is often called fashion's Oscars, but honestly, we think it's bigger than that. Where else do you get every major Oscar star and fashion's most powerful names all together on one red carpet?At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, of course, where Anna Wintour, Miuccia Prada and Carey Mulligan are welcoming the most glamorous stars on Earth at tonight's Costume Institute's annual ball. This year, fashion's finest are celebrating Prada as well as , who together comprise the Costume Institute's new exhibition, So who's showing up to fete Prada, Schiap and all of fashion's finest? See our continually updated slideshow for all the red carpet glam. Vote on your favorite look of the night, follow for live-tweeting throughout the night and check out and .Also on HuffPost: ?, an embossed-leather duffel with studs all over the bottom, just became "available" for purchase ... but it's already sold out. for the bag, and Wang says the company is going to have to produce more bags than originally planned just to make sure there's stock in-store.If you're one of the 400 -- or a newly minted admirer -- set a notification to find out when it's back in stock at Net-a-Porter, where the bag is stealthily residing under the name (which usually refers to , but Net-a-Porter's is black).All that aside, though -- and with the disclaimer that I do think this is a great bag -- isn't it still a little steep for a sold-out-before-it-hits-the-stores item? Or is this waitlist just a -patronizing micropopulation that's over the recession (if they were ever under it)?If you want your studded black leather duffel now, check out ($475), which is about the same size as the Rocco, and will set you back less than $500. Or shop our guide to , all of which ring in at under $250.Follow Michelle Madhok on Twitter:?Michelle Obama exudes an abundance of class. She's a very intelligent, compassionate and beautiful woman both inside and out. Its such a joy to have a first lady who is admired by many countries throughout the world. She's a strong woman with great dignity and integrity. I'm sure shes not concerned about what DC's superficial socialites have to say about her fashion choices, or what fussy old biddies expect her to wear so she can look like Bess Truman or Jackie O or Nancy Reagan or Laura Bush. Michelle is her own person and always dresses appropriately for whatever the occasion, casual or dressy. It's appalling that these women are more interested in what's in her closet than all the Christian values in her heart, mind and soul. WOMEN should respect and support one another, yet some are eagerly criticizing Michelle Obama's wardrobe! How shallow! I suspect these women feel it's easier and safer to vent their resentment by insulting Michelle's wardrobe rather than blatantly say it's the color of her skin that torments them. These are women who feel Michelle should be a servant in the White House rather than First Lady. It disgusts me that this malicious behavior exists, especially directed towards a remarkable woman who with all of her incredible kindness and compassion has far more decency and elegance and refinement than her vicious attackers. I bet they call themselves Christians but the disgusting odor of hypocrisy gives them away. You would think they would be ashamed!?After wearing ASOS Africa, in Soweto and with Desmond Tutu, Michelle Obama was off to Botswana on Friday with her suitcase full of suitable ensembles.She stepped off the plane in Gaborone in a vibrant Jean Paul Gaultier pantsuit paired with the by Tory Burch. She made a quick outfit change into her Rachel Roy knit jacket, white capris and sneakers before painting murals at the Botswana-Baylor Adolescent Center. Then, it was one more look for dinner -- a beaded collar jacket by ASOS Africa (), a Duro Olowu scarf, black leggings and flats.On Saturday, the Obama gals set out for a safari in the Madikwe Game Reserve. The first lady picked a neutral palette topped off with her fringed Prova scarf. And on Sunday, Michelle bid Botswana adieu, heading home in a cropped trenchcoat over a yellow sweater, black trousers and flats and her square-framed sunglasses.Take a look at Michelle in Botswana and tell us what you think.() ?What a wonderful day although on the subject of Mrs. Obama's dress..As a fashion professional of some 30 years I did'nt find the dress lovely in the least bit...the use of fabric that cntained glimmer and a diamond like collar was so off for a morning event anywhere!!! together with Green shoes and gloves a wonder now what her EVening look will be?Between shows like , Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang and the launch of , Saturday was yet another non-stop day for .To see what you missed, take a look at our slideshow below with our favorite tweets of the day, including Teen Vogue's beauty editor Eva Chen's realization that had traded his signature blue jacket for a suit, 's mocking of and more. Want more? Be sure to check out Stylelist on , , and .?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?One Monday back in January I spent the morning with Amy Powney, Head Designer at Mother of Pearl. Rather than meeting in a fancy restaurant or hotel in Central London, which is often the case, Powney invited me to the brand's studio based in the middle of East London's bustling creative scene. The team were in the middle of preparing for their A/W 2012 collection but were kind enough to devote their morning to talk me through the brand and transport me into the Mother of Pearl world; and I can safely confirm that that world is not a bad place to be. The team are uncompromisingly enthusiastic and passionate about what they do and it's infectious.Whilst you may be unfamiliar with the brand now, give it a year or so and that will change. The company has actually been around for several years but it is only now that things have really come together. Teams have come and gone and the aesthetic has changed several times so it was only four seasons ago when Powney was appointed as head designer that things began to change. This fact isn't something they shy away from. In fact, Powney was pretty frank when asked about it. "People in the industry take fashion very seriously so if you've seen a brand through several different phases, people move on and lose interest. It has taken time to get people to come back and see it but I finally feel like it's at a good point and people can see that it's a good concept." It's the brand's present carnation that has helped win them a legion of fans and become on of the industry's best kept secrets. And while MOP, as the team call it, was established by Maia Norman who continues to serve as creative director, it is Amy who has managed to articulate her easy sports wear vision. But the aesthetic goes beyond sports wear. What instantly strikes you about the clothes is the ease in which they can slip into your wardrobe alongside what you already have, whilst also managing to be statement pieces in their own right. Take the block coloured maxi skirts or simple shirts and round hemmed blazers from their summer collection for example. Whether, like me, you're a woman in your twenties trying to move away from your Topshop years and now invest in quality pieces or you're a forty year-old mother of three, there's something in there for you.With all of the new challenges that the recession has brought, this makes sense. Women are looking for pieces that are multi-functional and will take them from the school run to an after work event and a full on work day in between. "She's always doing something," Powney said about being inspired by Maia's busy lifestyle. "She really wanted to create a casual brand. When Maia and I go out, we want to feel comfortable. I hate that feeling of clothes hugging and pulling on you so you would never see me in big heels and a tight dress. It's much sexier when you see a woman look really comfortable in her own skin and whatever she's wearing. That easiness comes with simpler silhouettes." And it's true. It's this reason that women have fallen in love with Stella McCartney and Phoebe Philo's work at Celine, for example. Their clothes encapsulates the 'for women, by women' mantra, which strangely is a lot less common today that you would expect.It's no surprise then that Powney names celebrities like Tilda Swinton as a source of inspiration and someone who she'd like to see wearing the brand. "I truly believe that women should wear the clothes and not have the clothes wear them but equally, the clothes should reflect your personality and what you want to say" and that's exactly what Swinton does. "She is one of the few women who can wear something a lot more causal to an event but still look great," she said. "It's great when you have those girls that can where something simple and classic but still look amazing." And that's what Mother of Pearl do so well. It's not about being included in the trend round ups for Powney. Instead, she's unapologetic about maintaining the MOP voice so even if you do see the occasional big trend in one of their collections, you can sure as hell count on them being done in a very Mother of Peal way.And it's going down well. Over the past year the brand has teamed up Show Studio on a series of collaborations, launched a hugely successful partnership with Pierre Hardy, are currently working on a pop-up shop in Harrods and their clothes are going down a treat in the new Asian economies. "I'm really proud of that because [the Asian market] just get it," she said. "They're the sort of people that wear brands like Marni and can carry off pieces that are much cooler. When they go out they don't necessarily wear some kind of bod-con dress. They're a lot cooler and that really fits our product and it's fortunate that they're having a boom over there."That acute sense of awareness about what the market is doing and what customers want, is Powney all over. Unlike a lot of young designers she has a good head for business, something she credits Kingston university for, as well a stint working for Giles during his early days. In Amy's world, creativity and business go hand in hand. "One day I might be designing and the next day I'm working on accounts and for me it works. It enables me to really understand what the brand is, where it's going and who the customer is," and that something that is instantly apparent the moment you talk to her. Mother of Pearl was her first job after leaving university but rather than starting off in her current position, she actually began as a design assistant before moving into the business side and later heading the design team. "It was good because I really got to see what worked and what didn't work, which has helped get the brand to where it is now."This head for business and what women want transcends through everything they do, especially their work with the art world. Each season the brand teams up with an acclaimed artist whose work will serve as the starting point of a given collection. What's most exciting about these partnerships is the accessibility. To buy an artwork of their any of their former collaborators like Keith Tyson or Jim Lambie will set you back a fair bit but through these collaborations, you can access these artists. Don't get me wrong, the pieces are more expensive than the middle range high street stores but nothing they sell would warrant losing sleep over, which is proving to be a good business move. The recession is putting pressure on brands to rethink their price points. While the big fashion houses are still there, it's contemporary brands like MOP that are getting the most traction today, especially as spending continues to shift to the middle market. "Years ago we used to have couture on one end of the spectrum and then you had the high street. There was no middle ground - it just didn't exist. Now we have diffusion lines and designers like Alexander Wang and we also have shops like Cos, Whistles and Jaeger who are just completely bridging the gap," Powney said when asked whether contemporary brands will have longevity post-recession. "The reality today is that their quality is as good as the diffusion lines and in some cases as good as the mainlines so now it's becoming really competitive because you customers can get can such great products on the high street." But this is a challenge that the team don't shy away from. "I'm a logical person so I actually like the challenge. Sometimes when you have countless money the process can go on an on and that sometimes frustrates me," she admitted. "I like to have a goal so I can then decide the pockets of the collection where we don't think about the money and it's all about the quality. Then it's also nice having a point where you have to create the more accessible pieces too. We use the statement pieces to show what we can do because they are the visual representation of the brand and the other bits are great but in a different way."Business aside, it's the candid moments during my stay that sums the team up best. "We have so many issues that we face from deliveries and dealing with people in different countries and different languages but when things arrive, we all get excited," she said smiling. "At the end of the day we're all a bunch of girls and we love the clothes," her assistant added. And it shows. Follow Naomi Mdudu on Twitter:?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?Refinery 29 has rounded up New Year's resolutions from some of fashion's finest.Erin Wasson, Model/Designer: "Next year, I'm definitely devoting myself to saving and adopting more animals. I will be on a crusade to do as much as I can. Yes, I can only imagine how crowded my house will be by 2010!"Alexander Wang, Designer: "Hmmm I haven't really made any new year's resolutions--I find that its better to surprise myself than to have expectations I can't keep. But I guess if I had to make one it would be to eat more organic...no junk food. Except for maybe pineapple buns!"?While 's designers are clearly capable of sending gorgeous () looks down the runway, many of them aren't as successful when it comes to their personal style. is famous for his basic uniform: a black T-shirt, blazer and dark denim (though he stepped it up at his Spring 2013 show, switching out blue jeans for a pair of black bottoms). But he's not the only designer to opt for head-to-toe black for the final walk: , Laura Mulleavy of and also wore dark, monochromatic looks. Others, however, took advantage of the opportunity to sport standout pieces from their collection (see Anna Sui, Giovanna Randall and Charlotte Ronson, for example). And while many male designers (like Joseph Altuzarra and Olivier Theyskens) wore casual jeans and tees, LBDs reigned supreme for female designers, including , the girls and .Take a look at the photos below to see how designers closed their shows this past week. Who do you think has the best runway style?Want more? Be sure to check out Stylelist on , , and .?While we love seeing all the exciting, innovative ensembles on the runway and , sometimes most memorable moments are its most outrageous.A PR girl was slapped by Jennifer Eymere, a Jalouse editor, at (and has since sued for $1 million), (post ) and there was that time that .Of course, the clothes on the runway were just as surprising: a totally sheer gown? Olympics as inspiration? ? We're just getting started.As came to a close on Thursday, we decided to gather up all the truly wild looks and moments. We're also looking ahead to London, Milan and Paris for continued outrageousness, so stay tuned. Here are our nominees:Want more? Be sure to check out Stylelist on , , and .?We've teamed up with Greta Larkins, the genius behind the brilliant Tumblr in a weekly series of animated fashion shots.This week, FashGif takes on this beaded jacket from 's spring 2013 show from . Can we expect to see wearing this on the campaign trail? We doubt it, but it sure would make things even more exciting.Want more? Be sure to check out Stylelist on , and .For previous Fashion Gifs, take a peek in our gallery below: ?Black and white comes in many wonderful forms. Franz Kline paintings. Zebra print. Oreos. I've always loved black and white--and every season the color combination finds its way into my collection. It's seasonless, it's crisp and anyone can wear it.?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?If you love Solange Knowles' bold and inspiring style as much as we do, then you'll be thrilled to know that British Vogue.com has picked the singer as February'ssubject. The "Today I'm Wearing" series dedicates an entire month to a particularly fabulous tastemaker and builds a virtual diary of all their daily looks. Genius! We fell in love with the lookbooks from model and actressand shoe designer --so we're super excited about Solange's edition. Make sure to visit everyday for your daily dose of Solange! Here's a look at Solange's first "Today I'm Wearing" outfit--and a week's worth of past fashion moments from the star that we wouldn't mind seeing again. ?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpdedrOwQXI3XX%2B5yNRDO7ET5XeB1iGgJt5ECdU5oFZYECIvEVkntrWRHbW3IytrNEqR%2Be7l59kfXhWQWiN%2FITTFFQlMQKyUnGNNJFVuJK9md8bFFGNHeB%2FhnY5%2B3%2B4IJ6%2BJocFQHUE6%2F?In the most perfect collaboration of all time, Starbucks has teamed up with fashion.Well, with the CFDA, if we're being particular. , CFDA designers Alexander Wang, Billy Reid and Sophie Theallet have each designed a special tee shirt for the coffee company that is inspired by the Starbucks brand. , the shirts each take a unique spin on the ubiquitous caffeine chain. Alexander Wang took literal inspiration and designed a white tee with a messy coffee splash, while Sophie Theallet channeled Starbucks' let's-change-the-world, touchy-feely side with images of the continents and Billy Reid went the abstract expressionist route and put a single, subtle splatter on one shoulder of his coffee-brown tee.The limited edition tees also channel Starbucks in that they are grossly overpriced at $85. Get your own at Nordstrom.com, select Nordstrom stores or starting today.Or just go to Starbucks, pick up a venti skim latte and go walk around with it while wearing dark sunglasses and clutching your Blackberry. That feels more authentically "fashion" to us. See pics of the tees below! Will you be buying? ?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?It's a typical Canadian trait not to boast about ourselves. But this Canada Day, we're parting with our self-effacing tradition and declaring our Canadian style crushes. These days, we have many -- the folks on our list are not only easy on the eyes, they're also stylish by their own accord, and have captured attention across the nation and around the world for making their mark, whether it's in design, fashion, entertainment, or media. From a small town girl working as a supermodel or a design duo helping viewers transform the ordinary into the extraordinary, we're proud of their work and how they represent our nation. And did we mention how really, really, really good-looking they are? (Sorry, couldn't resist the Zoolander reference)Check out our shortlist of stylish Canadian stunners. Who's on your list? With files from Lisa YeungCoco RochaCoco Rocha is a Toronto born, B.C. raised stunner. When she's not trying out , she's strutting various runways -- season after season. The prolific model is a favourite cover girl for the high-fashion mags, and is also known for her outspokenness and a small controversy over looking 'too naked' on the cover ofJessica StamWould you believe that Jessica Stam though she'd grow up to be a dentist? Spotted at a Tim Horton's in Ontario, Stam has sky-rocketed to become one of the most popular models around. Amidst her fashion success, about social media and the overuse of cellphones, then brought in the new year as the This Canadian girl shows her support for our home and native land. Kimberley Newport-Mimran & Joe MimranKimberley Newport-Mimran is the brain behind Pink Tartan. Her husband Joe Mimran's line Joe Fresh is a household name. So here we have an example of a Canadian fashion power couple. With two of the most sought after lines, this couple has taken the Canadian fashion industry by storm and has pushed their collections across the border. Joe Fresh recently launched their flagship store in New York, and Pink Tartan is being sold at Saks Fifth Avenue. They are most certainly a couple to admire and applaud. Shalom HarlowWhile Shalom Harlow may not be as prominent in the past years, this former Canadian supermodel had a daring , where she flashed her boobs in the name of fashion. She was also brought back to walk in an . Will we see more of this 38 year-old model? We hope so. Samantha BeeWe love a funny woman, but we love a funny Canadian woman even more. Samantha Bee joined The Daily Show in 2003 and has been busting our guts ever since. Bee won the Canadian Comedy Award in 2005 for "Pretty Funny Female." She recently appeared on the TV show She's one of those funny, gorgeous women that other women envy and want to be best friends with. Us included. Jessica Par Zou bisou be--yahoo for this Canadian beauty. Jessica Par's sultry secretary Megan Calvet won Don Draper's heart, and her rendition of Zoo Bisou Bisou became a Mad Men hit overnight. But the Canadian-born actress has film credits stretching more than a decade that include the dramatic Lost & Delirious and the less-dramatic Hot Tub Time Machine. Recently named one of People's most beautiful women of 2012, Don Draper's wife will always be, to us, a Montrealer to be proud of.Joe ZeeIf you watched The Hills spin-off The City, you remember Joe Zee as the level-headed, reasonable creative director of American Elle. But despite the yankee pronunciation of his last name, Zee is no American, he's from Toronto. Not only is his style impeccable, he also has a reputation for being nice, and that's pretty gosh darn Canadian, if we do say so ourselves. Brad GoreskiBrad Goreski was Rachel Zoe's super-pal on her reality TV show, but now he's the star of his own show, It's A Brad, Brad World. Always dressed impeccably, the chiseled-featured Goreski has become a character in the fashion world and has won some big-name clients. He's been photographed and walked many a red carpet alongside a-list celebs. He may live in LA but his roots are pure Port Perry, Ontario.Linda EvangelistaCan you guess how many covers Linda Evangelista has been on? No? Well, it's a measly 600. After winning the Miss Niagra beauty pageant in 1988, Evangelista was discovered and soon became a muse to designers the world over and photographers like Steven Miesel. Known for her George Michael video appearance and her notorious line, 'I don't get out of bed for less than $10,000,' the supermodel has maintained a long and productive career, and appears not to age at all. Although she recently through an arduous and very public child-support battle this year, she looked damn good doing it.Tommy Smythe & Sarah Richardson Two is better than one, as this dynamic and attractive design duo proves! Tommy Smythe and Sarah Richardson work side-by-side on the HGTV show 'Sarah 101' and always do it in style. The duo has worked together for 10 years and can turn any ordinary room into an extraordinary one. They've long proven to us that , and often also do so when it comes to their ensembles on the show. DrakeThis former Degrassi star was born in Toronto and has evolved into nothing short of a smooth, stylish phenom. And if his lyrics aren't enough to prove this (our current fave is 'I'll Take Care of You'), just take a gander at this he designed himself, and you'll remember that he's 25 sittin on 25 mil. Ryan GoslingThis London, On-born, Cornwall-raised looker has come a long way since his Hawaiian-print shirts and middle part on (though we must admit we even loved him back then), both in terms of talent and style. With his clean-cut, impeccably-tailored suits and it-looks-like-it's-photoshopped body, we can understand why Ryan Gosling fans took to the streets in protest outside the New York offices of People magazine after the publication named Bradley Cooper sexiest man alive of 2011. Suzanne BoydAs former editor-in-chief of , this gorgeous Halifax-born fashionista is the first person of colour to head a mainstream Canadian publication. She has served on the Editorial Council of the Women's Group of Rogers Media and was a founding member of the Fashion Design Council of Canada - impressive much? As current editor-in-chief of , she's creating a distinct lifestyle voice for the 40+ set, and is doing it ever-so-stylishly. Justin BieberThough he's usually known for his purple hoodies and squeaky clean sneakers, over the years this Stratford, On native has made some edgier fashion choices; he surprised us all by . And he and gal pal Selena were ranked as one of the , according to Teen Vogue. Aliya Jasmine SovaniFor those viewers glued to the edge of their seats during 1 Girl 5 Gays or MTV News, it's no secret that Aliya Jasmine "AJ" Sovani is always on top of the latest trends. This Ottawa-born beauty is of Persian and African-Indian decent, and in 2010 was selected as one of HELLO Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful Canadians and was on the National Post's Worthy-30 to watch list. Jay ManuelWhile we know him best as the "nicer Jay" who directs photo shoots on America's Next Top Model, Jay Manuel is also a makeup artist, fashion photographer, designer and model. Before entering the world of fashion, he was a pre-med student, but has since made a splash in the style industry, with his own clothing line and . And who could forget his trademark silver coif and handsome good looks and style?Steven Sabados & Chris HyndmanThis dashing design duo always look polished to perfection. But rest assured, there are brains behind this blemish-free doublet. After leaving Designer Guys in 2004, Sabados and Hyndman have launched a second successful interior design program, Design Rivals and on their mid-afternoon CBC talk show , they instruct on makeovers, cooking demos, and interior design. Dan LevyIf you watched The Hills, you remember Dan as the sarcastic and witty co-host of The Hills Aftershow. He may have inherited his nerd-chic glasses from his actor father Eugene Levy, but as we watched him poke fun at Laguna Beach graduates over the years, we saw his own impressive style emerge and grow. Catch him these days on The X Factor USA. Measha BrueggergosmanCanadian soprana beauty Measha Brueggergosman has performed throughout Canada and is the recipient of three Grammy awards. Whenever she sings, she does it in true diva style, with amazing, dramatic gowns and exquisite jewelry. Heather MarksThis young, Calgary-born model has made it big in the fashion industry. Known for her doll- like beauty and porcelain face, she has worked for Italian Vogue, Givenchy, Calvin Klein, Emporio Armani and Marc by Marc Jacobs, to name a few. After participating in campaigns for Anna Sui, Revlon, MAC and Nars, it's clear she's made her mark (pun fully intended). Also on HuffPost:?, A classic T-shirt can be worn forever. Its a staple piece that every girl needs in her wardrobe. Its finding that one t-shirt that will look good with practically everything thats the challenge. There are many basic tees on the market, but in my opinion, the is the only one you need to have.Related: I love them because they are the perfect amount of baggy without looking sloppy and the cotton is light but not so sheer that its too see-through. The perfect backdrop for any outfit, T by Alexander Wangs classic tee can be worn with cut-off denim shorts or you can dress it up by tucking it into a pleated skirt and pairing with heels.Related: This soft and sophisticated tee is designed in a signature Alexander Wang fashion, with mini pockets, stretched-out necklines and deep armholes. Available in black, white and other neutral shades, you will soon want one in every colour and will never look back at your old tees again.More stories from TheKit.ca:Related on The Huffington Post Canada: Celebrities who wear white shirts the right way:?Today the internet is crammed with blogs and websites catering to men's style, swagger and taste. For me, there are three gentlemen in particular that have not only mastered their style, but have also successfully inspired men everywhere to add a bit of flair to their daily life.?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpdedrOwQXI3XX%2B5yNRDO7ET5XeB1iGgJt5ECdU5oFZYECIvEVkntrWRHbW3IytrNEqR%2Be7l59kfXhWQWiN%2FITTFFQlMQKyUnGNNJFVuJK9md8bFFGNHeB%2FhnY5%2B3%2B4IJ6%2BJocFQHUE6%2F?eGHZmFyID44mYu00M5dZQhYaAu%2FAmgJCGfYy66NCsZ2EUUrkxATVpY3ZqY8OFl1%2FoXLYoQU8PvUL2Z1kZDKyyoA05FaNsFcAC5NV9gVopOsWvOjkA%2Fbw9Fv1DcoUwx8n4kIuB5Ua5hfpX3jCUjpesA7EFvdsOSuTBc8OfyGzw3GYqrfjYvGOR8QAEXbdlMhN?David Phu wants to keep it casual. Biking, that is. The founder of the Vancouver Cycle Chic Society is asking the city's cyclists to toss their spandex shorts with cushioning and clip-ins aside and embrace casual cycling. What casual cycling is not: dressing like you're in the Tour De France. What casual biking is: dressing with style or as you normally would but still biking to where you need to go.His aim to remove the necessity of sporting gear would make biking much more accessible to the masses. Some North American fashion enthusiasts since before street style was even a thing.But although , Canada's embrace of casual cycle style still lags . So next time you're headed out in heels or a dress, don't second guess your bicycle. Embrace the freedom of riding in style and create a comfortable culture around being a cyclist. It's not a club for athletes only -- it's just a way to get around. Get inspired on what to wear when riding this summer with these items:Related on HuffPost:?Vogue.fr brings you the best of French style live from Paris, and the latest in beauty, culture, Paris parties, fine jewelry, and photography, plus live runway reporting from the shows. We're one of the most influential style brands on the web and the biggest French media brand on , with a significant presence across all the main social media platforms including , , and . In April 2012, we decided to take the voice of Vogue Paris global, with an of the site for our international readers.Vogue Paris magazine has been at the forefront of fashion for more than 90 years, working with hand-picked photographers, artists and designers to translate the mood of the moment in style, art, and culture to inspire and stimulate a community of fashion-forward readers.?NEW YORK — Bikini season may be over, but this is no time to tone down the workout. Many of the styles on the runway at New York Fashion Week flash a bit of skin here or there: bare midriffs, cutout backs, keyhole necklines.The silhouettes in spring previews that entered a fourth day Sunday aren't necessarily skin tight, but it's not a season of full-on floaty frocks, either."We've gone so far away from overt sexiness, but the reality is, sex sells. At some point the shopper wants to be sexy," said Hal Rubenstein, fashion director of InStyle magazine. "Illusion fabric on a shoulder or a little skin showing on a midriff gives you a hint without giving it all away."Victoria Beckham and DKNY continued the trend with bra-style tops, while many of Alexander Wang's looks were seemingly held together by fishing wire. Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week continues through Thursday before the fashion crowd heads to London, Milan and Paris.ZAC POSENThe audience had started griping about Zac Posen's delayed start, but as soon as Naomi Campbell took that first step on the runway, there was a collective "aha."And then there was an "ooh."The spring collection was being modeled on the terrace of Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall by many of the models who helped put Posen on the map a decade ago. Campbell, Erin O'Connor, Karolina Kurkova and Alek Wek were among the catwalkers who'd strut for the newbie because they were such fans of his masterfully made clothes.Fast-forward to the new season, and Posen put them in romantic, glamorous gowns with the intricate, detailed, show-stopping sort of details that first won them over. Campbell wore a corseted daytime dress with a swingy dance hemline, setting the tone. The best of the gowns had either tons of tiny tulle pintucks, mermaid silhouettes or candy-ribbon peplums.DIANE VON FURSTENBERGDiane von Furstenberg called her spring collection "Palazzo." "La Dolce Vita" also would have worked.The muse has "the polish of a princess and the heart of a gypsy," von Furstenberg said, and she travels from Rome to Marrakesh and then off to Jaipur, India.She takes with her on this journey tunics and skinny-leg pants – practically silk leggings – to wear during the day, and a blood-orange scarf gown attached to a silver choker and cuff bracelets for the night. She brings her kiwi-green gown with a cutout neckline just in case she'll need it for a last-minute, black-tie invitation.The trip is definitely more play than work, a bit of a departure for von Furstenberg whose label often is the workhorse of a career woman. But these clothes fuel the fantasy she might be having at her desk.Google co-founder Sergey Brin was on hand and Von Furstenberg and some of the models wore Google Glasses that were collecting video for a project to be released on Google-Plus and YouTube on Thursday.VICTORIA BECKHAMVictoria Beckham's show not only looks like her signature pulled-together, well-edited style, but it feels like her, too.She's the thoughtful hostess with waiters offering morning juice to the crowd at the New York Public Library, but she keeps the guest list very tight. She's one of the biggest draws of the week, but there's no frenzy of paparazzi photographers. (Husband David Beckham, however, did take some photos from his seat.)Beckham said she checks – or doublechecks – every look to make sure "it looks good from every angle."The clothes for spring had a delicacy that she said was new for her this season, although the clothes remained substantial and structured. It was the touch of illusion lace, the lingerie bra top or hemline of pleated chiffon that took the edge off banded short skirts, zip-back sheaths and shirtdresses."I want to design what I want to wear," she said.DKNYWhat can stop traffic in always-bustling New York? Donna Karan in a taxicab-yellow raincoat.Karan took her bow in the eye-catcher at Sunday's DKNY New York Fashion Week preview to the delight of the fashion insiders and to the passers-by on the street who could peek in the open doors to the Chelsea studio space.She turned out a collection of mostly sporty looks featuring white perforated leather (think golf-glove material), camouflage prints, bathing suits-turned-bodysuits, bra tops and long neoprene dresses with mesh backs and sexy inserts. One of those dresses was in the same super-bright yellow that Karan wore.DKNY is supposed to dress its customers every day and for every occasion, Karan said in a post-show interview: "When I can wear the same thing as the girls on the runway, I've done my job."CHADO RALPH RUCCIColor and contemporary details took the show for the luxury line Chado by Ralph Rucci.Rucci and his team mixed old world glamour with new world touches like a swirl pattern of braiding on the sheer top of a chiffon-skirted dress. The same braiding in a riot of neon colors was used on one long sleeve of a basic black pantsuit.Crystals sparkled on a coral blouse worn with a white wrap skirt that carried the pink along the hem, separated by a single black line. The minimalist line was also used in a wearable white tunic with bright pink at the waist and hem, paired with white cigarette pants.A subtle quilting technique called trapunto lent elegance to silk faille suits and dresses made of the wetsuit material neoprene in white and bright pink.THAKOONYou've got to have a sense of humor – and some guts – to send a birdcage-print dress down the runway as the opening look for a New York Fashion Week preview.Thakoon Panichgul proved he has both.The clothes mostly were more serious than silly (Panichgul dresses the first lady sometimes, after all), but, come on, a little gold chain dangling between the beaks of two embroidered birds is certainly a conversation starter."You have to have joy in fashion," Panichgul said in a pre-show interview. "I wanted to show classic cool with whimsy."He got that with a few pieces covered in clear plastic paillettes that mirrored the flashes from photographers' cameras. Panichgul featured many layers of sometimes weighty fabrics, which gave the clothes their shape and structure while still allowing for a looser silhouette.TRACY REESETracy Reese rode her Michelle Obama bump from the Democratic National Convention to the runway, putting on a show of juxtapositions in color, textiles and embellishments."It's still such a big high," Reese smiled backstage after the show. "It reminded us how grateful we have to be to live in this country."In a range of foliage greens, cool blues, warm ochre, tangerine and crimson, Reese put wide bands of flat industrial shingle sequins on airy loose trousers in yellows and reds.She mixed a dainty, beaded floral pattern on top of one sleeveless shift dress with zigzags outlined in black sequins against bold blue on the bottom. Reese worked in phosphorescents to embroider bright pink flowers on the top of a tunic, using the same technique in yellow in a tribal pattern at the bottom.DEREK LAMBurgundy foil paillettes for cocktails or skinny madras plaid trousers with matching jacket in a military green for the office? You can take your pick from Derek Lam's spring collection.Lam's edgy but wearable runway at a downtown venue included black lambskin halter tops and a fitted black leather dress with a pleated hem. Solid-color leather pieces, including a foldover bodice vest and matching skirt in bright blue, stood in contrast to lasercut foil accents on dresses and skirts and macrame and lace work in tweeds and basketweave patterns.Lam went metallic gold for a skirt with macrame that stopped at the knee. Most hems landed just above or below the knee.ALEXANDER WANGThe audience at Alexander Wang is trained to know the best is coming last.The mostly inventive black-and-white, pieced-leather looks that filled the first part of Saturday's show would have held Wang's place as one of the princes of cool. There were sporty parkas, tops inspired by hockey jerseys and even some more refined halter dresses.Wang could have called it a collection and be done with it.However, the final parade of nine models – all wearing a cream color – had their embroidered tank tops, pencil skirts, crewneck dresses and Bermuda shorts turn into glow-in-the-dark lightsticks when they assumed a final pose on the runway and the lights went out.Wang also created a stir by having model Liberty Ross – the wife of the director Kristen Stewart had an affair with – walk the runway, along with the likes of Erin Wasson. Jennifer Aniston's fiance actor Justin Theroux sat in the front row along with rapper A$AP Rocky.MONIQUE LHUILLIERThe red carpet during the upcoming Hollywood awards season could be a sea of ocean-inspired gowns if Monique Lhuillier has anything to do with it.Lhuillier, a favorite source for celebrity gowns, presented a bright aqua lace gown draped with a tulle overlay that gave the illusion of rippling waves – and so did a one-shoulder tiered gown in crepe. A sea-glass green gown was embroidered with sparkly beads and had a low, sheer illusion back, and a textured jacquard strapless gown with a trumpet hemline was an underwater kaleidoscope of colors, including blues, greens and purple."The Emmys are coming up and some of the looks have been selected so they're on hold," said Lhuillier. Bet the gold, coral-embellished sculpted gown that served as the finale is one them.JOSEPH ALTUZARRAOn a rainy Saturday night in Manhattan, fashionistas lined up patiently under umbrellas, undeterred, to catch one of the most buzz-worthy spring previews of Fashion Week: that of rising star Joseph Altuzarra.Actress Kate Bosworth, a big Altuzarra fan, kissed acquaintances and greeted Mamie Gummer, the actress daughter of Meryl Streep. The NBA's Tyson Chandler posed for photos not far from actress Jessica Chastain.The looks that greeted them on the runway were a combination of the very casual – navy-and-white striped cotton jackets and overcoats, for example, evoking kids' overalls – and the glamorous, in the form of gold fringes on everything from skirts to tanks, and crystal-encrusted garments like dramatic scarves draped high around the neck. Workday looks of simple cotton graduated to looks that suddenly shimmered and glistened under the lights, occasionally perhaps a bit blindingly."He's going sky-high," said Nina Garcia, the "Project Runway" judge. "A real original."HERVE LEGERDesigner Max Azria's bandage dresses for Herve Leger are seriously flattering – you can see that best not on the models, who frankly would look good in anything, but on the fashionistas in the audience at his shows.But each show needs to have a new theme, and for Azria's Spring 2013 preview on Saturday, it was something unusual: Quilt-making. From Alabama.One wouldn't ordinarily think of quilt-making from the American South as having much to do with the tight, figure-enhancing dresses that Azria does so well, but the patchwork designs made many of the dresses on display very pretty and colorful, if on a few occasions a bit busy.Particularly appealing was a blue sapphire high-neck bandage dress with "passementerie" embroidery and applique. Another feature of Azria's on full display here were his leather harnesses, in black or tan, around the neck or in the form of a corset.___AP writers Leanne Italie and Jocelyn Noveck contributed to this report.___?NEW YORK, N.Y. - Bikini season may be over, but this is no time to tone down the workout. Many of the styles on the runway at New York Fashion Week flash a bit of skin here or there: bare midriffs, cutout backs, keyhole necklines.The silhouettes in spring previews that entered a fourth day Sunday aren't necessarily skin tight, but it's not a season of full-on floaty frocks, either."We've gone so far away from overt sexiness, but the reality is, sex sells. At some point the shopper wants to be sexy," said Hal Rubenstein, fashion director of InStyle magazine. "Illusion fabric on a shoulder or a little skin showing on a midriff gives you a hint without giving it all away."Many of Alexander Wang's looks were seemingly held together by fishing wire. Rag & Bone flashed some skin with strategic cutouts and at Peter Som, midriff-baring cutouts were carved into ladylike sheath dresses. Designers including Jason Wu, Rebecca Taylor and Richard Chai showed bra-style tops.ALEXANDER WANGThe audience at Alexander Wang is trained to know the best is coming last.The mostly inventive black-and-white, pieced-leather looks, many seemingly held together by fishing wire, that filled the first part of Saturday's show would have held Wang's place as one of the princes of cool. There were sporty parkas, tops inspired by hockey jerseys and even some more refined halter dresses.Wang could have called it a collection and be done with it.However, the final parade of nine models all wearing a cream colour had their embroidered tank tops, pencil skirts, crewneck dresses and Bermuda shorts turn into glow-in-the-dark lightsticks when they assumed a final pose on the runway and the lights went out.Wang also created a stir by having model Liberty Ross the wife of the director Kristen Stewart had an affair with walk the runway, along with the likes of Erin Wasson. Jennifer Aniston's fiance actor Justin Theroux sat in the front row along with rapper A$AP Rocky."In such a short time, Alex has redefined urban utility," said Laura Brown, Harper's Bazaar features and special projects director, who picked a cut-out silver dress as her favourite. "There's always a sexiness to his clothes, but this season he brought a glamour, too."JOSEPH ALTUZARRAIt was a rainy Saturday night in Manhattan, and getting a taxi was murder. But fashionistas lined up patiently under umbrellas, undeterred, to catch one of the most buzz-worthy spring previews of Fashion Week: that of rising star Joseph Altuzarra.Inside the Industria Superstudio in the chic meatpacking district, the excitement was palpable. Actress Kate Bosworth, a big Altuzarra fan, kissed acquaintances and greeted Mamie Gummer, the actress daughter of Meryl Streep. The NBA's Tyson Chandler posed for photos not for from actress Jessica Chastain.The looks that greeted them on the runway were a combination of the very casual navy-and-white striped cotton jackets and overcoats, for example, evoking kids' overalls and the glamorous, in the form of gold fringes on everything from skirts to tanks, and crystal-encrusted garments like dramatic scarves draped high around the neck. Workday looks of simple cotton graduated to looks that suddenly shimmered and glistened under the lights, occasionally perhaps a bit blindingly."He's going sky-high," said Nina Garcia, the "Project Runway" judge. "A real original."MONIQUE LHUILLIERThe red carpet during the upcoming Hollywood awards season could be a sea of ocean-inspired gowns if Monique Lhuillier has anything to do with it.Lhuillier, a favourite source for celebrity gowns, presented a bright aqua lace gown draped with a tulle overlay that gave the illusion of rippling waves and so did a one-shoulder tiered gown in crepe. A sea-glass green gown was embroidered with sparkly beads and had a low, sheer illusion back, and a textured jacquard strapless gown with a trumpet hemline was an underwater kaleidoscope of colours, including blues, greens and purple."The inspiration this season came from a wonderful trip I had in Turkey and I was on a boat and I was looking at the beautiful landscape and water and I was like, that's it. This is the feeling I want for spring," Lhuillier said backstage."The Emmys are coming up and some of the looks have been selected so they're on hold," said Lhuillier. Bet the gold, coral-embellished sculpted gown that served as the finale is one them.___AP National Writer Jocelyn Noveck contributed to this report.___Follow AP Fashion on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AP_Fashion?NEW YORK — While Kristen Stewart promoted a new film in Toronto, her one-time romantic rival took to the runway.Liberty Ross, the wife of "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders, walked the catwalk during the Alexander Wang show on Saturday at New York Fashion Week wearing a white wind-breaker with a pencil skirt.Stewart and Sanders issued public apologies following tabloid reports they had a brief affair while Stewart was dating her "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson.Ross, 33, has mostly retired from modeling and most recently appeared in "Snow White and the Huntsman" as Stewart's mother.Stewart appeared in public for the first time since the scandal broke on Thursday for the premiere of "On the Road" at the Toronto International Film Festival. Hundreds of "Twilight" fans came out to show support for the 22-year-old actress.Meanwhile, Alexander Wang's show is one of the hottest tickets at fashion week and he's made a splash before using models who aren't regular runway walkers. Last season it was Gisele Bundchen, Shalom Harlow and Karolina Kurkova. On Saturday, runway graduate Erin Wasson also returned to his catwalk.?NEW YORK, N.Y. - A group of employees has sued designer Alexander Wang for allegedly forcing them to work 16-hour days without overtime.The 30 workers charged that Wang violated numerous New York State labour laws at his Chinatown operation.According to the New York Post (http://nyp.st/yuSEE1 ), the $50 million lawsuit claims the workers had to spend long hours in a cramped, windowless room.The suit was filed in Queens Supreme Court.Representatives for Wang declined to comment. They said they had not yet been served with the papers.Wang opened a flagship store in Chinatown last year. ?She's 5 feet tall. There is no such thing as a five foot tall pro model. You don't need to own a modeling agency to know that. Although an ounce of brains might help. And she has enough talent to do a lot more than stand there looking annoyed. ( And I work in the PR business, so I do know.)