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At a time when the United Nations is meeting in New York, discord between nations has rarely appeared so high. Christelle Kocher has other ideas.
Her spring collection was an ode to unity, under the guise of a celebration of women worldwide. That could be a soignée Parisienne, strutting down Avenue Montaigne in a fuchsia blazer, or a young girl in Indonesia going out with friends in a sequined top and matching headscarf, paired with pleated track pants.
“It’s an homage to diversity, a rallying call in which fashion can be a good vector of unification,” Kocher said backstage after the show, held at the French Communist Party headquarters in Paris, a saucer-shaped building designed by Oscar Niemeyer in the Sixties.
Kocher has always connected with a more nuanced vision of Paris than most people who live here experience — the result of shuttling between her job as artistic director of Maison Lemarié, part of Chanel’s stable of specialty ateliers, and her own studio in the multiethnic neighborhood of Belleville in the northeast of Paris.
This season, she broadened that vision to places she has visited, and those she dreams of discovering. A black bodysuit was embroidered with silver sequins in geometric motifs inspired

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Christian Siriano Bridal Spring 2017

For his first full-fledged bridal collection, retailing exclusively at Kleinfeld, Christian Siriano looked to France, drawing inspiration from its vintage interiors, Art Nouveau tapestries and the work of Impressionist painters Claude Monet and Edgar Degas. He parlayed his references into a romantic lineup full of classic princess gowns and other, more playful silhouettes — the latter including a cropped-top and skirt set; a sexy, sequined jumpsuit; a ruffled tuxedo and a flirty, feathered minidress. Siriano’s strapless sweetheart gown with a tiered, pleated silk chiffon skirt felt effortlessly feminine, and his pink ombre ballgown — the collection’s showstopping finale look — was bound to fulfill some future bride’s ultimate wedding fantasy.

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Anna Maier Couture Bridal Spring 2017

Charles W. Bunstine II played with dimensions this season, creating a collection filled with beautiful draping and controlled volume. Working with only the most exquisite fabrics, such as French lace and Italian duchess satin, taffeta and jacquard, the designer created a variety of gowns to complement many different types of women, but each dress was consistent with the elegance and sophistication that’s built into the brand’s DNA. Looks ranged from an architectural seamed and draped fluted gown — the last word in minimalistic chic — to a glamorous fitted gown of Chantilly French lace over tulle and crystal paillettes.

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Temperley Bridal Spring 2017

Alice Temperley channeled Fifties evening wear and the last gasp of Old Hollywood glamour in her latest bridal lineup, which featured 10 new styles. Her dresses, all fluid in form, conveyed a feeling of soft romance with ruffled cap sleeves and skirts in tiered layered chiffon and sheer tulle. The winning style, a high-neck, fit-and-flare gown with lattice beadwork and embroidery, came with a floor-length, sheer chiffon cape — to ensure ample drama during that walk down the aisle.

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Austin Scarlett Bridal Spring 2017

Gowns minimal in glamour but strong in silhouette have become Austin Scarlett’s signature, and for spring he kept his collection paired down, showing only five looks. Inspired by a night out at Carnegie Hall, each gown had a musical name. Key looks included the “Allegra,” an off-the-shoulder trumpet gown with grosgrain ribbon detailing, as well as the “Serenade,” a dramatic, dropped tulle strapless ballgown with 3-D floral appliqués. And for the minimalist bride, he created the strapless silk “Sonata”: a tailored A-line look that had clean lines and a modern touch.

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Kelly Faetanini Bridal Spring 2017

For her spring bridal collection, Kelly Faetanini evoked the Victorian era via gold embroidery, scalloped lace and sweeping princess silhouettes. The culmination came with her finale look: Featuring a 14-carat gold hand-painted goose-feather bodice and an ostrich feather ball skirt, it certainly captured Gilded Age glamour. In contrast, her fit-and-flare “Antoinette” gown, a sleek off-the-shoulder style with a sheer illusion bodice and seamed skirt, stood out for its simple elegance.

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Vera Wang Bridal Spring 2017

Vera Wang’s recent bridal collections have been anything but conventional and for spring 2017 she eschewed tradition once again. Today, Wang debuted her spring 2017 bridal collection with a short film that premiered on her Web site, “Désir à l’Anglaise,” directed by Gordon von Steiner. Wang’s notes on the collection included the following teasers: “Courtly Love, Modern Grandeur, Sheer Seduction, Secret Rendezvous, Silent Signals, Day for Night, Gardens of Regal Delights.”

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The 3 Changes You Need to Make for Great Spring Skin

For Allure, by Lauren Hubbard.

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If you’re a dedicated Allure reader, it won’t come as a shock that you need to switch up your skin-care products with the seasons: lighter, more sheer for summer; pile on the moisture in winter. But what about the in-between seasons, like now-upon-us spring, when the temperature and humidity start to rise but you’re still pulling on a jacket instead of sweating literally everywhere? Here are the changes to make to stave off the great weather-changing skin freakout.

Lighten up. The low humidity levels and bracing winds of winter call for a heavy-duty moisturizer, even for oilier skin types. But as warmer weather rolls in with those famous April showers, December-appropriate lotions start to feel pore-smothering. Try switching to a lighter gel-cream formula, like Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel or Philosophy Take a Deep Breath Oil-Free Energizing Oxygen Gel Cream Moisturizer. The magic combo of lightweight hyaluronic acid and occlusive glycerin pulls in water from the air and locks it into skin so you stay hydrated without feeling like you’re wearing a blanket on your face.

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Scrub down. The sudden influx of moisture out in the world can also mean a sudden excess of moisture on your skin, which can in turn lead to totally unspringy dullness and clogged pores. While you have to be careful with overexfoliating delicate winter skin, spring is the perfect time to step up your regimen slightly. Since you’re not in full-on summer mode yet, try an exfoliator that uses salicylic acid, like Paula’s Choice 2% BHA Liquid, instead of a harsh scrub. “Salicylic acid is excellent at removing pore-clogging oil, and it doesn’t traumatize the skin like a physical exfoliant,” says Joshua Zeichner, a dermatologist in New York City.

Do some spring cleaning. As with your moisturizer, you need to tone it down when it comes to your daily cleanser. If you’ve been favoring a skin-coddling cleansing balm or cream cleanser for the harsh winter months, swapping it out for a foaming gel will help clear away any excess oil from the naturally shine-prone T-zone. We like Eau Thermale Avene Cleanance Gel Cleanser, which cleans thoroughly without stripping skin and also has oil-controlling monolaurin to help your skin stay balanced.

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Yoshikimono RTW Spring 2016

Tokyo Fashion Week decided to wrap up the spring 2016 action with something a bit unusual: a runway show featuring kimonos designed by a rock star. Fans — many of them screaming his name — packed the audience to see Yoshiki, a member of the heavy metal band X Japan.
 
At the height of his music career in the Nineties, Yoshiki was known for his elaborate stage costumes and makeup. His current look is somewhat more toned down, but his love for theatrics was still apparent in his runway show. After emerging wearing an open kimono over black leather pants and a mesh top, Yoshiki revealed his face from behind a mask and then walked over to a clear acrylic grand piano to perform. Other musicians on stringed instruments and a traditional Japanese taiko drum rounded out his ensemble.
 
For the most part, the kimonos themselves were fairly standard, decorated with floral or butterfly motifs. There were also some less conventional ones with geometric prints or leopard print trim. Unlike the thicker silk of traditional garments, Yoshikimono’s were made from a fine, slightly sheer fabric.
 
