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Katharine K. Zarrella

Katharine K. Zarrella is the associate news editor at Style.com.

Are Italian Up-and-Comers the Answer to Milan’s Sleepy Fashion Week?

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Last June, the Camera Nazionale della Mode Italiana held a very serious press conference to address the very serious issue of Milan’s waning fashion week. Gildo Zegna told a room of journalists that he had heard MFW described as “boring.” That’s somewhat unsurprising, given the city’s lack of new energy and fresh perspective. The heavy […]

Drones Are the New Party Photographers

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Let’s take a step back from discussing Google Glass for a moment and point our lens toward drone cameras. Yes, drone cameras. According to the New York Times, having a mini, camera-equipped aircraft is the hot new trend in wedding photography. Apparently, one was used to record the vows at Sean Patrick Maloney (a New […]

Gareth Pugh Is Headed to New York, Hopes to Shake Up the Runway

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London-based designer Gareth Pugh, who has shown his collections in Paris for the last six years, is heading to NYFW. The Central Saint Martins alum will, on September 4, hold an off-schedule spectacular, which he has described as an “immersive live performance.” While another show is honestly the last thing we need on the New […]

Editor Obsessions: Alexander McQueen’s Skull Handle Walking Cane

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Every day, Style.com’s editors reveal their current obsessions—and where to buy them. Check out today’s pick, below. Sometimes, walking is difficult. Particularly if you, like me, favor towering spikes over sensible footwear. Clearly, Alexander McQueen understands this, which is why the brand offers my latest obsession: a skull-capped walking cane. In black and silver, this […]

Heather Huey’s Hats Get Dark and Decadent

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Entering milliner Heather Huey’s apartment, a fourth-floor walk-up in a heavily graffitied building in Bushwick, is a surreal shock. With rustic dark wood furniture, raw brick walls, and sewing supplies strewn across the center table, her home-cum-studio resembles something from another era. The walls are covered with the designer’s architectural “cage” garments, as well as […]