?Zoe Kravitz will star in Alexander Wang's T fall ad campaign, . The 21-year-old daughter of Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet has posed alongside model Max Motta in ads that will hit NYC streets come Thursday, promoting Wang's ready-to-wear duds.Wang will also release a video starring model Abbey Lee, "not walking down Wall Street past buildings, but there's wind and newspapers flying all over the place. It's very moody and seductive--like looking at a perfume ad where you feel for the girl a lot more," he explained. ?The legendary accessory, named after the 1960s actress Jane Birkin, was designed for her by Herms in the early 1980s and is one of the most expensive handbags made today. Four fetched more than 39,000 each. The top three bags C including A 1998 Rouge Moyen alligator Birkin at 49,250 C went to wealthy private buyers from Asia and Europe, each for more than the price of a three-bedroom house in Lancashire.But the expensive-handbag phenomenon isn't just the world's elite spending more than the average UK salary on one handbag. In London, and across the country, women, from secretaries to shop assistants, are forking out hundreds of pounds for a piece of leather luxury to carry on their arms.This flies in the face of the "age of austerity" in which consumers were expected to make huge cutbacks, withhold their spending and heed warnings of government cuts and job losses. Handbags are one of the most popular presents flying out of the stores this Christmas. From Cline to Herms, sales are soaring. Mulberry's latest results, for the six months to the end of September, revealed a 207 per cent rise in pre-tax profit, to 4.7m.So will the desire for luxury handbags fade? And how is the rest of the luxury sector faring?Fashion plays its part. The large designer logo and giant handbag fad may be waning. In next month's Vogue, that Bible of chic heralded "the plain bag movement". Its editorial declared: "It is no longer chic to flash big logo IDs or be weighed down by X-large bags. Sleek and unadorned were bywords for chic."But, despite the new trend for smaller logos, the latest must-have handbags still sell for hefty prices C upwards of 600. Next season, when the fashion pack grabs Cline's envelope, Alexander Wang's frame bag, Chlo's duffle or Mulberry's satchel, the dent in their pockets will be deep.Christmas sales of handbags are always high, but Selfridges reports that handbag sales are up on last year. (See box, facing page.)Expensive handbag buying can be explained in sociological terms. As the French theorist Jean Baudrillard noted, consumption, rather than production, is the driver in capitalist societies. He pointed to the symbolic value of an object C the value assigned to an object by society C and its "sign value" C its value within a system of objects. So while an expensive handbag has no added functional benefit over a cheaper model, what it says about the owner is priceless.And buyers don't seem to care about the price. Luca Solca, a senior research analyst in the European general retail and luxury goods sector at Sanford C Bernstein, says: "Handbags work as 'markers': given their recognisable shape, design patterns and C in many cases C visible logos, consumers can use them to 'tick the box' and show that they 'belong'. I see no other product category that can provide this function so effectively for women."Where men tend to use watches as their status symbols, many women C even those without cars, homes and any savings in the bank C have an expensive handbag. One leather goods designer who has benefited from women's obsession with bags is Graeme Ellisdon, who founded Osprey 30 years ago."Ah, the language of handbags," he cries. "Your handbag says as much about you as the car you drive: it's intensely personal. And while a woman's choice of handbag is probably something that most men don't consciously notice, other women clock immediately. Obvious logos are one thing but also we're a design-savvy nation, so while some might be impressed by your spending power, women are just as likely to judge whether your bag suits you, is the right shape or size, or a glorious colour."Handbags win over shoes or clothes for sheer ease of purchase. No sweaty, stressful changing room and it doesn't matter if you are having a "fat day". The handbag will always fit.But the handbag is not just a symbol of perceived wealth. Mulberry's chief executive, Godfrey Davis, says women also appreciate the investment a good bag represents. The company sells bags ranging between 400 and 900, with a few made of exotic skins selling at around 3,000."There is a misconception that only rich people buy expensive bags, but a huge proportion are bought by people as an investment. Clothes go out of fashion, whereas leather goods C in a neutral shade C last throughout the seasons. You can buy it in May, but you can also buy it at Christmas. We have few markdowns and discounts because we don't sell off old styles. This is also attractive to the consumer because they know if they buy a Bayswater bag it will not be suddenly out of fashion. So spending 700 on a bag you use every single day, works out cheaper, over time, than the daily morning coffee."Mr Ellisdon believes the obsession with bags will endure. "This climate of economic uncertainty has an upside: it makes customers more discerning in what they buy. Whereas the trend used to be to buy ostentatious luxury, with logos and large monograms, now the move is towards genuine quality, hand-stitching and the best leathers," he says.It is not just established home players that want a piece of the action in the UK. Coach, the US leather goods company, is keen to join in. It has hired the property adviser Michael Horwitz & Co to find stores in London and plans to open in the capital's Westfield shopping centre and Bond Street within months.However, within the sophisticated fashion worlds of Europe and the US, the handbag sector remains in its infancy, relatively speaking.Erwan Rambourg, a luxury and sporting goods analyst at HSBC, says: "Apart from a few exceptions, such as Japan, the penetration of high-end handbags is relatively low compared with its potential. Intelligent marketing by brands, which are promoting different uses C such as going out, going to work, weekend, night, day, and so on C is supporting growth. Most sales are still driven by recruitment, ie, the first-time buyers rather than repeat purchasers. But we believe handbags will not lose out to other categories such as watches or accessories. We see all categories in luxury growing together."The luxury goods brands focus on handbags and accessories because they are more profitable than clothing. Mr Rambourg says: "Generally, leather goods are more profitable because the accessories don't have to be made in different sizes and don't go into sale. Many brands have seen leather goods and accessories increase as a percentage of sales. Burberry is a good example of this."European and US markets are, in fact, just the tip of the iceberg for the sector. "Globalisation has meant the whole of the world follows the same trends," says Mr Davis."Now, the bestseller in New York and London is the bestseller in Korea and Hong Kong, too. The Chinese market, for instance, is catching up quickly. Whereas it might have taken Europe 30 years to become sophisticated buyers, the Chinese, who may have been interested in big logos, will quickly move on to become sophisticated buyers. This is why there is terrific growth potential in China for European brands with classic products."There are many cities in China the size of Birmingham, with huge potential. And, whereas previously they made up a tiny percentage, we are already seeing many buyers in London from China and Brazil."Even smaller UK names are seeing the potential. After opening a London flagship for Osprey in Covent Garden, Mr Ellisdon is plotting a move into the China market.China's luxury goods market is still dominated by male consumers. Watches, for example, have been an important growth driver so far, but analysts predict the handbag is the heir apparent.Jonathan De Mello, the head of retail consultancy at property adviser C B Richard Ellis, says: "There has been a big change in the type of customers shopping in Bond Street and Sloane Street, with the Chinese replacing the Russians as the pre-eminent shopper group. Chinese, Russian and Middle Eastern shoppers are attracted to London because of the high taxes levied on imported Western goods in their domestic markets, which makes purchasing these products in Europe 20 to 30 per cent less expensive for them. They are also attracted by the cachet of purchasing a luxury item from its country of origin. Many retailers trading in London's principal luxury streets have recognised this trend, and a number have recruited Chinese- and Russian-speaking staff as a result."The handbag phenomenon has, meanwhile, created successful careers in the UK for many new designers. One of the edgiest is Katie Hillier, who has a personal collection of more than 2,000 bags. Having worked her magic for brands including Luella, Hogan, and Marc by Marc Jacobs, she launched her own line of accessories this year.Although still a small part of the luxury sector, handbags are playing an important role in its growth. Based on the 2009 survey from Altagamma and Bain Consulting, accessories and leather goods account for 24 and 12 per cent respectively of the sector.The latest figure, for the luxury goods sector as a whole in 2009, was 153bn (130bn), with the market estimated to have expanded to 168bn during 2010.Luxury goods are in fashion with investors this season as well. Recent bid speculation has circled Burberry, which saw a 96 per cent rise in its share price this year. While LVMH's stealth stake-building in rival Herms shows the sector has plenty more growth C and thousands more handbags to be sold for silly prices worldwide.Osprey launches flagshipGraeme Ellisdon, who founded the leather goods manufacturer Osprey 30 years ago, is in talks to open a flagship London store at St Martin's Courtyard in Covent Garden. The business sells its own-designed handbags and leather goods, as well as furniture and homewares. Mr Ellisdon first made his name designing belts for Paul Smith and Princess Diana in the 1980s. The company now has seven designer outlet stores and two full-price stores in the UK.Top five bestselling handbags at SelfridgesMulberry: Alexa: 750Alexander Wang: Rocco: 795Chlo: Paraty: 800Marc by Marc Jacobs: Hillier Hobo: 350Michael Kors: Hamilton Tote: 320?With a return to Nineties grunge tailoring on the cards, her signature ascetism is more relevant than ever.But her eponymous label isn't enjoying a revival so much as celebrating its endurance; Demeulemeester's clothes have a cult following of devoted fans, built up over the 23 years since she first showed at London Fashion Week, one of the so-called Antwerp Six, alongside Dries van Noten and Walter van Beirendonck.Demeulemeester, 51, offers a practical code for modern dressing, a range of high-end staples and classics rendered in her own idiosyncratic and luxurious tastes C and available now as a more accessible capsule collection for online emporium thecorner.com."The purpose of it is to offer some pieces that are typical and minimalist," she explains. "Just to have some good pieces in your wardrobe that hopefully you would wear for a long time."The collection contains some of Demeulemeester's "hall of fame" items: a precisely cut, long-line leather waistcoat; tapering black trousers in her preferred peg cut; a cashmere black tank spattered with white flecks; and capacious and stylishly saggy black leather shoulder bag. All pieces are what Demeulemeester has become known for, along with her crisply tailored shirts, flowing long skirts and stompy leather boots, and which are now being emulated by newcomers such as Alexander Wang and Simone Rocha. "They're classic minimal pieces," she says of the purist look that she has made her own. "I've made this stuff for 20 years every day C it's my universe."It's a universe that is regularly slapped with the "Gothic" sticker, thanks to the designer's preoccupation with a monochrome palette. "For me, Gothic is something from my youth, when I had a heavy metal phase," she laughs. "It's too easy to say that orange is happy and black is sad. To me, black is perfect. You can fill it with the emotion you want to express. My work has always been about authentic feeling, and I think we live in a time where we need that."Demeulemeester built the foundation for her brand during times almost as straitened as these. She turned to fashion only after an interest in portraiture led her to concentrate on the personality as expressed through clothing, and to study at Antwerp's Royal Academy. After she brought her first collection to London, it was bought in its entirety by Barneys and Demeulemeester's fusion of minimalism, menswear and modernised Victoriana entered the mainstream."I think it was an advantage that people discovered at the same time six new designers from a country nobody had heard of," she shrugs. "I tried to believe that if I was doing something that was not there, then I had a chance. I made things that I would love to wear C it was the only way I could do it, otherwise I was not interested."Demeulemeester's single-mindedness borders on intransigence, but it is born of a passion for her aesthetic. For many years, she was her own fit model, and works with her husband, photographer Patrick Robyn, to create the menswear range that she launched in 1996. The couple have been together since their late teens."I can make 10 jackets of the same colour, same two pockets and same length, that will look like 10 completely different jackets when you put them on," she says. "It's about the way they are cut C it makes them look and feel completely different, and move differently, and that's a never-ending study. People who wear my clothes will know exactly what I mean."Ann Demeulemeester for The Corner is available now. thecorner.com?Men's ready-to-wear A/W 2011/2012 January/February InternationalThe fall/winter 2011/12 collections will be showcased in European fashion capitals, with Milan starting the presentations (January 15-19), followed by Paris (January 20-23). London Fashion Week, which presents women's and men's collections during the same period, will run from February 18-23. In New York, men's and women's ranges will be shown alongside each other from February 10-17.Hong Kong Fashion Week A/W 2011/2012 January 17 - 20 Hong KongAs the largest annual fashion industry gathering in Asia, the fair hosted over 1,700 exhibitors from 24 countries and drew more than 21,000 buyers from 92 countries in 2010. The event has steadily expanded its World Boutique section, which showcases designer labels from the U.S. and Europe. Various collections including women's wear, men's wear, children's wear, sportswear, lingerie, swimwear, evening wear, as well as fashion accessories, shoes and costume jewelry will once again be presented during Hong Kong Fashion Week.Berlin Fashion Week A/W 2011/2012 January 19-22 Berlin, GermanyGermany's most progressive couturiers, including Kilian Kerner, Lala Berlin, Patrick Mohr, Perret Schaad, and Anja Gockel will showcase their collections during the 8th Mercedes-Benz Berlin Fashion Week, which will run concurrently with the capital's biggest street and urbanwear fair Bread & Butter (January 19-21).Haute Couture A/W 2011/2012 January 24-28 Paris, FranceThe world's leading haute couture week, which had been reserved for dramatic fashion shows presenting out-of-this-world creations by designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy, or Chanel, has added haute jewelry to its roster. The field's most prestigious brands such as Boucheron, Cartier, Chaumet, and Van Cleef & Arpels now complement France's most storied couturiers. This year, runway shows and presentations will run from January 24- 27.S?o Paulo Fashion WeekJanuary 28- February 2S?o Paulo, BrazilStarted in 1996, S?o Paulo Fashion Week has evolved into the most important fashion event in Latin America and has elevated itself onto the same playing field as the prestigious fashion weeks in Paris, Milan, New York and London. Expect to see catwalk shows by major Brazilian labels like Ricardo Almeida, Reinaldo Louren?o, and Ronalda Fraga, as well as by luxury European brands like Chanel and Versace. The most anticipated event of SPFW is by far the presentations of sexy Brazilian beachwear lines like Amir Slama's Rosa Cha.Copenhagen Fashion Week A/W 2011/2012 February 2-6 Copenhagen, DenmarkNorthern Europe's largest fashion event draws some 60,000 designers, buyers, and press twice a year (every February and August). Danish fashion is known for its unique angle on design, innovation and aesthetics with a more modern approach to femininity and functionality, expressed in fresh silhouettes. Coupled with its leading trade fairs CPH Vision, Gallery and the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair, the Danish capital is quickly cementing its status as a global fashion hub.New York Fashion Week?A/W 2011/2012 February 10-17 New York, USThe event kicks off the women's ready-to-wear season in the four fashion capitals (the other three being London, Milan, and Paris), the most important time in the fashion half-year. American designers including Michael Kors, Alexander Wang, and Calvin Klein will all showcase their collections.London Fashion Week? A/W 2011/2012 February 18-23 London, UKFollowing New York's Fashion Week, London's event brings together established British designers including Richard Nicoll and Pual Smith, and new talents like the actress-cum-designer Sienna Miller who founded Twenty8Twelve with her sister. Issa London, the Brazilian designer who made the now-famous sapphire blue dress that Kate Middleton wore to announce her engagement to Prince William, is among those scheduled to stage a catwalk show. London Fashion Week will showcase both women's and men's collections. Women's ready-to-wear A/W 2011/2012 February/March InternationalThe fall/winter 2011/12 collections will be showcased in European fashion capitals, with Milan starting the presentations (February 23- March 1). The fashion week in the French capital will wrap up the season between March 1-9 after the programs in New York, London, and Milan. The most anticipated shows comprise the biggest names in the industry such as Balenciaga, Dior, Chanel and local French favorites Isabel Marant and Sonia Rykiel.Tokyo Fashion Week A/W 2011/2012 March 19-25 Tokyo, JapanJapan's design stars including Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Gar?ons) or Yohji Yamamoto have long been showing their collections outside Tokyo, but the city remains a breeding ground for exciting, up-and-coming talent made in Japan. Japan Fashion Week will be held concurrently with its prestigious global fashion fair Livingroom in Tokyo (March 22-24).Moscow Fashion Week A/W 2011/2012 March 31- April 5 Moscow, RussiaThe biggest fashion event in Eastern Europe will celebrate its 11th year in existence this year, showcasing the best in Russian design as well as from the former Soviet republics: Ukraine, Byelorussia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Georgia, etc.Barcelona Bridal Week May 10-15 Barcelona, SpainThe 21st Bridal Week, which sees shows and presentations from domestic and international designers including 'Queen of the Wedding Dress' Vera Wang, outshines New York Bridal Week (April 9-11) as the leading event in the field given the event's history and prestige. This year, some 240 brands are expected to exhibit in the 30,000-square-meter space and as many as 30 bridal fashion catwalk shows will be staged for the 13,800 expected attendees.Australia Fashion Week S/S 2011/12May 2-6 Sydney, AustraliaRosemount Australian Fashion Week is the Asia Pacific's premier stop on the international fashion week circuit joining Paris, Milan, New York and London. The five-day official schedule includes on-site collection shows held within state-of-the-art collection showrooms, off-site collection shows, The Gallery and The Presentation Suites at The Westin Sydney.Men's ready-to-wear S/S 2011/12 June/July InternationalThe spring/summer 2012 men's collections will be showcased in European fashion capitals, with Milan starting the presentations (June 18-22), followed by Paris (June 23-26).London Fashion Week S/S 2011/12 September 17-22 London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their spring-summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion Week S/S 2011/12 September 21-27 Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's spring-summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion Week S/S 2011/12 September 28-October 6 Paris, FranceThe season of spring-summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.Haute Couture S/S 2011/12 July 4-7 Paris, FranceThe world's leading haute couture week, which had been reserved for dramatic fashion shows presenting out-of-this-world creations by designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Givenchy, or Chanel, has added haute jewelry to its roster. The field's most prestigious brands such as Boucheron, Cartier, Chaumet, and Van Cleef & Arpels now complement France's most storied couturiers. This year, runway shows and presentations will run from July 4-7.New York Fashion Week S/S 2011/12 September 8-15 New York, USThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talent, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Tokyo Fashion Week S/S 2011/12 September 17-21 Tokyo, JapanTokyo's Fashion Week wraps up the global fashion presentations and runway shows for the S/S 2012 season.?The Ace is supremely hip, from its bearded, lithe doormen to the rock music-themed cocktails (Pablo Honey, Lust for Life, London Calling). The main lounge is an everyday sanctum for Apple Mac users to chill out in; hotel guests and local itinerant freelancers alike combine to make the ground floor feel like a real hub, although jostling for seats can be aggravating. Later in the day, a roster of DJs spin their tunes here.Still, it's definitely worth staking a claim on one of the sofas or long benches to soak up a bit of the Ace's atmosphere; it's not often that a hotel becomes such a focus for so varied a scene, and people-spotting here can be rewarding.Happily, there are plenty of other places to pop a squat around the former boarding house, built in 1904. The Ace has two restaurants attached to it, a sandwich bar and an acclaimed coffee shop, Stumptown Roasters, whose rich aromas waft enticingly into the lobby.The Breslin Bar and Dining Room is the latest Michelin-starred offering from April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman, of Manhattan's ultra-exclusive gastropub The Spotted Pig, specialising in meaty feasts. It's fantastic for dinner but also a brilliant lunch option (adjustable waistband advised), when it's a little quieter and easier to get a table.On the other side of the building, the John Dory Oyster Bar focuses more on cocktails, devised by Sasha Petraske of trendy members' bar Milk & Honey, and seafood sharing platters masterminded by Bloomfield. If it all sounds a bit name-dropperish, it probably is (and be prepared to queue for a table) but the food, drink and service don't suffer for it.Also attached to the hotel is a branch of the newly cult and achingly cool department store Opening Ceremony, which stocks labels such as Comme des Gar?ons, Alexander Wang and numerous in-house collaborations with big name stars, such as Chlo? Sevigny. Its wacky and original conceptual interior and installations are worth a visit in their own right.LocationAce aficionados can buy tote bags from reception emblazoned with the hotel's locale: West 29th Street and Broadway. The area might not be much to shout about just yet, but the hotel is determined to make it so, and the surroundings are showing signs of improvement.The allure of the Ace is that it's situated in an area where people live. That's not to say it's far from the tourist attractions (the Empire State Building is a matter of blocks away, as is the Theatre District) but it means there are plenty of good cafs, delis and laid-back restaurants in walking distance. The newly extended High Line C a park built on a former railway C is a few blocks away, too, and provides a pleasant place to stroll.ComfortDespite its highly stylised conceit, the Ace offers rooms catering for a range of budgets, from "cheap", via "small" to "large" and "loft". Some rooms have bunk beds and, since the aesthetic of the place is quite urban vintage anyway, these functional and basic rooms still manage to look fairly chic.Dcor revolves around idiosyncratic, often novelty, touches C many rooms are furnished with electric guitars, mini-bars are encased in rock star-style rider cases, and bathrooms look near-institutional with their white tiles and heavy iron fixtures. In one room, the wall above the bed reads "Play Safe"; in another, the mirror above the sink reads "Love is Meant to Make Us Glad". Elsewhere, there are murals and abstract smearings. This may all sound a little hokey but it works within the starkness of the hotel's interiors.It all makes for a practical, slick and bohemian setting, entirely in-keeping with the Ace's personality, but devoid of some of the luxuries one might want, or indeed expect, when paying prices towards the top end of the scale C a bunk room goes for about $360 (240) a night. That said, the rooms are spacious and light, beds are comfy and many windows have a prize view of the lower floors of the Empire State Building.Ace Hotel, 20 West 29th Street, New York City, US (001 212 679 2222; acehotel.com/newyork)Rooms ****Value ***Service ****Doubles start at $415 (277), room only.?FOR: Rhiannon HarriesDespite the appealing insouciance of the expression, there are few stylish items of clothing that one can honestly claim to have "thrown on". Not so the cape, however. In fact, the act of slinging a cape around one's shoulders pretty much sums up the appeal of what will, if designers have their way, be the outerwear of the season C relaxed, artless, yet undeniably theatrical and dynamic. You could hardly say the same of struggling with the toggles on last winter's hipster choice C the duffle coat C could you? For all its simplicity, the cape is one of the hardest working garments in fashion this season, popping up in multiple forms across the catwalks C often within the same collection C and lending itself to all manner of contrasting aesthetics.Some of the references are familiar. Hussein Chalayan accessorised a voluminous camel version with binoculars for an old-school explorer vibe, at Missoni the rough-hewn patchwork knit had a nomadic, tribal feel, and it was all hunting and fishing with quilting and houndstooth at Daks. Elsewhere, the cape proved it could rise to more unexpected challenges.Alexander Wang's smart, mannish offering eschewed soft volume for sharp shoulders and straight lines. Erdem and Jaeger used hand embroidery and cut-out details, respectively, to emphasise that its practicality could be matched by prettiness. And at Yves Saint Laurent, Stefano Pilati brought out the cape's subversive side, offsetting the primness of waist-length versions by rendering them in transparent PVC (bravo, Signor Pilati C more designer clothes should be wipe-clean I feel).My favourite cape, however, though was the show-stopper at Celine. Knee-length white sheepskin, it looked like all your Christmases rolled into one gloriously cosy, glamorous garment. And that, in a nutshell, is the beauty of the cape; comfort and style in generous and equal measure. Cape refuseniks will tell you that they are impractical and seriously restrict your arms, but unless you have a day of semaphore practice planned, the inconvenience is slight. I speak from experience, having spent most of last winter in a cape (such is the central heating in my house that I wore mine to bed on a couple of occasions).Make no mistake, I may have been an early convert but I'm by no means an adventurous dresser. Ordinarily, I am too lazy to buy into high fashion looks involving towering heels or complicated necklines and too self-conscious for serious, statement pieces. So I was delighted to find that wrapping myself in what was essentially a nice, warm blanket with a couple of gold buttons (vintage St Michael by Marks & Spencer courtesy of my great aunt) garnered more approval from stylish peers than anything else I've owned. In fact, it was such a roaring success, it meant I could wear even more boring clothes than usual underneath and all was forgiven.While interviewing the American singer Rufus Wainwright, he barely seemed aware of my presence in the room until I stood up to go and put on my cape. "That is soooo cute!" he drawled, suddenly full of a new-found respect. I should never have taken the darn thing off. And if the superficial and fleeting warmth of a pop star isn't enough to convince you, remember that in a British winter you will spend so much time in your coat that you will come to be partly defined by it. So if you are aiming for Grace Kelly on Oscars night then you'll take my advice and invest in Halston Heritage's divine black cashmere cape. If, however, you'd rather be Kenny from South Park, then, by all means, buy a parka.AGAINST: Carola LongWay back last winter, when capes appeared on the catwalk as a major trend, I was quite excited about them. Here was a piece we hadn't seen for a while; a rather novel and dramatic addition to the outerwear themes that tend to come and go on rotation; military detailing, leather jackets or boyfriend coats. As autumn closes in, however, and the time to buy a cape is nigh, guess what? I've lost interest. The cape is one of those items I happily flirted with from a safe distance, but when it comes to making the relationship permanent I've got cold feet (and potentially cold arms and a cold stomach). It's just not a serious coat, a keeper like a peacoat or a cosy blanket wrap style.I don't loathe capes; they don't make me shudder in the way that clip-in hair extensions or the words "unexpected item in bagging area" do. I'll admit they have a certain dramatic, and sometimes sweetly eccentric charm, but perhaps some of that originality is cancelled out when it's a trend with a capital T. And in a season focusing on so-called real clothes C on understated, pure and practical pieces C the cape seems a bit of an attention-seeking anomaly. Like very small bags that denote that the wearer is a streamlined fashion goddess who doesn't need to carry around such pedestrian stuff as tissues and umbrellas, the cape is for people who don't worry about trailing garments getting stuck in Tube doors in a horrible rush-hour version of Isadora Duncan in her Bugatti or other prosaic matters such as getting pneumonia from cold draughts.Capes also limit what you wear, because they work best with trousers, preferably peg, straight or skinny ones. Pair one with a maxi skirt and you could look like the grim reaper. With an A-line skirt? Too triangular. Wide trousers, too, need a slimmer line on top to balance out the proportions. Capes are a classic good-on-the-hanger or catwalk piece; the white furry Celine version looks like quite the most sophisticated cosy piece you could wish to own, but in everyday life isn't there a danger of resembling an overgrown child playing a sheep in the school nativity play?And there's the thing; for every free spirited style icon who makes the cape look achingly cool there's a risk of resembling Dracula, Little Red Riding Hood, Batgirl and numerous other superheroes. Edna Mode the wardrobe mistress character in The Incredibles who evokes Anna Wintour and Hollywood costume designer Edith Head, certainly wouldn't approve of this particular trend. When designing outfits for Mr and Mrs Incredible she recounts the superheroes whose flowing robes have caused their demise before decreeing, "no capes." Even the new Sherlock Holmes has traded in his cape for a much more dashing greatcoat.?It used to be that the only directives with socks were these: make sure they match, and make sure you take them off first when seducing someone, to avoid that awkward stockinged-feet-and-bare-leg stage. But as socks become a trend in their own right, it's time to put a bit more thought into the space between your statement trousers and your must-have footwear. It's time to pull them up C quite literally.Visionary designer Miuccia Prada has long made use of socks as a styling tool, usually plumping for pairs of the downright dingy, ribbed grey-school-uniform variety. Needless to say, they're fabulous. This season, in her Miu Miu collection, they were conspicuously smoothed up calves between platform brogues and printed half-mast trousers, a bit of eye-catching frumpiness in an otherwise vibrant show. It's a tricky look to pull off C and one which will buck against all your aesthetic instincts C but choose pairs in nostalgic navy and grey (somehow black is still just too utilitarian) and hike them up to a height your nan would be proud of.Meanwhile, novelty numbers were once the preserve of the office idiot, but thanks to Meadham Kirchhoff and the stalwart Paul Smith, fancy patterns, lurid Lurex and bright colours are all back in vogue above your brogue. Frills, too, have made a reappearance, inspired by a retro revival of bobby-soxer-esque preppy, hipster tastes, but be sure to tone down the girlishness with androgynous shoes or chunky flatforms. Socks and heels can work, too C as witnessed at Alexander Wang and Dries Van Noten C but keep styles edgy rather than overtly feminine, for fear of straying too far into FHM territory.So begin, be bold and be brave. Remember that it is a far, far better thing to have your socks noticed for their coolness, rather than because you've made the mistake of pretending they don't exist and settled for a vomit-inducing trainer sock or an orthopaedic pop-sock. Take as your example the models at autumn's Comme des Gar?ons show and opt for simple white, let it slouch around your ankle and banish all thoughts of Michael Jackson.?Fashion: A word in your shell, likeWith Chinese designers such as Vivienne Tam and Alexander Wang making their mark on Western shoppers in recent seasons, the latest addition to fashion's cultural revolution is jewellery designer Bao Bao Wan, who is set to cause a stir when her range launches at Matches this month. Wan is the granddaughter of pre-eminent Communist official Wan Li and a stalwart on the Beijing fashion scene. Vogue China's editor-in-chief loves her, and the It-girls over here are smitten too. From 630, at matchesfashion.comFace to watch: John Michael McDonaghThe writer/director brother of playwright Martin McDonagh shares his flair for black comedy, to judge by his feature debut The Guard. A buddy-cop thriller, it opens next week's Edinburgh Film Festival following strong early reviewsLexpionage: Indeblattergable, adj.Relentlessly determined and energetic in resisting mystifying attacks on the competence/rectitude of oneself and one's colleagues; never willing to accept fault or the bleedin' obviousSocial networking: Match the tweet to the starRob Brydon, Sarah Ferguson, Imogen Thomas, Alec Baldwin1 Oh dear....!2 My first tweet. Maybe I needed a glass of wine beforehand. I feel....so shy.3 Keep strong Cheryl Cole, you give joy to many4 Thank you, the consensus is that there were no poles...Answers at the bottom of the pageOn the radar: Because some things are still worth getting excited about...Theatre: Save Wilton'sBeguiling Victorian variety house Wilton's Music Hall may be forced to close after having its application for a renovation grant rejected. Help the rescue operation by donating money at justgiving.com/wiltonsMusic: One Band One MovieWatch and listen for this new east London season in which musicians follow a gig with a screening of a favourite film. First up, on Thursday, it's US folkie Sam Amidon and Chaplin classic Monsieur Verdoux. wegottickets.comComedy: The Sitcom MissionThe X Factor for sitcoms is back, with a twist. For this year, in addition to the main event, there's sketch and character comedy, improv and Edinburgh previews. Mondays from tomorrow, comedy.co.uk/ sitcom_missionApp watch #21: GlastonburyShould you be one of the envied ticket-holders, this Orange-produced and gratifyingly battery-efficient virtual guide will help you navigate the Fields of Avalon with its programmable planner, interactive map and live news feed. That's assuming you can avoid all smartphone/portable-loo accidents, of course. Free from major app storesMATCH THE TWEET: 1. IMOGEN THOMAS; 2. ALEC BALDWIN; 3. SARAH FERGUSON; 4. ROB BRYDON.?In fact, as the shelf-lives of models become as short and as unpredictable as that of a pack of ready-to-eat avocados, denizens of the professions are looking to expand their relevance, whether into the realm of entertainment, as an entrepreneur or simply as a global megabrand.Heidi Klum and Tyra Banks have chosen television, and are arguably more famous for hosting Project Runway and America's Next Top Model respectively than they ever were as mannequins. Helena Christensen is now a photographer. Milla Jovovich has played Joan of Arc on the big screen, while Amber Valetta was a vengeful wraith; Karen Elson became Mrs Jack White, recorded an album and famously went through showbusiness's most amicable divorce.Deyn, 29, recently admitted to having fibbed about how old she was, when she was signed in 2006 at the age of 24. "When I really decided to do modelling, I was 18," she told the press this week. "That was quite old, so a little later we knocked off a few years."She had said, in a magazine interview around the time of her astronomical ascent, that she had been born in 1989. And who can blame her, when designers at New York Fashion Week earlier this month were asked not to use girls under 15? (They did, regardless.)But the great dilemma facing young models who make it big is the threat of being washed up before they're 25. The rise of social media has gone some way to giving models a bit of clout beyond their booking agents and the whims of the fashion editors C successful models such as Coco Rocha and Sasha Pivovarova have harnessed the power of Twitter and Google+ to such an extent that brands now approach them because they have a following in their own right. They are, quite literally, not just pretty faces.However, there's always a danger of becoming too ubiquitous and accessible, and if that happens, then high-end houses won't want you for their shows. And, obviously, remaining exclusive is difficult when you need the money.But if the past decade has been characterised by the comeback phenomenon, from boy bands to soap stars and TV shows, then the world of modelling has been at the forefront of the career re-birth. Vogue first touted the "supermodel revival" in 2006, but it's in the past few years that the original supers have really come back to claim the catwalks. Naomi Campbell (who, let's not forget, has previously tried her hand at writing and singing) closed Roberto Cavalli's show in Milan on Monday, while Linda Evangelista is the current cover star of LOVE magazine. Kristen McMenamy too, closed Alexander McQueen's McQ show in London, and is in high demand as a model who knows her stuff and has a certain confidence that younger names are yet to earn.Shalom Harlow and Yasmin le Bon modelled for Stella McCartney last week in London, and Gisele Bundchen made an appearance on Alexander Wang's catwalk during the New York shows. Even Twiggy pops up on the odd front row and Marks and Spencer ad.But the best and most impressive comeback of recent years has to be Sixties super Veruschka, whose Teutonic good looks punctuated the rise of fashion as we know it: she appeared in full feather-headressed glory at Giles Deacon's show in 2010, at the age of 70. Which just goes to show that lying about your age is thoroughly pass.?"This is a song to all these people from fashion who I adore and who helped me to realise my dream," he said. And then this diminutive figure, normally backwards in coming forwards and far from famed for posturing either on the catwalk or off it, sang."When I was just a little boy, I asked my mother, what will I be...? Que sera, sera..." he crooned, and if the sound of it was unlikely ("I'm a terrible singer," Elbaz admitted) it seemed all the more incongruous given his not entirely down-with-the-kids uniform of thick-lensed, black-framed glasses, black trouser suit with studiously just-a-little-too-short trousers and just-a-little-off-centre bow tie.There are not many surprises left in fashion C you name it, someone, somewhere has done it C which perhaps accounts for the ovation that followed being more heartfelt than most. Let's face it, this is a world that boasts its fair share of these too. But then M Elbaz is a highly individual designer and easier to love than many for that. Over the past decade he has not only turned around the fortunes of Lanvin, which was languishing in obscurity when he took the helm in 2002, but has also come to represent a respect for craft, technique and talent over and above the usual obsession with marketing, merchandising and styling. This has earnt him many followers, both within the industry and outside it. Add to this the fact that Elbaz is open almost to the point of foolhardiness, warm to the point of brotherly, and, at the same time, clearly as strong as an ox, and the effect is as refreshing as it is potent. Make no mistake, behind this infinitely approachable exterior lurks a will of iron."There have been a lot of changes in fashion," he says when we meet in a quiet corner of the bar of the Hotel Crillon in Paris C Elbaz appears to feel very much at home amid the understated but unmistakeably grand, old-school ambience there. "And the question is how do you fit into it? Should you fit into it? ["Que Sera, Que Sera"] was a song, I thought, for the whole industry. You know how it is. One day people love you, you're in, the next day, you're out. One day you're fired, and one day you're hired. So it was a song for my colleagues. The future is not ours to see. What will be, will be. We are always trying to think who's going where, what will he do? Who is going to take over? What, when, why?"Elbaz refuses to name names. He doesn't need to. Rumours abound on who will C and won't C be presiding over some of fashion's most prestigious houses. The question of who is "in" or "out", as Elbaz puts it, has never seemed so pertinent. Before John Galliano had even cleared his desk at Dior last spring, every one of his contemporaries worth mentioning had been named as a possible successor. At Yves Saint Laurent, it can't have been easy for Stefano Pilati to complete his last two collections all while speculation regarding his imminent departure and the appointment of Hedi Slimane to that label was rife. Only days before the Lanvin show in question took place, meanwhile, while he too was working on what turned out to be his swansong collection for Jil Sander, Raf Simons was unceremoniously let go. The designer was visibly shaken when he stepped out to take his final bows. It wasn't until last month that his appointment as artistic director of Dior was announced."I've been there," says Elbaz. And indeed he has. "All of a sudden, this divorce is being published everywhere and everybody knows who said what and how difficult it is." It is, by now, the stuff of fashion history that, in 1998, Elbaz was hand-picked by Yves Saint Laurent to design his women's ready-to-wear. Elbaz was designing Guy Laroche at the time. "I was fascinated by the idea of working for a man [Saint Laurent] who was more of a legend, and more the name of a company, than a real person," he told me when we first met not long after. "But then I talked to him, he was so human and so down-to-earth that you kind of forgot that you are sitting with... With Marilyn Monroe!"Despite the fact that the critics applauded Elbaz's two-season tenure at Yves Saint Laurent, in 1999, the Gucci Group bought the name and self-proclaimed control freak and creative director, Tom Ford, was unable to resist the challenge of taking over himself. Elbaz was duly dismissed."It was hard," Elbaz has since said of that split. "Of course it was hard. There were times that I wondered whether I would ever be able to work in this business again. I was embarrassed to go out to fashion places, embarrassed to call people because I thought they would never call back."He promptly disappeared, leaving Paris to travel around the world. Thankfully for fashion, 12 months later, he returned and accepted the position at Lanvin, a French couture house founded, in 1909, by Jeanne Lanvin and bought by the Chinese-born entrepeneur, Shaw-Lan Wang in 2001. His first show for the label C a gentle mix of subtly-deconstructed tweeds shot through with barely-visible threads of gold and all worn with paper-thin ballerina pumps long before they were ubiquitous C immediately identified him as having something new, something lovely and something refreshingly woman-friendly to offer the world.That was then. Ten years later, we are looking at a hefty book published this month C a celebration of the achievement of Elbaz and his team at this still comparatively small but influential house. "I didn't want to do a very, very big book," Elbaz says, over a plate of magret de canard. "The book is small and fat. It's me." Also him, is the contrast between "the rich and the poor"; the plain cloth cover stamped unobtrusively with the Lanvin signature offset against gleaming gilded edges and the copious white space that belies the personal, even intimate, nature of the imagery shot by photographer But-Sou Lai, who has been working behind the scenes for some time.If it is the intention with most fashion books to blind readers with glamour and gloss, here we see instead the workings of the fashion process exposed. There are close-ups of pin cushions and loose threads, of floral-print fabrics and notoriously hard-to-handle gazars. Elbaz's cute drawings, often accompanied by words ("Nice dress," says one coquettish Parisienne to another) are seen alongside flat patterns, Stockman dummies and lasts. Models are photographed on the catwalk but more often in fittings, so too are seamstresses, secretaries and PRs at work. There are pictures of show running orders, seating plans, great dustbins full of Nespresso capsules, half-eaten food. This is about Lanvin as a team, and Elbaz is often present but, significantly, rarely centre stage."I thought that at a time like now, when the whole industry is about the six minutes of the show and a review that is being written in a taxi because then there is the next one, I thought, I'm going to show everyone how much effort goes into making a single dress," he says. "I wanted to show how many threads you have to put together to make one rose; how much thought goes into a button. I wanted to show a shoe in the factory in Italy being held like a baby by an old man and then attached to a machine as if it was going to the dentist. I wanted to show the jewellery. And I wanted to show the people. All the people. We had 3,000 pictures in total and we picked the ones we liked, of course, and then we went back to make sure that every single person involved is in the book, that nobody had been missed out. They are all part of it."The book opens with 100 white pages. "I was worried that people would think that was gimmick-y," Elbaz says. "But it's not about being cool. I hate the word cool. It gives me a rash. If you take something out of the freezer it's cold, but what happens when it melts? It's a cool party, a cool person, a cool collection. What does that mean? I'm more interested in things that are uncool, things that have a certain individuality, a certain soul, a certain longevity, emotion, fragility..."True to his word, each leaf is printed with decidedly uncool one-line Elbaz-isms: "If it's not edible, it's not food. If it's not wearable, it's not fashion." "In the winter we sell bathing suits, in the summer, coats. Go figure". "Day after day, season after season, we start with a dream."Alber Elbaz was born in Casablanca on 12 June, 1961 and grew up in the suburbs of Tel Aviv. His father was a hairdresser who died when he was 15, at which point his mother went to work as a waitress