But where the kimonos most diverged from tradition was in their sultry styling. Worn off the shoulder and

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Ace Creation RTW Spring 2016

Ace Creation may be a new brand, but its designers are hardly inexperienced. Chief designer Naoshi Sawayanagi previously had an eponymous line, which he showed during Tokyo Fashion Week between 2009 and 2012, and creative director Taisuke Kohji is a past recipient of a Japan Fashion Week new designer award.
 
Sawayanagi and Kohji’s inaugural collection together consisted of simple, almost basic shapes that were elevated by high-tech materials, rich textures and unique production methods. And as if to reinforce the concept, the models were preceded by Pepper — a robot made by Japan’s SoftBank — who gave a spoken welcome to guests.
 
The designers endeavored to combine craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology. Accessories, for example, were made with a 3-D printer and traditional Japanese indigo dye. They also borrowed elements from outdoor wear, such as welded seams and rubber guarded zippers on blazers and jackets, rendering them waterproof. A few knit dresses with what looked like chiffon overlays moved beautifully on the models, but turned out to be even more impressive as they were made as one continuous piece.
 
Pencil skirts, jackets, lace-front trousers and an open-sleeve dress — in a mix of navy or red, white jacquards or fine brocades — put the

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Talbots RTW Spring 2016

Talbots was in a sunny, optimistic mood for spring. The brand infused its classic American sportswear silhouettes — tailored trousers and blazers; crisp shirting; flouncy, A-line skirts; fit-and-flare shirtdresses — with an artful clash of whimsically feminine and vintage-inspired prints, including florals, polka dots, paisleys and fruit.
 
The idea of “soft dressing” came into play with a pair of languid, wide-legged silk trousers that fused comfort and sophistication. A preppy nautical theme, seen in seersucker separates and throughout in a red, blue and white palette, riffed on the brand’s New England heritage.
 

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Rodarte Teams Up With Other Stories For a Spring 2016 Collaboration

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A look from Rodarte’s spring 2016 show.

Fans of Rodarte’s edgy-meets-artsy clothes (we’re talking to you, Natalie Portman, Amanda Seyfried), here’s a bit of good news. The 10-year-old fashion favorite has partnered with retailer & Other Stories for an affordable fashion collaboration to hit stores in the spring. The collection will include apparel, accessories and shoes. And while we haven’t seen the entire looks from the line yet, designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy gave us a hint—and it’s enough to make us want more. We’ll keep you posted on details as they come in!

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Leonard RTW Spring 2016

Yiqing Yin is moving Leonard ever further away from its roots as a purveyor of ladylike silk prints with a strong Asian influence.
 
For her spring collection for the French label, she created patterns in a kaleidoscope of primary colors that were inspired by Pop Art and graffiti. They included a multicolored ballpoint pen scrawl, hand-painted checks and collages incorporating newspaper print and cartoons. A cocktail dress with a fan-pleated bustier top, for example, looked as if it had been made from the torn pages of a magazine. Like most of the outfits, it was worn with sneakers to convey a nonchalant attitude.
 
“It’s like color therapy — colors that generate a strong emotion with a lot of innocence and purity,” said Yin, dressed in black from head to toe. “It’s a shriek of delight to get out of winter and monotony.”
 
Yin’s deft hand with pleating was still apparent in this collection, in particular on a red eelskin bustier dress, yet the lineup lacked the sophisticated textural interplays that have become a hallmark of her tenure. If one thing has been made clear in recent years, it’s that Leonard cannot live on prints alone.

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Undercover RTW Spring 2016

Why can’t a woman look more like a clown — or a young Mick Jagger? Jun Takahashi set about that task in an eccentric, often messy Undercover spring collection with a tough, survivalist undercurrent.
 
Checkered stovepipe trousers and gleaming, buckled winklepicker boots opened the show, the rest of the suit chopped into components: the sleeves and jacket fronts strapped to the body with colorful ribbons. This deconstruction continued as bits of military jacket, trenchcoats and English tailoring mingled with ruffled collars and fantasy backpacks, one shaped like a castle. Backpacks were also merged into bad-ass nylon bomber jackets and camouflage-patterned trenchcoats.
 
The show became more feminine, and confounding, as Takahashi also added colorful tulle skirts, flowing silk tunics and a vintage playing-card print. Taking in the spectacle from the fourth row behind big, black sunglasses was Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons.

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Milan Spring 2016 Trend: Colorful Stripes

From swirly and bold to irregular and unconventional, stripes in compelling color combinations and linear patterns infused the Milan collections with visual vibrancy. The look was pronounced in collections by Missoni, Prada and Marco de Vincenzo, and provided a lively graphic pop at Salvatore Ferragamo.

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Léa Peckre RTW Spring 2016

Léa Peckre said her spring collection was inspired by the landscapes of David Lynch’s sci-fi movie “Dune.” Avoiding a literal approach, she translated those sparse yet sensual panoramas into graphic panels of silk and denim, which were floated on chiffon pleated skirts to form cracked geometric motifs. Throughout, Peckre toyed with contrasting fabric weights — featherlight chiffon versus crisp wool — to carefully controlled effect.
 
“I like to work with the contradiction of something really elegant but at the same time comfortable,” the designer said backstage, singling out a broad-shouldered Japanese denim jacket structured with built-in belts. Another jacket, spliced in half and hung off a single shoulder, was layered over a sheer black T-shirt and tailored pants. Elsewhere in the lineup, standouts included a Touareg blue pleated dress incorporating subtle horizontal bands of silk — a perfect blend of sophistication and ease.
 
Was it the halo effect of winning ANDAM’s First Collection prize in July? No matter, Peckre offered a much more consistent vision than last season.
 
 

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Aquilano.Rimondi RTW Spring 2016

Minimalism and Andy Warhol. How many designers per season call on those two for reference? They are far from original, and yet when handled properly they can yield highly creative results. On the other hand, they can offer designers an easy way out.
 
For the most part, Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi’s spring collection, anchored in minimalism with a touch of the Warholian, featured little in terms of real design, as they preferred to focus on “purity of form,” according to show notes.
 
The simplicity was expressed in classic, stark white men’s shirts, cut long and tweaked with details such as a reverse collar, sequined sleeves or drawstrings that created a ruched effect. The shirts alone were nice, crisp and absolutely wearable with a bit of a novelty. Still, they weren’t novel or conceptual enough to hang an entire collection on, nor were the layered styling effects: white sequined miniskirts so short the shirttails stuck out, sheer tanks and slips with a ruffled hem. Similar ideas appeared in slick black and pixelated-floral prints meant to evoke The Factory.
 
What was new were the Aquilano.Rimondi bags presented on the runway for the first time: BAG-A.R., as they call it, featured cross-body styles in cream, bright

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Get a Look at All The Crazy Bags and Accessories from the Moschino Spring 2016 Show

We’re at that mid-point of fashion month, where we’ve seen the stunning (Givenchy), the cerebral (Gucci), and the sexy (Fausto Puglisi), but what we all really need right now is a nice, long, giggle. Enter the comic relief, Jeremy Scott. Never one to take himself too seriously in the oh-so-serious work of high fashion, the designer presented his Moschino collection on Thursday in Milan in a makeshift carwash. No, that’s not a typo. Let the giggles ensue.

With the theme of carwashes and construction—think, hard hats, caution tape, and street signs—the hotly-anticipated collection ran the gamut from construction worker-inspired neon skirt suits, to colored car wash chamois-inspired fringes. Call it…Home Depot chic?

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Scott, covered in suds, when taking his post-show bow.

But the accessories, those are always a trip. Here are the most outlandish ones and—we’ve got to say it—they make us smile. Now, isn’t that what fashion is supposed to do? Tell us what you think of these!

