Rodarte Gives The World A Vincent Van Gogh-Inspired Collection

Rodarte showed a spring collection that was eminently "wearable" — which I guess is fashionspeak for "there were no horror-film-inspired dresses that looked like they were bleeding this time around." And nothing made of tentacles of black leather, either. Nor any rag-bag collages. What front-row guests like Elle and Dakota … » 9/14/11 7:45pm 9/14/11 7:45pm

The Jackson Family Started Working On A Clothing Line A Week After…

  • Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Randy Jackson — and their late brother's estate — have an apparel line under the Jackson 5 name hitting stores in February. It naturally includes a version of the "Thriller" red leather jacket. [WWD]
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Rodarte Sisters Burn Fabric For Fun, And Other Facts From This Week's

Amanda Fortini's profile of Kate and Laura Mulleavy — the Pasadena sisters behind Rodarte — examines the duo's relationship with middlebrow fashion bible Vogue. You know, the magazine that made them subsist on 1,300 calories a day for four months. » 1/11/10 4:40pm 1/11/10 4:40pm

Madonna Fronts For D&G; Grace Coddington Discusses Lady Gaga's Pubic Hair

  • Madonna goes all Italian neorealist for spring's Dolce & Gabbana campaign. You'd almost swear these images were by Vittorio de Sica, not Steven Klein. The advertising shots ran as editorial content "previewed" in Italian Vanity Fair. [Swide]
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