to support her four children: two sons, two daughters. Elbaz studied fashion at Shenkar College in that city. His teacher was Shelly Verthine, who co-edited the new book and remains Elbaz's close friend and creative collaborator. "Shelly was my teacher and is still my teacher," he says of a woman who remains integral to his work and is often seen by his side. "The mythological teacher who brings things out of you." Despite the fact that Elbaz oversees a Lanvin menswear collection too, his team is predominantly female.Following graduation, aged 24, Elbaz moved to New York and designed "mother-of-the-bride dresses for $150 C and that was expensive" before moving to Geoffrey Beene. It wasn't long before he was that elusive and revered designer's right-hand man. He remained there from 1989 to 1996, a lifetime in terms of fashion."It was an amazing place to work, the best school. I stayed there because I was happy working a little bit outside the circuit, because he had his vision about fashion, because he had the best style." The brilliant forefather of today's more minimally-minded designers, Beene was also entirely focused on design as opposed to the brouhaha that, to a greater or lesser extent, appears to spring up around it. He was also, Elbaz has said C and he is one of few who might claim truly to have known him C "a wonderful man". Elbaz then moved to Paris."Stay big in your work and small in your life," Alber Elbaz's mother always told him. "Be modest," is how he explains the words now. "I'm not a religious person in the regular sense but in the Bible you're not allowed to steal, you're not allowed to lie and you're not allowed to feel you're above other people."The designer's quieter way is surely an inspiration for a new generation less likely to rely on the notion of the superstar designer, as spearheaded by Tom Ford, ironically enough, and to concentrate on the clothes themselves. It is a position he continues to uphold without compromise to the point of being evangelical."I never met Sarah Burton in the past, for example," Elbaz says of the Alexander McQueen designer, "but when I saw a picture of her at the [royal] wedding and, while everybody was there with their pretty hats seated, she was the only one who didn't have a hat on and she was on the floor fixing the dress; I thought it was so beautiful I wrote her a note. And to see Phoebe [Philo, of Celine] who is doing such an amazing job and because she's having a baby she decides to do a smaller show and to care for that baby... I mean that is amazing. And, you know what, it will do her business no harm whatsoever. Quite the opposite. These are the moments that are important to me." It goes without saying that such kind words directed towards other designers C those who might be seen as competitors in an over-crowded market to boot C is unprecedented.Of the nature of fame, he says: "You ask people what they want to do and they say, 'I want to be famous' but I always say that fame is something that works perfectly if you want to get a good table at a restaurant in a hurry or you need a doctor and his secretary is into fashion. I want to go back to the real thing though, to actresses who act, painters who paint and designers who design. I was in Russia recently and I went to a department store. You know, you see the fashion, one rack here, one rack there, but then you go to the bag department and it's the size of Monaco, you go to the shoe department and it's like Arizona. It's enormous. And I'm thinking, maybe we should make women wear bags. But I was trained to do textiles, to do fabrics, and to dress women."And dress them he does, in traditional couture silks and satins alongside more technologically advanced materials and always, for the sake of modernity, with a vaguely industrial edge C a visible metal zip here, a neckline edged with brass there. For the forthcoming season, Elbaz thought nothing of designing jewellery so oversized that the only way to make it a practical reality was to use plastic in place of real stones."The sapphires, the emeralds the rubies, they're all plastic," he says happily of the great baubles and beads that will no doubt sell out within hours of arriving in store. He's equally pleased with a sequence of dresses made in the type of foam that is normally the preserve of underwear and, specifically, bras. "There's no fabric that is more intimate. It just holds you," Elbaz muses. It is testimony to the very personal nature of his work that Elbaz has, both for the forthcoming season and in the past, also adorned it with his own sketches: a rounded, bespectacled caricature of his own face has been known to appear. A light-hearted quality in no way detracts from his status as a serious technician, however. Elbaz's understanding of volume, drape and proportion and his respect for workmanship is second to none. In 2005, Elbaz won the Council of Fashion Designers (CFDA) International Award. In 2007 he was named Chevalier of the French Lgion d'Honneur for his work.At the end of the soon-to-be published book, Elbaz writes: "Love and respect to Madame Wang, who asked me to wake up the Sleeping Beauty and allowed me to fly"."They are very good to me at Lanvin," he explains. "They give me my liberty. If we were part of a group it might be easier for me in some ways. We live on what we sell. We don't have anyone who says: 'Don't worry, we'll inject another 100 million and do a big publicity campaign'. So I always say that we're like a small yacht, not the Titanic, and that means we make our own decisions. Sometimes, when you work for big organisations, there are so many committees that you have to go through..."To say that Elbaz adopts a hands-on approach would be an understatement."That's how I spend my life," he says. "I start with drawings but I don't give the sketches to the atelier and then say, 'OK, I'll see you, I'll be in the Caribbean on the 17th and on the 18th I leave for Santa F'. No, I'm always in fittings, I'm always perfecting things. I'm always there. In the end, I don't think our industry is particularly scary. It's as scary as any mess and it seems to me that every industry is a mess. If you put 10 people together and they have power and they have strength, it's kind of dangerous."But I'm not afraid of the system. I'm part of it. Sometimes the system helps you. Sometimes it chokes you. You know, if you send me on vacation, I'm clueless, I can't even climb from a dinghy to a yacht. Can you imagine me on the beach? Maybe if I was a skinny, handsome man my career would have been different. Maybe then I would have been more, like, 'Hellooo, look at my dresses'." Instead, Alber Elbaz works tirelessly making others more beautiful. "I'm hiding in my studio somehow," he says. "And in my studio I feel loved and I love."'Alber Elbaz C Lanvin' is published by Steidl/Dangin, 250, and is available from Lanvin, 183 Mount Street, London W1, and via ?Wang, who has just barely got his feet wet in menswear with his T collection, beat out more obvious choices including Kirk Miller of Miller's Oath, Patrik Ervell, Derek Buse of Riviera Club, Joe Sadler and Greg Ullery, Michael Bastian for Gant, and Rick Klotz of Warriors of Radness."He was doing T-shirts and hoodies, and when we approached him, he said, 'Don't you think it's a little bit early on?'" GQ's creative director Jim Moore said at the award bash Thursday night that was attended by the likes of rapper fashionistos Kanye West and Swiss Beatz as well as Hollywood A-listers such as Jessica Alba. "I said no, I think you have the potential to be a great American menswear designer. It pushed him to expand his categories."Wang - chosen by a panel composed of designer Tommy Hilfiger, GQ editor-in-chief Jim Nelson, and Moore, among others - received a check for $50,000 and a mentorship with lifestyle brand Dockers, department store Bloomingdale's, and the editors of the magazine, and will also design a piece for a limited-edition Dockers collection.?The designer has previously won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and Swiss Textile Award.?But don't let the cold turn you into a droopy-drawers C or rather, do! One of the biggest trends around for autumn is layering, playing with proportions, and looking a bit, well, baggy."Layering is a stylish way to stay warm during colder months, and is a key part of all the autumn/winter 2010 trends," explains Amy Zgraja, personal shopper for Topshop's Oxford Circus flagship. "Don't be afraid to mix textures and prints."It's a bit of an anti-fashion trend this season, given the array of ladylike tailoring and minimal pieces on the catwalk, but designers such as Ann Demeulemeester and Dries van Noten showed collections that mixed classic colours and formal effects with darker, more grungy pieces.Alexander Wang, meanwhile, layered deconstructed tailoring with sloppy knits and jersey casuals. And at the London shows last month, much of the audience could be seen in floaty, baggy pieces C not yet ready to let go of the off-duty-model style that has lapped around the periphery of fashion for the past few years.Wearing all your clothes at once requires a certain nonchalance, so be sure to look like you've just thrown everything together and it miraculously worked out. Try starting with leggings as a base, then add long, baggy vests and T-shirts, before topping everything off with an oversized cardigan or a short sweater. Alternatively, try dresses with cardigans or jumpers on top, cinched in with a skinny belt (one of this season's absolute must-haves) to give a little definition to your figure.This is no body-con trend, mind you, and those glamour pusses used to flashing the flesh will probably shy away from it. For the rest of us, it's time to embrace our inner librarian, pile on the knitwear and experiment with shape, proportion and a palette of chic-but-modern neutrals. Grey, navy, stone and blush are perfect for blending, and try complementing jersey, cotton and fine-gauge wool with leather, silk and chunky knitwear.When it comes to footwear, the low-heeled Victoriana lace-up boots around right now are perfectly bluestocking, but if you want to keep things slightly more urban (and a little less Bront?), then opt for wedge ankle boots C either chic, smart and feminine styles at Gap or sci-fi, block heel, cut-outs at All Saints and Office C or update your wooden-soled summer sandals by pairing them with some enormous woollen socks.Try some of the trickier lengths that are strewn across the high street stores right now: full-length skirts (some trailing the floor, others brushing the tops of your shoes); mid-length skirts (which fall to the middle of the shins); cropped blazers and knits; and sweater dresses that reach the knees. It might sound a little fusty on paper, but it's far from academic in the flesh.All in all, proportion and layering is a trend you can adapt to any sartorial preference. If you don't like skirts, try a long-line waistcoat over a T-shirt with some cigarette crops or harem pants; if you're looking for something more formal, a fitted knit dress of any length works well with cropped blazers, knits or leather jackets; and if you're ready to go all-out Scandinavian boho-grunge, then opt for the most directional pieces: a full-length skirt under a mid-length knit, topped off with a micro-crop jacket or jumper.And if it all sounds a little much, experiment with shorts and knee-socks C that's a whole new dimension to autumn dressing.?She topped the NME Cool List at the end of last year, off the back of one song, "212", in which she swears more than 50 times. She is a fashion-world favourite, having played at parties for Chanel and Topshop, and was recently announced as the face of Alexander Wang's T Fall 2012 campaign.Banks studied at La Guardia High School C the Fame school.While she considers herself bisexual, she has told The New York Times: "I'm not trying to be, like, the bisexual, lesbian rapper. I don't live on other people's terms."She is yet to release her debut album. So far her output includes singles, a four-song EP, 1991, and a mixtape, Fantasea.?Alexander Wang & Sally Hansen nail polish debutSeptember 10New York, NY, USANew York's hippest designer of the moment has collaborated with the beauty brand on his own line of nail polish that will premier alongside his spring/summer 2012 collection and might be commercialized thereafter.1st Makeup Show EuropeSeptember 17-18Berlin, GermanyTo debut in September 2011, The Makeup Show Europe will be embracing the international beauty and fashion capital of Germany, Berlin, to deliver a professionals-only beauty event organized in the same manner as its New York and Los Angeles fairs. The Makeup Show should expect to face some stiff competition from Beautyworld, Germany's largest beauty industry event, which has been an industry must-attend for years.Jessica Simpson beauty website launchOctoberOnlineAfter releasing several fragrances and starring in her own beauty-themed TV series, the singer is readying a new online destination called BeautyMint that will focus on anti-ageing skincare. Part of the BeachMint.com family, the website will be called BeautyMint.com and feature products that cost $30 each, with a new collection being released to its members each month.?In addition to artistic new photography and rich visuals of its products - like the cult Orgasm blush or Turkish Delight lip gloss - the brand has mainly improved interactive features: you will find tutorials, behind-the-scenes footage, and advice from founder Fran?ois Nars, who of course also enlisted his now-famous French bulldog Marcel for numerous photo shoots.Also, online shopping on the site should become a whole lot easier due to a quicker check-out process, better search functions, and iPhone/iPad compatibility.Die-hard fashion fans might recognize the new site's aesthetic: the masterminds behind it are CREATETHE Group, also responsible for the websites of NOWNESS, Marc Jacobs, and Alexander Wang.?DiorHong KongFollowing eight months of expansion and renovation, Dior has reopened its Hong Kong flagship store. Made by American architect Peter Marino to resemble a luxurious apartment (a trend in luxury stores right now, as any visitor to the new Louis Vuitton stores will find), it includes an entire floor of bags, another one for ready-to-wear, knitwear, and shoes, and dedicated areas for Dior Homme, VIP shopping and cocktails to unwind after the shopping spree.1, Peking Road, Shim Tsa ShuiTrussardi 1911Rome, ItalyMarking the fashion house's 100th anniversary, Trussardi 1911 has opened a new flagship on one of Rome's most prestigious shopping streets. The store sells the Trussardi 1911 collections of men and women's clothing, leather goods, and luggage; a limited edition of bags has also been released for the occasion.Via dei Condotti 49/50Alexander WangNew York, USAThe Big Apple's wonderboy has opened his first standalone store in SoHo. White marble floors, black leather couches, and a fox-fur hammock match his New York urban sportwear chic perfectly.103 Grand Street, SoHoA.P.C.New York, USAThe French label has come up with something special for its latest store: called A.P.C. Special, the boutique by Bleecker Street will feature something different every time you stop by, from overstock to limited editions.92 Perry StreetAgent ProvocateurNew York, USAThe opening of the typically boudoir-inspired boutique of the lingerie label was one of the highlights during New York fashion week, with new face of the brand, Josephine de la Baume (also known as the fiance of Mark Ronson) hosting and London magazine mogul Jefferson Hack spinning the decks.Agent Provocateur simultaneously opened a new store on Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles.675 Madison AvenueTom FordLos Angeles, USAThe American designer has opened his second freestanding store in the US, which has been designed specifically to present his new womenswear line.346 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly HillsLanvinLos Angeles, USAThe French fashion house has also just landed on Rodeo Drive, offering everything from men's to women's wear, and from shoes to jewelry.260 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly HillsRoland MouretLondon, UKArriving in the city's Mayfair district, Mouret's store will offer all of the designer's lines in addition to the store's limited edition, called Roland Mouret at 8 Carlos Place.8 Carlos Place?For a couple of decades, there has been a third way in the shape of the designer diffusion label. It's just that that third way was previously paved with flashy logos, checks and monograms and rendered in cheapo synthetic fabrics. Polo shirts, T-shirts, sports bags and other accessories put out under the auspices of big labels seemed to have little to do with the clothes that formed the high-fashion core of the brand.All that is changing at a brisk pace. Anita Barr, head of womenswear at Selfridges, agrees that there has been a marked shift in what designers are putting out there in the name of diffusion and how we in turn are responding to it. "The past two seasons you've really seen the impact of this new generation of diffusion brands," says Barr. "New lines such as Alice by Temperley and McQ from Alexander ' McQueen have done phenomenally well for us. Alexander Wang's T-shirt collections have also been a massive success.""I think it's because these labels are no longer watered-down versions of the main collections," she continues. "Of course, you still need some of the key elements from the main collection that the customer will recognise C the embellishment of Temperley, say, the drapery from Wang, or the cut of Alexander McQueen C but what they have now is their own design identity, which is why they have come back so much stronger since the old diffusion labels of the 1990s."Certainly the excitement surrounding recent launches, among them Boutique by British brand Jaeger and Heritage by the revived 1970s New York label Halston, suggests that these mid-range collections are hitting a particularly relevant spot at the moment. The buzz began to build months before Net-A-Porter became the first e-commerce outlet to stock cult French designer Isabel Marant's Etoile line, a lower-priced collection of basic items, earlier this year. The collection has been available for some years in France, but that is perhaps no surprise since the French have always led the way in chic, mid-range labels C diffusion or otherwise.Sarah Curran, CEO and founder of My-Wardrobe.com, cannily spotted the potential of the new genre of diffusion label when the site was conceived back in 2006. Its success has been built on a judicious selection of ranges such as Paul & Joe Sister, D&G and Anglomania by Vivienne Westwood. "At that time, there wasn't really a retailer occupying that middle space, but it was something I believed in because not everybody C very few people, in fact C have the disposable income to buy pieces from a main collection, so our focus has always been about 'bridge' brands," Curran explains."Obviously, in a recession that becomes more relevant because even people who bought designer in the past are looking for a realistic way to stay in touch with luxury. But it works in different directions C for designers, diffusion was originally a way to open up their brand to a wider audience."Curran agrees, however, that consumers nowadays are too design-savvy to accept the uninspired wares that used to pass for diffusion lines: "I think D&G is an excellent example of the total repositioning. Until five years ago that line was under license and it had become something that was really nothing to do with the main line.It was heavily logo-ed, a lot of denim, streetwear almost, which is so different from the glamour and polish of the ' brand C chalk and cheese. So they brought it back in-house and under the control of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. Now it's incredibly desirable C fabulous bags, shoes and incredible jackets. It's the perfect example of making something more accessible price-wise, but keeping it in a luxury space. Diffusion labels are not a poor cousin anymore."In fact, so keen are designers and retailers to move away from the old categories, that most prefer to avoid the "d" word when christening these new lines, either giving them an entirely different name or referring to them as a "weekend" collection. The industry term is "bridge" brand, a word that better reflects the new, dual status of the ranges in relation to the main collection as linked but separate entities.Curran points out that Miu Miu was originally a type of diffusion line for Prada, although the cachet it has acquired (and its prices) mean few would ever call it that.In some cases, the lower prices and appeal to a younger consumer produce a more playful aesthetic. "Designers can be a bit more adventurous, so you get the same handwriting, but with a few more quirks. It's fun, but with all the design integrity and quality you'd expect from a high-end label," says Barr, who cites Marc by Marc Jacobs as a prime example and arguable template for others since its launch in 2001.Among the items available in Jacobs' lower-priced line are the now-iconic "mouse" pumps C ballet flats complete with eyes, whiskers and tail drawn C and plentiful nylon bags emblazoned with off-beat illustrations. At the Marc by Marc Jacobs store in London's Mount Street you can get in on the action with only a quid to your name thanks to his cute lipstick-shaped pens and friendship bracelets. All of which have been phenomenally successful C not to mention lucrative C without damaging the kudos of his other work one bit.Alice Temperley, who this year added Alice by Temperley to her eponymous mainline, says that she too wanted to have a little more fun with her new label. "Temperley London is about investment pieces, whereas Alice is all about easy to wear staples for rock'n'roll, city girls," she says."It's by no means limited to that younger consumer, though," says Barr. "You have women who can and do buy high-end picking up such as the Wang tees to mix into their look."Curran agrees: "It's not just a price thing. I love Alexander McQueen, for instance, but even if I could afford it, it just wouldn't suit my life to wear it every day."She admits that brands such as Anglomania and Moschino Cheap and Chic are, though more affordable than their "big sister" labels, stronger on the "chic" side of things than the "cheap": "You do get some pretty hefty prices, I'm well aware of that. But if you love fashion and clothes, then what you are getting is two or three items of designer-quality clothing, including substantial pieces such as dresses and coats, for the price you would have had to pay for one small thing from the main line."No escaping some sort of compromise, then. But if it means living on baked beans for a month in order to end up with a couple of great outfits as opposed to a postage-stamp sized clutch, it doesn't sound like such a bad one.?Erin Wasson's skincare, hair masks, and mascaraThe model-turned-designer who just parted ways with US label RVCA won't have any problems staying in the fashion game, given her styling gig for Alexander Wang and her status as streetstyle icon. As for what products she uses to maintain her natural look, she just told website StyleList: "When I wake up, I'm using ... I'm obsessed with 's oils. I travel so much that my skin gets really dry." She also likes from Maybelline, for which she is a spokesmodel, and 's jasmine hair masks: "The products are all in French, so you don't really know what it is, but you just know that it works."Eva Mendes's favesThe actress, who currently graces the cover of Allure magazine, listed the following products as her beauty essentials: for her skin, she prefers and , Benefit's , Dr. Hauschka's , Mario Badescu's , and Estee Lauder's perfume. When it comes to her locks, she swears by Pssst and coconut oil.Lauren Conrad's products on the goWhat's in the reality star's handbag? According to Us Weekly magazine, Conrad relies on ointment to keep her skin smooth while she travels. For a quick pick-me-up before meetings, she says she uses a brush to give her hair a well-maintained look.?Alexander Wang bagged three nominations, while Marc Jacobs and Lady Gaga are to be bestowed the lifetime achievement and fashion icon awards respectively.CFDA chairwoman Diane von Furstenberg, who announced the nominees in New York March 16, said of Jacobs's reaction: "He's very happy, but he says it's only a half lifetime award because he's only halfway finished." Lady Gaga "started a fashion revolution," according to von Furstenberg.Here is the full list of nominees:Womenswear designer of the yearAlexander WangJack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez for Proenza SchoulerMarc JacobsMenswear designer of the yearMichael BastianPatrik ErvellSimon SpurrAccessory designer of the yearAlexander WangJack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez for Proenza SchoulerReed KrakoffSwarovski Award for womenswearJoseph AltuzarraAshley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen for The RowPrabal GurungSwarovski Award for menswearAlexander WangPhillip LimRobert GellerSwarovski Award for accessory designAlejandro IngelmoEddie BorgoJason WuPamela LoveGeoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement AwardMarc JacobsInternational awardPhoebe Philo for CelineMedia awardHilary Alexander of The TelegraphFounders awardHal Rubenstein of InStyleFashion icon awardLady GagaSpecial tribute awardArthur Elgort?The eighth edition of the annual prize will again yield $300,000 for the winner and $100,000 each to two runners-up to help take their careers in fashion to the next level.In order to choose those most worthy of the award, a committee will meet with the finalists at their respective design studios, before each of them will be asked to create outfits especially for the competition, to be unveiled in October. The winners will be announced in New York City on November 14 at a gala dinner.Previous honorees include Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler, Prabal Gurung, Derek Lam, and Thakoon.Here is the full list of the 2011 nominees, announced Thursday: - Antonio Azzuolo - Joseph Altuzarra - Carlos Campos - Shane Gabier & Chris Peters - Michelle Ochs & Carly Cushnie - Soraya Silchenstedt - Dana Lorenz - Alexa Adams & Flora Gill - Pamela Love - Max Osterweis & Erin Beatty?This is no way to shop the sales. It takes a cool-headed, calm and collected attitude that doesn't seem to tally with the sort of mind that rationalises bedding down on a pavement. If you do your sales shopping properly, the only camping you'll be doing is the sort that comes naturally with that Dolce & Gabbana leopard-print dress you've had your eye on all season.Get in the moodWith sales shopping, you get back what you put in C make the effort and you'll bag the best bargains. "Some people relish a long day spent trawling through the sale rails," Amanda Slader, head of fashion advice at John Lewis, says. "Some don't. Either way, you have to be in the mood C not tired or stressed or hung over."Go with someone elsePerhaps you take an "every man for himself" attitude to shopping; perhaps you can't bear the thought of trying to fish your mother or best friend out of a bargain basket covered in fluff. Either way, you'll need a companion to help you to avoid the siren call of last season's tat, so make sure you have a friend present to lash you to the mast and refuse your pleas to be allowed to try it all on.Think classic"Ask yourself why this piece hasn't sold," Amanda Slader says. "When there are rails and rails of one garment, you wonder why the nation has rejected it so vigorously. And it's usually to do with cut or pattern." Cashmere jumpers, basic T-shirts, jeans, posh undies and tights are all sensible buys. "Well-tailored coats and slim-cut black trousers are always worth buying when the price is slashed," personal stylist Eliisa Makin adds.Avoid lunchtime"I'll just pop in at lunch and have a look," you think, whirring efficiently. But the shops are so full of other workers and the rails so picked over and chaotic that they resemble a child's dressing-up box. Cue cold sweats and a retreat to the new-season, full-price C and crucially, empty C section of the shop. "Get up early," Amanda Slader says, "get in, get out, get home. Or go for a vodka and tonic."Accessorise"If you crave bold, statement pieces, avoid high-fashion 'hero' items which will date quickly," Eliisa Makin warns. "Opt for eye-catching accessories that appeal to your individuality C creative designer shoes, bags and jewellery are far more versatile in the long run." So if there's a particularly wacky trend you're desperate to be part of, do it with a cheap bag, rather than a bank-breaking floor-length gown.Look aheadTo predict the future, you have to understand the past, as they say. Fashion's not so dissimilar C before you hit the sales, think through the autumn trends and have a rifle through the mags to discover the key looks for spring. Set aside anything too obviously seasonal, such as sheepskin or shearling, and focus on more abstract styles which can work all year round. "The trend for minimalist pieces with modern quirks is set to continue throughout the year," Eliisa Makin says, "as is a neutral palette mixed with pastels and strong pops of colour."Make sure it fitsReturns policies differ hugely, so make sure you know what you're buying into; many shops will not refund sale items, so it's worth trying things on before you pay for them. And regardless of new year's resolutions, don't just buy something because you like it and you'd like to fit into it. "Never buy anything in the wrong size," Eliisa Makin says. "The intention to diet into it or have it adjusted usually remains just that."John Lewis sales-shopping tutorials run from 27 December to 16 January; for more information, call020 3073 0564Bag a bargainBrowns: starts 24 December, up to 50 per cent off;Coggles: starts 24 December, 25 per cent off;Feathers: starts 18 December, 30 to 50 per cent off, all shoes 40 per cent off;Harvey Nichols: starts 26 December, up to 50 per cent off;Liberty: starts 26 December, up to 50 per cent off;Matches: starts 20 December, 50 per cent off, going up to 70 per cent off;Mulberry: starts 25 December (web preview 24 December), 30 to 50 per cent off;My-wardrobe.com: starts 20 December, 30 to 40 per cent off;Paul Smith: starts 27 December, 30 per cent off;Start Boutique: starts 26 December, 30 per cent off;Vivienne Westwood: starts 27 December, 30 per cent off;Whistles, starts 23 December, 40 per cent off.What the experts are waiting for...Kay Barron, fashion news editor, GraziaI've had my eye on Alexander Wang's felt boots, since his show in February. They're too high and too expensive to justify on my budget, but if anyone knocks them down 80 per cent...Alex Fury, fashion director, SHOWstudio.comCome January, I'll be snapping up one of the foam-backed sweaters from Maison Martin Margiela; a Proenza Schouler baseball jacket-cum-bolero; and any acceptably man-size bag from Cline.Harriet Quick, fashion features editor, VogueI will be looking at buying a wonderful coat, as there were so many great ones in the collections this year C particularly at Jil Sander, Chlo and Gucci. I also always check out the Marc Jacobs sale on Mount Street, where sales go to 70 per cent and there's always something to love.Rebecca Osei-Baidoo, womenswear buyer, BrownsI'm waiting for a Christopher Kane embroidered T-shirt. It's a good sales bargain because it's the instantly recognisable flower print from the show and a good way to go from cool daywear into evening.Brix Smith-Start, owner, Start boutiqueI always look for classic Yves Saint Laurent shoes in black suede C if I can find those on sale. My advice when sales-shopping is to look for really good-quality things that will last and last. It's a real bargain if you can find things that you can rework, break apart and re-accessorise many times over.?The 34th Americas Cup, in what will be the 162 years since, will be raced in 72-foot wing-powered catamaran multihulls and the leader of a China Team being given backing by the Chinese Government, Mr Wang Chao Yong, said in Beijing: We have been working with some of the best worldwide designers for hulls and wings for a few months in partnership with top Chinese universities.This is an opportunity to showcase Chinese talents in the leading edge, hi-tech areas of both hydrodynamics and aeronautics. Our boat will then by built in China.Most of the sailors will be Chinese, said Mr. Wang, but, as in its first Americas Cup foray 2007, there will be a strong French influence. The teams chief executive officer is Thierry Barot and he is bringing in top sailors from all over the world as coaches.With the deadline for entries set for 31 March this boosts the challenger list to nine, some announced, some still to be made formal. With more announcements over the next two days, any extension of the entry deadline may not be necessary or welcome, Whether all will make it to the start line of the challenger elimination series in July 2013 remains to be seenBritains Team Origin, headed by Sir Keith Mills, pulled out last year, but a serious discussion about a replacement has been underway. Sweden will be represented by T?rbjorn T?rnqvists Team Artemis and Emirates Team New Zealand, headed by Grant Dalton has said both that it intends to take part and that it still has some finance to put in place.Italys Mascalzone Latino represents the Challenger of Record, but its head, Vincenzo Onorato, recently in an angry public dispute with the local Audi car companys funding for another event, has said he still has to raise his Americas Cup finance.Two of the three possible French challengers had talks with the Minister for Sport in Paris on Friday to discuss both amalgamation and French government support. But Stphane Kandlers All4One continues to work separately with Olivier de Kersauson. There has been little heard recently from Australia and Canada. There is also an Argo Challenge from a group of disabled sailors.The Americas Cup Event Authority is also due to announce this week, two months late, the venues of the 2011-2012 World Series regattas, to be staged in identically designed and built 45-foot wing powered catamarans.The first is due to be staged mid-July and the first three of the eight are expected to be in Europe.In Los Angeles, Britains Ian Williams dedicated his win at the Congressional Cup match racing grand prix to his mother, who died mid-event.Leukemia claimed mother Karen in midweek, but he still went on to drive his team to 17 wins, including a 2-0 sweep against defending champion Francesco Bruni of Italy for the championship. "It was a time to keep focused, part of the job," Williams said. "She was a keen sailor. It's what she would have wanted me to do."Williams next appointment for his Team GAC/Pindar is his second tilt at the Extreme Sailing Series in Qingdao, China, mid-April. He then rejoins the World Match Race Tour, which he has won twice, in Marseille in May. ??But a rare trip to the UK last week saw the New York-based champion of elegantly modern, sporty tailoring opening a pop-up boutique in Selfridges, and breaking his usual silence to speak to press."I'm not such a public person," he says from the safety of the stores serene personal shopping lounge. "I'm shy. Im more about being in the atelier, and dress-making. For me, that appeals C thats my most happy."So much is obvious from his label 3.1 Phillip Lim (he established it at the age of 31), in collections that focus on subtly updating classic and wearable pieces with cool but complex alterations to shape and silhouette. Dont get me wrong, he continues, Im so appreciative. But creative people are introverted and the language they speak is not necessarily universal. When people ask about inspirations, and youre like oh, it was a flower or a mountain or a pony, some people just think youre insane. Im worried to come across that way.But Lims clothes are about as far from the fashionably flamboyant as its possible to be. They are minimal without being severe, and feminine without the froth. 3.1 is the sort of label that you find in most well-stocked boutiques and websites; its the stuff that sells without making a song and dance; that flatters without being fussy.Im about me, he explains. I dont know quite what that is. The clothes are definitely a result of my personality. Its an eccentric soul but at the same time its subtle and shy. Its always about pushing this youthful elegance, which is a contradiction in itself, and I guess thats why its difficult to explain. Because everything is a contradiction.This is evident in strictly cut shirting made fluid with draped and asymmetrical planes of fabric at the shoulder, for instance, and sophisticated silk cut into jogging bottoms with an elasticated waist. In 2008, Lim was one of a handful of designers brave enough to resurrect the drop-crotch dhoti trouser (a shape which later became ubiquitous), and he made the once subversive style feel newly uptown, even soigne.I dont consider it in terms of business, just in terms of a certain lifestyle, he continues. Im youthful C when I wear a jacket, I rarely wear a shirt. I love that idea of being polished but finishing it off with something irreverent, or irrelevant. Something that doesnt make sense.When he first emerged, Lims style was at odds with the pre-crunch, hyped-up bling and excess on many of the international catwalks. But he was praised for his wearability C a key attribute in a commercially-led fashion city like New York. The aim was to provide tastefully directional clothing to young creatives who could not afford many of the high-end names they aspired to. His line provided pieces at entry-level prices C 200 for trousers and tops, 400 for a coat C and while these have shifted slightly as his profile has risen, Lims clothing remains some of the more affordable in the designer bracket.When we first started, it was just where I was personally. I didnt have much means, but I had a lot of desire. And that was the philosophy, beautiful clothing made to the best of our means, that was very accessible for myself, my partners, my colleagues, my friends, who were all in the same place. It was this idea of young professionals in the process of going somewhere.But that isnt to say the collection is simply for thirtysomethings: Lims success lies in the fact that he makes pieces that suit a broad range of customers and fulfil needs according to lifestyle rather than age. He simply doesnt create pieces that could be inappropriate. And while Lim might be characterised as a young designer, he certainly doesnt fit easily into that stereotype; his metier and methods are tinged with a nostalgia for the days when designers worked day and night in their salons, perfecting a single piece for a loyal customer.Im such a technophobe, he laughs. I have a joke that if I were to get fired, I would never get hired. I see a lot of the young students who have beautiful portfolios, and Im like, oh god, theyre good. And then I think, oh god, I have nothing. If I want to photoshop something, its cut and paste C literally. Sometimes I think I should be in a different era. Im blessed that we have an atelier in-house. Its a dying craft. And if you dont learn properly, shame on you.Lims skills, not to mention his passion, run deep: his exasperated mother, a seamstress, spent his childhood remaking clothes according to her five-year-olds instructions. Hems were taken in, jackets shortened, shoulder seams adjusted. I grew up in suburbia, he smiles. I didnt grow up around a fashionable mother. Like oh I used to see her descending the stairs in her gown It was nothing like that.But clothing C not fashion, he insists C was an endless source of fascination; being a teenager in suburban California took Lim through an MTV generation dressing-up box of rockabilly, mod, nu-wave and metal; his obsession with dressing continues today, as he admits bashfully that he sometimes still changes three times a day.My parents thought it was a hobby, he says. And then when it was time to go to school, I had to grow up and be a doctor or a lawyer or a businessperson. It was that Chinese-American first generation thing. I didnt think you could do something with clothes, because to me clothes were joy, they were pleasure. So I chose business.After almost three years of studying, Lim dropped out and re-enrolled in the department next door: home economics, where he learnt to sew and cut patterns. After an internship, he became an assistant at a design house, and co-founded his first company, Development, a few years later. I said I couldnt do it, I was an assistant, he remembers, his modesty characteristic of a breed of fashion designers gone by. I just never had an ambition or a goal. And people never believe me, but its true.By 2006, Lims current label had been founded, he had relocated to New York and been named Rising Star by Fashion Group International. Later that year, he was shortlisted for the Council of Fashion Designers of Americas coveted Fashion Fun, a bursary run in tandem with Vogue.Lim missed out to designer Doo-Ri Chung, whose label has not enjoyed half the success that his has, but it prompted the first comparisons of his work to that of other Asian-American designers working in New York. There is a whole clutch of them C the avant garde Alexander Wang, Michelle Obamas favourite Jason Wu, and streetwise Derek Lam C whose designs have come of age together, even though the creators themselves have very little in common.Its lazy, because weve taken such different paths. If anythings related, its that the culture definitely has this appreciation of aesthetics. It has to do with harmony of beautiful things. But its also the times, because if you go into design studios, theres a lot of diversity.But Lim has been taken to heart in China, which is no bad thing given the clout of that developing market. Eighteen months ago he staged a show in Beijing for fashion fans whose tastes have developed beyond the logo-heavy culture so prominent in the East. They said they were very proud C it was very heartfelt and touching, he says.And the line of accessories that Lim is launching at Selfridges this month reflects the international tastes of his followers in the 31-hour bag. Its for a global citizen, he explains, of the leather tote inspired by the brown paper bags that American kids take sandwiches to school in. We were working in the studio with vendors from different time zones, and one day I realised a day takes more than 24 hours C its 31 hours! Everything fits into that bag, and it allows for those extra hours.It is this practicality and attention to detail which is at the heart of 3.1 Phillip Lim C just as it provides the energy which spurs on the man behind the label.?According to a release, the new perfume will contain molecules that stimulate the hypothalamus, the sexual center of the brain, making it a "beautiful but deadly weapon of seduction" that will "ignite passions like never before."In fragrance speak, this will translate to an opening of mandarin and star anise notes, a heart composed of jasmine, gardenia, and (known aphrodisiac) licorice, and base notes of amber and vanilla - all packaged in a heart-shaped bottle complete with a cupid's dart.For even more appetite, Loverdose will be represented by sex bomb , the current face of Alexander Wang. ?More than 60 items from the Chinese-American designer Alexander Wang are now marked up to 60 percent off retail prices. For example, Wang's cutout satin jersey mini dress is selling on the site for 283 EUR, instead of 709 EUR, and his Millie leather satchel is currently up for grabs for 396 EUR, instead of 793 EUR.Though the online flash sale opened less than 24 hours ago, several items have already been sold out. Wang's sporty Rocco bags- spotted on various trendsetting celebrities like Mary-Kate Olsen and Rihanna-are no longer available, for instance. Both the Rocco mini duffel leather bag and the Rocco mini studded leather bag were marked down 50 percent off retail prices.Wang, who won the prestigious CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award in 2008, is known for designing pieces that scream 'model off-duty' for their cool downtown vibe. Pieces like a silk-chiffon paneled sweatshirt, for example, channel his signature design ethos of casual luxury.The Outnet.com sells stock from previous collections at a discount. It carries 200 designer brands including Christian Lacroix, Bottega Veneta, Marni and Yves Saint Laurent. The online outlet was launched in spring 2009 by Natalie Massenet as the sister site to the full-priced, luxury e-tailer Net-a-porter.com. (Massenet founded Net-a-porter.com in 2000 and is launching the first global menswear retail site, MrPorter, in January 2011.)Luxury e-tailers- including the American sites Gilt Groupe, HauteLook and Rue La La and the French site Vente-privee.com- have been flourishing ever since the recession. The Economist reports that Rue La La brought in revenues of $130 million (95 million EUR) in 2009 and that Gilt is expecting to rake in $400 million (294 million EUR) this year. But bargain prices aren't the only reason for the retailers' success. 'Their sites are open only to those who have received an e-mail inviting them to join from another member. This lends them an air of exclusivity and creates the sort of buzz marketers crave,' Adam Bernhard, the boss of HauteLook, told the Economist.Shop the Alexander Wang sale on The Outnet:?Released April 18 and available in shops as well as online, the iconic boot maker's first-ever collection - inspired, as the signature boots, by British workwear - is characteristic of 1990s shapes and patterns: for women, there are masculine shirts and checked shirtdresses, while men can choose from striped t-shirts and button-downs.Prices range from $48 to just over $100, with the range going on sale in Dr. Martens outlets across the UK, the US, and Asia.Thanks to the latest collections of the likes of Alexander Wang and Marc Jacobs that were all about maxi dresses, check patterns, turtlenecks, and other wardrobe staples from the era, similar ranges are likely to flood the market come fall.?1. Leather jacket, Daniel Silver for Acne, 1,200, Acne2. DL & Co 'Cassis' rare botanic candle, 55, Browns3. Bespoke stand, from 80, Yunus & Eliza; Alexander Wang dalmation print bag, 270, Browns; Illesteva sunglasses, 180, Browns4. Frog Prince decoration, 2.50, National Gallery shop5. Christian Lacroix 'Sleeping Beauty', 10.39, Waterstones6. Chloe leather wallet, 310, Net-a-Porter7. Miu Miu glitter boots, 555, Net-a-Porter8. Collar, Michele Corty for American Retro, 250 for 4, American Retro9. Weston scarf, 160, Net-a-Porter10. 'Guy Bourdin' book, 7.95, Phaidon11. Polaroid camera, 85, Gift-Library12. Pommery Pop mini champagne, 15, John Lewis13. Christopher Kane top, 1,160, The Corner14. Lips pins, 146 each, Sonia Rykiel15. 'A Very She & Him Christmas', 7.99, Amazon16. Esquivel 'Saddle' leather shoes, 535, Browns17. 'It's Hot' cup and saucer, 39, This is a Limited Edition18. iPad covers, Louise Gray for the V&A, 95, V&A shopClick the links below to view the gift guides?Alexander Wang: "Discounts up to 80% off. Location: 93 Mercer (between Spring and Broome, NY) Thursday, Aug 5 2pm-7pm Friday, Aug 6 10am-7pm Saturday, Aug 7 10am-7pm Sunday, Aug 8 10am-3pm Closest Subway: Spring (6), Prince (R, W) Credit cards accepted on purchases of $200 and above."PPQ: "PPQ summer sale now a whopping 75% off!!!"Rocawear: "Sleep in Roc style! Take 40% off select women's sleepwear sets!"Kiki de Montparnasse: "Quelle Chaleur! Sophisticated new styles have been added to our Summer Sale. Save up to 75%. Shop Now!"