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Construction cone cloche, anyone?

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This peplum is quite possibly the chicest tool belt we ever did see. Shall we begin shopping at the Home Depot?

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And to match: a metallic tote, complete with a set of tools for your every Ms. Fix-It need.

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Thought: Taking your road test would have been way easier if there were clutches involved.

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And if ladylike shapes are not what you were looking for, there were backpacks abound, like this caution-tape style.

Can’t wait to get your hands on this playful collection? Select pieces are already available on moschino.com!

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They Are Wearing: Milan Fashion Week Spring 2016

WWD went off the runways and onto the streets and sidewalks for the best looks from Milan Fashion Week.

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No. 21 RTW Spring 2016

Alessandro Dell’Acqua is definitely pushing No. 21 to the next level. Established in the upper-contemporary niche, the label is now moving to the luxury arena; prices might remain competitive, but both style and quality have been elevated to major-league standards.
Continuing on the path he started with last fall’s collection, Dell’Acqua focused more on experimentation, delivering a spring lineup that was less commercial, more mature and more creative than his past efforts. Inspired by the photographic styles of Corinne Day and Tina Modotti, he combined the former’s Nineties roughness with the softer, more feminine approach of the latter. This translated into a collection with fragile and delicate constantly juxtaposed against masculine and taut.
Lightweight, silk-frilled slipdresses and fluid chiffon frocks printed with a subdued cigarette pattern were worn over white cotton tank tops — an attitude that immediately called to mind the Helmut Lang era. A workwear-inspired jumpsuit was crafted from lace, while a ribbed sweater decorated with pleated silk flowers was cut in a slouchy, oversize shape.
Dell’Acqua also introduced a subtle Latin American-inspired theme, with pom-poms and flounces decorating a range of pieces, such as a sensual asymmetric pencil skirt and eccentric flat sandals. Everything was infused with a rebellious feel,

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MM6 Maison Margiela RTW Spring 2016

An army of eclectic-looking models stomped out into an East London warehouse space to showcase the MM6 Maison Margiela collection, which highlighted clothes that looked as if they’d been culled from a futuristic thrift store.
 
One model wore a smocked camisole dress seemingly crafted from plastic bag material, while another wore an oversized sweater adorned with an airbrushed mystical horse motif, offset with a spangly sequined scarf wound over her waist and shoulders. According to the label’s show notes, the collection took its cues from “London and the creative community surrounding MM6,” and it certainly had an artsy, thrown-together feel.
 
But what the diffusion line wasn’t so heavy on was real-world clothes – aside from the odd pair of drapey pants or denim vest – for those customers not balancing on the creative cutting edge.

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Calvin Klein RTW Spring 2016

The morning after. Francisco Costa titled his spring Calvin Klein Collection to conjure the intimate daze of undone sensuality captured in moments of deconstructed purity and grunge glamour.

The show was beautiful with a caveat: One of Costa’s main propositions was the oversize slipdress, loosely constructed to fall from the body with exaggerated soft cups. Phoebe Philo put a similar idea on her unforgettable fall runway for Céline last season. While Costa’s versions were different, more clinical and edgy with their poetically crude apron constructions and flap details, the connection was ready and waiting to be made. Costa has rights to the slipdress, a constant in his own oeuvre and an item native to the house he helms, but at the very least he should’ve put a few more seasons between his and Philo’s artfully deflated cups.

Moving on. The collection was divided between slick modernizations of two Nineties megatrends — neo grunge and stark street minimalism — that are particularly relevant now amid the current Nineties renaissance. Fluid slips, camisoles, wide trousers and trenches came in shades of stark white and porcelain with deliberately large yet gentle proportions. To decorate, Costa slashed, traced seams in rough-hewn stitching, and left garments trailing

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Marc Jacobs Switches to Ziegfeld Theatre for Spring Show

MARC’S FOLLIES: Liza premiered “Cabaret” there. Woody Allen chose it to open “Manhattan.” And now the historic Ziegfeld Theatre on West 54th Street will host Marc Jacobs’ spring show.
The designer has chosen the movie house — the last single-screen theater in Manhattan and the site of dozens of premieres and screenings from 1969 to the present — to show his spring collection. It will be the first time since 2004 Jacobs has shown outside of either the Park or the Lexington Avenue armories.
Though a spokesman for the brand was tight-lipped on details — “He’s incredibly protective about elements of the show,” the spokesman said, referring to Jacobs — this one looks to be something of a production. One clue might be in the hashtag for social media: #marcjacobspremiere.
In fact, to allow guests time to absorb all the elements of the setup, doors will open earlier than usual, at 5:15 p.m. and the show will begin at 6 p.m. on the dot.

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The Best Beauty Street Style From NYFW Spring 2016

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Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2016 Gives Us a Supermodel Pool Party With Gigi and Bella Hadid

Just in case anyone’s ever wondered what a pool-full of gorgeous supermodels would look like, Tommy Hilfiger‘s answered that question. The designer wrapped up his spring 2016 show with a little dip, letting models like Gigi and Bella Hadid splash in a cabana-rimmed pool filled with actual water.

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Check out the blond and brunette in the center above because it was definitely a sister affair. Gigi and Bella both walked the runway (don’t forget that both sisters are still pretty new to the game, even though they’ve both quickly racked up a lot of major moments). During the pool romp the girls had a cute moment where they held hands and shared a little kiss.

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Suki Waterhouse and her little sis Immy (an up-and-coming model) were both sitting front-row in classic Tommy Hilfiger gear that threw it back pretty hard to the ’90s. Also sitting in prime runway-watching positions? Joe Jonas, Behati Prinsloo, and Princess Beatrice. Jonas, rumored boyfriend of Gigi, seemed to be really proud of his bombshell pal, telling the New York Daily News “she was amazing [and] looked beautiful.”

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The latest social model to segue into true-blue fashion had her moment here. Check out Hailey Baldwin, who can now count Tommy as her first major runway, strutting it below in one of our exclusive fashion week gifs.

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Other bombshells who walked the catwalk? Miley Cyrus’ rumored girlfriend Stella Maxwell (seen below) and newly minted Victoria’s Secret Angel Taylor Hill.

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Thom Browne RTW Spring 2016

To sir, with braids — and a housing snafu à la “The Wizard of Oz.” Browne offered a lesson in exquisite tailoring and eerie schoolgirl attitude.

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Karigam RTW Spring 2016

Newcomer Karina Gamez is living the dream. After a journey that began seven years ago, when she immigrated to the U.S. from Venezuela, and a proclamation a year ago that she would show at New York Fashion Week, Gamez staged her first collection for spring on Friday. With Jamie Chung in the front row, models Hilary Rhoda and Jessica Stam walking the runway, and a slickly produced, promoted and sponsored show, she aimed to make a splash.
None of that matters unless the clothes can stand up to the hype — and this proved to be somewhat of a challenge. Aiming to dress a “modern minimalist, sophisticated woman who is confident to wear a mix of fabrics,” she presented a lineup that hinted at early Helmut Lang, at both its best and its worst. Asymmetry prevailed on shirt and jacket hems and extended panels of fabric hung from sides of skirts.
The freshest look was a navy one-shoulder dress with a white panel, while a white knit sweater with chiffon insets worn with white pants featuring a contrasting fabric waistband felt retail ready. But when Gamez got heavy handed with fabric mixing or zipper embellishments — on moto-inspired leather funnel-neck dresses and

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The Colors You’ll Be Wearing Next Spring: Rose Quartz, Buttercup, and More

Sometimes the world of fashion has a bit of a crystal ball element to it—hello, we’re all talking about spring 2016 now, before we’ve even started this fall! The color pros at Pantone traditionally reside as the seers who are providing our futuristic peek, releasing reports on what colors we’ll be seeing a lot of in the future. They just wrapped up their research and have issued the official word on what’s going to be hot for spring 2016.

