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August 29 2014

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Brittany Adams

Style.com Associate Fashion Editor Brittany Adams covers current trends and keeps tabs on all things model-related. Before starting her career at W, she interned at Women's Wear Daily and graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism and politics.

Honor Roll

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Since debuting Honor about two years ago, designer Giovanna Randall has cultivated her feminine label as meticulously as an orchid. Case in point: In an unusual business move, Randall opened up a standalone boutique in the Meatpacking District (after just two seasons under her belt), where her designs have sold exclusively until now. By keeping […]

Pulling A Kramer

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Alex Kramer was a staple in the society pages during the mid-aughts, swanning around charity galas in beautiful gowns. But these days you’re likelier to find Kramer scrutinizing fabrics in a makeshift home atelier, working on her new eponymous clothing line, which touches down exclusively on the sixth floor of Barneys today. Her debut Spring […]

Coming From Behind

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Last week in Paris, as is typically the case, the season’s trends came into focus and the top newcomers broke away from the pack. Front-runners Nadja Bender and Marie Piovesan finished out the marathon month with about 50 shows apiece, while Vanessa Axente (pictured) and Elza Luijendijk, who both debuted as Prada exclusives, made their […]

Paris Fashion Week Model Photo Diary: Lara Mullen

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It’s been a whirlwind year for Brit model Lara Mullen, who had never walked in a pair of heels before she was discovered by Premier model agency at a music festival in her hometown of Northampton just weeks before her smashing debut at the Spring shows back in September. Flash-forward a few months, and now […]

Martha Medeiros Brings Her Brazilian Couture Stateside

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There’s machine-made lace and then there’s Martha Medeiros’ couture kind of lace, which is handcrafted by 250 villagers living along the Sao Francisco river in northwest Brazil. These artisanal families have passed down the ancient Renaissance technique of lace-making from generation to generation, and Medeiros has been sourcing the rare stuff (a bolt of the […]