?But, just like the clothing on the catwalks, Forties beauty was given a futuristic spin, with skin left natural, even glossy in some cases, and complexions given a certain freshness: make-up artists referenced Land Girls rather than powdered grandees, with plenty of natural radiance and rosy cheeks shining through.Henry Holland's girlish models in their crochet knits embodied the modern update of the look, with hair swept back into loose, rough-dried ponytails.Skin needs nothing more than a layer of Topshop's powder foundation, for an even and matte finish, and an oh-so-light dusting of blush in rose pink C apply this slightly below the cheekbone to avoid too cartoonish a look. Keep well-plucked brows ruthlessly tamed with a slick of MAC's brow gel and try Lanc?me's new Doll Eyes mascara for a clean and subtle flutter.The red lip is slightly more mature this season, so eschew bright pillarbox shades for a richer oxblood."Smudge your foundation or concealer around the lipline to ensure you have a clean line when applying your lipstick," advises Lori Taylor, make-up artist at Smashbox Cosmetics.Shade 1 from Kate Moss's new range for Rimmel is brilliantly vivid and gives a matte finish without drying your lips.The Red Lip"Start by powdering the lip and make sure your liner is as close to your lip shade as possible. Then fill the lip with one coat of your red lipstick and blot with tissue. Apply a second coat and, with a flat line brush, use concealer to sharpen edges around the lip."Lori Taylor, Smashbox CosmeticsLand Girl Hair"To get the 'Land Girl' look, use tongs or straighteners on dry hair. Hair-spray sections and roll into 'barrel curls' C these are pinned away from your head, similar to the effect rollers give. Once all of the hair is up into 'barrels', spray once more all over with hairspray. Leave them to cool and set and then take out and brush through lightly."Nick Irwin, Creative Director at TIGIMetallicsAfter a bright and breezy summer season inspired by the Seventies, autumn beauty moves into the darker end of the decade, with heavy metal showing up on eyelids, fingernails, cheekbones, lips and even hair. Bronze, pewter and gold conjure a glam rock aesthetic and this season, the emphasis is more on rock than it is on glamour.Models at Roberto Cavalli had layers of different shimmering metallic shadow worked right up to their brows, while straggly wet-look hair was brushed through with flecks of gold. At Chanel, meanwhile, there was an apocalyptic feel, with silver shades worked onto nude skin for an almost robotic feel, as well as the classic smoky eye reinvented with oodles of reflective sparkle. The label has also released yet another batch of soon-to-be cult nail varnishes in holographic metal shades.For smoky metallic eyes, choose shadow with thick pigment and a creamy texture for extra coverage; the key here is that it looks daubed on. "I would advise starting from a light shade and intensifying little by little to suit how deep and how smoky you would like it," says beauty guru Laura Mercier. "The more you line into the centre of the eye, the more dramatic the look will become."Try refreshing cheeks with a sweep of pale gold eyeshadow to add shimmer. Shu Uemura's glittering gold lipstick can be applied liberally for a more extreme look or dotted on your cupid's bow for subtle emphasis, while Nuxe's gold hair oil will add a little shimmer up top as well. The important thing is to keep skin clear and fresh-looking, so don't trowl on the foundation C the look is more Robocop than roller-disco.The Metallic Eye"For the perfect metallic eye, begin with a sheer base on the lid and up on the brow arch to create a highlight. Then run a loose line very close to the base of your lashes, the full length of the eye, or the outer third only. Smudge away until there are no hard lines, only density of pigment and a horizon effect going from dark to light. For further drama, add my Black Ebony Eye Liner in between the lashes on the top lid."Laura Mercier, make-up artistMinimal GrungeThere's a downbeat vibe to the autumn collections, which came through in clothing as sombre colours with a hint of gothic grunge. In make-up, meanwhile, it translates as simply doing very little C the catwalks full of nude-faced models. This is by turns thrillingly liberating for the woman looking to ditch the suitcase full of products she has to drag round with her all day, but also terrifying for the rest of us, who are not convinced we look human without an impermeable layer of slap.Help comes in the form of two hero products: Smashbox's anti-shine primer, a light, skin-smoothing gel which absorbs oil from your T-zone; and Bobbi Brown's Corrector, a solid concealer which, when applied with a brush, fades spots instantly. If your skin needs a further helping hand, however, look no further than Topshop's Glow highlighter, which gives cheekbones both dewiness and brightness, while hiding redness and blemishes.The minimal make-up looks on the catwalk were underscored by a nonchalant grunginess, rather than a fresh-faced naivety, so your flawless base needs to be framed by heavy features that ooze a bit of attitude.The return of the strong brow is a chance to create a bit of drama, whether you're happy pencilling in Brooke Shields-esque brows or would rather just take them a shade darker. There were thick brows aplenty at Acne and Alexander Wang, where barely-there make-up perfectly matched the urban sleekness of both labels' aesthetics.If you're nervous about going to such lengths, simply extending the line of your brow a little towards your temple will highlight your cheekbones and add some definition to your face."Your brow's own natural line should be your guide," says Bobbi Brown make-up artist Hannah Martin. "Don't try to 'create' a line C believe it or not, we're all born with the brow shape that best suits our face."The final touch should be a sweep of subtly iridescent eyeshadow in a natural colour (pink or gold shades are most flattering, but some of the more directional takes on the catwalk used yellow or even faint mushroom hues), a smear of natural lipbalm and very, very lo-fi hair. A loose ponytail at the nape or a band pushed back into mussed hair works best. At Balmain, hair was so studiedly minimal that hairbands were practically falling out of the half-finished ponytails.The Strong Brow"Use a brow pencil to draw in the line, in a shade that matches the brow colour. Fill with a light feathery stroke, then go over the line with a powdered eye shadow that matches the hair colour closely. Using a stiff, flat, angled brow brush, stroke the shadow lightly from the inner corner of the brow along the entire length to fill it. To finish, stroke colour along the upper edge of the brow to accentuate and give 'lift' to the eye area."Hannah Martin, Bobbi BrownThe Fashion Nail"Special effect polishes and metallics are big in nails this season and I also love a matte topcoat combined with a glossy finish. The contrast of textures looks so modern and stylish. The inspiration for my new autumn collection came from some of the fabrics I've seen in the designer collections C the Dolce & Gabbana star print, for example, and the Missoni fabric inspired my answer to the Aztec Navarro trend in nail art."Sophy Robson, nail artist?YouTube abounds with new tutorials on retro hairstyles, quiffs of all sorts, and how to achieve the perfect vintage curl, thanks to looks seen at designers' Fall/Winter shows, including that of Antonio Marras.The Swinging Sixties are set for a fall comeback, with Rochas having debuted a Bardot-esque bed head, Gaultier styling his models in beehives, and Lagerfeld pairing similar looks with glittering headbands. The decade's high hair also remains popular, as seen at Ruffian among many others.Middle parts as seen in the 1970s will go well with fall's flared jeans, but make sure to keep your tresses slick and straight for a more modern look, as did the stylists of Blumarine's show.Labels including Lanvin demonstrated that bangs will still be big this fall, while curls are best sported in the shape of a short, bouncy bob (see Dior) - but the one hairstyle that will show everyone you did your fashion homework is the long loose side braid la Alexander Wang or Emilio Pucci.?50th SaloniApril 12-17Milan, ItalyFashion brands including Herms, Frankie Morello, and Banana Republic, will launch home collections at the world's biggest interior design fair. The event is open to the general public on April 17. Burberry goes BeijingApril 13Beijing, China & InternationalThe brand is readying a fashion-meets-technology extravaganza that will be broadcast live all around the world: following its Beijing store opening at the Sparkle Roll Plaza, Burberry will stage a show at the Beijing Television Center that will feature Brit rockers Keane, top models, and digital imagery including "life-like" holograms.Opening Ceremony launches at Lane CrawfordApril 14Hong KongThe famous New York-based concept store sets up shop at the Hong Kong shopping destination with US-themed concepts that involve designs by Alexander Wang, Band of Outsiders, Pamela Love, Suno, Rodarte, and Chlo Sevigny. The pop-up will stay open for a month before continuing on to Beijing. / H&M Fashion Against Aids collection releaseApril 26InternationalThe Swedish retailer's yearly Fashion Against Age range is unisex this year and includes spring basics as well as trendy accessories. All designs will be available in H&M's Divided department and online, with 25 percent of sales donated to Designers Against Aids and various other international HIV/AIDS prevention projects.?CFDA AwardsJune 6New York, USAUS designer Alexander Wang is nominated in three different categories at the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America awards, while Marc Jacobs and Lady Gaga are to be bestowed the lifetime achievement and fashion icon awards respectively. Pitti Uomo & Pitti WJune 14-17Florence, ItalyThe next edition of the cutting-edge fashion fair will focus on the new California creative scene with special projects by guest designers Scott Sternberg from Band of Outsiders and Kate and Laura Mulleavy from Rodarte, two brands that have captured the attention of the international fashion community over the last few seasons. Also, actress and fashion icon Sarah Jessica Parker will host the "Firenze4ever...It's magic" event together with designer shopping site Luisaviaroma.com that will welcome 40 bloggers from all over the world.The Fashion World of Jean Paul GaultierJune 17 - October 2Montreal, CanadaThe first ever retrospective dedicated to the designs of world-renowned French couturier Jean Paul Gaultier will be unveiled at The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, after which the exhibit will travel to the US. The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk will display more than one hundred ensembles, including couture creations, as well as original sketches and photographs by the designer, spanning his 35 years in the fashion industry.Men's ready-to-wearJune 18-26Milan, Italy / Paris, FranceBoth fashion capitals will bring the best in menswear back to the runways, with the likes of Diesel, Marc Jacobs, and Burberry showing in Milan, before the fashion community continues on to Paris that will host presentations by Rick Owens, Dries van Noten, Yves Saint Laurent, and many more. / ??Semana Internacional de la Moda (SIMM)September 1-3Madrid, SpainThe country's most important fashion week showcases the collections of local as well as international designers. The inclusive event attracts buyers from all over the world looking for everything from vanguard fashion to everyday wear, sportswear, underwear, plus-size and teen fashion.Istanbul Fashion WeekSeptember 7-10Istanbul, TurkeyOne of the youngest fashion weeks of the world, the event has already gained a high-profile following thanks to designers such as Dice Kayek and Hakaan. Fashion's Night OutSeptember 8InternationalThe global shopping event, initiated by Vogue magazine, will take place in more than 100 cities around the world, with participating countries including the US, Australia, China, the UK, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, and Turkey. For the first time, online retailers will also stage special shopping events to involve those who aren't close to any of the participating locations.New York Fashion WeekSeptember 8-15New York, NY, USAThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talents, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Daphne Guinness exhibitionSeptember 16 - January 7New York, NY, USAFilling the void left by the Met's Alexander McQueen exhibit, this new display at The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) is dedicated to socialite and supporter of high fashion Daphne Guinness, featuring around 100 garments and accessories from her collection by the likes of Azzedine Ala?a, Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, John Galliano for Christian Dior, and of course her personal favorite McQueen.London Fashion WeekSeptember 16-20London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julien Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their Spring/Summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 21-27Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's Spring/Summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 27 - October 5Paris, FranceThe season of Spring/Summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?Lady Gaga for GiltMay 20-21OnlineTo celebrate the launch of Lady Gaga's new album, Born This Way, flash sale site Gilt has created a two-day boutique curated by the star's stylist Nicola Formichetti. Sales include a one-of-a-kind Mugler dress worn by Gaga and a ticket to the Mugler fashion show in Paris, as well as the experience of seeing the Mother Monster perform, complete with VIP access.19th Life BallMay 21Vienna, AustriaThe annual AIDS charity event will feature an impressive guest list with, for instance, singer Janet Jackson representing the Foundation for AIDS Research. The opening ceremony and the fashion show on the Vienna City Hall Square are free and accessible to all with no charge, however the Ball itself is reserved to 3,780 guests. CFDA AwardsJune 6New York, USAUS designer Alexander Wang is nominated in three different categories at the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America awards, while Marc Jacobs and Lady Gaga are to be bestowed the lifetime achievement and fashion icon awards respectively. The Fashion World of Jean Paul GaultierJune 17 - October 2Montreal, CanadaThe first ever retrospective dedicated to the designs of world-renowned French couturier Jean Paul Gaultier will be unveiled at The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, after which the exhibit will travel to the US. The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk will display more than one hundred ensembles, including couture creations, as well as original sketches and photographs by the designer, spanning his 35 years in the fashion industry.?The Moss Portfolio and Other StoriesMay 12 - June 30New York, USAIn addition to better-known photos by Annie Leibovitz or Terry Richardson, Danziger Projects will be showcasing unseen photographs of Moss taken in 1988 (the year before her career was launched in The FACE) by Gene Lemuel and rarely exhibited pictures by Mary McCartney and Herb Ritts.?Kate Moss par les plus grands photographesMay 13 - September 14Paris, FranceRoughly translating to "Kate Moss through the lens of major photographers," the exhibit at the Galerie de l'Instant traces Moss's career in pictures: starting with the legendary shots by Corinne Day, the display moves on throughout the 1990s during which the likes of Paolo Roversi, Peter Lindbergh and Ellen Von Unwerth portrayed her as the emblematic woman of the decade.19th Life BallMay 21Vienna, AustriaThe annual AIDS charity event will feature an impressive guest list with, for instance, singer Janet Jackson representing the Foundation for AIDS Research. The opening ceremony and the fashion show on the Vienna City Hall Square are free and accessible to all with no charge, however the Ball itself is reserved to 3,780 guests. CFDA AwardsJune 6New York, USAUS designer Alexander Wang is nominated in three different categories at the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America awards, while Marc Jacobs and Lady Gaga are to be bestowed the lifetime achievement and fashion icon awards respectively. The Fashion World of Jean Paul GaultierJune 17 - October 2Montreal, CanadaThe first ever retrospective dedicated to the designs of world-renowned French couturier Jean Paul Gaultier will be unveiled at The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, after which the exhibit will travel to the US. The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk will display more than one hundred ensembles, including couture creations, as well as original sketches and photographs by the designer, spanning his 35 years in the fashion industry.?Lakme Fashion WeekAugust 16-21Mumbai, IndiaWith the help of Mercedes Benz, which also sponsors fashion weeks in New York, Sydney, and Berlin, for example, Lakme fashion week has developed into India's most prestigious fashion event.Sydney Fashion FestivalAugust 23-27Sydney, AustraliaThe Sydney Fashion Festival features ticketed fashion events for the public, showcasing Australia's leading designer brands and retailers as their Spring/Summer collections arrive in stores throughout the city. The main fashion shows are held in the Sydney Town Hall and are accompanied by a satellite schedule of fashion and lifestyle events that span the city. The Rosemount Australian Fashion Week is Australia's most globally-followed fashion event but, like the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Mercedes-Benz Sydney Festival is popular with the locals as it is open to the public. Semana Internacional de la Moda (SIMM)September 1-3Madrid, SpainThe country's most important fashion week showcases the collections of local as well as international designers. The inclusive event attracts buyers from all over the world looking for everything from vanguard fashion to everyday wear, sportswear, underwear, plus-size and teen fashion.Istanbul Fashion WeekSeptember 7-10Istanbul, TurkeyOne of the youngest fashion weeks of the world, the event has already gained a high-profile following thanks to designers such as Dice Kayek or Hakaan. New York Fashion WeekSeptember 8-15New York, NY, USAThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talents, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Daphne Guinness exhibitionSeptember 16 - January 7New York, NY, USAFilling the void left by the Met's Alexander McQueen exhibit, this new display at The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) is dedicated to socialite and supporter of high fashion Daphne Guinness, featuring around 100 garments and accessories from her collection by the likes of Azzedine Ala?a, Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, John Galliano for Christian Dior, and of course her personal favorite McQueen.London Fashion WeekSeptember 16-20London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their Spring/Summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 21-27Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's Spring/Summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 27 - October 5Paris, FranceThe season of Spring/Summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?20th Barcelona Bridal WeekMay 10-15Barcelona, SpainThe bridal week, which sees shows and presentations from domestic and international designers including Pronovias (Spain) and Cymbeline (France), shares a spot with New York Bridal Week as the leading event in the field.19th Life BallMay 21Vienna, AustriaThe annual AIDS charity event will feature an impressive guest list with, for instance, singer Janet Jackson representing the Foundation for AIDS Research. The opening ceremony and the fashion show on the Vienna City Hall Square are free and accessible to all with no charge, however the Ball itself is reserved to 3,780 guests. CFDA AwardsJune 6New York, USAUS designer Alexander Wang is nominated in three different categories at the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America awards, while Marc Jacobs and Lady Gaga are to be bestowed the lifetime achievement and fashion icon awards respectively. The Fashion World of Jean Paul GaultierJune 17 - October 2Montreal, CanadaThe first ever retrospective dedicated to the designs of world-renowned French couturier Jean Paul Gaultier will be unveiled at The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, after which the exhibit will travel to the US. The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk will display more than one hundred ensembles, including couture creations, as well as original sketches and photographs by the designer, spanning his 35 years in the fashion industry.?Rachel Zoe collection launchAugust 1OnlineMonths after releasing the lookbook, the celebrity stylist is making her first collection available internationally on e-tailer Shopbop.com. For the launch at 12pm EST, there will be behind-the-scenes footage from the making of Zoe's own fashion line as well as a question-and-answer session on the site.Scandinavian fashion weeksAugust 3-14Copenhagen, Denmark; Stockholm, Sweden; Oslo, NorwayWhile August is a calm month for fashion in general, the Scandinavian countries are using the gap in between seasons to build an alternative scene that attracts more and more visitors each year and that has local designers return from big international fashion cities to show in their home countries.Copenhagen: August 3-7, Stockholm: August 8-14 (Mercedes Benz Fashion Week: August 9-11), Oslo: August 8-14, Lakme Fashion WeekAugust 16-21Mumbai, IndiaWith the help of Mercedes Benz, which also sponsors fashion weeks in New York, Sydney, and Berlin, for example, Lakme fashion week has developed into India's most prestigious fashion event.Sydney Fashion FestivalAugust 23-27Sydney, AustraliaThe Sydney Fashion Festival features ticketed fashion events for the public, showcasing Australia's leading designer brands and retailers as their Spring/Summer collections arrive in stores throughout the city. The main fashion shows are held in the Sydney Town Hall and are accompanied by a satellite schedule of fashion and lifestyle events that span the city. The Rosemount Australian Fashion Week is Australia's most globally-followed fashion event but, like the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Mercedes-Benz Sydney Festival is popular with the locals as it is open to the public. Semana Internacional de la Moda (SIMM)September 1-3Madrid, SpainThe country's most important fashion week showcases the collections of local as well as international designers. The inclusive event attracts buyers from all over the world looking for everything from vanguard fashion to everyday wear, sportswear, underwear, plus-size and teen fashion.Istanbul Fashion WeekSeptember 7-10Istanbul, TurkeyOne of the youngest fashion weeks of the world, the event has already gained a high-profile following thanks to designers such as Dice Kayek or Hakaan. New York Fashion WeekSeptember 8-15New York, NY, USAThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talents, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.London Fashion WeekSeptember 16-20London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their Spring/Summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 21-27Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's Spring/Summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 27 - October 5Paris, FranceThe season of Spring/Summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?New York Fashion WeekThrough September 15New York, NY, USAThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talents, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Daphne Guinness exhibitionSeptember 16 - January 7New York, NY, USAFilling the void left by the Met's Alexander McQueen exhibit, this new display at The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) is dedicated to socialite and supporter of high fashion Daphne Guinness, featuring around 100 garments and accessories from her collection by the likes of Azzedine Ala?a, Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, John Galliano for Christian Dior, and of course her personal favorite McQueen.London Fashion WeekSeptember 16-20London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julien Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their Spring/Summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 21-27Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's Spring/Summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 27 - October 5Paris, FranceThe season of Spring/Summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?Scandinavian fashion weeksAugust 8-14Stockholm, Sweden; Oslo, NorwayWhile August is a calm month for fashion in general, the Scandinavian countries are using the gap in between seasons to build an alternative scene that attracts more and more visitors each year and that has local designers return from big international fashion cities to show in their home countries.Stockholm: August 8-14 (Mercedes Benz Fashion Week: August 9-11), Oslo: August 8-14, Lakme Fashion WeekAugust 16-21Mumbai, IndiaWith the help of Mercedes Benz, which also sponsors fashion weeks in New York, Sydney, and Berlin, for example, Lakme fashion week has developed into India's most prestigious fashion event.Sydney Fashion FestivalAugust 23-27Sydney, AustraliaThe Sydney Fashion Festival features ticketed fashion events for the public, showcasing Australia's leading designer brands and retailers as their Spring/Summer collections arrive in stores throughout the city. The main fashion shows are held in the Sydney Town Hall and are accompanied by a satellite schedule of fashion and lifestyle events that span the city. The Rosemount Australian Fashion Week is Australia's most globally-followed fashion event but, like the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Mercedes-Benz Sydney Festival is popular with the locals as it is open to the public. Semana Internacional de la Moda (SIMM)September 1-3Madrid, SpainThe country's most important fashion week showcases the collections of local as well as international designers. The inclusive event attracts buyers from all over the world looking for everything from vanguard fashion to everyday wear, sportswear, underwear, plus-size and teen fashion.Istanbul Fashion WeekSeptember 7-10Istanbul, TurkeyOne of the youngest fashion weeks of the world, the event has already gained a high-profile following thanks to designers such as Dice Kayek or Hakaan. New York Fashion WeekSeptember 8-15New York, NY, USAThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talents, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.London Fashion WeekSeptember 16-20London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their Spring/Summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 21-27Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's Spring/Summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 27 - October 5Paris, FranceThe season of Spring/Summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?Sydney Fashion FestivalAugust 23-27Sydney, AustraliaThe Sydney Fashion Festival features ticketed fashion events for the public, showcasing Australia's leading designer brands and retailers as their Spring/Summer collections arrive in stores throughout the city. The main fashion shows are held in the Sydney Town Hall and are accompanied by a satellite schedule of fashion and lifestyle events that span the city. The Rosemount Australian Fashion Week is Australia's most globally-followed fashion event but, like the L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, the Mercedes-Benz Sydney Festival is popular with the locals as it is open to the public. Semana Internacional de la Moda (SIMM)September 1-3Madrid, SpainThe country's most important fashion week showcases the collections of local as well as international designers. The inclusive event attracts buyers from all over the world looking for everything from vanguard fashion to everyday wear, sportswear, underwear, plus-size and teen fashion.Istanbul Fashion WeekSeptember 7-10Istanbul, TurkeyOne of the youngest fashion weeks of the world, the event has already gained a high-profile following thanks to designers such as Dice Kayek and Hakaan. Fashion's Night OutSeptember 8InternationalThe global shopping event, initiated by Vogue magazine, will take place in more than 100 cities around the world, with participating countries including the US, Australia, China, the UK, France, Germany, Greece, India, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, and Turkey. For the first time, online retailers will also stage special shopping events to involve those who aren't close to any of the participating locations.New York Fashion WeekSeptember 8-15New York, NY, USAThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talents, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Daphne Guinness exhibitionSeptember 16 - January 7New York, NY, USAFilling the void left by the Met's Alexander McQueen exhibit, this new display at The Museum at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) is dedicated to socialite and supporter of high fashion Daphne Guinness, featuring around 100 garments and accessories from her collection by the likes of Azzedine Ala?a, Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, John Galliano for Christian Dior, and of course her personal favorite McQueen.London Fashion WeekSeptember 16-20London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julien Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their Spring/Summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 21-27Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's Spring/Summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 27 - October 5Paris, FranceThe season of Spring/Summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?The designers - Alexander Wang, Sophie Theallet and Billy Reid - were selected as past winners of the Council of Fashion Designers of America/Vogue Fashion Fund (CVFF), which gives away grants to new and emerging American fashion designers.Wang's T-shirt is a fun play on the coffee stain, with a milky coffee splotch splattered across the right side that tapers into the Starbucks logo, Siren.Theallet, who has worked for Jean Paul Gaultier, captured the brand's ubiquity with a stylized map of the world, while Reid, who hails from the South, used a worn, broken-in tee as his canvas and placed the Siren logo on the shoulder.The limited edition shirts are available at select Nordstrom stores across the US for $85 (61) and will be sold at the online store .Meanwhile, last month, Krispy Kreme in the UK launched two donuts - strawberry and orange glaze - for London Fashion Week, and French luxury tea house Ladure debuted its newest macaron gift box designed by British designer Matthew Williamson.?He also lost his own label, only days before shows for both were staged. Everyone from Karl Lagerfeld to Natalie Portman (among the faces of Dior) was quick to condemn the designer, who, in September, was found guilty on both charges. Those who witnessed the extraordinary workings of his mind couldn't help but mourn his departure from a position that he lit up with his wild imaginings.2. Art attackThe gap between high and low culture continued to narrow as Yves Saint Laurent's Stefano Pilati dressed the cast of Harold Pinter's Betrayal for Ian Rickson's production at London's Comedy Theatre in June. Kristin Scott Thomas, Douglas Henshall and Ben Miles all wore his designs. In November, Louis Vuitton unveiled a trunk created in collaboration with Grayson Perry, with his bear Alan Measles C or at least a stunt double C in pride of place. LV is the title sponsor of Perry's ongoing British Museum show.3. Harsh wordsIn March Herms CEO Patrick Thomas accused LVMH (Louis Vuitton Mo?t Hennessy) president Bernard Arnault of "rape", when it was revealed that the latter had acquired a 20 per cent stake of his label. In an uncharacteristically exasperated moment in the history of a venerable status name, Thomas said: "If you want to seduce a beautiful woman, you don't start by raping her from behind." That same month, Christophe Lemaire took over from Jean-Paul Gaultier as creative director of Herms womenswear and showed his first collection there.4. Happy birthdayOn 8 April, Vivienne Westwood turned 70. Gucci celebrated its 90th birthday with the opening of a Gucci museum in its hometown of Florence in September. The Marc by Marc Jacobs collection was born a decade ago this year as was designer Peter Jensen's eponymous label C a book was published to commemorate the event in the autumn, and last month Jensen staged a retrospective fashion show at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Dazed & Confused is now 20, meanwhile. Another book (Making It Up As We Go Along, published by Rizzoli) and an exhibition of pioneering photographic work (at Somerset House, central London) marked this anniversary.5. There went the bridesWhile Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton denied claims that she would be dressing Catherine Middleton for her marriage to Prince William, on 27 April she was spotted entering the Gore Hotel in Kensington where the Middletons spent the night before the wedding and the truth was out. The gown was received as a thing of great and suitably modest beauty the world over. No one could ever accuse Kim Kardashian of modesty. Kardashian commissioned no less than three wedding dresses for her marriage to Kris Humphreys on 20 August, all by Vera Wang. Wang has since designed affordable copies for lesser mortals and due to go on sale in February, some time after Ms Kardashian filed for divorce, then, which is romantic. Her marriage lasted just 72 days. Another Kate C Ms Moss C got married too, to long-time partner, Jamie Hince, on 2 July and wearing an ivory bias-cut slip made for her by John Galliano.6. The rumour millEven before Galliano had officially parted company with Dior, the rumour mill began turning regarding his successor. Until recently, Marc Jacobs, creative director of Louis Vuitton, was considered to be frontrunner, but it is now believed that Raf Simons is the main contender. Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci, Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton and Balenciaga's Nicolas Ghesquire have also been cited as in the frame. While LVMH continues its search, Galliano's long-time first assistant designer, Bill Gaytten has taken over his signature line and is also caretaker at Dior.7. Ruby slippersOn 8 April, it emerged that shoemaker to the stars, Christian Louboutin, was suing Yves Saint Laurent for using a red sole to match the upper of a new-season suede pump. Louboutin trademarked his signature sole in 2008 and asked YSL to withdraw the offending item. "M Louboutin is the first designer to develop the idea of having red soles on women's shoes," his lawsuit stated. Attorneys acting on behalf of Yves Saint Laurent responded: "Red outsoles are a commonly used ornamental design feature in footwear, dating as far back as the red shoes worn by King Louis XIV in the 1600s and the ruby red shoes that carried Dorothy home in The Wizard of Oz." On 10 August, at the preliminary hearing in New York, Judge Victor Marrero took such flamboyancy one step further, denying the injunction and comparing the case to a hypothetical one in which Picasso sued Monet for using the colour blue. Louboutin's lawyers have said that they will keep fighting.8. Going GagaLady Gaga took to the Paris catwalk for her friend and collaborator Nicola Formichetti's debut show for Thierry Mugler on 3 March and the media went into overdrive. It's been a busy year for Formichetti elsewhere too. Since Jil Sander's departure from Uniqlo (her final collection is in store now), he has been appointed fashion director of the Japanese high-street giant's Innovation Project while Naoki Takisawa, formerly of Issey Miyake, is its new design director. Formichetti also curated a series of T-shirts for Uniqlo C designed by Gaga again, Alber Elbaz, Karl Lagerfeld and more C to raise money for those affected by the earthquake in Japan.9. High fliersOn 17 June, Prada floated on the Hong Kong stock exchange. Any interest was generated not least because it demanded full disclosure from the business, which hitherto had the luxury of keeping any figures to itself. And so it emerged that Miuccia Prada and her husband and Prada Group CEO Patrizio Bertelli earned 10m and 9.7m the previous year respectively, making them among the most highly paid figures in fashion.10. Alexander the greatSavage Beauty C an Alexander McQueen retrospective C opened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on 4 May and broke all attendance levels. The show was extended for a week in August to accommodate as many visitors as possible. McQueen's contemporary, Hussein Chalayan, was also honoured with an exhibition, this time at Paris's Les Arts Decoratifs C Mode et Textile that opened at the beginning of July.11. Back to schoolIn September, the 200m Central Saint Martins redevelopment opened its doors at Granary Square, King's Cross. For the first time in the college's history, students from the fine art, graphics, fashion, drama and performance departments gathered under one enormous roof C there's a massive 10 acres of floor space. The most famous fashion college in the world now has a working environment to match.12. Cool BritanniaTom Ford now thinks London Fashion Week is high-profile enough to be home to his twice-yearly women's ready-to-wear show C he unveiled his summer collection in the British fashion capital in September. If ever there was a year when this all-too-often beleaguered event exceeded all expectations then 2011 was surely it. Unprecedented attendance levels, not to mention talent that, like Meadham Kirchhoff's, more than lives up to the hype that surrounds it notwithstanding , Italy's Camera Nazionale della Moda has fixed its autumn 2012 collection dates in direct conflict with those of the British collections. The Huffington Post described this turn of events as "The Battle of the Catwalks" as, despite increased pressure from all sides, Milan's designer superpowers have refused so far to budge.13. Viva VersaceThere's nothing like a well-judged collaboration and 2011 has seen its fair share. Top of the list must be Versace for H&M, a baroque extravaganza that went on sale on 18 November C La Versace went so far as to make a personal appearance at the chain's Regent Street store. The collection sold out in a matter of days and was so successful there's more to come next year. Christopher Kane's line for J Brand, which launched in November, was an equally impressive coup, featuring candy coloured denim with fashionably frayed edges, courtesy of British fashion's designer du jour. Also of note this year has been Opening Ceremony's link-ups with MM6, Rodarte, Chloe Sevigny, Pendleton and more, and M.A.C's with Cindy Sherman, Gareth Pugh and Miss Piggy. Soon to come is the make-up brand's Daphne Guinness collection. Ms Guinness also launched a fragrance C named Daphne C with Comme des Gar?ons in September.14. Bear necessitiesWhoever said the fashion industry has no heart? In November, some of this world's main protagonists gave Pudsey Bear a makeover. Erdem, Louis Vuitton, Topshop, Giles Deacon, Pringle, Mulberry and Liberty were just some of the names who took part and bears were auctioned online to raise money for Children in Need. Vuitton's Pudsey (designed by Kim Jones, named Louis Vuitton's menswear director in March) went for a massive 35,600, putting any competition, however well-intentioned, into the shade.15. Great British brandNever a brand to miss a trick as far as digital innovation is concerned, at London Fashion Week in September Burberry gave the world its first ever "tweetwalk" C every exit appeared on Twitter moments before it made it on to the catwalk proper. Also of note, several key looks in the collection went on sale online immediately after they were shown C normally even the most fashion obsessed consumer would have to wait a good six months to buy them. More generally, and despite global recession, this much-loved British label continued to post figures that are surely the envy of its esteemed competitors the world over.Fashion AwardsThe 2011 British Fashion Awards took place on 28 November at the Savoy Hotel. And the winners were...Designer of the Year: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueenIsabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator: Sam GainsburyNew Establishment Award: Christopher KaneRed Carpet Award: Stella McCartneyDesigner Brand: Victoria BeckhamMenswear Designer: Kim JonesAccessory Designer: Charlotte OlympiaOutstanding Achievement Award: Paul SmithModel of the Year: Stella TennantBritish Style Award (voted for by the British public): Alexa ChungThe contribution to fashion of stylist and editor-in-chief of LOVE magazine, Katie Grand, was acknowledged when, on 27 October, she received the Wall Street Journal Fashion Innovator Award. Grand was in elevated company. Ai Weiwei (art), Bjarke Ingels (architecture), Steve Ells (food), Elon Musk (technology), Joris Laarman (design) and The Giving Pledge (philanthropy) were among those also awarded gongs by the paper.The Way We WoreLooks we loved...Block colour (best at Jil Sander). Neon (Miu Miu and Christopher Kane). Pleats (that Whistles skirt). Androgyny (everywhere from Stella McCartney to Chanel and all over the high street too). Fetish (leather leggings and Louis Vuitton latex and handcuffs). Theyskens Theory (what's not to want?). Baseball jackets (Isabel Marant's spawned a million imitations). Polka dots (so Rive Gauche). Duffel coats (think Paddington Bear). Flats (finally running is fashionable). Glitter shoes (Dorothy lives and breathes). Knee boots (in leather, rubber, wedge, spike or flat-heeled). Practical bags (from the Cline cabas to the Cambridge Company's satchels).And weren't so sure about...Victoriana (a nice idea but so last century). Gap flares (we tried C and failed). Fruit prints (Prada's bananas were a timely ruse but grapefruits took things a step too far). Designer star prints (over before they had even started so easy were they for the high street to emulate). Navajo (the meaningless appropriation of faraway styles is less than desirable).Launches to remember...Prada costume jewellery (so true to the first lady of fashion's personal style). Make-up ranges from Tom Ford and Dolce & Gabbana (what could be more glamorous?). No. 19 Poudre (a lovely new interpretation) of the original scent. Chanel Peridot (the green/gold nail colour of the year). Jonathan Saunders menswear (chic but not cheap). Current Elliott menswear (now boys can wear the most beautifully worn denim too). Eres London (the finest swimwear in the world now has its own London home).And forget...Lanvin childrenswear (although we hate to say it, cuteness can go too far). Lip transfers (the last word in over-embellishment). Fe jeans (sitting on silicone implants seemed like a good idea at the time but then it didn't).And so farewell...Elizabeth Taylor, Loulou de la Falaise, Fran?ois Lesage and Evelyn Lauder.?Over fifty universities are showing their student's work this year, including Winchester School of Art, Ravensbourne College and Middlesex University.The seven-week-long exhibition will include catwalk events, talks from the designers and workshops.For more information go to ?So when faithful clients and label loyalists attend the international collections, it's a chance for them to plump for pieces straight from the catwalk and pre-order their favourites, which often won't arrive in stores for another six months. A handy way to stay on top of the trends and ensure you're snapping up the season's must-haves before they sell out C and undoubtedly an insider perk of the job.But it's also the shopping model behind a new capsule collection of clothing launching on the e-boutique Net-a-Porter. From Wednesday, McQ, the second line from Alexander McQueen, will offer its autumn 2012 collection on the site for exclusive pre-ordering for a week only. Pieces will then arrive in as soon as two months after the order has been placed, right at the very beginning of the new-season drops."Pre-order is a service that we have offered our customers in the past for truly exceptional collections," explains Net-a-Porter's buying director, Holli Rogers. "The first time was in 2007, when we collaborated with Roland Mouret on the relaunch of his brand. This was the first time customers could pre-order directly from the catwalk, anywhere."The McQ collection in question was a highlight of London Fashion Week last February, as models in strictly tailored but rustic wool coats and delicate but structured A-line dresses trod a catwalk strewn with crisp autumnal leaves. And the reinvigoration of the brand, as well as its return to the capital's schedule, has been met with enthusiasm and excitement among the industry's cognoscenti."As soon as we saw the McQ runway show, we knew our customers would love the collection as much as we did," Holli Rogers continues. "McQ wasn't originally planning to sell the collection, so it's wonderful to be able to offer our customers the chance to pre-order a piece of fashion history."Make no mistake, pre-ordering is for people who love their clothes, who eat, breathe and sleep fashion, and for whom only the most exclusive of pieces will do. But it's also a sales technique that is being adopted by more and more labels and shops, as customers become more confident about buying online and as the internet continues to speed up the traditional cycles of trends and tastes. High-street giant Topshop has started offering its autumn 2012 Unique collection to editors for pre-orders C and where that commercial force leads, others are sure to follow.Burberry, too, has become known for its engagement with online audiences, having last year launched a "Tweetwalk" (in which every catwalk look is tweeted during the show in real time) and, before that, a "Runway to Reality" service which means customers can buy pieces straight from the show via the company's website. "Customers can buy immediately from the show and receive in six to eight weeks," explains chief creative officer Christopher Bailey. "It has changed the whole system of buying, as well as the cycle of production. Basically you can buy every bag that goes down the runway, every coat, and the make-up as well." Needless to say, it's months before the same items are scheduled to arrive in the shops."During the international fashion weeks, we see immediate responses from clients about the collections," says Selfridges' client-services manager, James Servini. "We can receive enquiries as soon as a day after a show. It's mostly a very fashion-savvy customer who will be interested C somebody who has an intuitive sense of which looks define the coming season. They're extremely sure of how they want to dress, and particularly passionate about 'newness'."With the refurbishment of the store's Designer Galleries this year, Selfridges has also launched a lookbook of imagery that has further increased the potential for pre-orders. Working with the buying team to gauge shipments and arrivals, these customers, their tastes and inputs are also helping to shape the selection that will finally arrive on the shop floor C James Servini points particularly to high-end and directional labels such as Haider Ackermann, Ann Demeulemeester and Rick Owens, which are consistently popular orders. The practice may be for a minority, but it's an excellent way for both designers and buyers to canvass opinion, of getting an instant reaction and a sense of which might be the strongest looks in the range."Pre-ordering gives more choice to the customer," agrees designer Jonathan Saunders. "Often people look for more special pieces C which are sometimes not picked up by the stores. It's really interesting to see what people select."In this way, shops are slowly returning to the old system of trunk shows and private views. Some designers still do these in person C Michael Kors runs a circuit of chi-chi boutiques across the US for his diehard fans, while Nina Ricci's Peter Copping and Alber Elbaz at Lanvin have also resurrected the practice C but Net-a-Porter's idea is that the trunk show can be run digitally, and orders taken there. It's a modern approach with roots in a much more personalised couture tradition. Moda Operandi (which stocks Jonathan Saunders, Alexander Wang and Marc Jacobs, among many others) also offers online trunk shows, as well as from-the-catwalk ordering."Everyone is planning the next season in advance," says Kay Barron, fashion-features editor at Harper's Bazaar, "and we're not as spontaneous as we once were. You have to put quite a lot of thought into it and really understand your personal style. But it's always worth it, so long as you actually like what you've ordered when it arrives three months later."