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All colors are not created equally either. Rose Quartz is the number one shade, with 22.55% of designers using it in their spring ’16 collections. Peach Echo, Serenity, Snorkel Blue, and Buttercup round out the rest of the top five. Per the experts, this means we’re all searching for some peace.

“Serenity is a calming color that plays to the whole idea that we know we’re still living in turbulent times,” Pantone Color Institute executive director Leatrice Eiseman told WWD. “Buttercup is all about sunlight, happiness and cheer. This one just speaks to give us a ray of sunshine, something to be hopeful about.”

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Eiseman is a friend of Glamour—she spent time talking color with us earlier this year, revealing the best shades to wear if you want to make new friends, feel less stressed, or win an argument (though the same colors can mean different things for men and women).

The spring shades revealed today were gathered by examining designers’ spring creations, but it’s a bit more intense when Pantone selects its top hue of the year. It was a deep red marsala for 2015, and we got the scoop on how that happened.



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Nili Lotan RTW Spring 2016

Continuing her Seventies inspiration from resort, in which she took cues from vintage Yves Saint Laurent, Nili Lotan shifted her focus from Paris to the U.S. for spring, channeling the personal style of American music legends Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez, Patti Smith and Jane Birkin. “I think it’s so special that each one of these musicians had their own personal style; so free-spirited, so bohemian and so cool,” Lotan said.
 
That meant plenty of ruffled silk blouses, lace-up dresses and kimono tops in a moody palette of black and indigo, all embodying the relaxed, romantic vibe for which Lotan is known. Soft embroidered gypsy tops felt cool, not overly precious, when paired with Lotan’s military jackets and wide-legged sailor trousers. For one standout series of looks, Lotan drew inspiration from a photograph of three North African boys wearing traditional dresslike garb (she, too, wore a version of the look while growing up, called a jellabiya). Lotan’s version, seen in tunics, trousers and dresses, was done in cream cotton linen with blue stripes, capturing a subtle nautical vibe that could easily transition from the beach to a dinner party.

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Top 10 Spring Men’s Collections

1. Gucci
One of the most influential collections of the season, Alessandro Michele presented a genderless Seventies-infused lineup headlined by silk blouses, lace shirts and a fey attitude.
2. Sacai
Japanese designer Chitose Abe traveled across time, styles and cultures to conjure a truly global guy with a mash-up of styles from Peruvian-inspired Bermudas to plaid ponchos.
3. J.W. Anderson
Storytelling via clothes and accessories is a point of differentiation for the London-based designer, who exceled one more time with his “boy in space” androgynous effort.
4. Giorgio Armani
In a season awash with fluidity, oversize proportions and plays on volume — nobody does it better than Milan’s emperor of soft, who showed a lineup full of vintage slouchy silhouettes.
5. Paul Smith
An iridescent color scheme gave a colorful glow to the designer’s lineup where a new tailored clothing silhouette — double-breasted jackets in a variety of shapes — reigned supreme.
6. Ralph Lauren Purple Label
In his return to the Milan runway, the king of American Ivy League blended dandy suits in heritage fabrics with sleek moto-racer leather pieces and safari elements.
7. Lemaire
Pleated pants that pooled around the ankles paired with lightweight flowy jackets and coats were at the core of this new Parisian elegance.
8. Louis Vuitton
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Designers Highlight Androgyny for Men’s Spring 2016

“Men’s wear” is starting to sound like an antiquated term.
Silk blouses, knit skirts and hip-hugging tunics are all part of the picture for the spring 2016 season, accentuating the ways that men’s collections are becoming more gender fluid than ever.
Designers Alessandro Michele at Gucci, Hedi Slimane at Saint Laurent and Jonathan Anderson were among those flying the flag for a new young style inspired by Millennials — a generation that appears to have cast off gender labels like last season’s Zara duds.
And all this coincides with a moment when the transgender community — thank you, Caitlyn Jenner — is experiencing unprecedented visibility.
“We are living in a transgender moment,” said Riki Wilchins, a transgender activist and author of three books on gender theory. “Gender roles are being challenged, and they’re being challenged in fashion. Fashion isn’t just reflecting it, fashion is helping to lead it, it’s profound and it’s here to stay.”
Even before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage in June, a revolution was playing out on social media. “I think Millennials are definitely pushing this change. Millennials are much more comfortable with gender nonconformity and gender queerness,” Wilchins said.
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Spring Broadway Entry Shuffle Along — a Revival?

A couple of weeks ago, my Twitter feed included a post from The New York Times referring to SHUFFLE ALONG, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed, as a “revival.” My immediate reaction was: “Do they mean ‘revival’ not in a theatrical sense?” That is because I always thought about this show as a new musical. The original release said it was “a musical about the events that led to the creation of the groundbreaking Eubie Blake-Noble Sissle musical Shuffle Along.” That description didn’t lead me to think “revival,” even though I knew the songs were from the original show. But then I saw the latest release, announcing some stellar additional casting, which came complete with an introduction stating: “Please note that when classifying the show, it is more accurate to call it a revival than a new musical.” Why was I wrong? Or was I wrong?

The March press release stated: “In April 2016… SHUFFLE ALONG, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed, will be a backstage musical telling the story of the creation of this transformative but now forgotten show.”

The August press release stated: “The 2016 SHUFFLE ALONG brings the original show back to glorious life, while simultaneously telling the remarkable backstage story of both its historic creation and how it changed the world it left behind.” The recent release also calls it “a striking new production that presents both the 1921 musical itself, and additionally details the events that catalyzed the songwriting team of Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, and librettists F.E. Miller and Aubrey Lyles to create this ground-breaking work.”

The new release does indeed make the show sound more like a revival with some bonus extras. There are three possible explanations I can think of for this change in slant:

1) The show itself has changed since it was first announced in March. SHUFFLE ALONG, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed has never been seen by an audience — it is in development. During the time when a show is developing, it often changes. Perhaps director George C. Wolfe, who is also providing the libretto, and his creative team have changed the concept in the past five months.

2) The original press release didn’t do a great job at accurately describing the show. This is not a slam on the press agents or anyone else involved in the writing and approval process; such things happen often. I’ve frequently written to press agents after seeing a show to say: “Umm… That wasn’t really what I thought it would be.” Under this reasoning, this release more accurately describes the show as it has always been. End of story. (Of course, the argument could be made that I simply didn’t do a great job at interpreting the original press release. Others thought the same thing as me though, so at least I’m not alone.)

3) It’s part of early Tony campaigning. The Tony Awards Administration Committee decides if a show is a “revival” for Tony purposes, and they don’t have to listen to anyone else, but if a show is always framed as a revival, it has a good shot at being considered a revival.

Not having read a script or seen SHUFFLE ALONG, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed at any stage of its development, I cannot say which of the three alternatives is most accurate. I truly have no idea. I’m excited about the show regardless. This all said, because of my own love of talking about Tony rules, I’m going to write about what it takes to be a revival according to the Tony folks and what the race is like this year.

Basically, in relevant part, to be a “revival,” something has to have played on Broadway before in “substantially the same form” or be a “classic.” The classic category isn’t particularly relevant to this column, and I’ve written about it too many times already. What does “substantially the same form” mean? That is where the Tony Awards Administration Committee comes into play — they decide.

