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Photos of the runway show or presentation for Sportmax Spring 2011 RTW Shows in Milan.
  • 76 months ago Nymag »

    Photos of the runway show or presentation for Rodarte Spring 2011 RTW Shows in New York.

  • 105 months ago Nymag »

    First Look at H&M's Marimekko Collection Here’s a very early look at what to expect from H&M's tribute to Marimekko, which hits stores April 10. A brief summary: colors, colors, and more colors. Since it’s not a designer collaboration like Karl Lagerfeld or Roberto Cavalli, the price point is lower than you might expect. A one-piece swimsuit is $34.90, an apron dress is $49.90. The 50 piece collection also includes menswear: Bermuda shorts are $39.90, short-sleeved shirts are $29.90. On the whole, the collection packs enough vivid patterns and punchy colors to make dressing for even the stickiest New York afternoon feel a little more like preparing for a tropical vacation. Check out the rest of the women's collection after the jump.

  • 106 months ago Nymag »

    Bandage Tank and Skirt by Herve Leger

  • 108 months ago Nymag »

    Rami From ‘Project Runway’ to Sell at Intermix Project Runway winner Christian Siriano might have America swooning over his whole "fierce" thing, but Rami Kashou's doing just fine since his line will be sold at Intermix this spring. He tells Jewcy: I just shipped out the Spring/Summer 2008 collection, which you can find in NY at the store Intermix. I’ll also be selling a design on the Home Shopping Network. And in mid-March, I’m flying back to the East Coast to attend an event for Seeds of Peace, which aims to improve relations and encourage peace in the Middle East. Wow. Now remember how our very own Fug Girls said he should win because he's the most marketable? Yeah, the proof is Intermix's coveted pudding. Check out his Spring/Summer '08 collection on his website, or just hit the meatpacking district when the weather gets warm, because Rami's is the kind of stuff that drips off the party girls. Which we can fully get behind, so long as they don't touch their toes when they dance.