?In addition to a selection of elegant canaps and tea sandwiches, nibbles are outfitted by some of the world's most popular designers. The London hotel's pastry team pays homage, for instance, to Chlo's summer clutch in the form of praline and gold chocolate beads.Victoria Beckham's signature summer tote is recreated in peach-colored sponge cake and a chocolate crocodile print; Stella McCartney's summer citrus print motif is interpreted in orange, blueberry and lemon mousse, papaya, red currant, and topped with pate de fruit; and a Marc Jacobs jumpsuit is made with raspberry and lychee cream and accented with an oversized chocolate flower belt.The hotel also collaborated with Thomas Goode of Mayfair which produced a bespoke collection of Paul Smith fine bone china to be used for the tea.The collection is changed every six months to follow the trends in fashion.The afternoon Prt--Portea is served in the hotel's Caramel Room from 1 pm to 6 pm every day for 36.50 (42). Add a glass of champagne and that goes up to between 46.50 (53) to 53 (60).Earlier this month, pastry houses and couture designers collaborated in an outdoor exhibit Haute Cuisine Paris, to showcase the allied crafts of haute cuisine and haute couture.Also in Paris, Caf de la Paix near the Opera Garnier also collaborates every year with a fashion designer to create a new dessert. Thierry Mugler's Rosemary Rodriguez created a dessert called Pop Fizz last year.And a New York-based food blog featuring of fashion designers like Alexander Wang is also set to launch this week.For more information on the tea service, visit .???The trend for scuba and surf wear first made a splash a few months ago, with the launch of the cruise collections. Stella McCartney's oversized shirts and T-shirt dresses are decorated with tropical prints fit for wear on a Hawaiian beach. Alexander McQueen's McQ has opted for a body-conscious silhouette with skin-tight leggings, mini dresses and jumpsuits finished with zips galore and engineered print stretch tops, all of which wouldn't look out of place on very stylish diving boat.Alexander Wang and Richard Nicholl, too, have flirted with the trend. Michael Kors has taken a literal view: though made of comfortable stretch wool-crepe, dresses and high-necked swimwear in classic wet-suit patterns are cinched at the waist with a diver-style clip belt.Swimwear designer Lisa Marie Fernandez has similarly made the most of bringing underwater style to the surface. Her neoprene designs represent scuba chic at its finest. From skimpy metallic bikinis to sleeved, high-necked swimsuits and more that take their inspiration from rash vests, this collection has something for all and the designer makes a killer Lycra dress while she's at it. This season, Fernandez has also collaborated with Peter Pilotto, creating swimwear in more neoprene that showcases the London label's signature digital prints.The scuba look has of course trickled down to the more affordable high street. All the usual suspects have gone for beach chic in some way or another. River Island has great printed leggings, Asos's cut-away swimsuits are spot on and Hobbs' "surf" dresses trimmed with sporty black piping detail are worth hunting down.As far as beauty is concerned, it's not difficult to fake the beach goddess look away from the shores. Spritz on Bumble & Bumble's "surf spray" for textured, full-bodied "just-been-for-a-swim-but-I-still-look-great" hair. Wet-look colour for the eyes also adds to the look: MAC's Paint Pots and Laura Mercier's Cream Eye Colour both give the eye a glowing sheen worthy of a mermaid.Leave the snorkels and surfboards at home, however. The only accessories to be concerned with are bags, shoes and belts. The latter is important to enhance the waist in second-skin dresses. For bags, oversized clutches in bright neon hues cut a dash, all with the obligatory zip fastening.Flip-flops should be avoided: the look is far to up-tempo for flats. Instead, go for a high-heeled sandal with multi-straps, and make sure it comes in a bold, block-colour too. Oh, and it almost goes without saying, these are for the dance floor, not the sand...?The cellist Yo-Yo Ma is no stranger to the White House, having performed at Barack Obama's inauguration two years ago. The night was not strictly pleasure for the Paris-born musician, who performed three pieces from Western and Chinese composers after the dessert of balsamic ice-cream had been served.While Yo-Yo Ma can certainly be counted among the highbrow guests at the dinner, not everyone fell into that category. Jackie Chan, the Hollywood star who lists The Tuxedo and Rush Hour Two among his acting credits, was also an invitees Like the Chinese Premier, the Hong Kong-born actor eschewed the black-tie dress code. BD Wong, the star of Seven Years in Tibet, was also among the Hollywood stars to attend.Michelle Kwan may be symbolic of future ties. An Olympic silver medallist figure skater, Ms Kwan enjoys huge popularity in US, where she is counted among the country's leading sportswomen, and is well known in China.Many business leaders were at the White House, but media tycoon Rupert Murdoch was too busy to join his Chinese-born wife Wendi Deng Murdoch at the White House. Designer Vera Wang was also a guest, and well placed to cast a critical eye over the First Lady's Alexander McQueen-designed dress.?So what do the economically minded do when the mood calls for restraint, and all things ephemeral are tangibly tasteless? When the creaking cycle of trade and trend ground to a halt in September 2008 C as Lehman Brothers collapsed during the London collections C the fashion world was not quite ready for it. It-bags and mega-shoes costing upwards of 13,000, store launches and sushi: the in-crowd had not bargained for a credit crisis. There was much talk of hemlines rising as the stock market plummeted, of vibrant brights that keep our collective chin up; no one, in short, could reconcile what was emerging on the catwalk with what was happening at the cash points.Some labels at that point turned to a newly austere look: for autumn/winter 2008, Prada showed high-necked black-lace dresses, ornate but severely so, while Yves Saint Laurent's Stefano Pilati came up with androgynous boxy tailoring shown on models identically dressed in black pudding-bowl wigs and ebony lipstick. And Marc Jacobs unveiled a fresh vision at luxury label Louis Vuitton: stone, neutral and pastel pieces, such as collarless jackets and sculpted peg trousers C quite the remove from his usual brash and cartoonish collections.By the following season, designers began to develop this "new austerity" (as Vogue had by this point officially termed it), and another aesthetic emerged, spearheaded by Phoebe Philo and her first collection for the French house Cline. Here she presented eminently luxurious knits, tunic dresses, capes and buttery leather T-shirts, allcut in strong and simple shapes, with no embellishment or frippery. With nothing, in fact, extraneous to its construction. It sounded a new note within the industry and sent it in a completely different direction.Forget the po-faced architects and sombre artists of yesteryear: New Minimalism was a movement that distilled all of the quality, desirability and "must-have" nature of previous aesthetics into something more palatable for a troubled economy. It was cogent in the face of insolvency; it allowed for our straitened shopping habits; it spoke of hard times and simple solutions: it was the era of the minimalist revival. Shopping and fashion C particularly high-end fashion C were OK; stealth wealth and investment buys were key.Previous habits of disposable pieces and conspicuous consumption fell by the wayside C people wanted durable, quality items that were anonymous enough to be worn again and again, and versatile enough to work anywhere and everywhere. Minimalism was a functional alternative to the "spend, spend, spend" ethos, by way of both practicality and fashionability.Clothes became plainer, as did their messages. Designers such as Stella McCartney and Hannah MacGibbon at Chlo followed suit, with pragmatic tailoring in neutral palettes; young names in the industry, such as New York's Alexander Wang and London's Heikki Salonen (who had previously focused on grungy, urban streetwear) began showing pared-down sportswear in black, white and grey; even celebrity designers such as Victoria Beckham, who had surfed the crest of the bling wave on the strength of their names alone, turned to strict silhouettes, minimal adornment and muted colours. Minimalism was soon much more than a trend; it became a zeitgeist.Just over a year ago, I wrote a piece for this magazine, cataloguing the new ways in which designers had been manipulating the aesthetic to suit it to their signatures and their fanbases. I looked at the fledgling names coming through who were making it their trademark. And I tried to look into where it had come from. What I found was that minimalism has been the weft and weave not only of modern fashion but of the modern social fabric since the turn of the 20th century. Any history of the discipline becomes a social commentary that reaches much further than the intellectual enclaves with which it is usually associated.Minimalism, its ebb and flow as a popular aesthetic, underpins almost every single social development of the 20th century. As women are liberated from their houses and roles in the 1920s, so they are freed, too, from the swathes of restrictive clothing, skirts, corsets and crinolines. As they take to the streets and to the workplace in the 1970s and 1980s, so clothing becomes more simplified, more masculine and more practical C and when the backlash to feminism came, at the end of that period, so the catwalks filled up with froufrou and frills and frothy femininity.So it happened that in this recession C billed "the women's recession" on account of where job losses and Government cuts might hit the hardest C fashion once again became simple and sanitised, androgynous rather than objectifying. And it was no coincidence that the designers creating these clothes that dictated a mood were all women too: Philo, McCartney and MacGibbon.But minimalism is also behind wider social trends C reductivism has ever been a means of progress and innovation, from early designers such as Paul Poiret and Fortuny, who sought to overhaul the excess of contemporary womenswear, to the space-age designers of the 1960s C Andr Courrges and Pierre Cardin, whose clean, streamlined shapes introduced a new sort of futurism not only to fashion, but to emerging consumer and lifestyle trends. Furniture became streamlined too, as did architecture and art; the geometry and uncluttered work of De Stijl artists directly influenced Yves Saint Laurent when he created his Mondrian dress.Minimalism as a fashion directive is imbued with political relevance, too C the emergent Japanese designers Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Gar?ons used drab, sombre and often deliberately distressed clothes to undercut the haute bourgeois looks of the 1980s, while the Belgians Martin Margiela and Ann Demeulemeester deconstructed classic tailoring and wardrobe basics to superbly gothic effect.Ultimately, fashion has moved on once more C as it always does. But the minimalism that came with a certain moment still informs the looks being unveiled on the catwalks this season: shapes are plainer; femininity is played down, spoken in colour and sculpted shapes rather than frills and froth; and above all, the emphasis remains on investment.It will take us a while to rehabilitate our weary wallets, but the time will come again for conspicuous consumption. George Osborne and Mervyn King may not know what's in store, but you can be sure of one thing: we haven't seen the back of modern minimalism just yet.'Less is More: Minimalism in Fashion', (Merrell, 35), by Harriet Walker, is out now?The book: Classy by Derek BlasbergNew York fashion journalist Derek Blasberg's sparkling new fashion etiquette guide is a must for anyone braving Fashion Week. With help on all matters, from how to get ahead to how to avoid the worst dressed lists, don't leave home without it.9.99, Harveynichols.comCharles Anastase, designerThe music for my show is Serge Gainsbourg's Gainsbourg percussion. After the show I'm dining with my investors at Scott's restaurant in Mayfair, which I love. And I will probably end up going with designer Louise Gray to the Ponystep party and to Claridge's with my American friends, from the band The Like, who are in town.Heikki Salonen, designerFor fashion week I am preparing for the spring/summer 2011 Fashion East show that will take place in the Old Eurostar Terminal Building at Waterloo station. I hope to be eating out in the new HEL YES! restaurant, which I'm excited about, because for me it's something I can really relate to C to see and eat some Finnish food in London is going to be incredible for me!The music: Burberry acousticBurberry's Christopher Bailey has teamed up with the British Fashion Council to create the first in a collection of albums that celebrate fashion's relationship with the music industry. Featuring tracks from David Bowie, Good Shoes and The Boomtown Rats, it's a lively selection of classics and cool kids that sum up the label's modern take on British heritage chic. Released on 20 September.Hannah Marshall, designerMy show is on the first day of Fashion Week, so I will get to enjoy the rest. During the day, I'll be doing sales appointments with buyers and seeing press. It's nice to put faces to names since so much is done over email. There are always some great parties in London too C at Bungalow 8 and Shoreditch House, and the Mulberry party is guaranteed fun.The restaurant: HEL YES!Super-cute pop-up restaurant HEL YES! offers the finest in Finnish cuisine and design, within a lofty warehouse. With staff uniforms created exclusively by ex-pat Heikki Salonen (above), who will show his collection as part of Fashion East on 21 September, it's definitely the coolest seat in town. And all that fish oil will be a perfect restorative for a weary fashion pack. Open until 3 October, see Helyes.fi for details.The editor's picks: The love machineFashion from a vending machine? Not just any vending machine, one of the most luxe ones around. The Morgans' Semi-Automatic vending machine can be found in glamorous hotels around the world and Fashion Week sees it based at St Martins Lane in London. Katie Grand, editor of LOVE magazine, has collected her favourite pieces from Selfridges for you to choose from. It doesn't take small change, though. Stmartinslane.comThe auction: The car boot-iqueIf you're looking for a piece of fashion memorabilia, log on to the Car Boot-ique. The online auction will raise money for Fashion East and Laureus Sport for Good Foundation by selling designer pieces ranging from Christopher Kane to a six-foot apple that decorated the Mulberry catwalk last season. Look out too for the limited-edition finger puppets of fashion editors: Suzy Menkes in miniature! Mercedes-benz.co.uk/fashionThe wheels: London cycle chicWho says cycling is for nerds? Designer Jean-Pierre Braganza has created a limited-edition version of the London hire bike, rendered in the same bird and rose print used in his spring/summer 2011 collection C which he'll show on the catwalk this Friday. The bikes will also launch that day, so look out for them whizzing around the capital, bringing a bit of glamour to the daily commute. Go to TFL.gov.uk for more details.The venue: Waterloo stationFashion Week's main marquees are set up at Somerset House on the Embankment, but the Topshop venue is where the younger NEWGEN designers show, and this season sees the reincarnation of Waterloo station's old Eurostar terminal, with a catwalk along the tracks. For those who want in on the action, Topshop will screen the shows live and in 3D at their Oxford Circus store. With a view like that, who needs a front row seat?Kinder Aggugini, designerYou always see people in amazing looks at Fashion Week and I wonder where they all come from and where they go when the week is over. I love the music for my show C a mix of eerie sounds with rocking beats and some new electro tracks. I'll mainly be hanging out in my basement while we prepare the show C but there's hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling mirrors and Itsu for lunch, so I have no complaints.Sarah Harris, fashion writer, VogueDays will be spent hotfooting it between Somerset House and Waterloo, so I've bought some Jimmy Choo biker boots which are fur-lined and flat for comfort. I'm most excited to see Christopher Kane and Meadham Kirchoff's shows. We always start off with good intentions, snacking on seeds and fruit, but by the end of the week it's Haribo and Cadbury's Whole Nut.The young blood: Daisy CraverCraver, a recent graduate from the University of Westminster, is the latest winner of the Warehouse Design Competition, which plucks out talented young designers and gives them the chance to design for a major high-street label. Her leather jackets (above, 350) and goth-chic skirts (40) are just a couple of highlights and the capsule collection arrives in store on 16 September. Warehouse.co.ukThe wardrobe: Shop 24Dressing for the shows is notoriously difficult C balancing comfort with cool is no easy task. Thanks, then, to Browns, whose new Shop 24 concept brings together staples and basics from some of the coolest labels around, such as Alexander Wang, Vince and Surface to Air. The one-stop shop for wardrobe essentials includes this camel coat by Carven, 630, and look out too for jewellery by the ultra-hip Pamela Love.?To unveil his latest collection, he chose the Lexington Armory, far from the more establishment setting of the Lincoln Center, headquarters of the Autumn-Winter 2011 New York Fashion Week.And if the week has so far revealed a steady trend of heavy cloth, red colors and liberal use of fur, Jacobs, as usual, broke the rules.The setting was the 1940s, but the models strutting down the catwalk were hyper-modern, 21st century - or more. They wore vinyl boots with stacked heels, pencil skirts and sequins.There were a lot of rubber trousers, cellophane shirts and fake fur. Plus a healthy dose of polka dots, although not those of some romantic summer look but rather set against severe cuts.The wild, space-age show had fashion bloggers gasping and proved that yet again Jacobs could turn up half way through Fashion Week and lead the pack.For other designers, the big muse this year appears to have been the rigors of the harsh winter, sending creators to dig around for warm and cozy materials.New York saw record snowfall in January so perhaps it's no surprise that furs and quilted jackets have made had such a heavy presence on catwalks, from Calvin Klein men to Catherine Malandrino or the Thai-American designer Thakoon Panichgul.Alexander Wang set the tone on Saturday with thick black ponchos. Satin covered the legs and cashmere the top.Wang said he wanted to mix "all types of coats, anoraks, parkas, capes."On Sunday, Derek Lam showed flannel coats with sleeves in fur, a popular material this year, whether it's astrakhan, fox or mink.Calvin Klein stepped forward with a men's collection that should suit those Wall Street hot shots as they navigate lower Manhattan's windy streets: big fur or leather coats, aviator jackets and electric blue puffas."I'm interested in the idea of protection" from the cold, said Italo Zucchelli, artistic director for CK menswear.Catherine Malandrino nodded toward traditional nostalgia for her native France in a collection including romanticism and eccentricity. But she too made sure her leather coats and jackets were lined with fur.Thakoon, one of the stars of a new American fashion wave, opted for the quilted look, not just in jackets but in dresses too.Donna Karan came up with severe-looking black and white coats to warm up models wearing black mini-dresses.?Sourced from the house's own archives, they referenced a similar design from the spring 1996 collection. And that very evening, some fortuitous eBaying took me straight to a pair of the originals C cut for a different era, of course, and ever so slightly too small, but I bought them nonetheless. For 50 quid. Six months before the latest version even appeared in stores.I'm not the sort to stay up all night bidding and I don't have much of a strategy. But in the past year, I've accrued a selection of designer pieces from eBay and similar sites C the Prada trousers (they don't really fit), a Comme des Gar?ons skirt, a Nineties Ann Demeulemeester blazer C all immensely wearable, all in great condition and all for significantly less than you might expect to pay in a shop.The internet's role in the democratisation of high-end fashion is well documented, from street-style blogs to live-streamed catwalk shows. But it has also spawned a generation of informed bargain hunters.Innovative and accessible new retail sites and concepts mean that, even as traditional retailers are re-adjusting to a frosty climate, buyers can stalk cyberspace round the clock for cut-price goods. Alex Fury, editor of LOVE magazine, agrees: "I love eBay and discount websites, because you get a second chance to buy the clothes you missed out on first time around. Hindsight is a wonderful thing in fashion: you often don't realise how much you love something until you can't get it any more."So much is borne out by the flourishing of past-season and second hand websites offering high-end designer clothing at what is often a fraction of the original price. Lian Michelson is the founder of the site Then and Now (thenandnowshop.com), which sells current collections from labels such as Rick Owens and Yves Saint Laurent, as well as pieces from their back catalogues."Fashion is cyclical and trends often repeat themselves," she explains. "Finding past season items for discounted prices that still fit with what's on the catwalk is not difficult."Then and Now allows shoppers to buy in-season and search through the current trends, while also offering those who are more price-sensitive a slice of luxury for less."The Outnet (theoutnet.com) was one of the first of these concepts to launch, in April 2009. It carries more than 250 top labels at up to 70 per cent off and hosts clearance sales that often crash the site, such is the demand among shoppers. "You used to have to travel to out-of-town outlets or be in the know about sample sales," says managing director Stephanie Phair. "But the internet has changed all that. I think for our customers there is an element of pride in finding a fabulous, past-season designer piece at great value." Names on the roster include Alexander Wang, Marni and Maison Martin Margiela, all known for their conspicuously directional aesthetic. Usually such tell-tale items are a no-no when it comes to sale shopping, but attitudes to whether pieces are brand new or not seem to have changed."'Last season' used to be one of the worst insults you could hurl at anyone fashionable," says Alex Fury. "But people today seem to appreciate a garment for being beautiful rather than for razor-edge appeal. There is a sense of longevity to really luxurious garments that mean you buy them in-season and out."The profusion of discounted designer sites means that clothing which is six months old (or older) is no longer pass; instead, this has become the savviest way to shop. If fast fashion went out with Bear Stearns on the tsunami of the credit crunch, then collecting cannily and with caution (not to mention an eye on the purse strings) is what has taken its place. And these types of websites have cashed in on precisely that zeitgeist, by offering cheap alternatives and the chance to make money from your existing wardrobe.Stylesequel.com has a "Closet Concierge" service that collects your unwanted and unworn designer pieces and re-sells them online, allocating a cut to both the owner and the company. "There has been an explosion in the second hand market online in the last couple of years," says founder Emma Allen. "You can find an amazing selection of high-end fashion bargains any time, in any country. You don't have to pay thousands for a designer piece, you can get one for hundreds. I like to call it 'second-chance style'."Allen began in 2005 by selling designer pieces on eBay, the first second-hand and auction site of its kind, which commenced bidding as early as 1993. It does a roaring trade in second-hand and box-fresh designer items, from classic names right up to the most avant garde: type in 'Rick' and 'Owens' is the first suggested search term.There is a cult of buyers and sellers in the community, seeking out beloved labels that are more usually priced well beyond their budgets."I'm pretty good at eBay," admits fashion photographer Atlanta Rascher. "I basically wear all my clothes for a while, then sell them again. I only wear designer, but never spend a penny C I hate the high street because of child labour, and I can't afford to buy new."But I bought a really nice Balenciaga camel hair coat from a 2005 collection recently for 23. And a Lanvin fur coat for 350, down from 4,000. I think the lady who sold it was going through a divorce and needed some cash."Incredibly, a piece of clothing is sold on eBay every second; a designer handbag goes every seven seconds; and more than 700 dresses sell every hour."People no longer walk into a shop and buy a head-to-toe look off a mannequin," says Carrie Bienkowski, eBay UK's head of fashion. "Shoppers have their own individual style and gain inspiration from all over the web. eBay enables people to find everything they need, from high street must-haves to that amazing bag from last season, to one-off vintage finds."Internet fashion is then one of few heartening instances of increased consumer choice and people power in this respect. That's not to say that the stress of watching, bidding and counter-bidding is for everyone, but the web has opened up fashion to a much wider audience. Just beware the heat of the chase and set yourself a limit C many an enthusiastic eBayer has ended up paying over the odds for something that they didn't really want. And let the Prada trousers be a warning: make sure what you're bidding on will actually fit.Going once! How to eBayKnow your designers: if there's a label which you particularly love, swot up on its recent collections so that you're more likely to recognise pieces when they do pop up.Buy winter garments in summer, and vice versa, when prices are low.Shop in January, as people offload unwanted presents and fewer people are spending.Don't raise the stakes too quickly: bid cautiously so you don't inflate prices and set yourself a strict maximum before you get carried away.Sell on a Sunday, and in the evening in particular, when more people are browsing C sales in December tend to generate four times as much as at other times of year.?Prabal GurungPrabal Gurung is proving to be one of fashion's "new guard" designers. After Sarah Jessica Parker wore one of the designer's gowns during Fashion's Night Out a couple of weeks ago, the front row was packed with the beautiful and fabulous, from outlandish rapper Nicki Minaj to model Elettra Wiedemann. Structured whimsy and an abundance of amazing graphics and prints were inspired by Nobuyoshi Araki's Sensual Flowers.Helmut LangNext, it was on to one of my favourite brands, Helmut Lang, and design duo Nicole and Michael Colovos' first runway appearance. Actress Rose McGowan and Misshapes DJ Leigh Lezark sat front row in the currently disused Hudson River Park Pier 57, an enormous ex-cargo transport pier in the middle of a construction site. Models wore sharply cut tailoring, washed prints, jersey drapes, asymmetric cuts, all in a simple yet striking colour palette of black, white, grey and yellow.Alexander WangWang has trademarked the glossy-grunge-streetwear-meets-sport aesthetic. Perforated leather bombers, iridescent city shorts, sleeveless laser-cut blazers, pumped-up silk shirts and slick, black pants teamed with "just out of the shower" hair, will appeal. BMX/motocross influences combined delicate floral watercolour prints with tight pants, cropped jackets, leather bandanas, industrial-sized zips and even the odd motorcycle helmet.AltuzarraAnother leading talent of the new generation, Joseph Altuzarra, really proved himself this season. The designer explored his grunge, fetish and utilitarian inspirations, initially with monochromatic, tailored combinations which then hit a curve with psychedelic Hawaiian prints splashed across silk shifts, trousers and jumpsuits and peeking through slits carved into fluted hems and cinched waists, piped down the leg of a cigarette pant or decorating a sleeve.Victoria BeckhamThis season saw Victoria Beckham's first fully fledged runway show. Held in the New York Public Library, it showcased her recurring signature of elegant, hourglass silhouettes with structured cocoon wool coats, and form-fitting full-length dresses. Ms Beckham also capitalised on the sporty aesthetic that has been popping up all over New York this week. Hats off to her for somehow managing to achieve the impossible and designing two collections, having a baby and still being a poster girl for the glamorous side of fashion C all without seemingly batting an eyelid! Her second line C Victoria by Victoria Beckham C is a feminine, pretty collection and one that we are extremely excited to launch.DVFSusan Sarandon, Oscar de la Renta and Valentino all turned out for Diane von Furstenberg's show, where designer Yvan Mispelaere showed his best collection for the label thus far. Clean, crisp and sophisticated, it was called Beginnings, as a tribute to the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 that day.PreenDesigner couple Thea Bregazzi and Justin Thornton's inspiration was literary heroine Virginia Woolf. Aside from some flashes of virginal white lace, however, the execution was far more avant-garde, including hi-tech, pixelated, pastel geometrics, trompe l'oeil prints and glitterball sequins.Donna KaranAt Donna Karan we were treated to a show of luxe sportswear. Everything was soft, raw and rugged, and swept from the Hamptons to Parrot Cay and the NYC streets. After travelling to Haiti, she brought these two worlds together with a vibrant, sophisticated and sexy collection.Ralph LaurenThe release of the remake of The Great Gatsby is imminent, and Ralph Lauren's show was a taster. The venue was an idyllic English garden of sorts. Models wore silk pyjama pants, pretty bias-cut tea dresses and the designer's riff on Daisy Buchanan's summer hat. Androgynous tailoring contrasted with full-length gowns that swooshed down the runway and had red-carpet dressing written all over them.Marc JacobsMarc Jacobs cited the 1920s as the influence for his collection too. In this case, though, it was mashed up in an abstract, space-age fashion. Futuristic flapper girls wore cloche hats, tailored separates and drop-waist dresses embellished with high-shine fringing, sequins and cellophane. For the designer's second line C Marc by Marc Jacobs C grown-up cuts with a youthful outlook was the story: sleeveless silk shirts, oversized yet crisp cocoon shirt-dresses, full-length jumpsuits, A-line drawstring skirts and colour-pop holdalls.RodarteThe Mulleavy sisters treated us to a mash-up of Walt Disney's original 1959 version of Sleeping Beauty and Van Gogh's Sunflowers. Burnished golds and yellows were used across a collection that featured structured separates C including cigarette pants and sleeveless jackets with sci-fi triangular shoulders C juxtaposed with boho full-length dresses. My favourite was a retro-1970s full-length gown with tulle overlay and Van Gogh-inspired sunflower print.Theyskens' TheoryOlivier Theyskens creates the perfect wardrobe mix for the cool, downtown girls of NY, and to this end he surely satisfied. Slick, wet-look T-shirts teamed with cropped leather waistcoats, boxy tweed jackets worn with high-waisted denim shorts that could certainly pass muster in the office, and louche, stylish knits were all standout elements for me.Proenza SchoulerThe designers' inspiration was space-age Googie architecture and the stylistic details of the 1940s, including neat A-line dresses and nipped-in waists. New York's fascination with print rumbled on as we were treated to glimpses of 1950s Hawaii and swirling florals. The sexy sophistication for which the duo are known and the detail and intricacies of the workmanship shone through. Burnt orange, cobalt blue and sunshine yellow left the audience on a happy high.L'Wren ScottThis show opened with an upbeat assortment of beaming and buoyant 1940s-inspired shift dresses, Capri pants and snappy jackets in sky blues and sunny yellows. The glamorous French Riviera set were cited as the inspiration behind sweeping silk, silver-screen gowns and jewels, sequins and sparkle scattered across the collection. A particularly beautiful poppy-print gown hugged the model's figure in all the right places.Calvin KleinOpting for a delicately sensuous approach, Calvin Klein designer Francisco Costa sent models meandering down the catwalk in a selection of wispy, glossy, silk slips, some balanced with elongated tailored jackets. An all-black sequence was more moody but such things are relative and in no way disrupted the pared-back elegance and beauty of it all.Showroom AppointmentsJ Brand After setting denim trends with skinny styles, cargo silhouettes and bright colours, J Brand branched into sportswear. From next spring, the company will offer a new collection to complement the denim of easygoing, uncomplicated and subtly sophisticated minimal jackets to toss over jeans, cropped khaki macs cinched at the waist and hand-knitted bolero sweaters.The Row Harvey Nichols exclusively launched The Row with the Olsen twins back in 2007 and it was an immediate hit. Best described as relaxed minimalist luxe, it's clear that the girls work hard on the cut and shape of each of their pieces. From oversized kaftans to maxis with sheer hems, their latest collection was swathed in clean-coloured silk and looked just as beautiful on the hanger as it had at the show.?Pink hair was one of the most dominant beauty trends on the runways, but it wasn't the only look reminiscent of the punk years: Alexander Wang, Chris Benz, and Prabal Gurung all went for hair and makeup that drew on the 1990s, while fashion blog writes that "we spotted a slew of black models rocking a buzzed cut. ... And sure, a shaved head definitely has roots in '80s punk and '90s grunge (think Grace Jones, Empire Records, Sinead O'Connor, and M'Shell Ndegeocello) ...."Speaking of musical references, the label Vena Cava handed out a magazine instead of the usual press release: 'Zina Cava' fed on the younger generation of editors' nostalgia for the decade, referencing everything from Zima to No Doubt, with prints of the obligatory Calvin Klein Jeans ads. The US design duo said they got inspired by Fiona Apple's music for a collection that included elements as elementarily 1990s as thin pleats - a detail that also appeared at Rachel Comey on maxi dresses.One of the most lauded designers of the fashion week, Alexander Wang, was no exception to the rule, as describes: "[Wang] looked more to Tom Ford at Gucci for inspiration. No, there weren't satin suits, but there were satin, sparkly skinny pants in pink, purple, and grey. There were also satin skirts cut up like streamers below the knee, paired with matching mohair sweaters in champagne and pale pink. Add on some furry stripper shoes - very Carrie Bradshaw circa 1998-and a satin poncho fit for Gwyneth Paltrow in her Brad Pitt days, and you've got a quintessentially late-'90s wardrobe."Further evidence of the 1990s 'mania' were chokers, as seen at Tory Burch and Thakoon, turtlenecks that were spotted at Edun and Altuzarra and 'excessively' incorporated into every BCBG Max Azria look, and maxi dresses that were a staple on the runways of Tommy Hilfiger, Kimberly Ovitz, and Mara Hoffman.??Cool metallic collars appeared on sexy sheath dresses, while sleek jersey gowns were given an edge with snakeskin inserts, although the cone-shaped bras will be reserved for only the most daring customers. The result was a uniquely modern collection, and the patchworked dresses are a definite must for next season. We will be watching this new creative talent for a long time to come.Alexander WangAt Alexander Wang, the model's favourite designer and purveyor of all things black surprised us with a well-executed collection of mostly white looks. (White, incidentally, is shaping up as the colour of the spring/summer 2011 season.) Wang's smart interpretation of the judo jacket and parachute pants showed him using Japanese and martial-arts-style themes to achieve a much softer, cleaner silhouette. A new direction and one that adds to our conviction that he is an influential force in fashion. The designer went on to tease the audience with a dash of mint, coral and outstanding graffiti prints for the finale. I loved his wide-legged carpenter pants, which could be worn with one of the vests from his more reasonably priced T by Alexander Wang line.Marc JacobsA homage to the Seventies, inspired by the New York Dolls and Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs' collection also had a distinct Studio 54 feel about it. While everyone else is exploring pale shades and white, Jacobs embraced strong colour in a big way: cerise, pink and orange were all there. There were trouser suits, Missoni-esque zig-zag knit dresses and jumpers, sexy halterneck, chiffon and silk/jersey dresses, hot pants and strapless jumpsuits with daring, thigh-high splits. As always, the styling was impeccable, and sure to set the trends. Look out for gold, glitter platforms, chain bags and wide-brimmed hats la Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver.Marc by Marc JacobsFor his diffusion label, Marc by Marc Jacobs, the tattooed designer showed a cleaner, sportier take on the Seventies theme. There were slouchy jumpsuits, some in parachute silk C a key fabric for next season C striped jersey tank dresses, shorts (which are still big news, especially on the streets of New York), and T-shirts. High-waisted and mid-length skirts were worn with tight sweaters, and trousers were teamed with polka-dot pussy-bow blouses. Dresses were key and there were so many to choose from: a pretty grey jersey dress, flirty halterneck dress and embroidered dresses that will fly off the shelves.RodartePossibly one of the most beautiful shows I have ever seen. As models walked out to the sound of "The End" by the Doors, the Seventies influence that has been sweeping New York was apparent yet again. So too was a Navajo theme, but there was also something so romantic about this show, in the jackets with cut-out shoulders, embroidered dresses worn with draped skirts over the top (layering is another key trend), pleated trousers, shorts, and Chinese-inspired tops all in shades of brown and gold. The Ming-vase-print dresses added a flash of bright colour to the collection as a whole and offered a soft contrast to some of the harder looks. The gold lame gladiator-style dresses were exquisite. You can see why LVMH is rumoured to have its eyes on these girls.Donna KaranDonna Karan's latest collection is called "Raw Romance" and it was exactly that; there was not even a hint of her signature black. Instead the palette was all gold, tan, cream and honey, and jackets came in crumpled, stretched satin or silk, washed linen and leather C all very natural. The collection had a sensual feel to it, with crepe bias-cut slip dresses caressing the body and a vintage-style long nubuck skirt. The finale of delicately embroidered bronze evening dresses in liquid silk were to die for. As Karan herself says: "These clothes are modern, weightless and effortless C ready to romance the urban nomad wherever she goes." Over at DKNY, there was a definite New York theme coming through, from the invitation through to the backdrop spelling out "tongue-in-chic" New York-style slogans such as "Big Apple of My Eye".Diane Von FurstenbergThis was ex-Gucci designer Yvan Mispelaere's first collection for the glamorous Ms Von Furstenberg C watched by the Sex in the City actress Sarah Jessica Parker in the front row C and it was an incredibly polished one with a goddess theme. "It started when we took our first walk together through Paris to see the Isadora Duncan show," Von Furstenberg said, and this influence came through in the draped dresses. The classic DVF prints were there, but were bolder and stronger, and again tailoring was paramount in the form of pant suits and skinny trousers. Sleeveless hooded jumpsuits made me yearn for next summer. Now.Phillip LimKeeping with his familiar theme of simple, wearable clothes, this season Phillip Lim introduced layering and geometric shapes to the mix. Pieces such as a black laser-edged T-shirt were very pretty and there were little skirts with peplums and jumpers over the top. The neutral colour palette saw nude tulle mixed with black to give the illusion of bare skin. My favourite piece was the classic trench, which looked particularly chic in organza. Sheer was also a big story, on the backs of T-shirts and shift dresses. Although the show seemed simple and pared down, it had a strong luxury feel about it. Lim's very loyal customer base won't be disappointed next season.PreenWith a front row that included models Kelly Brook and Liberty Ross, stylist Caroline Seiber and actress Margo Stilley, Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi from Preen followed a Back To The Future theme. Models were dressed in futuristic Sixties-influenced mini skirts, dresses and beautiful trouser suits where the only structure was the peplum detailing. There was a definite contrast between hard and soft, and the palette, here once again, was predominantly pale. Beautiful broderie anglaise prom-style dresses were belted under the bust, and draped dresses came with cut-out backs.Proenza SchoulerThe Proenza Schouler girl is a lady next season. This was a grown-up collection in which hemlines dropped for a more mature silhouette. Coco Chanel-inspired tweed jackets C sure to attract a waiting list C were worn with knee-length skirts and Chanel-style pumps, and ruffles featured on slip dresses. A truly feminine collection.Ralph LaurenNavajo meets Victoriana seemed to be the look for Ralph Lauren next season, making for a strong show, while upholding the DNA of the brand. White crochet, crisp cotton and voile appeared on ruffled sleeves and poet's blouses, while the pale theme continued into off-white or tan, fringed, leather jackets. Fluid and dressed down, each look was worn with antique cowboy belts and tan ornamental chokers with Navajo cross-body bags. My favourite look was the faded green plaid cotton work shirt, refreshingly combined with a platinum lam beaded skirt and antique silver woven chain sandals.Trends C Need to knowSeventies, a return to femininity, romance, utilitarian, peplums and an emphasis on the hips. Scarves, draping, simplicity, shorts, high waists and flares. Cleansing the palette, monochrome with a nod to colour blocking. Texture, layering, parachute silk.London Fashion WeekThe Independent fashion desk will be blogging from London Fashion Week at Follow us on Twitter at Twitter.com/indyfashion?The go-to dress of the coming season is a little pink number that takes over from this year's white frock (even though the latter remains popular). Cushnie et Ochs, Jenni Kayne, and DKNY were just three labels that presented their interpretations.A luminous orange is the other trend color come next spring: Charlotte Ronson, Derek Lam, Peter Som, Kimberly Ovitz, and VPL showed dresses of all shapes and lengths, but all colored in the sunny shade.Pattern-wise, all things tribal were again very common, with Alexander Wang giving them a typically sporty touch and even queen of simplicity Donna Karan not being able to resist the trend: her collection was inspired by Haitian tribals, and musician Wyclef Jean - one of the country's best-known activists - seemingly approved from the front row.?Alexander Wang was keen to make a powerful statement with his show finale. Last season, it was a clutch of semi-retired supermodels; this season, nine bleach-browed blondes in white, croc-leather pencil skirts and knit shorts scattered across the runway and, as the lights went out, they glowed in the dark. A version of fishing wire held panels of clothing together as if they were the individual parts of a model aircraft still in their sprues, while knee-high, cut-out sandals gave a similarly tough and futuristic impression.Tommy HilfigerThe Tommy Hilfiger show was like going on a lovely date: it took place in the evening on the High Line C a disused rail track which has been converted to a verdant public walkway on the west side of Manhattan. Lanterns illuminated the entrance and the breeze provided welcome respite. It was also a fun date: slouchy silk suits with oversized shirts in rope or spot print, and patchwork trousers with Breton-striped hoodies felt youthful and easy. Lattice lacing on canvas dresses nodded to the holiday wardrobes of Seventies sirens Jackie O and Lauren Hutton.Victoria BeckhamVictoria Beckham has said that she would like each of her collections to surpass its predecessor, and that is exactly what is happening. She opened with a quartet of floppy-brimmed hats by Stephen Jones atop fluid looks in monochrome and orange, and the collection was made of luxurious fabrics. Crisp white shirts and tailored jackets added a previously untapped masculinity, while the signature bodycon dresses remained, and were made more sensuous with purposefully visible, built-in bras. Her collaboration with Manolo Blahnik was a great success: flat sandals and flat buckled shoes for the first time in a Beckham show.Diane von FurstenburgCan you ever have too much colour? The spirited combinations of prints and block colours at Diane Von Furstenberg's spring '13 collection reminded us that she doesn't believe so. Her joyful approach to living is infectious and the models smiled as they walked down the catwalk, as she did when she took her bow C picking up Google co-founder Sergey Brin on the way in celebration of a new partnership with the epic online enterprise.DKNYYoung designers could learn a lesson in consistency from DKNY: take a theme and investigate every possible nuance of it ad infinitum. Ideal citywear pieces included a loose denim jumpsuit worn with the top half tied around the waist, Bermuda shorts and a cool cap. Bumbags were practical for carrying your essentials close to the body C safety in chic.Marc JacobsThere was a sexy energy in the Park Avenue Armory on Monday evening. Audience members walked briskly to their seats knowing that it would start promptly and 13 minutes later, it was all over and they were left a little breathless. The show opened with mini-dresses so short that knickers were visible, and moved into bare midriffs and long key-hole dresses. The clothes weren't creative flights of fantasy, but rather very precise, Sixties cool. Details you'll want for your wardrobe included winklepickers, scalloped hems, bell sleeves, harlequin collars and stripes of varying widths and orientations.ThakoonCherry blossom and birdcages, silk duchess satin and crpe de Chine in abundance formed the foundations of an unashamedly romantic collection at the Thakoon spring 13 show. Softness also came in filigree chiffon shirtdresses layered with cotton and light knits. Thakoon Panichgul's vision of womanhood as classically elegant but for a few small quirks remains consistent season on season, and he's capable of experimenting with new prints and proportions without losing his identity as a designer. Perfectly pleasant.Michael KorsStripes are having a moment. Having appeared at Marc Jacobs and Tommy Hilfiger earlier in the week, they also strolled down the runway at Michael Kors. His also came with a hit of the Sixties; and in Beano colours (although it's not confirmed whether Kors would understand that reference). Risqu pieces included a leather dress covered in metal grommets and skirts with thigh-high (or even higher) zip slit, and prettiness came from a digital cloud-print ensemble.Marc by Marc JacobsMarc Jacobs took us forward 20 years in 24 hours. After the Sixties at his main collection on Monday, by Tuesday we were in the Eighties. Scarves were tied around waists, necks and heads; bangles were stacked; shirts and jackets oversized. Each look was an amalgamation of layered separates, delightful together, but also credible apart C in particular, the high-waisted pyjama trousers with rolled up cuffs. It felt carefree and bohemian, as if models had picked up their thong sandals in Japan, their patchwork scarves in North Africa and were back in New York heading to a dance class.Calvin KleinFrancisco Costa was inspired by the beautiful Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, who practically personified the label in the Nineties. Continuing an exploration of romance and femininity from last season C looking to the waist, the breast, as erogenous points of exploration through minimalism C this time, Costa also looked at shoulders and legs in strapless mini-dresses. The results are as captivating as Bessette-Kennedy was. Costa has a clear sense of this woman and an exquisite restrained experimentalism in construction and fabric, which made the collection compelling.Ralph LaurenLast season's Downton-inspired period costumes were replaced with a South American soap opera; Ralph Lauren knows how to have a good time creating characters for his clothes. Where shirts, ponchos, fringed shawls, cropped, embroidered boleros and suede jodhpurs began, red hot off-the-shoulder evening dresses ended. Lauren marches to the beat of his own drum, and wherever his personal narrative takes him, his fashion empire follows.Proenza SchoulerThe Proenza boys Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez cited artist Gerhard Richter, tumblr, and images of swimming pools, waterfalls and protesters as their references. These were then manipulated with the sort of skilled construction that they are becoming known for. But this collection was bigger than the sum of its inspiration: notable were the leather/python mixes on sharp, boxy jackets, and perforated leather bonded to jersey separates. This was one of the most exciting collections of the week.Agata Belcen is fashion editor of AnOther Magazine?Also in brands, Isabel Marant's second line Etoile is making its Polyvore debut thanks to several celebrities (among them the Kardashian sisters) recently spotted in the designs. US retailer Wet Seal is also featured for the first time.Edit New York, which premieres in websites this week, deserves its name for its well-edited roster of hip New York-based designers, including Alexander Wang, Cushnie et Ochs, or Lutz & Patmos. Zara's increased web activity and recently added e-commerce have earned the Spanish clothing chain its first appearance in sites.Color blocking, now also making its way into , is one of the most persistent trends to ever have hit Polyvore, staying on top of the list. This spring's fascination with popping color, especially in combination with stripes, is very likely due to Prada's collection, which so far has been featured on 15 international magazine covers. Apart from that, inspirations from the 1970s (flared jeans) and the 1990s (knotted shirts) remain popular.Top brands01. MNG by Mango (no change)02. TopShop (+1)03. Balmain (+3)04. Antik Batik (-2)05. Wet Seal (new)06. Etoile Isabel Marant (new)07. Rag & Bone (no change)08. Isabel Marant (re-entry)09. Gucci (re-entry)10. Sass & Bide (re-entry)Top sites01. delias.com (+3)02. topshop.com (+3)03. net-a-porter.com (+5)04. brownsfashion.com (re-entry)05. lagarconne.com (+5)06. karenmillen.com (no change)07. editnewyork.com (new)08. zara.com (new)09. kirnazabete.com (re-entry)10. my-wardrobe.com (re-entry)Top celebrities01. Leighton Meester (no change)02. Rihanna (no change)03. Kim Kardashian (no change)04. Georgia May Jagger (+1)05. Blake Lively (-1)06. Olivia Palermo (-1)07. Elizabeth Taylor (+3)08. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (re-entry)09. Abbey Lee Kershaw (re-entry)10. Rachel Bilson (re-entry)Top trends01. color blocking (no change)02. embellished wrap bracelets (re-entry)03. knotted shirts (new)04. knee high boots (re-entry)05. studded gladiator sandals (re-entry)06. bomber jackets (re-entry)07. sequin tanks (re-entry)08. flared jeans (re-entry)09. statement necklaces (re-entry)10. boyfriend shorts (re-entry)Data collected on April 12.Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives 6.5 million individual visits a month. ?Humberto Leon, who founded the concept boutique with business partner Carol Lim in 2002, said at the opening: "The idea of a pop-up feels really celebratory; it's special to enter London with a really curated point of view C it's about the merchandise, not the space itself."And there's plenty to get excited about, with hard-to-find stock from across the pond, as well as exciting, limited-edition British pieces. "Through the 10 years that we've had Opening Ceremony we've really been able to support younger designers C Alexander Wang, Rodarte, Gareth Pugh and Richard Nicoll C that are now becoming household names."Now it is the turn of a new wave of emerging designers, including London menswear names Christopher Shannon, Shaun Samson and Lou Dalton, as well as Fashion East's Marques Almeida and Maarten van der Horst among the hot tickets in Opening Ceremony's womenswear department. "The exciting thing will be that people will first encounter a lot of the brands here," enthuses Leon. "There's actually a lot here that people won't have seen before."The debuts are diverse and plentiful, ranging between archival Eighties pineapple prints from Reyn Spooner (the original Hawaiian shirt company, which has made womenswear for the first time at the behest of OC's founders, Leon and Lim), and collaborations with Adidas Originals, House of Holland and Norma Kamali. Downstairs there's a bookshop curated by Claire de Rouen, and the characterful Faye Toogood furniture that fills the shop is available to buy too."We want the store to be welcoming and democratic," says Leon. "So you'll see things from 2 to 2,000. There's a lot of stuff.The more you look around the more you'll see."?Her marriage is wonderful, she's given up alcohol and from tomorrow she's hosting the nightly 'Strictly' spin-off show 'It Takes Two'?New York wonder boy Alexander Wang, who had been nominated in three categories, in the end 'only' bagged the Accessory Designer of the Year Award, while darlings of the US fashion industry Proenza Schouler took home the most coveted prize for Womenswear Designer of the Year. The Swarovski-supported award in the same category went to Michelle Obama favorite Prabal Gurung. Michael Bastian and Robert Geller convinced the jury with their menswear designs.If it hadn't been for the International Award, there wouldn't have been any designing women represented as part of this winning roster, but Phoebe Philo was honored for her work at Celine in this category. She was joined by The Telegraph's retiring Hilary Alexander whose Media Award felt like a lifetime achievement award.The actual Lifetime Achievement Award, however, which went to the merely 48-year-old Marc Jacobs, was subject to much debate, and even the designer himself had stated previously that he's "not done yet." Just as controversial, while seemingly inevitable, was the choice of Lady Gaga as Fashion Icon, following in the footsteps of a much more conventionally fashionable Iman.Here is the full list of winners:Womenswear Designer of the YearJack McCollough & Lazaro Hernandez for Proenza SchoulerMenswear Designer of the YearMichael BastianAccessory Designer of the YearAlexander WangSwarovski Award for WomenswearPrabal GurungSwarovski Award for MenswearRobert GellerSwarovski Award for Accessory DesignEddie BorgoGeoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement AwardMarc JacobsInternational AwardPhoebe Philo for Ce?lineThe Media Award, given in honor of Eugenia SheppardHilary Alexander, The TelegraphThe Founder's Award, given in honor of CFDA Founder Eleanor LambertHal Rubenstein, InStyleFashion Icon AwardLady GagaBoard of Directors' Special TributeArthur Elgort?Invisible but obvious to the observer are their proper shoes, presumably heels, secreted in a handbag or tote, ready for a quick swap before starting a day of work. So many of us seem to have a "can't live in them, can't go without them" relation to our formal shoes these days.Meanwhile, in business news, there seems to be a direct correlation with the height of the heels and the profits trajectory of the company, when it comes to footwear brands. Jimmy Choo posted a 200 per cent increase in profits this January; Christian Louboutin is expanding by opening shops as far away as Brazil and Japan, and Kurt Geiger reckoned it sold ten pairs of shoes a minute in 2010 C with five-inch heels proving the most popular choice.As women buy into ever more towering styles, precluding the chance that the female foot should evolve Darwin-style, what are the developments in shoemaking technology to ensure that followers of fashion can still move from A to B without the use of sedan chair, or at least, a large handbag containing flats? Does a comfortable high heel exist, or is the idea much like "anti-wrinkle cream"C an impossible proposition, yet one too tempting to dismiss entirely?Jessica Bumpus of Vogue.com, speaks for many when she explains how she rotates her footwear to minimise aches and pains: "It depends on how much you vary them. I find if I wear high heels every day but change which pair, I'm fine and they're comfortable, but if I wear the same pair the whole week long, they won't be as comfortable. It's good to mix it up and give your feet a break from time to time." She also adds that she finds the safest bet is "either a wedge or a pair with in-built platforms".Helen Attwood [no relation], the buyer manager of shoes at Selfridges (whose London store houses the largest shoe department in the world, stocking everything from River Island to Prada), has noticed: "Shoes are getting higher and higher and more extreme these days. But the other side of it is that people tend to wear flats most of the time C because they are running around. Then when they do get into these skyscraper heels, they're not going to feel comfortable because it's such a huge difference. In a way, if you wear high heels every day then you're probably more comfortable than the rest of us who swap and change, because you've got used to it."As far as different styles go, wedges sell fantastically well, and they are very much in fashion at the moment, and people like them because they are comfortable while still giving you that height. Another comfy style would be a covered platform pump C again, you still have that height but, due to the platform toe, the angle your foot is placed at is not as steep, so the amount of pressure is less. At the moment we have Alexander Wang's summer shoes in. They are high but have so much cushioning and padding in the inner that you feel as though you are walking on clouds. Often you can tell whether a shoe will be comfy or not just by looking inside it."Another expert looking inside shoes is French shoe designer, Raphael Young. Unusually among designers with their own labels, he doesn't have one signature "look" but spans the fashion spectrum, from Barbarella-type boots in metallic leather at one end, to elegant court shoes at the other. He became obsessed with the craft of making shoes while watching his uncle Alexandre Narcy at work in Yves Saint Laurent's shoe studio, crafting each last [the wooden "foot" shape, which the shoe is built around] and heel by hand. For Young, the design of each prototype comprises two phases. "At first I just think about the style and it's the artistic phase, nothing else than the aesthetic and style. The second phase concerns the [coming together of] all the components and at this point it's all about comfort and practicability. It's constant: how can I increase the comfort and longevity of the shoes, how can I modify components and materials to improve the quality and comfort?"It led him to take out a patent on one particular range of his shoes, the R-Flex, which are smart high heels with a flexible rubber sole. Young said he first had the idea 12 years ago, visiting a shoe factory "that was manufacturing comfort shoes, almost orthopaedic shoes, where the owner explained that he was looking for a solution to make the shoes more flexible, which could give real comfort if the shoes could accompany the natural movement of the walk". Young pondered this question for years, and when his company received some extra investment they put it to use solving the old problem. "After trials and tests in the factory, I found the technical solution to make shoes as flexible and comfy as a ballerina [pump]. We patented it."Kay Barron, Grazia's fashion news and features editor, is a self-confessed high heel connoisseur, and one who is so well known for wearing "skyscraper" heels all day, has even written a first-person piece detailing the challenge of wearing flats for a week instead. Barron is enthusiastic about the R-Flex range. "The Raphael Young shoes are supremely flexible and comfy C surprisingly considering how high they are. I wore them for a whole day during London Fashion Week and there was no burning pain, or numb toes!" As an expert on high heels, Barron is precise about her shoe-buying tips. "It's not to do with the height, a wedge or otherwise, or the brand. It's all a question of balance and distribution of weight. A well-made shoe that allows your weight to be spread evenly will be more comfortable to stand in for longer, than one where the pressure is all on the ball of the foot. And believe me, I had to wear many toe-curlingly painful shoes before I found the perfect pair."Helen Attwood of Selfridges has one mitigating piece of news for those intimidated or otherwise unconvinced by the five-inch trend. "This season, as well as the extremely high shoes, the other story is completely flat flats, like loafers or brogues. There's not much in the middle ground but flat shoes are trendier than ever."?There was lacquered leather, too, knee-high boots, supermodels and, as always, plenty of fur C on the streets as well as the runways. The wind cut through coats on the way to the shows on the pier: a quick, cold gust to catch your attention and sharpen your senses for the coming season.Marc JacobsThe shoes looked Pilgrimesque, apart from the rhinestone buckle and flowers; the calf-length skirts and A-line wool coats matronly were it not for psychedelic print. The construction of each ensemble was a triumph of the imagination at Marc Jacobs. Contained within the collection C leather and lace, print and sparkle, cropped, long and oversized.Calvin KleinKlein's models had their hair slicked down with a reflective sheen, and there were a few black, short-cropped styles also worn close to the head, reminiscent of early Yohji Yamamoto. Metal bands, worn as belts, gathered voluminous dresses in at the waist to create feminine shapes in a beautiful, minimal approach to romance, with simple evening dresses drawing attention to the hips and breasts.Marc By Marc JacobsStern caps and heavy boots became the upper and lower borders of a cathode ray tube within which all manner of prints flickered: florals, chequerboards, polka dots and tartans gave the feel of a cocktail party at a Russian military research facility in some alternative 1993, where the USSR had yet to fall. Comrade Jacobs' own federal union has never been mightier or more ubiquitous.Proenza SchoulerNew York has revelled in sportswear this season, with designers engrossed in knee-high boots and outerwear. At Proenza, narrow strips of the fabric were woven into a grid on skirts and dresses or cut-out to form an exoskeleton jacket. But what made this collection their own was the textures and detailing in their brocades.Jason WuNew York loves Jason Wu and, although he has yet make the same impact in Europe, tastes are warming to his style. He showed his increasing presence by sending down a veritable army of models and they marched to his tripartite vision of China: Mao-inspired uniform, the embellished shine of the Qing Dynasty and 1940s Sino-Hollywood.Victoria BeckhamAlthough there was none of the corsetry of previous seasons, there was so much constriction in Beckham's collection you felt short of breath just watching it: where there weren't tight double belts, there were stripes that looked like them and black tromp l'oeil panels that repainted the silhouette into an even more striking hourglass.Ralph LaurenOpening with the Downton Abbey theme tune, Lauren explored women's rights and appropriate antebellum modes of behaviour, dressing the lady as country gentleman. There was a series of professionals: the lawyer in herringbone tweed; a bowler-hatted banker; the doctor with a mini-alligator medical case, all adorned with caps and peacock feathers.Alexander WangWang's show commenced with a hullaballoo around South African band Die Antwoord and ended with cheers for the finale ensemble of models, which included Carmen Kass, Shalom Harlow and Gisele. The collection comprised fabrics that Wang had himself custom developed C lacquered tweed, waxed suede, vinyl, shrink-wrap jacquard knits C all cut with precision and compiled in a restrained palette.RodarteThe Mulleavy sisters draw deeply from film history, often titles that convey a sense of wonder and magical romance, such as The Wizard of Oz or Sleeping Beauty. Romance manifested itself in dropped waists and lace collars that looked like they were floating. An early 20th century look in the double-breasted coats, jackets and loose sleeves gave the collection a strong vintage feel.Donna KaranThirties gangsters and Marlene Dietrich were a welcome, flamboyant and cartoonish presence in Donna Karan's collection. Wide lapels and shoulders on reworked double-breasted suit jackets brought to mind urban fat cats. Citing architecture as one of her references, it's clear that Karan's well-documented association with New York City hasn't disappeared C merely re-imagined into one with Gotham City.Manhattan MomentsThom BrowneThis presentation was a Tim Burton-esque affair. Performed to the theme tune from Edward Scissorhands, it was an ode to 10 fictional women who had died for fashion. Ten suits lay in 10 coffins, but when the music started, they stood up and more models looped around them wearing a sculptural collection of voluminous proportions.Diane Von FurstenbergYvan Mispelaere is now in his second year at Diane von Furstenberg and the collections have become more and more compelling with each season. Particularly delightful, seen later at the showroom appointment, were handbags embellished with surrealist motifs such as eyes and keyholes.?Photographs: Andrew LeoModel: Zhulin at IMGHair and make-up: Krystle G using Chanel S 2012 and Hydra beauty SerumPhotographer's assistant: Chloe CoatesStylist's assistant: Magda BrykLocation courtesy of the Barbican Centre; ?Too much knitwear is never a bad thing and depending on the thickness of the yarn, woollens can be worn at almost any time of the year. This crew neck is great all year round.Where: How much: 382. PrimarkThis delicious woven apple bag is worth every one of the seven pounds it costs. Sweet and fun, it will bring cheer to a tired wardrobe. Looks great worn quirkily with a full-skirted dress.Where: How much: 73. Marks & SpencerIce-cream colours can be slightly intimidating, but are flattering to the majority of skin-tones. This elegant vest looks great worn over skinny trousers or with an A-line skirt.Where: How much: 29.504. Jeff Banks for DebenhamsBetter known for his classic business attire, it's nice to see Banks's snappy pair of desert boots in the summer range for Debenhams. The stone suede has a very casual feel.Where: How much: 305. TopshopYou get some serious drama for your money with this stunning printed silk skirt from Topshop. It doesn't need much more than a simple black top and heels to make a great outfit.Where: How much: 506. UniqloUniqlo work magic with coloured denim. We love these wearable dark peach jeans. They look great with the current trend for pastels and metallics.Where: How much: 34.907. ToastBrights seem to be a staple of summer wardrobes. Maybe it's misplaced optimism. But this raspberry coloured T made of 100 per cent cotton would be a great purchase.Where: How much: 398. H&MKeep the spring sun out of your eyes with these classic round shades. Nineties styles are back and this nostalgic design will make you feel 15 years younger. A real bargain.Where: How much: 5.999. AsosThe simplicity of these chinos, by a brand called Selected, is the slim cut and the soft cotton. The detailing comes from the jet coin pockets and back pocket button fastenings.Where: How much: 3510. JoulesNot just for Christmas, the animal motif jumper is enjoying year-long popularity. Our favourite is this sweet design to go with bright trousers or a sheer midi skirt.Where: How much: 69.9911. ASOSA bag made from lightweight nylon is perfect for urban living. Front clasp fastening and a grab top handle make this ideal for carrying your daily kit around. It's waterproof too.Where: How much: 3512. NextMint green trousers can look great, and really modern. Unless you have a model figure, though, opt for a looser cut. These would look great with a cream or white top.Where: How much: 3413. Pink House MustiqueThis lightweight linen shirt is inspired by that exclusive Caribbean island Mustique. If you're one of the lucky ones flying to warmer climes this winter, this is great gear.Where: How much: 9014. ZatchelsThere are some great neon satchels and rucksacks around but why not invest in a classic black leather version and buy a neon T-shirt instead. This will still look great in 10 years' time.Where: How much: 8315. River IslandCord is usually associated with winter, so it's refreshing to see it used successfully in shorts. The tobacco colour is fairly heavy so for lightness of touch perhaps wear with a coloured converse.Where: How much: 2816. Boutique at JaegerEasy-to-wear checked blouse. Imagine an off-duty Audrey Hepburn in it with cropped trousers and ballet pumps. The colour would work with pale pastel greens or lemon yellows.Where: How much: 8017. CosSome might say that a black or brown leather belt doesn't cut the mustard anymore. This olive green skinny belt from Cos would be appropriate worn with a suit or jeans.Where: How much: 5018. H&MStrong prints were big on the catwalk and there are great versions on the high street. Try a cropped pastel sweatshirt or tucked-in sheer top with this bold, easy-to-wear pencil skirt.Where: How much: 29.9919. Marks & SpencerWaterproof jackets are always a sound investment. This blue jacket comes with a hood and zip pockets. Try with a pair of skinny stone chinos for that East Coast Preppy vibe.Where: How much: 49.5020. River IslandGet ready for spring with these bright yellow sandals. For a relatively non-scary way to wear neons, team with neutrals. I love these with grey jeans or a khaki green dress.Where: How much: 29.9921. TopmanThese shorts are a great mix of casual and smart. Aztec-inspired, they have a laid-back vibe and the turquoise material has a tailored feel. The turn-ups are a nice touch.Where: How much: 3022. TopshopFor those brave enough to wear a cut-away bra-top, this swan print number looks amazing. Wear it with a high-waisted skirt or peg trousers for a saucy yet sophisticated look.Where: How much: 2623. AsosThe "Made In England" brand does what it says on the tin. These handmade shoes in blue suede with brown leather punched detail will make your feet stand out in the crowd.Where: How much: 14024. WallisWhat's not to like about pyjama pants? The slouchy shape looks good with a loose fitting top or a more slim fitting vest. I would usually wear a wedge or heel to add an element of structure.Where: How much: 29.5025. TopmanThis shirt should tick all the boxes for buttoned-up City stuffiness but doesn't. Its wide stripe gives it a streetwise edge, And the vivid blue and red adds a dash of humorous garishness.Where: How much: 2826. TopshopThis unusual bull tie-brooch will go well with a buttoned-up blouse or oversized shirt. An inexpensive and quirky way to refresh the look. No one will guess it's from Topshop.Where: How much: 1527. GapChinos, a favourite for spring come in almost any style and cut these days. These coloured chinos from Gap are the perfect way of adding pazzaz to your look.Where: How much: 13528. Marks & SpencerWear this emerald green and sherbet yellow mineral print blouse with rolled-up chinos for Riviera-chic, or with a leather pencil skirt and killer-heeled ankle boots for a fiercer look.Where: How much: 3529. Red HerringThis cotton canvas bag is simplicity itself. The handles and fastening are in white while the main body of the bag is navy blue. The nautical trend at it most unpretentious.Where: How much: 3030. SessunThis is a very sweet soft cotton skirt. It works well with a slouchy knit, tights and ankle boots until it is warm enough to forsake the tights and opt for a silk vest or T-shirt top.Where: How much: 7531. Farah VintageThis label is renowned for classic clothing. The Rathbone is made from durable fabric. With toggles, zips and a hood, its has all you could need from a lightweight waterproof jacket.Where: How much: 10532. LibertyGive your wrist a Club Tropicana make-over with this cute printed fabric watch. Looks great worn with clashing prints or just a chunky knit.Where: How much: 5933. MangoH.E. by Mango is the Spanish retailer's male line. If you're looking for a bright pair of summer shorts then look no further. The colour will really make your tan legs pop.Where: How much: 21.9034. New LookSparkly fabrics have been popular all winter. This metallic loose-knit jumper is a subtle incarnation perfect for spring. Looks great layered up with pastels and slouchy jeans.Where: How much: 29.9935. ToastEspadrilles are possibly one of the easiest forms of foot wear. This navy pair from Toast are probably best suited for your holiday. Slip on and take a slow wander down to the beach.Where: How much: 2236. Lyle and ScottThese summery striped shorts promise warm weather ahead. Slim fit cut made from 100 per cent cotton. Perhaps wear these with a plain white fitted T-shirt for a classic look.Where: How much: 7037. FolkFolk create well designed and durable garments. Some of their T-shirts are simplicity at its best. Wear this vest with its striking patch pocket to look dressed up when dressed down.Where: How much: 4738. OfficeThese chic snaky boots look great with skinny black or coloured jeans and a white blouse. With the black nose and heel details, they look 100 more expensive than they are.Where: How much: 8039. French ConnectionA classic and modern fit is what we've come to expect from our chinos and these fill the brief. Will look great cuffed at the ankle, worn with a crisp white shirt. A look that never dates.Where: How much: 7040. TopshopLoosely draped and slightly sheer, this chiffon top is slashed down the back with a couple of button fastenings. Sophisticated and sexy, it looks great with grey skinny jeans.Where: How much: 3241. TopmanThis navy canvas bag is great for everyday use. The yellow square is a nice touch too.Where: How much: 3242. Dorothy PerkinsThe boat neck, three-quarter length sleeves and tapered waist make this is an extremely flattering dress. A modern version of the classic Fifties shape.Where: How much: 4043. Lyle & ScottAn old-school favourite. Made from the softest cotton, and reminiscent of an Eighties wardrobe staple, it has a laid-back feel. The bright yellow will work well with jeans.Where: How much: 8544. H&MCute and cheerful, these fruity earrings will put you in a good mood. There is a different pair for every day of the week (with Sundays for rest obviously). Would make a great gift.Where: How much: 2.9945. AsosThere is a glut of Aztec- inspired shorts and T-shirts coming this summer. With this busy pattern on your bottom half, a plain T-shirt on top will suffice.Where: How much: 3246. HobbsTry wearing this exotic feather print blouse under a long sleeved dress or jumper. The Peter Pan collar will transform your wardrobe. It also works well with rich green trousers.Where: How much: 9547. TU SainsburyThis belt is great if you like the combination of canvas and leather. And the navy and blue colours work well. A casual belt for a casual mood.Where: How much: 448. OasisYou could imagine Michelle Obama resplendent in this. We'd swap the belt for a tan or burgundy leather version. The emerald green and baroque print will turn heads.Where: How much: 6549. CosA full length mac can be cumbersome. A cropped version, like this from Cos is a great alternative. Stylish and smart, this can easily be worn over a suit jacket and shirt.Where: How much: 13550. Alexander WangThis dress from Wang's diffusion line T is worth stretching your wallet for. It is simple and elegant with beautiful detail. It would look great with the neon sandals.Where: How much: 108?Her marriage is wonderful, she's given up alcohol and from tomorrow she's hosting the nightly 'Strictly' spin-off show 'It Takes Two'?Venues during Fashion Week are paradoxically grand and imposing, while remaining cloistered and unexpected; many designers choose to show in churches, restaurants and civic buildings, and several this season have opted for smaller, more intimate and more couture-oriented salon shows. Either way, if you see a gaggle of cold-looking, over-dressed people in a side street, chances are you've happened upon a show.This season sees Vivienne Westwood installing herself at the Royal Courts of Justice C hers is a show that is always oversubscribed, with even the sleekest of fashion editors punching ageing punks and rowdy students in the face to ensure their seats do not get taken.Old Billingsgate Market will be taken over as the Topshop-sponsored NEWGEN venue, where many of the younger designers, including Michael van der Ham and Richard Nicoll, will stage their collections; last season saw the fashion pack sitting on the platforms at Waterloo's old Eurostar terminals to watch the NEWGEN shows.But the main agora is, of course, at Somerset House on the Strand, which is the headquarters of the British Fashion Council. This is where the biggest marquee is, and it plays host to an exhibition of brands throughout the week. Over 5,000 visitors are expected, including press and buyers C once again, it's invite-only, as the exhibition is essentially a trade show for those in the industry.The peopleIt's always fun to do a little people-watching at the shows, whether it's stunned silent gawping at, say, Jude Law C who last season turned up to support his girlfriend Sienna Miller at her Twenty8Twelve catwalk presentation C or sniggering at the hangers-on who get bumped off the front row when someone more important turns up.There's a whole host of London faces that frequent the shows, from the bright young art college things who turn out season after season, whether they have tickets or not, to the front-row stalwarts at Betty Jackson, who include Victoria Wood and Jennifer Saunders. Last season saw Kerry Katona on the front row at Giles, a collection full of kitschy, glamorous pink. She was overhead telling wolfish press afterwards that she thought the collection was "really nice". British fashion doyenne Twiggy is often in attendance, and this season will doubtless see Samantha Cameron under the spotlights, perhaps alongside her sister, who works for Vogue.Alexa Chung, Daisy Lowe and Pixie Geldof will be in front of the paps at Henry Holland's show on Saturday, as will his erstwhile muse Nicola Roberts of Girls Aloud. Holland's tickets this season come in the guise of a bingo card, the exclusive party invitation is a bingo pen C three guesses for the inspiration behind this collection...The showsThe style press fly in from all over, be they from the upper echelons of an American glossy magazine or down-on-their-luck fashion bloggers from the back of beyond. All are welcome C as long as you can blag a ticket.The pavements outside the pavilions crawl with street style snappers, such as Scott Schuman aka The Sartorialist and his wife Garance Dor, ready to pounce on anyone who has managed to assemble even the least coherent of new-season outfits. Ensembles range from the chic and modish to the eye-catching and macabre: previous favourites include the man who was dressed as a desk fan (complete with metal grill across his face) and his friend, who came as Robin Hood C yes, he had a bow and arrow.Meanwhile, magazine editors such as Anna Wintour, Glenda Bailey of US Harper's Bazaar and American Elle's Kate Lanphear rub shoulders with their British counterparts, as their assistants rush around behind them, clutching BlackBerrys and schedules, and shouting into phones.And then there are the online press and newspaper teams, who look a bit stressed because they have to file stories while everyone else is having fun.The menThe final day of Fashion Week is devoted to menswear C it's about time someone paid attention to the blokes, after all, and the day is now into its fifth season. The 14 shows and seven presentations range from the Topman Design show, to Cassette Playa's quirky, cartoonish street- and clubwear and E. Tautz's modern take on Savile Row luxury.It's a quieter scene than the womenswear days, but there's plenty going on, including Cassette Playa's homage to Ken (of Barbie fame) who turns 50 this year, and an almighty Topman party at exclusive club Bungalow 8 on Wednesday night.The partiesFashion Week wouldn't be fashion week without the parties that take place in and around the main schedule. These range from quiet afternoon teas (where Champagne is compulsory) in swanky hotel lounges C Markus Lupfer is holding a wonderland-themed tea at The Sanderson C to more raucous late-night extravaganzas.The style set will be elbowing to get into the Mulberry party at Claridges on Sunday, where Bloc Party's Kele Okereke will be DJing C but if your name's not down, you won't be going. Flash your new season satchel perhaps, or hope against hope that the doorman mistakes you for Nicholas Hoult or Fearne Cotton, who have already RSVPed.Fashion week parties are generally held at tightly guarded locations C members' clubs, for instance, or new nightclubs and bars. Monday night will be busy for the footsore and footloose alike, with Katie Grand's LOVE magazine and Jefferson Hack's AnOther thrashing it out. Grand is hosting an evening at Liberty with designer Alexander Wang, while Hack is taking over new Soho hotspot The Box to celebrate the magazine's 10th birthday.And for those whose invites (ahem) haven't yet arrived, the bar at The May Fair Hotel is serving fashion week-inspired cocktails, including the 'i-Martini' C created in homage to The Independent. Anyone can have one.The pressLondon Fashion Week's 65 catwalk shows are, of course, the centrepiece of the event, with press and buyers gathering as designers unveil their autumn/winter 2011 collections. But there are also 45 salon shows and presentations, which take place over six days. This season, for the first time, highlights will be shown on screens in some London Underground stations, so you can gen up during your commute.Clothes shown this week won't hit the shops until early September but Fashion Week is where editors and high street designers find their inspirations for the next season.Hot tickets include Burberry, Giles and Christopher Kane, all on Monday. Burberry will be showing in Kensington Park Gardens, a new venue for this season, and the show will be live-streamed onto the Coca-Cola screen in Piccadilly Circus, as well as 40 stores across the world. Previous shows have taken place inside enormous marquees, one season memorably with projected indoor rain, the next with the interior covered in the label's famous checks.Giles Deacon, meanwhile, eschews a vast and corporate image, choosing something more light-hearted: his shows have previously been inspired by Pacman and Celebrity Squares, and last season his catwalk featured turns from Kelly Brooke, Abby Clancy and Seventies supermodel Veruschka.All eyes will no doubt be on tomorrow's Issa show, too. The uptown label is a favourite with Kate Middleton and designer Daniella Helayel is slated to feature heavily in the royal bride's honeymoon wardrobe. Other names to look out for include the vibrant punkish duo Meadham Kirchhoff and the hip Swedish label Acne.?"We edit our content to show customers how to style an outfit," says Mo White, the site's creative director. "This is rare in the discount world and adopts the same approach as our sister site when it comes to selecting products and presenting them."Now the Outnet is taking a step out of the long shadow cast by its stablemate by launching its own label of wardrobe staples, called Iris & Ink. "Increasingly we are being asked for advice about how to wear designer pieces, our customers want to know how to work an amazing jacket into their wardrobes," says White. "Our creative team styles about 300 outfits for the website each week and we realised that every season there are a few key essentials that always sell out immediately. We created Iris & Ink in response to those questions, to create an essential pairing for every exceptional designer piece."It may not be the most original idea, but the 35-piece collection, which launches tomorrow, boils down to those fill-the-gap pieces that are on the Outnet customer's most-wanted list. "Our core customer is a busy, fashion-savvy professional," explains White. "The sheer convenience factor will lead them to choose Iris & Ink over established ones. The fact that she can now shop designer pieces and trend-led wardrobe essentials in one destination will have a huge impact on her shopping decisions."A silk T-shirt, trench coat, pea coat, skinny jeans, cocktail dress, biker jacket and Breton jacket are the pieces that fashion followers are exhorted to invest in time after time, in order to be timelessly stylish. "I love fashion," White says with passion. "I always start with a couple of big-ticket items C a pair of shoes, a bag, a coat and a pair of pants. I'll try them on with everything in my wardrobe from last season and work out what I still like and how to update it for the new season."White's shopping habits have played a large part in understanding what the Outnet customer wants, but also in what they can't find."My most enduring pieces are those you can find in the new collection C a pea coat, anything with a Breton stripe, cropped pants and a pussy-bow blouse. I used to buy a lot of vintage and mix-and-match from the high street, but as a working mother of two I shop mostly online and get it delivered to my office. I buy less and prioritise quality, colour, cut and items from designer labels.""We wanted to create a collection that exudes femininity and cool but also has a wearable quality," explains White. Keeping in mind the Outnet customer philosophy that spending less needn't mean settling for lower quality, the prices are sure to attract new shoppers from the higher end of the high street, as are the fabrics used C cashmere, leather and silk. And once they're through the virtual doors, there's plenty to keep them scrolling in the aisles.?A collection of exquisite, long dresses, crocheted, floral embroidered, hand-quilted and some printed with wheat sheafs at the hem. Here, too, were coats, for the first time, high-waisted trousers and jumpsuits that will be on every fashion follower's wish list next season.Donna KaranGrace Kelly eat your heart out. So far this season there has been an emphasis on daywear C especially coats C and Donna Karan's show was no exception. This was a modern, elegant and sophisticated yet seductive urban collection full of interesting texture from boucl mohair and tweed to fur-trimmed sleeves and head-to-toe shearling coats. The silhouette was long and lean and high-waisted, pegged skirts work well with moulded jackets. For evening, it was all-out Oscar glamour with sensual, floor-length dresses, draped jersey, rich lam, sculpted satins embroidered with beads and iridescent silks.DKNYChic, easy separates and relaxed, oversized boyfriend jackets with contrast leather sleeves, knitted Puffa jackets and capes all gave this collection a Sixties feel. Here, too, was strong colour: vermilion, orange and fuschia teamed with ochre and beige. The final sequence featured all-black eveningwear: textured shearling coats atop signature little black dresses.Diane Von FurstenburgNew creative director Yves Mispeleare has injected energy into this famous American brand, while sticking to its inherent DNA. Diane Von Furstenburg knows what her customer wants: opening and closing the show with versions of her iconic wrap dress. The still prevalent Seventies trend, meanwhile, taps into her era perfectly: jumpsuits, sequinned diva dresses and printed pyjamas "like the ones I used to wear to Studio 54!" she cried. Entitled American Legends, after Millicent Rogers, Diane Vreeland (who was also an inspiration for Preen) and Gloria Vanderbilt, this collection is sure to attract new followers.PreenOne of the key trends to have emerged in New York this season is a more ladylike, 1940s silhouette: the pencil skirt is key and Preen's collection showcased it beautifully. Skirts were knee-length and either split at the front or back; trouser suits were also prevalent and embroidery on tops and jumpers was inspired by the Northern California arts and crafts movement. A sophisticated, even regal, collection.Marc JacobsWith typically starry onlookers C Fergie from Black Eyed Peas, Karen Elson, Jack White, Sofia Coppola and Whoopi Goldberg C Marc Jacobs eschewed the Seventies influence seen elsewhere and indeed on this designer's own catwalk six months ago now and said he was this time thinking of something more "strict and severe". There were hobble skirts so tight models walked geisha-style and polka dots everywhere: on fabulous wool, wide-legged trousers, beautiful knitwear and peplum jackets. The overall effect? Ladylike and sexy in the extreme.Victoria BeckhamVictoria Beckham gets more and more confident with each season. This latest collection moved her silhouette on from structured dresses C of which there were still plenty C to include a relaxed, looser outline. She showed coats for the first time, too, which look as though they will become as covetable as her recently launched handbag range.Theyskens TheoryOlivier Theyskens has definitely put his stamp on Theory. The gothic aesthetic prevalent in his career C and particularly at Rochas C was here albeit in a much more accessible way. Tailoring was strong as always, featuring slouchy jackets that are sure to sell out, long coats and skirts and trousers in all styles, from coloured cords to tweed wide-leg pants. Cable knit jumpers and sweater dresses looked easy to wear. All in all, affordable luxury at its best.The RowThe Olsen twins' hands-on approach goes a long way. Clothes this season were beautiful and understated C trousers and jackets displayed a strong knowledge of tailoring and dresses were sophisticated. There was more colour than there has been previously and also new this time around were bags, positioned C price-wise C right up there with Cline and Herms.AltuzarraYoung designer Joseph Altuzarra's collection nodded to the early work of John Galliano: dresses with frayed edges, bias-cut silk slips worn with luxurious parkas and slouchy cardigans. This was looser, more sensual and feminine than previous collections C and it worked. Coats were out in force C always a reliable autumn trend C and shoes, tweed trenches, bomber jackets and capes all nodded to a Nineties inspiration.Alexander WangHigh-tech futuristic rocker Alexander Wang showed a collection that reflected the snow and cold here in New York City. There was fur and athletic scuba-wear, styled in the cool way this designer is known for. Asymmetric, knitted cape dresses worn with goggles opened a varied show; sheer blouses followed, with biker zip-pants contrasted against delicate chiffon tuxedo shirts, all showing off his excellent understanding of how the modern woman dresses.Marc by Marc JacobsMarc by Marc Jacobs is always an exemplary exercise in styling. With this in mind, models walked out in sunglasses and hats that reflected both the Forties and Seventies trends prevalent just now. Trouser suits came in cord and velvet and pretty blouses were matched with long skirts. The show had a modern, vintage feel to it and these pieces stand up just as well alone as they do on the catwalk.Alice & OliviaShowing in a glamorous suite in the Plaza Hotel, Stacey Bendet (the name behind Alice & Olivia) showed a collection based on burlesque and flappers. Shiny, sequinned dresses will have her followers including more than a few young starlets queuing up. The designer also introduced more separates, including high-waisted trousers (an autumn trend), and chic knitwear.?2. Prada2,450, 020 7647 5000The Prada collection is among the most feted of the spring/summer season, crafted in hyper-feminine fabrics and in colours to match. This Pyramide bag is just the thing to finish such a gentle look.3. Proenza Schouler1,685, net-a-porter.comThe large version of this designer satchel is still as light as anyone might wish for, and will hold everything the modern woman needs to carry with her. This red version looks great with jeans.4. Pierre Hardy1,075, Pierre Hardy, brownsfashion.comWhat's not to want about this brightly coloured backpack? It's unlikely that anyone carrying this modish design in the colours of the spring/summer season will get lost.5. Givenchy1,400, selfridges.comThe Antigona is as practical a bag as it is lovely to behold. It's big enough to function as a work bag, easily holding notebooks, papers, make-up and more, and has top handles as well as a shoulder strap.6. Olympia Le-Tan1,110, brownsfashion.comOlympia Le-Tan has made a career C and a business C out of crafting handbags that take their inspiration from the covers of books and films.7. Chanel985, 020 7493 5040It's a basic tote in a great colour but let's face it, the selling point of this is its logo. It's cut in cotton canvas, with leather trim and a signature leather and chain handle.8. Yves Saint Laurent1,660, ysl.comThis Yves Saint Laurent classic has been given a sporting makeover, crafted as it is in the finest leather punched to resemble Airtex. The finished thing is as light as the proverbial feather.9. Alexander Wang980, Alexander Wang, thecorner.comWang is the toast of New York and cool girls will love to carry this great leather bag. It's big enough to fit half a life in and looks gorgeous in ultra-luxe, grey suede.10. Mulberry995, mulberry.comThis "travel day" bag is very much like the bestselling Alexa but with gleaming gold hardware added for good measure. It's even cuter that way but still light, though, which is clever.?GiltChic textured biker jackets, asymmetrical tops, and stylish dresses from young CFDA-nominated designer Alexander Wang are on sale from the September 7 on this website.IdeeliNew York label Just A Cheap Shirt, J.A.C.H.S for short, are re-inventing the basic button down: designs from the three-year old label go on sale on this site September 7. Belted ponchos and cable knit sweaters from slouchy chic label Vertigo Paris also go on sale on Ideeli on September 7.Editor's closetClothes and sunglasses from legendary fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld are available at discount prices from September 7 and don't miss the sale on shoes from the coveted Dior label starting September 10 on Editor's Closet.The OutnetA black slouchy leather shoulder bag from Jil Sander and a dark purple quilted suede clutch with detachable skinny shoulder strap from high fashion brand Miu Miu will be in Going, going, gone, an auction in reverse on Outnet. Jil Sander sale begins September 8 and Miu Miu September 10.Haute LookHuge discounts on flats on Haute Look this week. Up to 65 percent off shoes from Italian label Bernardo, makers