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August 28 2014

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Katharine K. Zarrella

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

EXCLUSIVE: Scott Sternberg Spills About Canceling His Spring ’15 Show

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It’s no secret that fashion week is jam-packed, and the conundrum of New York’s hectic, often overlapping schedule has been at the center of industry conversations. Brands have begun to switch it up—Oscar de la Renta last season cut his invite list in half; Rag & Bone hosted a photography presentation in lieu of a […]

Claire Goldsmith Keeps It in the Family

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“A good pair of sunglasses will make you look hot no matter what,” said Claire Goldsmith—and she should know. The London-based designer is the great-granddaughter of Oliver Goldsmith, who became London’s leading creator of high-fashion frames when he launched his label in 1926. The still-family-owned-and-run brand was favored by Audrey Hepburn (remember those black stunners […]

Editor Obsessions: Vintage Alaïa Black Hooded Zipper Dress

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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. My Alaïa obsession is second only to my Comme des Garçons addiction, so when I received an e-mail today that Resurrection Vintage got in a black Alaïa zipper dress from 1986 (a favorite of Grace Jones’), my heart […]

Innocence Found: 1 Granary Debuts Its Impressive Second Issue

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“Real life is very different than being a student,” offered Sara McAlpine, an undergraduate at London’s Central Saint Martins and the editor of the college’s magazine, 1 Granary. “You hit roadblocks—you have to worry about financing and about people with whom you want to collaborate with saying no,” she continued. The second issue of 1 […]

A Bustle Is Forever—Especially When It’s Made by Yohji Yamamoto

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At this point, Gill Linton’s Byronesque has established itself as one of—if not the—premier online vintage-shopping destinations. When I last visited Linton, it was in a room filled with early Alexander McQueen, Comme des Garçons, Alaïa, Issey Miyake, and beyond. (Due to my vintage addiction, it was less full when I left, but that’s beside […]