Maison Kitsune Spring 2015 Presentation

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Elise Diamantini: French brand Maison Kitsune showcased its spring 2015 collection as a part of MADE Fashion Week in New York City.

Heritage, Reinvented

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Karen Alberg Grossman: the Haspel spring 2015 presentation (in conjunction with Jockey and Esquire) reinforced their position as a fashion winner.

Argyle Culture

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Karen Alberg Grossman: The real scene-stealers in Russell Simmons’ celebrity-filled runway show were the clothes on the runway: preppy with personality, heritage with some humor, classics with class.

In Other News: The Waif vs. Adonis in Fashion Week

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Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan examines the dueling masculine archetypes of New York Fashion Week: the gaunt waif and the muscular Adonis.

Sam Malouf Adds Women’s Wear

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Burlingame, California’s Sam Malouf recently announced the addition of women’s wear to the store’s mix. Collections like Jason Wu, Brunello Cucinelli, Nina Ricci and Victoria Beckham will be available for the fall 2014 season. “Customers have been asking for a collection of women’s wear since we opened our doors in 2010. We listened and are […]

In the Market: Spring 2015

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Elise Diamantini highlights a few of her latest showroom visits.

August 2014 Market, Vegas: Day 3 Highlights

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William Buckley’s favorite finds from day three of the Las Vegas shows include Lardini, Boglioli, Chief Trunk, Gitman Vintage and Iuter.

August 2014 Market, Vegas: Day 2 Highlights

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William Buckley reports on some of his favorite finds from the Las Vegas shows, including Vera Largo, Stone Island, Buttero, Herno and Laneus.

Ones to Watch: Joe Sadler and Derek Buse, Cwst

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Cwst (pronounced quest), is a slightly more grown up, less beach-inspired collection than Sadler and Buse’s previous collection, Riviera Club.

Ones to Watch: Noah Waxman

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New York-based Noah Waxman’s footwear uses novel materials, striking color combinations and unconventional textures, but always remains rooted in tradition.