of the famous 'Miami' sandal and 60 percent off flats, pumps and loafers from Dana Davis. Sales begin September 7 on Bernardo and September 8 on Dana Davis.Rue La LaFootwear from smart-casual brand Diesel goes on sale on this site on September 9.?GiltIt's all about frocks this week at Gilt. Alexander Wang and Alice Temperley go on sale here starting October 25. Top picks by Gilt editors?include a beaded empire dress?from Alice Temperley.?IdeeliGet your hands on one of Christopher Kon's leather handbags in a bright statement color or exotic skin. Co-lab, the more affordable sister brand to the Christopher Kon line, goes on sale here starting?October 25.Rue La LaA massive jewelry sale starts here on October 26. Shop rings, bracelets, and necklaces from designers Anna Sheffield, Erica Anenberg, and Kenneth Jay Lane.Haute LookNo fall wardrobe is complete without luxurious?cashmere pieces. Qi's knitwear has been featured on top TV shows like Gossip Girl and Desperate Housewives. Get shopping here from October 25. Also on sale this week, A & R cashmere scarves and?shawls to top off your look.Editors' ClosetItalian footwear designer Giuseppe Zanotti goes on sale at Editors' Closet this week. Snag a pair of crystal-studded stilettos or dramatic pair of over-the-knee boots in suede or leather.?In a presentation at a consumer conference, live-streamed on the company's website,chairman and CEO Glenn Murphy has announced that Gap is to close 200 of its 900 worldwide stores by 2013, and focus on modernising its signature look. He also admitted that Gap had not tried hard enough to attract ethnic minority customers in the US.In a masterful attempt at accentuating the positive, Mr Murphy described the brand's repositioning as "a huge opportunity ... to fill in with trend-right products ... and focus on new category development". Marketing will shift, he said, "disproportionately to acquiring new customers".The Gap, as it was originally known, first opened in San Francisco in 1969, masterminded by a businessman, Don Fisher, who died in 2009. The cotton and jersey separates it sold, along with denim and relaxed tailoring, soon dictated the look of the American middle classes. It was preppy without being stuffy C the name was suggested by Fisher's wife, Doris, as a take on the phrase "generation gap" C and it provided clothing for an emergent band of shoppers who didn't want to look like their parents had done at their age.This is still, broadly, what Gap aims for. A reliable source of practical basics and classic clothing, the American chain became a byword for relaxed modern casual wear. Perennial pieces from the store include chinos, jeans and white shirts, although recent design team changes and high-end collaborations have pushed the brand's offerings in new directions."We focused on the denim collection 18 months ago," said Gap's head of global PR, Anita Borzyszkowska, "improving the fabric, fit and details with the aim of making jeans priced around 40 comparable to jeans that might cost 200." Other recent directives have included a "black pants" capsule and a "perfect trouser" collection. "Gap is most successful when it finds its place within the season's trends," added Borzyszkowska. "The flare and the wide-leg pants are good examples. They are the sort of pieces that could appeal regardless of how closely you follow trends."Stacey Duguid, executive fashion editor at Elle, added: "[Gap] resolutely sticks to its brand identity, never veering too far into trends. Gap clothing is always instantly recognisable, which I don't think in the current climate is such a bad thing."The store has a history of successful designer collaborations too, such as dresses by Roland Mouret or a safari capsule by Alexander Wang. Last season saw the launch of a range with the Italian couture house Valentino, where signature Gap khakis were transformed with ruffles and zips. There is also Stella McCartney's on-going kids' collection C although pricey in comparison to other high-street childrenswear offerings C which remains a hit among shoppers.So Mr Murphy's remarks about a shift of focus and the closing of branches seem to have come out of the blue. They reflect changes affecting the fashion industry as a whole, with soaring cotton prices and diminishing zest for consumption.Against this, Gap has a broad demographic: although it focuses its advertising on those aged between 25 and 30, it has ranges for both newborns and adults. As a consequence, its customer base is much bigger than, say, Topshop or H&M."People have a loyalty to Gap," said Kay Barron, Grazia's fashion news and features editor. "They know what they're going to get. It's the fashion equivalent of Boots C trustworthy, friendly and sells all the essentials."Mind the GapAugust, 1969 Don and Doris Fisher open the first Gap store in San Francisco1973 Grows to more than 25 stores, including areas outside California1974 Gap begins to sell private-label merchandise1984 Firm stops selling all brand-name clothes except Levi's1986 First GapKids store opens.1987 First international Gap store opens in London1990 babyGap brand is introduced1991 It stops carrying Levi's and sells only its own Gap brand of clothes2003 Gap, along with 21 other companies, is hit with a class action lawsuit filed by sweatshop workers in Saipan. A $20m settlement is reached, but the firm does not admit liability2004 Donald Fisher stands down as Chairman, His son, Robert, takes over2011 Gap announces it is closing 200 stores?The pledge was made as the company said for the first time that it will hand over user identities if legally required.But in a speech at the e-G8 Internet forum in Paris, Tony Wang, head of Twitter operations in Europe, suggested the social network would accede to a UK court order to divulge names because it preferred to comply with local laws when illegal activity had taken place.Mr Wang said: "Platforms have a responsibility, not to defend that user but to protect that user's right to defend him or herself. If we're legally required to turn over user information, to the extent that we can, we want to notify the user involved, let them know and let them exercise their rights under their own jurisdiction."That's not to say that they will ultimately prevail, that's not to say that law enforcement doesn't get the information they need, but what it does do is take that process into the court of law and let it play out there."Despite the public statement by a senior Twitter executive it remains unclear if the social-network forum will hand over the names of people who used it to identify Ryan Giggs for using a super-injunction to prevent the publication of his identity as the footballer alleged to have had an affair with Imogen Thomas, of Big Brother.A statement tweeted by Alexander Macgillivray, Twitter's general counsel, did little to expand on Mr Wang's pledge to warn users when they were to be identified: "Our policy is notify users and we have fought to ensure user rights. Sadly, some more interested in headlines than accuracy."Under American law, especially with the constitutional rights to freedom of speech, it is thought that Twitter could simply refuse to give the UK courts any details unless ordered to do so by the US courts.Agreeing to comply with local jurisdictions would raise fears that Twitter would be willing to hand over the names of users to courts in China, despite that country's poor record on human rights and freedom of expression.Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, told the BBC: "I do view it to being similar to the Chinese situation where they also cover up misdeeds of high-ranking people."But Mr Wales was confident that the authorities in the US were unlikely to try to force Twitter to meekly relent the courts in Britain because of the enshrinement of freedom of expression in the United States Constitution.Next for social networkingBooks, television shows and news will be the next subjects to become the focus of social networking, the founder of Facebook believes.Mark Zuckerberg said they would be transformed into "media experiences" similar to computer games already on the site. He told the e-G8 Internet Forum in Paris yesterday they were contenders for the next generation of social networking.?The Bloglovin' Awards during New York fashion week recognized (Best Personal Style Blog, Blog of the Year), (Best Streetstyle), (Best News Blog), the (Most Original Blog), and (Newcomer of the Year).Moda Operandi - a new shopping site curated by Vogue's Lauren Santo Domingo - launches February 16, which will enable fashion fans to shop looks off US designers' runways. The move is heralded as a democratization of the industry since for the first time, it won't exclusively be professional buyers that decide what customers can buy. A 50-percent down payment will bag you a look from Alexander Wang's show - that took place February 12- in the site's first sale. Santo Domingo and her partner, Aslaug Magnusdottir, are aiming at bringing the looks to customers within 48 hours after a show.Asian American designer Derek Lam has designed an accessibly priced collection for eBay that will hit the auction site February 16. Vote on your favorite items, and the top five looks will go into production to be shopped online this spring.?Following the launch of his first standalone store in New York, Alexander Wang has relaunched his website, whose shop now offers ready-to-wear in addition to the previously available T by Alexander Wang line. Models' faces were obscured in a mask collaboration project with performance artist Terence Koh, adding a 'concept store' twist to the site.Payvment, a Facebook app that lets anyone create a retail store on the social network, has unveiled a virtual shopping mall comprised of all the stores that use the app. The platform offers over one million products from 50,000 retailers.In other online mall news, denim brand Levi's has opened a virtual boutique on Chinese shopping platform Taobao. More than 200 products can already be shopped via the site, and the label plans to launch online exclusives in the future.E-tailer Shopbop has announced it will launch a shopping area dedicated to weddings on March 14. Dresses will include designs by Halston Heritage, Lela Rose, Notte by Marchesa, Max Azria, Temperley London, Alice + Olivia, and Calvin Klein, with prices ranging from $195 to $5,000.?Hipster fashion brand Band of Outsiders has launched a blog for its Girl line, posting inspirations behind its collections, such as music, iconic figures, fashion editorials, and much more.The equally hip Urban Outfitters chain will sell its new bridal line online from Valentine's Day, February 14.US department store Barneys now has a new micro-site called The Window, which went live this week. Fed with daily updates, it connects labels sold in the store - Alexander Wang, Frederic Malle, and Munnu Jewelry are among the first ones featured - with editorial coverage, such as designer interviews.Fashion brands are increasingly setting up their own Tumblr blogs to reach their fans, with the most recent example being the web-savvy US designer Kate Spade. The new site especially focuses on the brand's signature color theme, but there are also unexpected gems such as creative .?Model Ashley Smith, who is also the current face of Alexander Wang, causes an admirer to drop to the floor in one clip and gets enchanted herself by a most likely nice-smelling police officer in the other.According to a release, the new perfume will contain molecules that stimulate the hypothalamus, the sexual center of the brain, making it a "beautiful but deadly weapon of seduction" that will "ignite passions like never before."In fragrance speak, this will translate to an opening of mandarin and star anise notes, a heart composed of jasmine, gardenia, and (known aphrodisiac) licorice, and base notes of amber and vanilla - all packaged in a heart-shaped bottle complete with a cupid's dart.Watch the videos at and .??Santigold has been increasingly venturing into the realms of fashion recently, having just designed a collection with urban shoe brand Vans.As part of an ongoing trend of recording artists premiering their new tracks in advertising, the video is set against an exclusive remix of Santigold's "Go."Watch the video at .?Moncler's 'flash mob' of dancing models at Grand Central Station was without a doubt one of the most talked-about shows of the week.New York's wonder boy Alexander Wang has had a hell of a season, winning GQ's menswear prize and opening his first standalone store. His collection was one of the few real hits.One of the most anticipated collections each New York fashion week is that of Marc Jacobs, which again got raving reviews.Arguably the most fun of all New York shows each season: Betsey Johnson, who - much like Sonia Rykiel in Paris - insists on refreshingly extrovert models on the runway.Band of Outsiders released their models by ropes hanging from the ceiling.Victoria Beckham commented each look herself, reportedly earning snickers from the audience.Together with Diane von Furstenberg, she is the Grande Dame of New York fashion week: Carolina Herrera injected a much-needed dose of glamour.And while we're at it: Diane von Furstenberg topped most of her outfits with flamenco hats:The New York maestro responsible for the most spectacular gowns: Oscar de la Renta.Tommy Hilfiger's all-American look had a decidely 1970s feel to it this season.Michael Kors celebrated 30 years in business this season, showing his collection to everyone who 'helped and inspired' him along the way.?Sidewalk catwalk auctionEnds September 3OnlineSome of New York's premier fashion designers have created mannequins to celebrate the city's fashion district. On September 3, these will move from the sidewalk to eBay for the public to bid on their favorite designs, with all proceeds going to New York charity Materials for the Arts. More information can be found at Mercedes Benz Fashion WeekSeptember 9-16New York, USThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talent, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Fashion's Night OutSeptember 10InternationalThe global event, in its second edition this year, will again see designers and celebrities team up with luxury stores and mass retailers to get people shopping everywhere from Berlin to Paris and New York. Follow the organizers on for a constant stream of updates on events and promotions. London Fashion WeekSeptember 17-22London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their spring-summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 22-28Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's spring-summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 28-October 6Paris, FranceThe season of spring-summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.???New York Fashion WeekFebruary 10-17New York, USAThe event kicks off the women's ready-to-wear season in the four fashion capitals (the other three being London, Milan, and Paris), the most important time in the fashion half-year. American designers including Michael Kors, Alexander Wang, and Calvin Klein will all showcase their collections.Bloglovin' AwardsFebruary 13New York, USAThe fashion community's favorite blogs will be awarded at the annual ceremony, praising the best in personal fashion, streetstyle, fashion news, and more. Votes are still accepted online.Fashion 2.0 AwardsFebruary 16New York, USANew Yorkers are taking digital fashion very seriously - case in point: another ceremony during fashion week that awards fashionable online projects. Is Burberry or Armani more web-savvy? Was Chanel's or Lanvin's video prettier? Which fashion PR deserves praise for their Twitter account? You decide.Michael Kors 30th anniversary showFebruary 16New York, USAThe US designer kicks off the festivities with a special showcase during New York fashion week - where he will present his new collection to all those who have been important to him throughout his career - that will be broadcast live on the web. He is also gearing up for the opening of a new flagship on the city's Madison Avenue as well as his biggest store to date on rue Saint Honor in Paris by the end of March.London Fashion WeekFebruary 18-23London, UKFollowing New York's Fashion Week, London's event brings together British designers such as Paul Smith, and new talents like Christopher Kane. Issa London, the label who made the now-famous sapphire blue dress that Kate Middleton wore to announce her engagement to Prince William, is among those scheduled to stage a catwalk show. London Fashion Week will showcase both women's and men's collections.?Mercedes Benz Fashion WeekSeptember 9-16New York, USThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talent, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Fashion's Night OutSeptember 10InternationalThe global event, in its second edition this year, will again see designers and celebrities team up with luxury stores and mass retailers to get people shopping everywhere from Berlin to Paris and New York. Follow the organizers on for a constant stream of updates on events and promotions. London Fashion WeekSeptember 17-22London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their spring-summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 22-28Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's spring-summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 28-October 6Paris, FranceThe season of spring-summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?Stockholm Fashion WeekAugust 16-22Stockholm, SwedenThe Swedish capital has lost many of its leading brands to bigger fashion weeks (e.g., Acne, which will be showing in London this fall), but remains a great talent-scouting playground.Rosemount Sydney Fashion FestivalAugust 23-28Sydney, AustraliaBrought to you by the same team responsible for Australian Fashion Week, the festival features ticketed fashion events for the public, showcasing Australia's leading designer brands and retailers as their collections arrive in stores throughout the city.Mercedes Benz Fashion WeekSeptember 9-16New York, USThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talent, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.Fashion's Night OutSeptember 10InternationalThe global event, in its second edition this year, will again see designers and celebrities team up with luxury stores and mass retailers to get people shopping everywhere from Berlin to Paris and New York. Follow the organizers on for a constant stream of updates on events and promotions. ?New York Fashion WeekFebruary 10-17New York, USAThe event kicks off the women's ready-to-wear season in the four fashion capitals (the other three being London, Milan, and Paris), the most important time in the fashion half-year. American designers including Michael Kors, Alexander Wang, and Calvin Klein will all showcase their collections.Bloglovin' AwardsFebruary 13New York, USAThe fashion community's favorite blogs will be awarded at the annual ceremony, praising the best in personal fashion, streetstyle, fashion news, and more. Votes are still accepted online.Fashion 2.0 AwardsFebruary 16New York, USANew Yorkers are taking digital fashion very seriously - case in point: another ceremony during fashion week that awards fashionable online projects. Is Burberry or Armani more web-savvy? Was Chanel's or Lanvin's video prettier? Which fashion PR deserves praise for their Twitter account? You decide.Michael Kors 30th anniversary showFebruary 16New York, USAThe US designer kicks off the festivities with a special showcase during New York fashion week - where he will present his new collection to all those who have been important to him throughout his career - that will be broadcast live on the web. He is also gearing up for the opening of a new flagship on the city's Madison Avenue as well as his biggest store to date on rue Saint Honor in Paris by the end of March.London Fashion WeekFebruary 18-23London, UKFollowing New York's Fashion Week, London's event brings together British designers such as Paul Smith, and new talents like Christopher Kane. Issa London, the label who made the now-famous sapphire blue dress that Kate Middleton wore to announce her engagement to Prince William, is among those scheduled to stage a catwalk show, while Tom Ford will stage an intimate presentation of his new womenswear line. London Fashion Week will showcase both women's and men's collections.Milan Fashion WeekFebruary 23 - March 1Milan, ItalyMaestros Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, and Ferragamo will showcase their collections alongside Italy's first fashion ladies Versace, Prada, and Frida Giannini for Gucci at Milan's fashion week. The Italian fashion council, the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, will also some of the shows.Paris Fashion WeekMarch 1-9Paris, FranceThe queen of all fashion weeks will conclude ready-to-wear show season with only the biggest names in fashion such as Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Lanvin or Balenciaga.?Mercedes Benz Fashion WeekSeptember 9-16New York, USAThe biggest American designers, such as Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren, will show alongside fresh talent, including Prabal Gurung and Alexander Wang, when the Big Apple kicks off fall's fashion month.London Fashion WeekSeptember 17-22London, UKJust one day after the end of the shows in New York, the London Fashion Week begins. House of Holland, Julian Macdonald, Matthew Williamson, Acne, Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Burberry Prorsum are some of the brands showing their spring-summer collections in London, considered the most avant-garde of the four big fashion weeks.Milan Fashion WeekSeptember 22-28Milan, ItalyAfter London and before Paris, the fashion crowd moves to Milan to look at the women's spring-summer 2011 collections. Expect great shows from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, Fendi, Gucci and Prada.Paris Fashion WeekSeptember 28-October 6Paris, FranceThe season of spring-summer ready-to-wear shows ends in Paris with legendary houses like Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Maison Martin Margiela, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.?S?o Paulo Fashion WeekJanuary 28- February 2S?o Paulo, BrazilStarted in 1996, S?o Paulo Fashion Week has evolved into the most important fashion event in Latin America. Expect to see catwalk shows by major Brazilian labels like Ricardo Almeida, Reinaldo Louren?o, and Ronalda Fraga, as well as by luxury European brands like Chanel and Versace. The most anticipated events of SPFW are by far the presentations of sexy Brazilian beachwear lines like Amir Slama's Rosa Cha.Copenhagen Fashion WeekFebruary 2-6Copenhagen, DenmarkNorthern Europe's largest fashion event draws some 60,000 designers, buyers, and press. Coupled with its leading trade fairs CPH Vision, Gallery and the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair, the Danish capital is quickly cementing its status as a global fashion hub.New York Fashion WeekFebruary 10-17New York, USAThe event kicks off the women's ready-to-wear season in the four fashion capitals (the other three being London, Milan, and Paris), the most important time in the fashion half-year. American designers including Michael Kors, Alexander Wang, and Calvin Klein will all showcase their collections.London Fashion WeekFebruary 18-23London, UKFollowing New York's Fashion Week, London's event brings together British designers such as Paul Smith, and new talents like Christopher Kane. Issa London, the label who made the now-famous sapphire blue dress that Kate Middleton wore to announce her engagement to Prince William, is among those scheduled to stage a catwalk show. London Fashion Week will showcase both women's and men's collections.?Better reconsider that Herv Leger dress: according to a new poll, bodyconscious dresses scream 'promiscuous' to the fellas. Crop and corset tops, lace, and underwear as outerwear apparently enjoy the same dubious reputation among men - so basically all that's hip right now. ()Sienna and Savannah Miller star in a new video lookbook for their fashion label, Twenty8Twelve. ()Herms has launched an interactive site called J'aime mon Carr (French for 'I love my scarf'), which shows you countless ways to tie the luxe label's famous printed scarves, much along the lines of Burberry's Art of the Trench portal. ()Diesel stays stupid: the denim label continues its popular Be Stupid campaign this fall. New ads have just been released and are as hilarious as ever. Will they, too, be banned in the UK? ()American Apparel's financial situation continues to look bleak. ()America's Next Top Model host Tyra Banks has made waves after enthusiastically lauding an incredibly tiny waist of one of her show's contestants. Banks had formerly made a point of including healthy-looking models and famously told the gossip press to "kiss my fat ass." ()Model of the moment Abbey Lee Kershaw stars in a video for Alexander Wang's first-ever campaign. Lenny Kravitz's daughter, Zoe fronts the print ads. ()There's still no sign of a cookbook, but supermodel Kate Moss will start selling her own jam. ()?Also having a moment are top-handle bags, at the top of the trends list, reflecting the return to retro, classic styling for handbags that was seen in many of the Autumn 2010 shows. Another sign of fall is the new appearance of beanies, or knit hats, in ninth position on the trends chart.Top Brands1. Lanvin (no change)2. Rebel Yell (+1)3. Matthew Williamson (+?2)4. T by Alexander Wang (no change)5. Chol (+3)6. Proenza Schouler (no change)7. Alice + Olivia (re-entry)8. Steven Alan (-1)9. Preen (re-entry)10. Balmain (re-entry)Top Sites1. lagarconne.com (no change)2. stevenalan.com (+1)3. tarinatarantino.com (-1)4. luisaviaroma.com (+1)5. mytheresa.com (-1)6. heels.com (+2)7. uggaustralia.com (new)8. juicycouture.com (-1)9. shopbird.com (new)10. bunnyhug.co.uk (re-entry)Top Celebrities1. Blake Lively (no change)2. Audrey Hepburn (no change)3. Leighton Meester (no change)4. Emma Watson (+2)5. Kristen Stewart (no change)6. Taylor Momsen (+1)7. Ashley Greene (-3)8. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (+2)9. Lady Gaga (-1)10. Rihanna (-1)Top Trends1. top handle bags (new)2. biker boots (new)3. suede pumps (new)4. jeggings (-3)5. chain strap handbags (new)6. big bangles ?(re-entry)7. blazers (-2)8. multi chain necklaces (re-entry)9. beanies (new)10. ballet flats (re-entry)Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives five million individual visits a month.?Lanvin and Rebel Yell stay top of the brands, while Australian swimwear brand Zimmerman and American label J Crew make their debut entries.Top Brands1. Lanvin (no change)2. Rebel Yell (no change)3. T by Alexander Wang (+1)4. Matthew Williamson (-1)5. Chlo (no change)6. Preen (+3)7. Alice + Olivia (no change)8. Zimmerman (new entry)9. J Crew (new entry)10. Anna Molinari (re-entry)?Top Sites1. lagarconne.com (no change)2. stevenalan.com (no change)3. luisaviaroma.com (+1)4. tarinatarantino.com (-1)5. bergdorfgoodman.com (re-entry)6. heels.com (no change)7. shopbird.com (+2)8. idontlikemondays.us (new entry)9. uggaustralia.com (-2)10. brownsfashion.com (new entry)?Top Celebrities1. Leighton Meester (+2)2. Blake Lively (-1)3. Audrey Hepburn (-1)4. Emma Watson (no change)5. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (+3)6. Kristen Stewart (-1)7. Taylor Momsen (-1)8. Ashley Greene (-1)9. Lady Gaga (no change)10. Megan Fox (new entry)?Top Trends1. top handle bags (no change)2. biker boots (no change )3. suede pumps (no change)4. high top sneakers (re-entry)5. cargo pants (re-entry)6. faux fur vests (new entry)7. thigh high boots (new entry)8. beanies (+1)9. boyfriend shorts (re-entry)10. oversized cardigans (new entry)?Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives five million individual visits a month.??Last year the trend for the retro glasses was set by Alexander Wang's first range of shades before other brands such as Ray Ban and Fossil followed suit. This year thick retro angular shades - once a favorite of style icon Audrey Hepburn - are making a comeback, adorning the faces of celebrities such as Annette Bening and Robert Downey Jr. at the Golden Globe Awards. Also in this week's charts, new entry Red Valentino jumps straight in at the top of the brands, Net-a-Porter climbs to the top of the sites and Kristen Stewart, winner of favorite movie actress at the People's Choice Awards, re-enters the celebrity charts.Top brands01.? Red Valentino (new entry)02.? A.L.C (-1)03.? Chol (+2)04.? 3.1 Philip Lim (re-entry)05.? Proenza Schouler (-1)06.? Alexander McQueen (re-entry)07.? Lanvin (-1)08.? Miu Miu (+1)09.? Sass & Bide (new entry)10.? Valentino (re-entry)?Top sites01.? net-a-porter.com (+5)02.? lagarconne.com (no change)03.? barneys.com (re-entry)04.? ysl.com (re-entry)05.? kirnazabete.com (re-entry)06.? calypsostbarth.com (-5)07.? matchesfashion.com (re-entry)08.? theoutnet.com (-1)09.? my-wardrobe.com (new entry)10.? betseyjohnson.com ?(new entry)?Top celebrities01.? Leighton Meester (no change)02.? Blake Lively (+1)03.? Emma Watson (-1)04.? Audrey Hepburn (no change)05.? Olivia Palermo (+4)06.? Rihanna (-1)07.? Pink (-1)08.? Kate Moss (-1)09.? Taylor Swift (-1)10.? Kristen Stewart (re-entry) Top trends01.? bohemian (re-entry)02.? houndstooth (new entry)03.? nautical (re-entry)04.? ballet flats (re-entry)05.? cat eye glasses (re-entry)06.? peep toe shoes (re-entry)07.? graphic tees (re-entry)08.? aviator sunglasses (re-entry)09.? fringe bags (+1)10.? polka dots (-2)Data collected on January 18.Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives five million individual visits a month. ???Top Brands1. Lanvin (no change)2. Elizabeth and James (re-entry)3. Rebel Yell (new)4. T by Alexander Wang (+5)5. Matthew Williamson (-1)6. Proenza Schouler (-1)7. Steven Alan (-1)8. Chlo (re-entry)9. Zimmermann (-1)10. Vince (-8)Top Sites1. lagarconne.com (no change)2. tarinatarantino.com (no change)3. stevenalan.com (no change)4. mytheresa.com (no change)5. luisaviaroma.com (re-entry)6. bergdorfgoodman.com (re-entry)7. juicycouture.com (+7)8. heels.com (-1)9. zimmermannstore.com (-4)10. calypso-celle.com (no change)Top Celebrities1. Blake Lively (+1)2. Audrey Hepburn (-1)3. Leighton Meester (+2)4. Ashley Greene (no change)5. Kristen Stewart (-3)6. Emma Watson (no change)7. Taylor Momsen (no change)8. Lady Gaga (no change)9. Rihanna (no change)10. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen (re-entry)Top Trends1. jeggings (re-entry)2. peep toe booties (re-entry)3. pencil skirt (re-entry)4. plaid shirts (re-entry)5. blazers (re-entry)6. lace up boots (re-entry)7. plaid (re-entry)8. cocktail rings (re-entry)9. one shoulder tops (new)10. boyfriend jeans (re-entry)Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives five million individual visits a month.?If this won't get you into spring mode, nothing will: Banana Republic takes you on a road trip.New model on the block Ashley Smith features alongside DJ Diplo in Alexander Wang's infectious spring campaign video for his T. line, which is set against one of Diplo's tunes.The promo video for America's Next Top Model's 16th (!) season is out.Watch Lou Doillon and Jessica Joffe play the jungle drums in Vanessa Bruno's latest fashion short.Keira Knightley stars in Elle's cover shoot wearing Tom Ford's new women's collection. According to unconfirmed reports, the actress has signed on to represent the line for the coming six years.Photographer Amber Gray's video to go with Marie Claire China's February issue is guaranteed to take you to a fashion wonderland.Director Paul de Luna has released a beautiful short film for Blank Magazine starring model Solange Wilvert.StyleStalker's video to promote its latest collection is called "The Beautiful and the Damned."Video lookbooks are the new thing in fashion, and there has rarely been a more charming one as this clip by hat label Yestadt Millinery.?Alexander Wang was named GQ's Best New Menswear Designer this week - see the Asian American designer accept his oversized check, saying something maybe a teeny bit inappropriate.Irina Shayk, model girlfriend of soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo, found herself on the cover of Sports Illustrated, revealed at "The Late Show with David Letterman" on February 13. She visited The Today Show the following morning - see both videos at the link below.Transsexual model Lea T. made her eagerly anticipated appearance on Oprah this week, talking about the process of changing her sex and how that affects her work in fashion.Director Michael Palmieri has documented a fashion blogger's life during fashion week with a little help from Norwegian model turned photographer Hanneli Mustaparta.More blogger power comes courtesy of Nowness, which followed street style photographer Yvan Rodic, aka The Facehunter, around New York City.Levi's released a charming Valentine's Day-inspired video to promote its collaboration with Opening Ceremony.Another brand has worked together with the famous New York store: Maison Martin Margiela presented its wearable collection of transformable pieces during fashion week.And the final of Opening Ceremony's clever moves this week: an interview with W magazine's editor-in-chief Stefano Tonchi at his offices.Fast retailer Esprit has released a cheerful ad for its new him-and-her fragrance duo Jeans Style.See more fashion fragrance fun in this newly released spot for DKNY perfumes, starring real-life couple Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic.?In the runup to Milan fashion week, which kicks off September 21, fashion fans are getting excited about Wang's latest coup: the hip New York-based designer will honor the Italian city's famed White trade show with his White Pony Rocco Bag, made exclusively from lamb and pony hide for Milanese store Antonioli (where it launches officially on September 23) and London's Selfridges department store.Meanwhile, another Milan shopping constant is making headlines this fashion week: 10 Corso Como, the city's iconic concept store founded by Carla Sozzani, is throwing special events for its twentieth birthday. If you're in town, stop by to visit its gallery, bookshop, or restaurant, and be sure to experience the best in cutting-edge shopping, paralleled only by the likes of Colette in Paris or London's Dover Street Market.The most star-studded event of Milan's fashion week, however, will again be the amfAR gala on September 23: the Foundation for AIDS Research has invited celebrities including Heidi Klum, Eva Herzigova, and Bar Refaeli to raise awareness of the disease.???Archie's favourite T-shirt is apple-green with tree roots growing down from the neckline. So when he wears it, his neck looks like the trunk and his head is the leaves. It is also riddled with holes. These I can forgive C I have a penchant for deconstructivist designers myself, you know C but I simply can't understand why anyone would want to dress as a tree. He wore that T-shirt on our first date, though neither of us knew it was our first date at the time, so I can't get cross about that.Actually, Archie has great taste and he does appreciate the finer things. It's just that, combined with his preference for not making an effort, his great taste doesn't often get a moment to shine.He can be vain, but only when he can be bothered to be. This makes for interesting outbursts about twice a year when Archie realises he has only one pair of trousers, or that he is wearing a T-shirt he doesn't even like. It's like when the dormouse in Alice in Wonderland wakes up to make a pronouncement. When this happens, I gently suggest that we go to the sort of shop I would approve of and buy him a new version of whatever it is he has taken sudden pique against.This means, brilliantly, that he has a limited wardrobe of incredibly nice clothes, which I am training him not to leave on the floor or public transport. He owns a few things that make me shudder, but they don't tend to leave the house any more. I achieve this by staring at the offending garment till he takes it off.Left to his own devices, Archie's style is what I would call Rompersuit Minimal. That is, he likes clothes in plain and block-coloured separates that make him look like a big toddler. I think this is adorable, but have encouraged more navy, black and grey (rather than tomato-red and pistachio-green) so that people take him seriously. All in all, Archie's tastes reflect the jolly individual he is, but he errs on the side of classic and formal rather than "street". Thank god. He doesn't wear jeans because he doesn't like them C a judgement he came to on his own, without me having to point out they weren't really his "thing". And he looks great in a shirt, as he has lovely forearms.As for my personal style, I do feel a bit sorry for Archie. I think he'd like it if I wore frilly dresses in nice colours or had a haircut that didn't scare people. Sometimes I show him clothes that I've bought or am going to buy and he makes a little face that almost breaks my heart. He's stopped pointing out that everything I own is black, loose-fitting and drapy, but you can see it in his eyes that he'd rather it was pink, short and tight.Harriet Walker is a fashion feature writer and columnist for The New ReviewArchie's story...Basically, I would like to look cool, but I would like to pull that off without appearing to make an effort, and I am kind of willing to put in an extra effort to achieve that effect. The idea is to appear to have bought (reasonably priced) clothes that don't look terrible, completely by mistake. And, OK, sometimes the difficulty of achieving this goal means I end up owning only one pair of trousers. But that's not because I don't care! It's because I care too much!Going out with Harry has taught me that I'll never pull off my masterplan C because doing so is impossible. No one looks effortlessly cool to people who actually know what cool is. This realisation, coupled with Harry's not-as-subtle-as-she-thinks attempts to steer me in what she deems the right direction, means I now own some items of clothing that might lead people to confuse me with someone who didn't mind people thinking he gave a damn.I bristle at the intervention a bit, since she puts her fingers in her ears whenever I try to explain how percentages work, and I don't see why I should be re-educated if she won't be. But it must be admitted that some of the changes are seismic. So, now I have this shirt with a shooting patch on it. I don't know what it's there for, as I've never been shooting. I do know it'll make a lot of people think I'm a div. The trouble is: I really like it.Spending a lot of time with someone who works in fashion when you are a civilian has this discombobulating effect. You stop asking questions like: are there really people who think a jacket is worth 1,700? And where are that man's socks?Some you stop asking as you realise you aren't going to get a good answer. Some you stop asking as you realise the whole point is the madness. Mostly, though, you stop asking as you realise through others' tiresome repetition that your snotty little query is actually really unoriginal, and based on a mistaken premise. Probably that's the main thing I've learnt from going out with someone in fashion: people who know even less than I do talk an awful lot of rubbish about it.The other big thing I've learnt: the experts don't have access to some secret taste vault. They just pick the stuff they like C with a more judicious eye, a better sense of how the thing will hang or whatever, but still just stuff they like. I'd always assumed there was more science to it. Then I realised Harry's favourite shoes have mouse faces, and her all-time most-desired object is a handbag that looks like a dinosaur. That made me feel a bit better about the trousers situation.Archie Bland is Saturday editor of The Independent?The singer Katy Perry went trad Indian for her wedding to the comedian Russell Brand last month, but sophisticated Indian women want to be like her before the makeover. Reena, a Mumbai make-up artist I spoke to is scathing. "Silly girl, Katy, going for retro like that. Elephants and garish colours - really, how low class! Makes us look so backward. Really, don't they know we are modernising? Our designers and models could be on catwalks in Paris and Milan now. We got the message." And how.Student Mika Bhatia, 21, a Californian of Indian origin says urban India is cutting off from its own history and ways of life recklessly and hastily: "Fifteen years ago the American influence was absent and women would dress in their traditional clothes, look great. Now it is all about Western clothes. It's sad. It's happening so fast. I notice it every time I go back." You can see similar trends in other developing nations and emerging markets. Globalisation shrinks the world in more ways than we think.Sophie Kafeero was my roommate at university in Uganda, a wonderfully vivacious African woman with a curvy body, pursued by male students. "It wouldn't happen today she tells me. Young women who want to be popular 'showcase' girlfriends are skinny, have to be." One young woman at a local internet caf so didn't want to be like her large mother, she has become anorexic. Quacks offer Chinese potions to get weight off. Business is booming.Ugandan British solicitor Jennifer Nyeko Jones confirms these trends: "The old posters are slowly fading C when large women were admired because it meant they were living well. Western men who go to Africa looking for girls are bringing this idea too. African men are not asking for it. Gyms are now everywhere, taking the place of popular local beauty parlours."Until 2000, no African woman had ever won Miss World, mainly because the nations selected big lovelies with sassy walks, like the fictional lady detective, Precious Ramotswe, of Alexander McCall Smith's Botswana novels. Then in 2001, a Western scout found the Nigerian Agbani Darego, tall, slim, small nose, large eyes, shiny skin. She was duly crowned and became the new ideal beauty. AIDS is known as the 'slim disease' across the continent. Now another slim disease has arrived.Elsewhere the demand is for altered features. South Korean women have their eyes de-orientalised for $800. In Singapore the men too opt for surgery, like the stylist Alvin Goh, who says he now fits better into the fashion industry. More nose jobs are done in Iran than any other country on earth. In his project 'Love Me', about the global beauty industry, the British photographer Zed Nelson last year raised the spectre of a "eerily homogenised" world, dull and samey like a prairie.Along with goods and services, neuroses are also being exported, from us in the West to them in the rest of the world. In the age of exploration Europeans unknowingly introduced their diseases into populations which had no immunity to protect them. The viruses now transmitted abroad are carried on the backs of unbridled consumerism and free enterprise.We need to face up to what that has done to our own societies and debate the ethics of the economic model that creates misery and dissatisfaction and cashes in on it. And then ask ourselves by what right we inflict the same and worse on other civilizations.Western women are programmed and controlled by the peddlers of physical perfection even though from time to time we like to imagine we have pulled ourselves free. Take Christina Hendricks, the stupendously voluptuous Joan Holloway in Mad Men, apparently the nemesis of zealous body regulators who only exalt females with lovely bones and small, pert, boobs. Hers are prodigious knockers, and then there's the door-sized bum and that animal walk, inviting and yet mean. Propping her up and out, though, are engineering miracles and feminine suffering we can but imagine. Fashionistas are ordering corsets with padded seats from Rio; Prada frocks pay homage to her shape and Esquire crowns her the 'best looking woman in America.' The equalities minister Lynne Featherstone believes the actress is a 'fabulous' role model and is setting up discussions with people from the fashion and media industries to get them to change models from little to large and boost female confidence. But for these merchants small is bountiful, brings in mega profits. Women with meat on them are unsightly, no good as bait. True, public effusion breaks out seasonally when, on TV, Nigella invites millions to drool over her puddings. Beth Ditto and Ruth Jones from the popular series Gavin and Stacy, and dear old Anne Widdicombe are fat and proud but the appeal for most is freakish. The idolatry of Hendricks too is more hope than expectation. Like a modern day Botticelli maiden, she rises out of the sea, briefly, before going under again.Upholders of beauty exploit the inadequacies of a weak and needy post-modern society that must be told what to be. The exceptions above can't overturn the rules. Smart, successful, aspirational people are lean or must try to be.The scale and penetration of such messaging in modern times is unprecedented. Academic Kate Fox of the Social Issues Research Centre warned way back in 1998: "Advances in technology has caused normal concerns about how we look to become obsessions... we have become accustomed to rigid and uniform standards of beauty...on TV billboards and magazines, we see 'beautiful people' all the time, more often than members of our own family, making exceptional good looks seem real, normal and attainable."For the comedian and writer Arabella Weir this trickery leads to perpetual dissatisfaction: "The celeb culture holds up the thin look, rarefied and glamorous women and at the same time it invites us to see them as ordinary - we can have a life just like them. See Cheryl Cole? We can buy copies of her shoes and be her." Except we can't.You could argue that every age has beauty prototypes and evanescence is the handmaiden of capitalism. Women have been made to conform to templates within all social systems. The horrendous corsets of the Victorian era broke their bodies and girdles of the Fifties severely controlled the feminine form. Then the corsets became mental. Weir's poignant new book, The Real Me Is Thin describes how her parents, both academics, believed girls had to be thin, "to please men, to be fantasised about." The child was forbidden pudding, the extra potato. Her mother said watching Arabella eat was like having hot knives poked into her eyes. Most young woman interviewed for her book confessed they would not have dessert on a first date. Gluttony puts men off, they fear.However, even until the late Nineties, the idea of beauty was not squeezed into one thin tube. Stars could still came in different shapes and sizes. The supermodels of the 1980s were strong-looking and broad-shouldered. Before that, Audrey Hepburn and Twiggy were thought stunning, so too Ava Gardener, Liz Taylor, Sophia Loren and Marilyn Monroe. In 2010, even the shapely Liz Hurley seems too fleshy; model Lara Stone (size 8) is thought daringly "curvy" and dream girl Cheryl Cole has melted down to size zero, the official size for the young, female and lionized. Kareena Kapoor is only following the new cosmopolitan aesthetics.Thousands of years ago, Plato tried to codify facial attractiveness and, since then, researchers into beauty have found that symmetry and certain features have universal appeal. But to offset homogeneity is that other evolutionary imperative - variety. In his Descent of Man, Darwin asserted: "It is certainly not true that there is in the mind of man any universal standard of beauty with respect to the human body. It is, however, possible that certain tastes, in the course of time, become inherited."Anorexic chic has gone way beyond inherited taste; it ensnares millions, imperils the future itself. Intelligent women feel caught in the vice. As Mika Bhatia says: "There's such an obsession with being skinny. I wish I could say that I am removed from all of that but I don't think I am. I have always felt I had to work on my appearance and stay thin even though I know what can happen. A close female relative who was at UCLA has developed a eating disorder." Bhatia's family are the new globetrotters, with the gain that brings and tragic losses too.Dutch literature undergraduate Mia De Graf, 19, grapples with the same dilemmas: "It's so mundane, having this single idea of beauty across the world, also so detrimental to our mental health. I am never repulsed when I see old paintings of women with larger figures, but it is weird because now, you think, someone like that should go Weightwatchers. Take the Rossetti painting Lillith, she is absolutely beautiful but today her figure is too full to be beautiful."Maria, 20, a nursery school assistant, daughter of Greek Cypriot migrants, who looks like Bridget Jones, is so sick of being on diets she is on anti-depressants instead: "How does Renee Zellweger get all that weight off and I can't? I have even written to her to ask. I hate myself, just a fucking failure. Look! Even my hands are fat. I can't wear a thong - my tush is too fat." Her nails are bitten right down and bleeding. Such deep misery in one fresh and lovely as a pink peach. A poet might once have written about her bloom, but such beauty has no place in our times.These distorted values are dysphoric for all women. For British Asians, these images had not, until recently, infected our eyes, nor narrowed our tastes. There is among us an abhorrent acceptance of skin colour hierarchies in which light is best. But on the whole, we managed to avoid the brainwashing. The models and actresses didn't look like us so we could ignore them. Not any more.Soni, a teenage British Asian girl, whose name means lovely, can't bear to look at herself. Alexa Chung struts through her dreams. Her mother fears her daughter is going mad. Only as mad as most other girls of her age: "Why can't she like herself? At 48 I think I look good, little fat maybe, but so what? Even my mother likes her face. But not Soni, my rose, born here. In my village back home, I looked in the rivers and thought my face was so pretty. Soni says she will have operations one day." Many of our daughters are in similar crises.These are momentous and dangerous cultural shifts, warns psychotherapist Gabrielle Rifkind: "Pressure on women as to how they should look came from different forms - from family, partners and friends. Now, it is the constant bombardment from the media and beauty industry, and this leads to a reduction in their ability to be independent of thought and creative in their own forms of self expression - the autonomy of the mind. The sexualisation of their image, expressed by very tight clothes and exposure of the body has accentuated a deep experience of alienation from the body, as expressed in rapid increase of anorexia and obesity."A decade ago, writer Naomi Wolf foresaw the coming blight in her seminal book, The Beauty Myth. She was subjected to extraordinary vitriol for exposing the dark side of the beauty business. She lost; they won. The most unachievable image of pulchritude are pressed it into female psyches so they spend and cry. Natasha Walter, author of Living Dolls, a book on young women today, admits feminists should have been more vigilant: "I used to be blas about beauty myths. It was the concrete stuff that mattered - jobs equality and all that. Now I can see how these industries fed into insecurities, spread a punishing view of what it means to be aspirational, the idea of failure. Its impact is huge." Especially, she says, among bright, ambitious girls in sixth form colleges. When she was young, "You could choose your persona and style. It was cool to look as if you weren't trying too hard, to be eccentric." She did find that contemporary black women were happier with their bodies and own individual choices. (Good hair for them, though, as Chris Rock's 2009 candid film of the same name showed, is straight and light, and many go through hell to get that look)Similarly, a study carried out in 2002 (Maya Poran, Sex Roles, Vol 47) compared the self images of Latin, black and white women. Although all groups agreed on what is thought to be perfect C white, slim, tall, straight noses - black women did not let that affect their self esteem. White and Latino women in contrast felt they did not match up.Some emerging economies seem frightfully keen on those manufactured images of perfection. Nonita Karla, editor-in-chief of Elle India is delighted that her readers want to join the dubious club: "Indians have a more international concept of beauty," she says, "And we are now more in sync with global views and values, now it is an established fact. There is a global standard of beauty which is very western influenced, but local ideals live on, side by side."Geoffrey Jones, author of The History of the Global Beauty Industry is less blas: "The globalisation of mega-, celebrity- and luxury brands provides compelling evidence of the 'flattening' of the world. These brands are the carriers of the latest trends, which companies now seem to be able to spread around the world, regardless of cultural traditions, ethnicity or income levels." This latest rush carries on from the periods of industrialisation and empire when white beauty norms were transplanted to colonised lands. Before then, says Jones, "Human societies had their own beauty ideals which differed sharply from one another."A scientist who asked to remain anonymouse tells me his famous cosmetic firm has a grand plan: "Like tobacco companies they are going hard for third world markets, creating a dependent consumer class, gullible enough to believe the slick campaigns and polished lies. It makes me sick." Old tastes cannot survive such determined onslaughts.I loved the old Bollywood actresses, graceful, bosomy and wide with soft bellies. With saris you cannot corset or hide much, nor did they try. Age did not bother them either, stars like Meena Kumari, Rakhi, Waheeda Rehman. To many young British women interviewed for this article the actresses are 'gross', 'overweight', 'outdated'. Most urban Indians would concur. Such a terrible shame that, especially in an old land which we know, from cave sculptures, paintings and the erotic Kama Sutra, celebrated the infinite diversity of the Indian female form.In her book Images of the Modern Women in Asia, Shoma Munshi writes: "Up until the 1980s it was fine to be well rounded and voluptuous and films and advertisements of the time reflect this. ...