Articles in Fashion

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Santiago Gonzalez appreciates functional and fashionable luggage. Indeed, traveling weekly between...
A tiny, 12-megapixel camera and a microphone sit between the lenses of the $400 Liquid Image Summit...
When Amber Doyle and Jake Mueser opened their signature boutique, Doyle Mueser, earlier this year...
The Velvet Collection is Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana’s first fragrance collection,...
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For most of his career, Simon Spurr has been the name behind some very big names. In 1997 he began...
The GIFT An unprecedented opportunity to select cloth from the 165-year archives of the Lanificio...
Oxygen has been thought to be a benefit to good health ever since Jules Verne envisioned the...
In the house where Vincenzo Ulturale grew up in Naples, Italy, his parents converted the family...
For the first time, Italian designer Giorgio Armani is integrating precious metals and exotic...
Known for its stylish jewelry and watches, Bulgari is using its gold and gemstones in a new...
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Photography by David Roemer. Styling by Christopher Campbell. Formal attire once meant strictly...
Renowned London-based shirt-maker Thomas Pink has added a collection of suits to its offerings this...
French luxury-goods house Hermès is having fun with some of its discarded and excess materials from...
During the height of the French Revolution, Queen Marie Antoinette gave her most precious perfume...
London-based boot maker John Lobb opened the Mark Shine, a new shoe-shine service on the ground...
In honor of the 10th anniversary of his Robert Graham clothing label, American designer Robert...
Since the dawn of the Internet, the only thing that has distinguished the luxury online shopping...
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One of the most prominent brands in women’s shoes, Jimmy Choo now offers the Jimmy Choo Men’s...
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Michael Ault is the son of a Van Cleef and the stepson of Dean Witter. As such, the 48-year-old...
While visiting Paris in 1851, a Swiss ribbon salesman named Carl Franz Bally picked up a dozen...

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