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Nicole Phelps

As the Executive Editor of Style.com, Nicole Phelps reports on fashion shows in New York, Milan, and Paris. Before joining the company in 2004, she served as Fashion News Editor of Elle magazine. In that position, she traveled on assignment to Japan, Brazil, Australia, and Kuwait. Prior to Elle, Phelps began her career at W and Women's Wear Daily. Phelps is a graduate of Wesleyan University.

A Sneak Peek at AnOther Magazine

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I always look forward to the latest issue of AnOther Magazine–half a year is such a long time to wait. The fall/winter book, which features, among other things, a Craig McDean portfolio of cover girl Scarlett Johansson alongside a short story by A.M. Homes and a Veruschka interview by Style.com’s Tim Blanks, hits U.S. newsstands […]

One More Reason To Buy An IPhone

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Style.com’s new application, which allows users to watch runway shows on their iPhones, is now available for download on iTunes. We think this will revolutionize the way front-row types while away the minutes—hours?—waiting for the Marc Jacobs show to start, but don’t take our word for it. Watch this preview.

Rei Kawakubo Puts Her Stamp on Louis Vuitton

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And you thought Comme des Garcons’ collaboration with H&M was exciting…. Yesterday WWD reported that on September 4, Louis Vuitton will open the doors of a temporary concept shop—the French call it “an ephemeral store”—in Tokyo selling six bags designed by Rei Kawakubo. Yves Carcelle, Louis Vuitton’s president and chief executive officer, explained its genesis […]

a book of one’s own

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The coolest invite to come across our desk so far this season? Hands down, it’s a battered copy of Virginia Woolf’s masterpiece “A Room of One’s Own,” all wrapped up in a silk scarf bow courtesy of New York fashion week newcomer Abigail Lorick. We look forward to cracking it open in, oh, about five […]

Where in the World Is The Sartorialist?

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In between shooting the men’s shows for men.style.com (our brother site), posing for a Gap ad, and capturing the street scene everywhere from Los Angeles to London, Scott Schuman collaborated with Gant, the nearly-60-year-old sportswear label that invented the “locker loop” on the back of its shirts and that has been raising its profile of […]