Remember that odd On a Clear Day You Can See Forever which bore little resemblance to the original other than its score (which was augmented with a song from the film)? That was a revival. Same with the rewritten Flower Drum Song, which had two trunk songs. The 2013 Cinderella was a revival, despite having trunk songs, never being on Broadway before (oh, yeah, sorry, another mention of a “classic”), and having a nice stepsister and a title character who doesn’t truly lose her shoe. So “substantially the same form” appears to mean: “with the same score or sort of the same score with maybe some deletions and some add-ons.” Crazy for You, which was based on Girl Crazy, did win the Tony Award for Best (new) Musical, but that was all the way back in 1992, and I believe only possessed five of the songs from the original.

The first release made SHUFFLE ALONG, Or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed seem more like Crazy for You, except, you know, nothing like Crazy For You. I thought it would include some of the original show but really be removed from the original show–it would be a new show about the old show, as it said. This release makes it seem simply like the old Shuffle Along with a new book, which just happens to add book scene material about the making of the show and the subsequent reaction. What the show will be in March when it hits the stage remains to be seen.

Often years being a musical revival is easily the path of least resistance — some years there are barely enough entrants to have a category. (The award doesn’t sell as many tickets as the award for Best Musical, so it’s easier to get nominated, but there is less reward to winning.) This season however is a competitive one in terms of revivals. There is the highly anticipated Fiddler on the Roof directed by Bartlett Sher, Dames at Sea, The Color Purple, and a revival of She Loves Me starring Broadway’s beloved critical darling Laura Benanti and How I Met Your Mother star Josh Radnor. (Irrelevant, but I like Radnor’s film Liberal Arts better than Garden State.)

Of course, the Best Musical category is much more of a killer, as the juggernaut that is Hamilton exists. I got a call from a producer last week asking me if I thought it was unbeatable. My mind harkened back to a few years ago when I received similar calls regarding Matilda. I think Hamilton has more of a groundswell behind it – and it is American – but that year’s race is evidence that saying shows are “unbeatable” is not the best choice ever. (As if I didn’t know that from years of press agent Judy Jacksina describing to me how the dark musical Nine toppled the Dreamgirls behemoth.) Nevertheless, people are running scared from Hamilton. Many emails that came my way questioned whether the urge for Shuffle to be positioned as a revival doesn’t come in direct response to Hamilton mania. Honestly, prior to a couple of weeks ago I personally thought Shuffle would make it a real Best Musical race. It seemed like strong competition for the main prize.

Only time will tell whether Shuffle will be considered a revival for Tony purposes or seem like a revival to those who see it. All I know is with that team, no matter how it is classified, it is bound to be interesting. I’m excited.

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Loris Diran Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Juxtaposition was the concept behind Loris Diran’s spring collection, which mixed tailored and athletic-feeling pieces. Working within a tight set of colors — blue, gray, beige and brown — Diran presented strong knits, classic blazers and double-breasted jackets with either slim, cropped pants or in drop-crotch, jodhpur styles. Contrasting swirl panels placed on outerwear added a subtle dimension to the offering.
When Diran wasn’t playing with opposing ideas, he was thinking about texture and worked with fabrics ranging from Neoprene to a perma-creased gabardine.
Although the designer showed a sophisticated level of restraint, some pieces, specifically the slim, drop-crotch pants, felt out of place.

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Theory Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Knowing oneself is a virtue and Theory’s key to success is having a bead on the uniform dressing for the on-the-go metropolitan guy.
 
This season, vice president of men’s design Ben Stubbington added an array of minimalist yet sophisticated pieces to the Theory man’s wardrobe, including an ultralight, garment-dyed cotton poplin khaki blazer over a matching shirt and narrow slate gray chinos and an unlined trucker jacket in lightweight suede paired with tailored shorts.
 
Half of the models in the presentation were women in men’s clothes, which Stubbington said was because the looks flattered the women as much as the men.
 
While the aesthetic is clean and spare, there is something compelling and precise — which is what makes the Theory girl raid her boyfriend’s closet.

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Billy Reid Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Billy Reid offered up a soft color palette of different shades of neutrals in an array of textured and luxe fabrics for spring. He even dabbled in solid black, ordinarily a no-no for someone with such a Southern sensibility, but the fit and flow of the ebony trench just felt right, Reid said, and made the cut.
 
Although his mastery of textile design was evident in the jacquard sweaters, polyester trenches that looked like silk, and basket-weave shorts, nothing was over-the-top.
 
“I didn’t want things to feel fussy or overcooked,” he said. In fact, any fabrics that Reid deemed too heavy for the season, he had made into pillows that covered the benches at his show and served as parting gifts for attendees.
 
“Sometimes the heavy fabrics are too hard to wear,” the designer said.
 
Reid’s tailored clothing showed a subtle Fifties influence with fuller silhouettes in jackets and high-waist pants, indicating that the tight, slim cuts of the past few seasons are yesterday’s news.
 
The collection overall was spot on and a strong indicator of Reid’s ability to always stay one step ahead of his customer.

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Alexandre Plokhov Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Medieval warrior monks might not be everybody’s inspiration, but in Alexandre Plokhov’s universe, they fit right in.
 
“My collection is based on a book I read, ‘The Mongoliad’ by Neal Stephenson. It’s about warrior monks and how each clan is separated by color,” the designer said.
 
That was how Plokhov also structured his show, with groups of black, yellow, red and white. Flowy sheer ponchos, drop-crotch pants and face-painting aside — which admittedly are a lot of styling tricks to overlook — the collection was full of strong directional pieces such as a sleek trench with zipper detailing, and an unconstructed tonal seersucker blazer and a utility-inspired jumpsuit.
 
There was interesting patchwork craftsmanship adorning shirts and pants, showing Plokhov’s ability to show texture within a tonal palette.
 
“I took incompatible material from seasons past for bombers, shorts and sweatshirts,” he said.
 
The return of Plokhov and his unique aesthetic to the runway added a new dimension to NYFW: Men’s.

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Perry Ellis Men’s RTW Spring 2016

The lineup notes may have said “Very Perry,” but Michael Maccari’s collection was anything but.
 
While he definitely drew from vintage Perry Ellis designs for the knit offerings, Maccari made his own mark by adding an array of relaxed sportswear pieces and athletic references.
 
“I was inspired by guys coming to and from the gym,” he said, pointing to the open shirts, compression tights under baggy shorts and cropped bombers.
 
Playful prints in sweaters and jackets ranged from explosive weaves to painterly graphics, while the suit silhouette was very structured. The shoulder became more powerful, pants were fuller and the jackets were elongated. “I’m tired of seeing short jackets,” Maccari said.
 
An array of slouchy iridescent anoraks were a highlight of the show and displayed Maccari’s ability to blend the old and the new.

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DeTROIT Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Casual and soft was the main focus of deTROIT’s spring lineup. The collection featured an array of softly constructed jackets, lightweight and sheer shirts with flowy and voluminous trousers and an elongated navy trench.

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Polo Ralph Lauren Men’s RTW Spring 2016

A pared down, updated sensibility was the new message at Ralph Lauren’s expansive spring Polo presentation.
While the designer’s signature preppy aesthetic continued to run through the line, the silhouettes were cleaner and less predictable.
 
That message was most clear in the Polo suit offering, where the designer let go of all the embellishments of the past with solid knit ties and tonal or striped shirts serving as complements to the trimmer jackets and narrower pants. A double-breasted peak lapel midnight blue tuxedo was a bit of a surprise for the mostly casual collection, but served to elevate the brand into new territory.
 
Other highlights included a three-piece denim suit and a paper-thin black trench coat over a black crewneck sweater and slate gray dress trousers, with a modicum of a high waist.
 
