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April 20 2014

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3 posts tagged "Marc by Marc"

Hunt It Down: Edith A. Miller Camo

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We spotted a bounty of camo-print varieties during Resort and at the menswear shows. In case you don’t want to wait until those covetable Marc by Marc and Givenchy Resort items hit stores in November, the team at Edith A. Miller has a stopgap right now. Edith A. Miller’s Jennifer Murray and Nancy Gibson pulled archival camo print from the label’s century-old mill and created six fresh takes on it (some items have the brand’s signature stripe in the mix, too). The fatigue-inspired styles ($62-$82) are in stores like New York’s Maryam Nassir Zadeh and Bird in Brooklyn now.

Photo: Ryan Murray

Vera On DWTS, Coco Kind Of At Vogue, And More…

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A rumor that made the rounds yesterday is still unsubstantiated but too good to be ignored: Vera Wang is heading to Dancing With the Stars. Does this mean we’ll have to watch? [Yahoo News]

Meanwhile, the Coco Rocha rumor—the one that had her interning at Vogue this summer—has been reduced to yawn level. She’ll just be “popping in and out” when time permits. [WWD]

Natalia Vodianova is the latest celeb to design a line for Lutz & Patmos. Sofia Coppola, Jane Birkin, and Kirsten Dunst have all knit and purled for the cashmere label, so she’s in good company. [WWD]

Would you shop at a Goodwill store? Apparently they’re untapped goldmines for Marc by Marc on the cheap. [NYT]

Photo: Lynn Goldsmith / Corbis

Blasblog From Moscow: Meet The City’s Other Chic Entrepreneur

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It’s no secret that I’m a major fan of Dasha Zhukova, the Moscow-born, California-raised beauty who has founded a museum, launched a fashion label, and was recently named the new editor of Pop—all before the age of 28. Here in Moscow, I’ve met another Russian stunner who’s a master at multitasking (and, like Zhukova, has a closet full of Balmain). Meet Aizel Trudel. The daughter of a Russian diplomat, Trudel grew up all over the world and developed an obsession with fashion that she’s put to good use: She now operates a collection of stores in Moscow, including two Louboutin shops, two Diane von Furstenberg stores, the Marc Jacobs boutique and another for Marc by Marc, a J. Mendel location, and five Aizel stores of her own, which were the first to stock the likes of Proenza Schouler and Balmain in Russia. And it looks like that’s just the beginning.
How did you get into the fashion business?

I was the head of PR and advertising for a company here in Moscow that worked with Donna Karan, Christian Lacroix, Thierry Mugler, and a slew of other brands, but when I turned 25 I wanted a change. A few years ago my friend Santiago Gonzalez and I went to a party at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York, and as I was going down the escalator I saw Christian Louboutin with Diane von Furstenberg going up the other way. I realized that was my chance to meet him, so I ran up the escalator to catch him and started shouting “Christian!” That was the start of our great friendship and business relationship. It was a fruitful meeting because it introduced me to DVF as well.
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