Emporio reinvents classics, Dolce&Gabbana court millennials

MILAN (AP) — If turmoil brings innovation and renovation, Italian menswear is in for a creative burst.

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MILAN (AP) — If turmoil brings innovation and renovation, Italian menswear is in for a creative burst.

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Fun, brooding and sea-inspired styles hit Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (AP) — Christina Hendricks, Diane Kruger and singer Charli XCX led the front rows at the half-way point of Paris Fashion Week on Saturday.

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Target kicks off Fashion Week with sing-along event

NEW YORK (AP) — Target kicked off New York Fashion Week with a sing-along event Tuesday night at a custom-built piano lounge the cheap chic retailer created, attracting such celebrities as Christie Brinkley, Kendall Jenner and Queen Latifah.

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Olympics-Fencers cross over to the catwalk

A day after star model Gisele Bundchen sashayed down the middle of the opening Olympic ceremony to rapturous applause, the crowd was going crazy for another graceful, long-haired Brazilian model strutting her stuff on the fencing piste. Nathalie Moellhausen, whose sixth-place finish on Saturday was the best ever for a Brazilian woman, has walked for Italian dressmaker Alberta Ferretti and won team gold at the 2009 world championship. “Everything I do in fashion is related to fencing,” said Italian-born Moellhausen, wearing gold earrings of her own design in the shape of swords.

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Dolce&Gabbana jazz things up with fashion cacophony

MILAN (AP) — Nothing stays the same in fashion, but this is over the top.

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Alba, Pike bring star power to Christian Dior’s Paris show

PARIS (AP) — Colorful, big hitting shows ensured Paris Fashion Week got into its groove Friday, as celebrity guests including Rosamund Pike and Jessica Alba hit Dior's mirrored fall-winter Louvre spectacle. Here are Friday's ready-to-wear highlights including reports from Dior, Issey Miyake and Isabel Marant.

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Paris Fashion Week: Rahul Mishra – ‘the philosophy of slow fashion is the soul of our brand’

With Paris Fashion Week running March 1-9, we caught up with Indian fashion designer Rahul Mishra whose Fall-Winter 2016 collection will be unveiled on Saturday, March 5 at 6:00 PM local time. The predominant blue that comes from porcelain's heritage also symbolizes the spirit of Paris, the city of love, which emerged with strong resilience and indomitable spirit. Telling tales of Indian textiles, narrating the intricacies of centuries-old craft, and the deep ocean of wealth in handcrafts of India, the journey this season brings on board diverse influences and the timeless tradition of intricately tying and dyeing fabric (Bandhini), further using patterns and designs from porcelain.

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New York Fashion Week: Siriano goes for knits

NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press is all over New York Fashion Week, from the runway designs to the celebrity-filled front rows. Here are some recent highlights:

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Dior creates millionaire skateboarders’ perfect wardrobe

When Kris Van Assche was designing the new Dior menswear collection, he had a very specific person in mind, he told AFP Saturday as it debuted on the Paris catwalk. “I have never found that black was about darkness.

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