The Polo Sport offering married high-performance detailing with street styling, such as Belgian camouflage cargo pants and two-in-one shorts with built-in leggings.
 
Ralph Lauren’s involvement in NYFW: Men’s was essential to the week, and his collection displayed how the powerhouse American brand continues to reinvent itself.

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Parke & Ronen Men’s RTW Spring 2016

It was a celebration of the Seventies at Parke & Ronen. Inspired by Pan American Eastern airlines, designers Parke Lutter and Ronen Jehezkel took their cue from patterns found in flight lounges for their swimsuit and casual sportswear collection.
 
Paisley, psychedelic stripes and color blocking were some of the patterns highlighted in trunks, shirts and even flowy lounge pants.
 
Known for their fitted swim trunks, a new relaxed fit was introduced this season, which also doubled as a cover up for the bikinis worn underneath.
 
With their bevy of barely dressed models and hippie music, Parke & Ronen brought a ray of sunshine to the NYFW: Men’s runway.

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Orley Men’s RTW Spring 2016

After channeling their grandfather as inspiration last season, Alex, Matthew and Samantha Orley jumped forward to their parents and the 1970s as inspiration for spring.
 
“The collection was inspired by our mom and dad and the time they met,” said Alex. “We’re exploring the concept of what made them different.”
 
Their mother’s influence was apparent in an array of hand-crocheted sweaters that took 100 hours to produce while their father’s heritage came through in a retro ivory plaid double-breasted short suit and a navy trenchcoat. A cropped pink polo shirt and an array of sleeveless knit tops in extra-fine merino wool showcased the gender-bending influence seen in the line. “It’s the duality of our parents,” said Matthew.
 
By the strength of this collection, it’s obvious that the Orley family is a chic bunch.

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Ricardo Seco Men’s RTW Spring 2016

“It isn’t summer without color,” said Ricardo Seco, a New York City-based designer who’s determined to bring the vibrancy of his home country, Mexico, to urban life. His spring collection titled “Luck,” did just that.
 
Seco used the Mexican card game “La Loteria” as the starting point for the offering, which was created around four cards from the game: the heart, the mermaid, the Scorpio and the palm leaf. These symbols showed up on matching bomber jackets and board shorts, blazers and graphic T-shirts. The hard edge of a leather moto vest was softened with a palm print embroidered on the back.
 
Seco, who has shown eight collections in New York City, said he wanted to create a collection that appealed to musical festivalgoers attempting to stand out in the crowd — and he achieved exactly that.

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J. Lindeberg Men’s RTW Spring 2016

There’s nothing new about a Seventies cowboy, but the J. Lindeberg version hit every mark. From the fringed suede jacket and skinny pants to the Western shirts and hats, Jessy Heuvelink has obviously done his thrift store homework.
 
The rocker character that easily coexists with Lone Ranger was present in the skinny suits and fitted evening blazers.
 
Subtle androgyny came in the form of silk shirts paired with jewel-tone neck scarves.
 
J. Lindeberg might not be setting the trend, but it is a good option for the trendy customer.

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Pier 59 Studios Reveals Spring Fashion Show Roster

Pier 59 Studios has unveiled the roster of spring fashion shows it will host next month.
The space, which is a 100,000-square-foot photography and multimedia studio at Chelsea Piers, was founded in 1995 by chief executive officer Federico Pignatelli and his Art and Fashion Group Corp.  The studios feature 10 column-free studio spaces, including a 5,500-square-foot soundstage. The studios have become a hub of high-profile fashion, advertising, photo and film production. As reported, Christina Neault, joined Pier 59 Studios last month as a fashion programming consultant. The studios will be recognizing its 20th anniversary with a series of events to be programmed in part by Neault.
The collections that will be presented include Berenik, Cadet, Custo Barcelona, Degen, Fashion Palette, Flagpole Swim by Megan Balch and Jaime Barker, Frankie B., Gen Art Fresh Faces in Fashion, Giulietta, Harlem’s Fashion Row, Jay Godfrey, Julianna Bass, Karen Walker, Lie Sangbong, Mathieu Mirano, Michael Costello, Nolcha, Pamplemousse, Parkchoonmoo, Prmitv World, Sheena Trivedi, Stella Nolasco, Threeasfour and Whit.

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Hickey Freeman Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Hickey Freeman has nine lives, and this iteration is clearly one of its best.
 
Under the direction of chief creative officer Arnold Brant Silverstone, the line offered an array of updated men’s wear classics. Silverstone — who showed the collection on a balcony at the Penthouse at The Standard, East Village with views of New York as the backdrop — segmented the collection into three vignettes.
 
Hamptons was “all about sand and sky” with a palette of beige, brown and baby blue in clothing options that included “tactile” fabrics such as silk and cashmere sport coats and a waterproof suede trench, he said.
 
The Battery Park grouping presented “a redo of the suit,” Silverstone added, with softer construction and waist suppression in shades of gray in luxury fabrics. “I love a double-breasted peak lapel,” he said.
 
The final group, Manhattan Nights, focused on eveningwear with models that included a denim jacquard tuxedo and a three-piece tux in midnight blue.
 
The trifecta was a bet in the right direction for the venerable brand.

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Zachary Prell Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Zachary Prell presented a lineup full of casual and versatile luxe staple pieces fit for a weekend getaway for the busy city guy. The collection featured seersucker sports shirts; mixed media outerwear in nylon and mesh combinations, and knit shorts.

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John Varvatos Men’s RTW Spring 2016

It was a raucous homecoming for John Varvatos who, after seven years showing in Milan, returned to New York to bring the curtain down on NYFW: Men’s.
 
The designer hung hundreds of umbrellas from the ceiling and wrapped the walls and runway with stripes — a clear indicator of what was to come.
 
His spring collection centered around stripes, stripes and more stripes that he used in everything from skinny suits and duster coats to high-button boots. The stripes were offered in a variety of colors, ranging from summer whites and olives to eggplant.
 
“Everything is in such a solid mode today,” Varvatos said. “It’s been that way for too long. I’m trying to be adventurous and playful, everything doesn’t have to be so serious.”
 
While playful, the collection stayed true to the core of the Varvatos brand with its visible rock ‘n’ roll sensibility. This season, the designer was influenced by the British dandies who emigrated to the U.S. in the Seventies, such as Keith Richards, Jimmy Page and the members of Fleetwood Mac. They settled in Southern California and embraced the bohemian lifestyle, resulting in an “easing up” of their dandy roots to become more relaxed.
 
This translated into soft lambskin jackets with silk-linen

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Craft Atlantic Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Luis Fernandez, the creative director of Craft Atlantic, looked to both the future and the past for his spring collection. Fernandez referenced Sixties modernism and Oscar Niemeyer’s Brazilian architecture to create a focused assortment of clean travel-ready pieces with technical details that could work for a business meeting, too.
 
Models posed with newspapers and carry-on luggage while wearing indigo linen jackets made from coated nylon, Sixties-inspired polo knits, cargo shorts with waterproof pockets and jogging pants. The line, which came in various shades of blue, also featured a graphic, custom-designed geometric print.
 
If dressing the man of today is Fernandez’s goal, he accomplished that with this commercial collection.

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Siki Im Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Siki Im’s spring collection paid homage to his coming-of-age story, which included soaking up skate and street culture, listening to Sonic Youth and dreaming of moving to New York City.
 
Titled “Youth Museum,” the collection had the frenetic energy of a wayward teen. Oversize cotton ponchos were draped over graphic sweatshirts and cinched at the waist with rope, which was adorned with found objects of Im’s past such as motherboards, CDs and locks. Jeans from Im’s younger line Den Im haphazardly hung from looks.
 