[now] the Indian cinema and adverts reflect the arrival of the perfectly sculpted body to meet exacting international standards." It is, she believes, to do with a vast and growing middle class (125 million so far) who "swing between their Indian traditions and an internalised transnational identity more in keeping with global lifestyles".And as with Starbucks, the reach is infinite, though some are managing to resist the lure of the west. Just. In parts of Africa and Arabia female beauties can have big hips, bellies and breasts. The pernicious word 'perfect' has not yet entered their lexicon. I asked Jemima Khan if she saw middle class Pakistan succumbing: "The country is more conservative than India, particularly in terms of fashion and dress. The shalwar khameez is designed to conceal a woman's figure. My sister-in-law, for example, hid her pregnancy until a week before giving birth. I couldn't tell even though I was living with her. Having said that, I interviewed a top model/actress there recently and yes she was minute, the Western ideal." Jemima's friend Suhair Khan believes change is unavoidable: "India is much more affected by globalisation but girls in Pakistan are now becoming conscious of being the 'right' size, everyone from my own friends to the manicure girl in Karachi. Those curvy film actresses are quite obviously a dying breed."The only rebellion against this hegemony, believes Rifkind, is: "the rise of enveloped clothing expressed through the burkha, hijab, niqab- veiling- which could be seen as protection against the power of the beauty industry." For us feminists that response also negates selfhood and exerts conformity, pain without real gain.More encouraging is how China manages modernity, says Livia Wang, an Anglo-Chinese teenager : "There was definitely a time when students dyed their hair and wore blue contact lenses, but as China opens up economically, I feel the richer classes are returning to more traditional ideas of beauty C maybe pre-communist imperial times. China is quite proud - they have their own movie and pop stars they look up to. So no I don't think the anxieties of western women are being imported." But they may in the end not be able to hold out."There is an explicit correlation between the emergence of so-called 'international looks' and the opening up of the economy to multinational corporations from the west," says Cambridge academic Priyamvada Gopal believes. "Two Indian women won world beauty titles in the N ineties - Aishwarya Rai and Sushmita Sen. Their arrival on the pageant stage symbolised the arrival of India on the world stage as an economic power to be reckoned with. It's what some scholars call the 'economy of sameness' yoking all cultures to the same idea of beauty which is linked to assimilating all countries into the same economic model".And the same mental disintegration. Young Soni is now self harming and starving herself. On her wall she has posters of Keira Knightley and Karina Kapoor, the beautiful looked up to by a new generation of the damned in the globalised world.With additional reporting by Hannah Ellis-Petersonspoke to is scathing: "Silly girl, Katy, going for retro like that. Elephants and garish colours C really, how low-class! Makes us look so backward. Really, don't they know we are modernising? Our designers and models could be on catwalks in Paris and Milan now. We got the message." And how.Mika Bhatia, a 21-year-old student and a Californian of Indian origin, says urban India is ruthlessly cutting the ties from its history and way of life: "Fifteen years ago, the American influence was absent and women would dress in their traditional clothes and look great. Now, it's all about Western clothes. It's sad. It's happening so fast." You can see similar trends in other developing nations and emerging markets. Globalisation shrinks the world in more ways than we think.Sophie Kafeero was my roommate at university in Uganda. She was a wonderfully vivacious African woman with a curvy body, pursued by male students. "It wouldn't happen today," she tells me. "Young women who want to be popular, 'showcase' girlfriends are skinny C they have to be." One young woman I spoke to said she so didn't want to be like her large mother that she has become anorexic. Quacks offer Chinese potions to get weight off. Business is booming.Ugandan British solicitor, Jennifer Nyeko Jones, confirms these trends. "The old posters are slowly fading C when large women were admired because it meant they were living well," she says. "Western men who go to Africa looking for girls are bringing this idea, too. African men are not asking for it. Gyms are now everywhere, taking the place of popular local beauty parlours."Until 2001, no black African woman had ever won the Miss World competition, mainly because the nations selected big lovelies with sassy walks. Then, a Western scout found the Nigerian, Agbani Darego: tall, slim, small nose, large eyes, shiny skin. She was duly crowned and became the new ideal beauty. Aids is known as the "slim disease" across the continent. Now, another slim disease has arrived.Elsewhere in the world, the demand is for altered features. South Korean women can have their eyes de-orientalised for $800. More nose jobs are done in Iran than any other country on earth. In his project Love Me, about the global beauty industry, British photographer Zed Nelson last year raised the spectre of an "eerily homogenised" world, dull and samey like a prairie.Along with goods and services, neuroses are also being exported, from us in the West to them in the rest of the world. In the age of exploration, Europeans unknowingly introduced their diseases into populations which had no immunity to protect them. The viruses now transmitted abroad are carried on the backs of consumerism and free enterprise.We need to face up to what that has done to our own societies and debate the ethics of the economic model that creates misery and dissatisfaction C and cashes in on it. And then ask ourselves, by what right do we inflict the same and worse on other civilisations?Western women are programmed and controlled by the peddlers of physical perfection, even though from time to time we like to imagine we have pulled ourselves free. Take Christina Hendricks, the stupendously voluptuous Joan Holloway in the TV series Mad Men, apparently the nemesis of zealous body regulators who only exalt females with lovely bones and small, pert boobs. The MP Lynne Featherstone believes the actress is a "fabulous" role model and is setting up discussions with people from the fashion and media industries to get them to change models from little to large and boost female confidence. But for these merchants, small is bountiful C it brings in mega-profits. Women with meat on them are unsightly; they're no good as bait.True, public effusion breaks out seasonally when, on TV, Nigella invites millions to drool over her puddings. Beth Ditto, the singer, Ruth Jones from the popular series Gavin and Stacey, and dear old Ann Widdecombe are big and proud, but the appeal for most is freakish. The idolatry of Hendricks, too, is more hope than expectation. Like a modern-day Botticelli maiden, she rises out of the sea, briefly, before going under again. The exceptions above can't overturn the rules. Smart, successful, aspirational people are lean or must try to be.The scale and penetration of such messaging in modern times is unprecedented. Academic Kate Fox, of the Social Issues Research Centre, warned back in 1998: "Advances in technology have caused normal concerns about how we look to become obsessions ... we have become accustomed to rigid and uniform standards of beauty ... on TV billboards and magazines, we see 'beautiful people' all the time, making exceptional good looks seem real, normal and attainable".For the comedian and writer, Arabella Weir, this trickery leads to perpetual dissatisfaction: "The celeb culture holds up the thin look, and at the same time it invites us to see this as ordinary C we can have a life just like these people. See Cheryl Cole? We can buy copies of her shoes and be her." Except we can't.You could argue that every age has beauty prototypes and evanescence is the handmaiden of capitalism. Women have been made to conform to templates within all social systems. The horrendous corsets of the Victorian era broke women's bodies and the girdles of the Fifties severely controlled the feminine form.Then the corsets became psychological. Weir's poignant new book, The Real Me is Thin, describes how her parents, both academics, believed girls had to be thin, "to please men, to be fantasised about". The child was forbidden pudding or the extra potato. Her mother said that watching Arabella eat was like having hot knives poked into her eyes. Most young women interviewed for Weir's book confessed that they would not have dessert on a first date. Gluttony puts men off, they fear.However, even until the late Nineties, the Western idea of beauty was not squeezed into one thin tube. Stars could still come in different shapes and sizes. The supermodels of the 1980s were strong-looking and broad-shouldered. Before that, Audrey Hepburn and Twiggy were thought stunning, but so, too, Ava Gardner, Liz Taylor, Sophia Loren and Marilyn Monroe. In 2010, even the shapely Liz Hurley seems too fleshy; model Lara Stone (a size eight) is thought daringly "curvy" and dream girl Cheryl Cole has melted down to size zero, the official size for the young, female and lionised. Kareena Kapoor is only following the new cosmopolitan aesthetics.Thousands of years ago, Plato tried to codify facial attractiveness and, since then, researchers into beauty have found that symmetry and certain features have universal appeal. But to offset homogeneity is that other evolutionary imperative C variety. In his Descent of Man, Darwin asserted: "It is certainly not true that there is in the mind of man any universal standard of beauty with respect to the human body. It is, however, possible that certain tastes, in the course of time, become inherited."Anorexic chic has gone way beyond inherited taste; it ensnares millions, imperils the future itself. Intelligent women feel caught in the vice. As Mika Bhatia says: "There's such an obsession with being skinny. I wish I could say that I am removed from all of that but I don't think I am. I have always felt I had to work on my appearance and stay thin, even though I know what can happen. A close female relative who was at UCLA has developed an eating disorder." Bhatia's family are the new globetrotters, with the gain C and tragic losses C that brings. Maria is 20, a nursery school assistant and the daughter of Greek-Cypriot migrants. She is so sick of being on diets that she is on anti-depressants instead: "How does Rene Zellweger get all that weight off and I can't? I have even written to her to ask. I hate myself, just a fucking failure. Look! Even my hands are fat. I can't wear a thong C my tush is too fat." A poet might once have written about her bloom, but such beauty has no place in our times.These distorted values are dysphoric for all women, but for British-Asians, these images had not, until recently, infected our eyes, nor narrowed our tastes. There is among us an abhorrent acceptance of skin colour hierarchies in which light is best. But on the whole, we managed to avoid the brainwashing. The models and actresses didn't look like us so we could ignore them. Not any more.Soni, a teenage British-Asian girl, whose name means "lovely", can't bear to look at herself. The model and TV presenter Alexa Chung struts through her dreams. Her mother fears her daughter is going mad. Only as mad as other girls of her age. "Why can't she like herself? At 48, I think I look good, a little fat maybe, but so what? Even my mother likes her face. But not Soni, my rose, born here. In my village back home, I looked in the rivers and thought my face was so pretty. Soni says she will have operations one day." Many of our daughters are in similar crises.These are momentous and dangerous cultural shifts, warns the psychotherapist Gabrielle Rifkind: "Pressure on women as to how they should look came from different forms C from family, partners and friends. Now, it is the constant bombardment from the media and beauty industry, and this leads to a reduction in their ability to be independent of thought and creative in their own forms of self-expression C the autonomy of the mind. The sexualisation of their image, expressed by very tight clothes and exposure of the body has accentuated a deep experience of alienation from the body, as expressed in rapid increase of anorexia and obesity."Almost two decades ago, the writer Naomi Wolf foresaw the coming blight in her seminal book, The Beauty Myth. She was subjected to extraordinary vitriol for exposing the dark side of the beauty business. She lost; they won. The most unachievable image of pulchritude is pressed into female psyches so that women spend and cry. Natasha Walter, author of Living Dolls, a book on young women today, admits feminists should have been more vigilant: "I used to be blas about beauty myths. It was the concrete stuff that mattered C jobs, equality and all that. Now I can see how these industries fed into insecurities, spread a punishing view of what it means to be aspirational, the idea of failure. Its impact is huge." Especially, she says, among bright, ambitious girls in sixth-form colleges. When she was young, "you could choose your persona and style. It was cool to look as if you weren't trying too hard, to be eccentric."Walter did find that contemporary black women were happier with their bodies and own individual choices. Similarly, a study carried out in 2002 (Maya Poran, Sex Roles, Vol 47) compared the self-images of Latin, black and white women. Although all groups agreed on what is thought to be perfect C white, slim, tall, straight noses C black women did not let that affect their self-esteem. White and Latino women, in contrast, felt they did not match up.Some emerging economies seem frightfully keen on those manufactured images of perfection. Nonita Karla, editor-in-chief of Elle India, is delighted that her readers want to join the dubious club. "Indians have a more international concept of beauty," she says. "And we are now more in sync with global views and values, now it is an established fact. There is a global standard of beauty which is very Western-influenced, but local ideals live on, side by side."Geoffrey Jones, author of The History of the Global Beauty Industry, is less sanguine: "The globalisation of mega, celebrity and luxury brands provides compelling evidence of the 'flattening' of the world. These brands are the carriers of the latest trends, which companies now seem to be able to spread around the world, regardless of cultural traditions, ethnicity or income levels." This latest rush carries on from the periods of industrialisation and empire when white beauty norms were transplanted to colonised lands. Before then, says Jones, "human societies had their own beauty ideals which differed sharply from one another."i loved the old Bollywood actresses: graceful, bosomy and wide with soft bellies. With saris you cannot corset or hide much, nor did they try. Age did not bother stars such as Meena Kumari, Rakhi, Waheeda Rehman. To many young British women interviewed for this article, the actresses are "gross", "overweight", "outdated". Most urban Indians would concur. Such a terrible shame, especially in an old land which we know C from cave paintings and the erotic Kama Sutra C celebrated the infinite diversity of the Indian female form.In her book, Images of the Modern Woman in Asia, Shoma Munshi writes: "Until the 1980s, it was fine to be well-rounded and voluptuous and films and advertisements of the time reflected this ... [now] the Indian cinema and adverts reflect the arrival of the perfectly sculpted body to meet exacting international standards." It is, Munshi believes, to do with a vast and growing middle-class in that country (125 million so far) who "swing between their Indian traditions and an internalised trans-national identity more in keeping with global lifestyles".As with Starbucks, the reach is infinite, though some are managing to resist the lure of the West. Just. In parts of Africa and Arabia, female beauties can have big hips, bellies and breasts. The pernicious word "perfect" has not yet entered their lexicon. I asked Jemima Khan if she saw middle-class Pakistan succumbing to Western tastes. "The country is more conservative than India," she explains, "particularly in terms of fashion and dress. The salwar kameez is designed to conceal a woman's figure. My sister-in-law, for example, hid her pregnancy until a week before giving birth. Having said that, I interviewed a top model/actress there recently and, yes she was minute C the Western ideal."The only rebellion against this hegemony, believes Rifkind, is "the rise of enveloped clothing expressed through the burka, hijab and niqab C veiling, which could be seen as protection against the power of the beauty industry". For us feminists, that response also negates selfhood and exerts conformity, pain without real gain.More encouraging is how China manages modernity, says Livia Wang, an Anglo-Chinese teenager I spoke to. "There was definitely a time when students dyed their hair and wore blue contact lenses, but as China opens up economically, I feel the richer classes are returning to more traditional ideas of beauty C maybe pre-Communist, imperial times. China is quite proud C they have their own movie and pop stars they look up to." But they may, in the end, not be able to hold out."There is an explicit correlation between the emergence of so-called 'international looks' and the opening up of the economy to multinational corporations from the West," says the Cambridge academic Priyamvada Gopal. "Two Indian women won world beauty titles in the Nineties C Aishwarya Rai and Sushmita Sen. Their arrival on the pageant stage symbolised the arrival of India on the world stage as an economic power to be reckoned with. It's what some scholars call the 'economy of sameness', yoking all cultures to the same idea of beauty, which is linked to assimilating all countries into the same economic model."And the same mental disintegration. Young Soni is now self-harming and starving herself. On her wall she has posters of Keira Knightley and Karina Kapoor, the beautiful looked up to by a new generation of the damned in the globalised world.Additional reporting by Hannah Ellis-Peterson? Welcome to Modelslips, Jezebel's inside guide to Fashion Week as seen through the gimlet eyes of our very own 35-inch hipped, gel-schellacked, damaged-hair and hotdog-eating Anonymodel "Tatiana." She's smart! She's thin! And she's BEHOLDEN TO NO ONE. But what she was this weekend was a little bored, and so, instead of tripping down the runway (no that's not her above left), she answered your questions. The biggest difference between modeling and, well, other jobs I've had, is how much surprise is inherent to the former. It's kind of cool that, on a given day, you might get a call from your agent informing you that you're booked on the next plane to Prague. The perpetual motion of fashion pulls even people like me, the totally unknown, relatively-interchangeable, low-hanging fruit of the modeling world, to locales we might never have dreamed of, back at home. And then sometimes, it doesn't. This weekend, Diane von Furstenburg had her show, as did Alexander Wang, Herv Leger, Preen, Miss Sixty, Abaet, Sass & Bide, Threeasfour, and Tuleh. Even , that spit-marking freak, and Zulema, that crazy-eyed model thief, had shows. I was on option for a total of five jobs this weekend, including one or more of the above. An "option" is modelspeak for a Pretty Good Shot at a job — it means the client likes you enough to want to officially nab first dibs on you for a given time slot. Some options get upped to confirmations, some dematerialize for reasons unknown. Of course, as with grades, there is options inflation: Prada is notorious for putting hundreds of models on option for shows or campaigns and then picking only a half-dozen or none at all, in which case they'll just start their process over. But, in general, options are strong indications of interest, and over the long term as many as one half should come through. Given the rough formula of Jobs = Options X .5, I thought I'd be working all weekend. Instead, my options collapsed like a house of cards. Every last one canceled. Even the designer who, right after his casting last week, called me back uptown and kept me in his studio for five semi-clothed hours, causing me to miss three other castings while I feverishly wriggled into and out of every scrap of cloth the man designed in the last six months — the designer whose wholesale volume I read in WWD just topped $1 million — dropped me. Five unpaid hours. Sometimes them's the breaks. I'm afraid I consequently failed to do anything particularly model-esque this weekend. Aside from going to the usual castings, and hitting up a sample sale where I popped my Christian Dior ready-to-wear cherry to the tune of $200, I did not actually work. I did not get my hair done, nor was my makeup professionally applied. I did not walk as if my shoulder blades were tied together by an invisible thread, and I did not go to any crazy cocaine-and-champagne parties at sweaty clubs in the Meatpacking District where a quarter of the models were drinking water to feel "full." I did not see the Fug Girls or Fern Mallis or even Nol Marin. I sat home watching crappy TV, went to a museum, and wondered why I keep reading about when my agency has BCBG on its blacklist for non-payment. But I'm not in low spirits. I'm confirmed for various shows this week — heck, even Chanel Iman had a slow start to her New York fashion week last season — and if my five weekend options all fell through, then the formula should hold that nearly all of my remaining options should come through. Either that or I'll find out I'm going to Prague next weekend. Instead of regaling you more with tales of my uneventful weekend, I took the opportunity to answer some of your (very thoughtful and much-appreciated!) questions. 1. From : What's the most ridiculous direction you've ever been given on a photo shoot? How do you feel about nude shots? Who's the nastiest designer you've worked for? The kindest? Who is the most like Jacobim Mugatu? I'm fine with nudity, personally. I consider it a point of professionalism to just wear the clothes you're given. The stylist picked them for her own unsearchable reasons, and it's not my job to say things like, "Oh, I'm not comfortable wearing a huge crucifix/exposing my left nipple/jumping around in those ridiculous Hammerpants." I'm a model. The least I can do is wear the clothes. Luckily enough my boyfriend has no issues with my chest appearing in the occasional fashion magazine. My professionalism finds its limits in only one area: depictions of smoking. I just don't see why I should advertise Philip Morris gratis. The nicest designer I've ever met was also the most deeply annoying. Kris Van Assche stole my boy Hedi Slimane's spot at the helm of Dior Homme, and for this I will never forgive him. Hedi Slimane could design darts that made me weak at the knees. Hedi Slimane took a fashion backwater where the main creative activity was making the two-button-suit v. three-button-suit question seem new! each! season! and turned it into a phenomenon people actually paid attention to. Men in skirts! Madonna in menswear! Karl Lagerfeld lost over 88 pounds to wear Hedi Slimane's suits. That is a fucking fashion talent. And then his first assistant, Kris Van Assche, took over the label and made . So even though he seemed like the nicest guy in the world when I met him, I was still crying on the inside. Because just one season prior, I would've had the chance to touch Mr. Slimane. 2. A series from : Is it funny or horrifying to watch a fellow model take a dive on the runway? Horrifying. And always particularly horrifying because nobody ever steps in to help: at a lot of runway shows, the front row is seated just inches from where we walk. But there's a kind of diving-bell/don't-touch-the-strippers aspect to runway work. Whether it's Naomi Campbell plopping on her ass or just poor Kamila W. hitting the floor, nobody ever offers a hand. I live in fear of ever working a Vivienne Westwood show. I adore her aesthetic, and applaud on hiring minority models. But she has a longstanding habit of expecting her models to walk in 9" fetish heels, heels that can and have broken ankles. I think I'd be too frightened to take a step. 3. Are underage models, i.e. 15, paid fairly or are they taken advantage of (and how the hell can they work in the US, don't we have child labor laws?) I think the teens are paid as well as the models who've reached the age of majority. There's no such thing as youth rates for modeling jobs — but most of the youngsters have higher expenses, since they need to live in chaperoned apartments, and/or have a parent traveling with them, so they'll see less net from a $4,000 job than, say, I would (come on, someone, send a $4,000 job my way! I have consumer debt like the rest of y'all). In general, I think you're less likely to be sexually harassed on the job if your high school profession is modeling instead of the ubiquitous alternative, . I've done both. Modeling is full of gay men who tell you you're fierce and make ribald jokes you can actually laugh at. Retail is full of creepy managers constantly undressing you with their eyes and angling to cop a feel. As for child labor laws, I think modeling falls into the exceptions governing entertainment and the arts, so there are child and teen models the same way there are child and teen actors. 4. If models eat do they promptly throw it up? I don't, and I've never knowingly lived with a bulimic model. The rates of eating disorders among models, for all the attention the issue has attracted, are actually relatively unstudied by academics. performed at the University of Waterloo in Canada in 2007 compared models with female undergraduates, and found that the prevalence of eating disorders did not differ significantly between models and students. However, models were significantly more likely to smoke, and twice as likely as students to report vomiting after meals. But all the models who admitted vomiting for weight control claimed to do so only occasionally, meaning they wouldn't necessarily all meet the criteria for a bulimia diagnosis. 5. From : If I can toss in a question, I'd like to know if you ever feel proprietary about your image? Like, do you get angry or embarrassed by a client's concept or a photographer's execution? One of the few reasons I still read American Vogue is for Jeffrey Steingarten's food column. Like lots of models, it's never been my favorite fashion mag because it's very repetitive month-to-month and even page-by-page in some cases. But Steingarten's a genius. In a piece about the truffle hunters of Piedmont, Italy, Steingarten asks one of his sources, a man who's coming to the end of his career, what he dreams might await him in heaven. The old man pauses, and says that all he would really, really like to see is all the truffles he's ever retrieved in one room. Just to see what they look like, all together in one place. I have kind of the same feeling about my pictures. I sell the rights to my image for a living. I'm complicit in my own objectification, and I have no role in the creation or dissemination of the pictures I animate, yet I'm still unmistakably there. I do not feel proprietary about these images — I think you give up that right when you sign the agency contract — but I do feel a strange sort of attachment to them. I get my photo taken dozens of times daily, if not hundreds. Every casting agent snaps a zillion Polaroids (sometimes I think the fashion industry is single-handedly keeping Polaroid in business). At shows, where everything from the hairspray to the nail polish to the champagne is sponsored, photographers from all the donor companies crowd the backstage, getting hundreds of frames of whatever in the makeup artist's hands. Then, on the runway, the whole press corps snaps away at you, not to mention editorials, with their hundreds of discarded frames. They're all tiny, tiny parts of me. Sometimes I imagine what it would be like to see every picture I've ever appeared in in one place. How high would the stack be? How many megabytes would I fill? When do I look most confident? Most nervous? What was my best haircut and color after all? When there are so many pieces of you out in the ether — liable to turn up in in miniature on the back pages of magazines with captions like "Models backstage at the X show," or plastered on posters for the public to scribble on, or stored in a designer's archives as an indelible record of collection Y from year Z, should anyone ever care to look it up — and when your job depends on being able to take a good picture, these are the (moderately self-obsessed, semi-male-gaze-theoretical) things you think about, from time to time.?Confession: I have no idea how to respond to Amy Chua's now "Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior," published to immediate and then sustained cries of disgust, trauma, ridicule, and debate on the blogosphere and the comment-o-sphere.What can I add when Asian American bloggers have already responded with posts like "Parents Like Amy Chua are the reason why Asian-Americans like me are in therapy," and as of today, more than 4,000 comments have been posted in response to Chua, mostly vitriolic and genuine horror at her proposed parenting techniques, (which include calling her eldest daughter "garbage" in front of party guests, and standing over seven-year-old daughter Lulu, excoriating her and threatening to throw out her dollhouse, starve her, and put an end to all birthday and holiday celebrations until she learned how play Jacques Ibert's "The Little White Donkey" on the piano. So here goes — I'm going to try my hardest at sincerity, because in what other manner can we have a dialogue about parenting, childhood, and adolescence, the main movers and shakers behind conversations that begin with, "The reason I'm so fucked up is probably because of" On that topic, I have my own reasons, many which have a lot to do with how my parents raised me, and some that overlap so neatly with Chua's article that there's a deep part of me that wants to keep these reasons to myself in order to protect my family from outside scrutiny, the kind of shaming and unsolicited offerings of pity that can happen when you summarize your life inchoately, imperfectly, and publicly for others. Like Chua's daughters, I wasn't allowed to have sleepovers, and when I asked my father if I could go to the movies, he would respond, "Didn't you just ask seven months ago?" and when I had to do a school assignment with my friend Chris, my mother was dead afraid that in the middle of discussing my global history project with him I might accidentally be persuaded to turn to a life of rampant drug-use and sexual depravity, despite my oh-so-eloquent teenage protest at the time: "Ew, but I don't even find him good-looking," (sorry Chris), that she made my father drive me to my friend's house and stand outside of his living room window, staring at us through the window the entire time until I got fed up and decided that I'd rather fail the assignment than complete it under my father's watch. I can go on, but what's the point if the story is incomplete? If I don't tell you that my father himself studied English literature for more than ten years, there was a time when he could recite Shakespeare by heart, Melville, Faulkner, Frost, Fitzgerald, Keats, Yeats, Milton, that he came to the United States in the late 1980's as part of the first wave of students, after China opened its door, to pursue a PhD in linguistics at NYU, and he supported himself (and my mom and I) by working menial restaurant jobs and delivering horrible Chinese food (kung-pao my ass) on his bike to fancy apartment-dwellers on the Upper East Side who tipped him quarters, and when it came time to look for jobs in academia, he quickly realized that even though he had once memorized entire sections of the Miriam-Webster dictionary, that there still plenty of people who only heard his accent, who assumed he wasn't very smart or capable because he pronounced clams "claims" and tunnel "turnol." Is it any wonder that my desire to pursue literature dropped heavy stones of dread into my parents' hearts when my father's own trajectory in the humanities and higher education ended when he decided he didn't want our family to be dirt-poor anymore, and dropped out of the PhD program a month before he was due to defend his dissertation, and started all over again, enrolling in computer science courses at Brooklyn Community College when he was thirty five years old? I can tell you about the time I insisted to my mother that no matter what, I was going to follow my dreams of becoming a writer, and she responded by telling me that even though I believed I was special, I was, in fact, normal, ordinary, unexceptional, and there was no point in struggling against that. I don't intend to defend my mother's words, but I do want to understand why she thought I needed to hear that. Was there a part of her that was reacting to her own experience of being treated as alien in a country that won't let people of color forget they are different? I currently live in the south of France, and no matter how unexceptional and unremarkable I think I am, I know every single day, at least once, if not several times, I will encounter someone on the street who will perform a kung-fu move for me, or shout NEE-HAW-MA or ARRIGATO, or sometimes both, often not even viciously or with the intent to embarrass me, but always I am embarrassed, and always I am aware of how lovely it would be if the world didn't take notice of me. Or did my mother believe this because she was so exceptionally beautiful when she was younger that producers from Hong Kong came knocking on my mother's doorstep to try to cast her in movies, and no matter how much my mother begged, my grandmother refused and even went so far as to literally dead-bolt the door shut to keep them out? Even though I am not a parent and have only ever been a daughter, is it true that when we become parents, there is a part of us that wants to say: But look, I gave up on my dreams and I'm still happy, so why won't you? Or a part of us that want to say: But look, I gave up this dream, so now I won't let you. And if both impulses are potentially harmful, then how shall we best raise our children? And what if I tell you that I knew a girl who had piano lessons right before me, who played the piano four hours a day and whose father stood behind her with a yardstick and whacked the back of her head every time she made a mistake, and that was why, my mother told me, she wore turtlenecks even in the summer, and ran away one winter, and what if I tell you I also knew a boy whose mother laid in his bed for half an hour every evening to warm it up for him in preparation, and spooned food into his mouth when he was a full-on teenager so as not to break his concentration when studying. But these people, like my parents, came from highbrow, educated families in China, whose entire livelihood and intellectual property had been destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, who themselves were deprived of a proper education for years and years of their adolescence. It's not an excuse for corporal punishment or excessive-maniacal love, but it's a context. The problem is that I can come up with so many exceptions to every single story I've recounted in this post that it's just worthless to try and extrapolate any sort of generalization about who Chinese parents are and how they treat their children from what I know and what I've seen. I'll never know if my mom's obsession with being normal, not special' has anything to do with intrinsically Chinese values that have been passed on to her, or if these values were idiosyncratic to her, and what's more, I don't think I or anyone else should on the burden and responsibility of deciding what about their own particular experience is universal or representative of an entire culture. And is it because of Chinese parents like Chua, who forbid their children from participating in school plays, that there's such a dearth of Asian American entertainers and performers? Or might it be possible that there are still exists racial barriers and obstacles for Asian American entertainers and performers? (I'm going to go with yes after; there are so few Asian American actresses that when I take that annoying, "Which Celebrity Do You Look Like," test my face always end ups encircled by an unholy halo of Jackie Chan, Lisa Ling, Lucy Liu, and Chris Rock.) And if Asians are just drones with no capacity for original thought, then let's just completely discount the number of Asian Americans who have built successful start-ups in Silicon Valley, the presence of Asians and Asian Americans in fashion design (Jason Wu, Alexander Wang, the Sretsis sisters, Philip Lim, I could go on,) and not to mention I probably don't exist as a person since I'm currently writing a novel in France, and not, you know, memorizing math equations. Somehow, despite the ridiculous tone of Chua's essay, I can't help but feel a kind of tenderness toward her, especially after learning that she the aggressively provocative article, and that the rest of her book from which the article is excerpted is a lot more self-disparaging and self-searching. But mostly, I feel sorry for her and anxious to see what sort of dialogue arises from this article because as Chimamanda Adichie says so beautifully in her , "The danger of a single story," where she proposes, "The consequence of the single story is this: It robs people of dignity. It makes our recognition of our equal humanity difficult. It emphasizes how we are different rather than how we are similar." And I, and many, many more Asian and Asian American bloggers can assure you that Amy Chua's story is just that: a single story. And in a strange way, I'm heartened by the response of the Asian American blogging community to this article. The blogger writes tenderly of growing up in a small rural town, where his parents owned a restaurant and worked 14 hours a day, six days a week, and how he would help them in his spare time, sometimes by watching "Wheel of Fortune in the backroom," adding: In fact, the first time I encountered the stereotype of the overbearing Chinese parents—probably in something written by Amy Tan, I couldn't relate at all. The idea was foreign and exotic to me. Which is probably why people love reading about it so much. Or the spirited from Resist Racism: So fuck you, Amy Chua, for reinforcing that tired old model minority stereotype. For speaking for an entire group of people and ascribing your abusive parenting to your culture. Fuck you for every person who expresses surprise at my chosen profession. Because we don't do that. Fuck you for all those people who interviewed me and marveled how they didn't know any Asian Americans in that line of work. Despite the fact I was sitting right in front of them. Because obviously my parents should not have "allowed" me to enter my field. Listen, if we want to be the kind of feminists who understand the headscarf debate as more nuanced than simply Muslim women are oppressed because they are forced to cover their faces, then we need to bring that complexity to the table when discussing parenting methods, and certainly we need to bring that complexity to the table before we condemn or elevate an entire population of people, who never consented in the first place to be represented and summarized by one woman's story and one newspaper editor's shitty and misleading idea for a title. Correction: The author wants to note that in fact, it's Taiwanese actor (and heartthrob!) Jay Chou who plays Seth Rogen's sidekick in The Green Hornet, not Korean American actor John Chou, and she heartily apologizes for the sloppy error. However, she does want to note that her homeboy Ken Jeong, born and raised in the United States, was cast as the flagrantly flamboyant, broken-English screeching villain in the 2009 movie, The Hangover. Jenny Zhang is a writer and blogs at Correction: This article has been revised; the original version stated that actor appearing in The Green Hornet was native English-speaker John Cho, sporting a fake Chinese accent. The actor is in fact Jay Chou, who's Taiwanese and learned much of his English just before shooting the film.?In order to view comments on jezebel.com you need to enable JavaScript. If you are using Firefox and NoScript addon, please mark jezebel.com as trusted.?In order to view comments on jezebel.com you need to enable JavaScript. If you are using Firefox and NoScript addon, please mark jezebel.com as trusted.?In order to view comments on jezebel.com you need to enable JavaScript. 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As a result, Lu and the others have suffered injuries, illnesses, lost time from work and lost sleep, says their suit filed in Queens Supreme Court. Lu, 56, claims he was hospitalized for several days after he passed out at his workstation because he was forced to work 25 hours without a break and was warned that he would be fired if he didn't follow orders. Lu eventually was fired, the suit alleges, in retaliation for complaining about the working conditions (and for filing a worker's compensation claim to cover treatment for the injuries he allegedly suffered at work). The timeline seems to sync with the pre-fashion week busy period when designers are rushing to prepare for the show and the studio may have to produce all the samples for the new collection — around that time, 16-hour days aren't unusual for anyone who works in the industry. But you still have to pay people. Including overtime. (Unless they're models; then you can keep them working until 4:30 a.m. and .) 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