Im also used more color and print. He presented a hot pink sweatshirt with an asymmetric zipper opening along with loose allover printed separates that were reminiscent of pajamas.
 
Although the collection put a spotlight on Im’s past, it showed the designer’s move away from his signature street goth sensibility. “I still personally love black, but I’m trying to push my boundaries,” Im said. It was a welcome progression and a bright spot on the New York schedule.

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Edmund Ooi Men’s RTW Spring 2016

For his spring collection, Edmund Ooi was inspired by images of photographer Edgar Martins of the European Space Agency. “It’s all about space suits and finding a creative way to translate it to sportswear,” Ooi said backstage.
 
Knit tank tops with stretch detail created one-of-a-kind colorations, tailored jackets with reflective materials, and trousers and outerwear with elastic banded drawstrings added a sporty motif to the offering.

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Lucio Castro Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Lucio Castro took us through the lens of Nollywood, the Nigerian Hollywood film scene, for his spring 2016 collection.
 
The lineup featured a combination of intricate prints and knit jacquards on shirts, polos and even on side panels of trousers.
 
Combinations of mesh track pants and voluminous trousers played into the signature African aesthetic.

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Steven Alan Men’s RTW Spring 2016

In a time when normcore is the new normal, Steven Alan is incorporating more conceptual ideas into his basics-driven collection.
 
The concept for spring came from space, an idea that was evident in the all-white layered look with a banded collar shirt in cotton linen poplin that was reminiscent of astronaut wear, as well as a button-down shirt with a celestial star pattern.
 
Apart from these out-of-this-world elements, the rest of the collection was solid and centered around a clean assortment of blazers, T-shirts, polos and Alan’s trademark fitted shirts. “It’s like your dad’s shirt, but in smaller proportions,” Alan said.
 
Another surprise came from the use of Japanese fabrics, a big trend this season, which he used in ultrathin chambray shirts and light-wash jeans.
 
Based on the number of collaborations Alan engages in every season — Vans and Common Project sneakers for fall, for example — it appears as if others in the fashion industry also believe in his down-to-earth aesthetic.

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J. Lindeberg Men’s RTW Spring 2016

There’s nothing new about a Seventies cowboy, but the J. Lindeberg version hit every mark. From the fringed suede jacket and skinny pants to the Western shirts and hats, Jessy Heuvelink has obviously done his thrift store homework.
 
The rocker character that easily coexists with Lone Ranger was present in the skinny suits and fitted evening blazers.
 
Subtle androgyny came in the form of silk shirts paired with jewel-tone neck scarves.
 
J. Lindeberg might not be setting the trend, but it is a good option for the trendy customer.

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Hickey Freeman Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Hickey Freeman has nine lives, and this iteration is clearly one of its best.
 
Under the direction of chief creative officer Arnold Brant Silverstone, the line offered an array of updated men’s wear classics. Silverstone — who showed the collection on a balcony at the Penthouse at The Standard, East Village with views of New York as the backdrop — segmented the collection into three vignettes.
 
Hamptons was “all about sand and sky” with a palette of beige, brown and baby blue in clothing options that included “tactile” fabrics such as silk and cashmere sport coats and a waterproof suede trench, he said.
 
The Battery Park grouping presented “a redo of the suit,” Silverstone added, with softer construction and waist suppression in shades of gray in luxury fabrics. “I love a double-breasted peak lapel,” he said.
 
The final group, Manhattan Nights, focused on eveningwear with models that included a denim jacquard tuxedo and a three-piece tux in midnight blue.
 
The trifecta was a bet in the right direction for the venerable brand.

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Fashion East Names Spring 2016 Women’s Wear Lineup

LONDON — Fashion East, the London non-profit organization that showcases emerging designers’ collections, has detailed its women’s wear lineup for spring 2016.
The three labels that will host presentations on Sept. 19 in London are Caitlin Price, Richard Malone and This is The Uniform.
Price is showing for the second time as part of Fashion East, after making her debut with the collective in February. Then, the Central Saint Martins MA graduate showed a collection that melded 19th-century period details with sportswear, as in duchesse satin tracksuits appliqued with rosettes.
Richard Malone and This is The Uniform are both showing as part of Fashion East for the first time. Malone is graduate of Central Saint Martins’ BA fashion program, where he won the LVMH Grand Prix scholarship in 2013, while This is the Uniform is designed by Jenna Young, who graduated in fine art textiles from Goldsmiths University in London.
Lulu Kennedy, Fashion East’s director, commented that “all three designers are strong-minded individuals and their girl/woman knows what she’s about,” she said.
The spring 2016 season marks Fashion East’s 15-year anniversary of showing at London Fashion Week, and 12 years of Topshop supporting the showcase.

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Zachary Prell Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Zachary Prell presented a lineup full of casual and versatile luxe staple pieces fit for a weekend getaway for the busy city guy. The collection featured seersucker sports shirts; mixed media outerwear in nylon and mesh combinations, and knit shorts.

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John Varvatos Men’s RTW Spring 2016

It was a raucous homecoming for John Varvatos who, after seven years showing in Milan, returned to New York to bring the curtain down on NYFW: Men’s.
 
The designer hung hundreds of umbrellas from the ceiling and wrapped the walls and runway with stripes — a clear indicator of what was to come.
 
His spring collection centered around stripes, stripes and more stripes that he used in everything from skinny suits and duster coats to high-button boots. The stripes were offered in a variety of colors, ranging from summer whites and olives to eggplant.
 
“Everything is in such a solid mode today,” Varvatos said. “It’s been that way for too long. I’m trying to be adventurous and playful, everything doesn’t have to be so serious.”
 
While playful, the collection stayed true to the core of the Varvatos brand with its visible rock ‘n’ roll sensibility. This season, the designer was influenced by the British dandies who emigrated to the U.S. in the Seventies, such as Keith Richards, Jimmy Page and the members of Fleetwood Mac. They settled in Southern California and embraced the bohemian lifestyle, resulting in an “easing up” of their dandy roots to become more relaxed.
 
This translated into soft lambskin jackets with silk-linen

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Craft Atlantic Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Luis Fernandez, the creative director of Craft Atlantic, looked to both the future and the past for his spring collection. Fernandez referenced Sixties modernism and Oscar Niemeyer’s Brazilian architecture to create a focused assortment of clean travel-ready pieces with technical details that could work for a business meeting, too.
 
Models posed with newspapers and carry-on luggage while wearing indigo linen jackets made from coated nylon, Sixties-inspired polo knits, cargo shorts with waterproof pockets and jogging pants. The line, which came in various shades of blue, also featured a graphic, custom-designed geometric print.
 
If dressing the man of today is Fernandez’s goal, he accomplished that with this commercial collection.

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Siki Im Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Siki Im’s spring collection paid homage to his coming-of-age story, which included soaking up skate and street culture, listening to Sonic Youth and dreaming of moving to New York City.
 
Titled “Youth Museum,” the collection had the frenetic energy of a wayward teen. Oversize cotton ponchos were draped over graphic sweatshirts and cinched at the waist with rope, which was adorned with found objects of Im’s past such as motherboards, CDs and locks. Jeans from Im’s younger line Den Im haphazardly hung from looks.
 
Im also used more color and print. He presented a hot pink sweatshirt with an asymmetric zipper opening along with loose allover printed separates that were reminiscent of pajamas.
 
Although the collection put a spotlight on Im’s past, it showed the designer’s move away from his signature street goth sensibility. “I still personally love black, but I’m trying to push my boundaries,” Im said. It was a welcome progression and a bright spot on the New York schedule.

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Steven Alan Men’s RTW Spring 2016

In a time when normcore is the new normal, Steven Alan is incorporating more conceptual ideas into his basics-driven collection.
 
The concept for spring came from space, an idea that was evident in the all-white layered look with a banded collar shirt in cotton linen poplin that was reminiscent of astronaut wear, as well as a button-down shirt with a celestial star pattern.
 
Apart from these out-of-this-world elements, the rest of the collection was solid and centered around a clean assortment of blazers, T-shirts, polos and Alan’s trademark fitted shirts. “It’s like your dad’s shirt, but in smaller proportions,” Alan said.
 
Another surprise came from the use of Japanese fabrics, a big trend this season, which he used in ultrathin chambray shirts and light-wash jeans.
 
Based on the number of collaborations Alan engages in every season — Vans and Common Project sneakers for fall, for example — it appears as if others in the fashion industry also believe in his down-to-earth aesthetic.

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Solid & Striped Adds to Design Team, Expands Spring Offering

EARNING THEIR STRIPES: Solid & Striped is expanding its team. Founder Isaac Ross has hired Michelle Copelman, who spent six years as a designer for J. Crew and Crewcuts, as design director, a new position at the growing brand. Copelman will oversee the men’s and women’s divisions of Solid & Striped’s design department and plans to help expand its product assortment and categories.
“Michelle has such a strong point of view and a great taste level,” Ross told WWD of the appointment. “And equally important is for a designer to know how to design into a brand that already exists — how to take it a step further, how to elevate us and push us in the right direction, but also how to respect the customer base that we need to remain very aware of and cater to.”
Solid & Striped just wrapped two collaborations on its swimwear and beachwear line — one with Poppy Delevingne and the other with Hilary Rhoda and Sean Avery — and plans to expand further with a full lifestyle offering that includes accessories such as bags, towels and hats as well as potential footwear and eyewear collaborations. “Spring 2016 is a much bigger undertaking than we’ve ever done,”

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Lucio Castro Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Lucio Castro took us through the lens of Nollywood, the Nigerian Hollywood film scene, for his spring 2016 collection.
 
The lineup featured a combination of intricate prints and knit jacquards on shirts, polos and even on side panels of trousers.
 
Combinations of mesh track pants and voluminous trousers played into the signature African aesthetic.

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Edmund Ooi Men’s RTW Spring 2016

For his spring collection, Edmund Ooi was inspired by images of photographer Edgar Martins of the European Space Agency. “It’s all about space suits and finding a creative way to translate it to sportswear,” Ooi said backstage.
 
Knit tank tops with stretch detail created one-of-a-kind colorations, tailored jackets with reflective materials, and trousers and outerwear with elastic banded drawstrings added a sporty motif to the offering.

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Ivanman Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Ivanman designer Ivan Mandzukic unabashedly combines bright colors in his men’s wear and his spring offering, shown at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin, was even bolder than usual. He mixed canary yellow, turquoise, lilac, bright red and bubblegum pink shirts with black and gray cigarette pants, often layering buttoned-down shirts over one another. The top shirt — in actuality a shirt jacket with wide rib cuffs and a low, modified Peter Pan collar — allowed the bottom shirt to peek through. For a simpler approach, he showed vibrant fisherman knit tank tops.
“Corbusier said that his way of sorting through the chaos in his head is to first sort things into the separate elements,” Mandzukic explained. “My version of this is to work out how to put the different color elements together.” His other inspiration — the Coen brothers’ film “Barton Fink” — wasn’t as obvious, save for the large black and gray overcoats with sloping raglan shoulders that seemed created with tortured Los Angeles screenwriters in mind.
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Esther Perbandt RTW Spring 2016

Known for her deconstructed, all-black, avant-garde — and often gender-bending — looks and ties to Berlin’s lively art scene, Esther Perbandt delivered on both counts for spring 2016. Music from Sven Helbig and strange but beautiful performances by a soprano clad in black and countertenor in white gave hints of what would come.
There were carefully de- and re-constructed black suiting separates for men and women and softer trenches with unfinished hems. Basket-woven strips gave texture to cropped vests, cut higher in the back. Shirt dresses had layered hems, formal jumpsuit shorts sported trompe-l’oeil lapels. The lights went down, and it started again, this time in white and cream, giving a fresh and summery feel to the sometimes hard-edged shapes.
White faded to black, and then it was time for the final round: a series of black-and-white and black-and-gray stripes — wide and bleached-out on denim or felted across crisp organdy. The evening of “three shows in one” ended on a high note as Perbandt, who fronted her own band for a fashion event a year ago, came out to sing in the closing moments.

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Guido Maria Kretschmer RTW Spring 2016

German celebrity favorite Guido Maria Kretschmer is as famous for his decadent red carpet gowns as he is for his TV presence as the face of Actimel yogurt in ads and the host of reality show “Shopping Queen.” This season the designer had shopping kings in mind, too, as he incorporated a well-rounded selection of men’s wear into the collection for the first time.
The show’s title, “Bon Voyage,” was overtly referenced in Breton-striped men’s T-shirts worn under fitted black and navy suits. Thicker stripes were also seen on men’s shorts and in the women’s wear on a puffy blue-and-white-striped tulip skirt and sequined cropped jackets done in pink and blue. Fitted ivory cigarette pants with a matching jacket were the highlights of the women’s wear, but some white dresses suffered too much embellishment and bordered on twee.
Kretschmer devoted the same attention to cut and finishing with his men’s offerings as with his women’s and his slick men’s smoking jackets in black and white looked well-tailored. The silver sequined version, however, was more Las Vegas than Saint-Tropez.
 
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Bobby Kolade RTW Spring 2016

Nobody could accuse Bobby Kolade of playing it safe. His free-wheeling mix of tailored precision, bravado and multicultural references has made his show one of the hottest tickets during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. And boy did he mix things up for spring.
While not one to broadcast references, the German-Nigerian, Uganda-raised designer said before the show his starting point was Benin photographer Leonce Agbodjelou’s portraits of Egungun masqueraders. Specifically, he was inspired by depictions of their costumes covering every part of the body and dating back to a tradition from the 14th century. At the opposite end were bare-it-all Nineties pop stars such as Lil’ Kim and Aaliyah. And while Kolade is no Stones fan, there was a lot of Jumping Jack — or shall we say Jill — Flash to those silver-foil platform boots.
Having some fun was at the heart of it all. Thus a crisply tailored blue wool double-breasted jacket appeared literally cut in half, the left side attached to a silver glitter jumpsuit. Proper white cotton shirts or vibrant laser-cut ones sported brash snap buttons and one sleeve that flapped open, like a cape. He transformed the sleeve of a traditional African boubou (or long men’s robe) into

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Belvedere Mens Shoes Available Colors In Black,Taupe, Spring Grey and Purple

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Requiem for the Dead: American Spring 2014 on HBO, and Now

When HBO had a launch for the new documentary, Requiem for the Dead: American Spring 2014 last Monday, a gunman had not yet joined the prayer group at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in South Carolina, ending in the shooting deaths of nine parishioners including Pastor Clementa Pinckney, not only a spiritual leader, but a prominent African American political presence. A who’s who of non-fiction filmmakers including D. A. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus, and Nancy Buirski, marveled at the film’s ingenuity: the documentary, the brainchild of HBO’s Sheila Nevins, and directed by Nick Doob and Shari Cookson, providing a numbing account of the number of gun-related deaths in just one American season, is created of text messages, recordings of emergency calls to 911, news footage, home photos of a selection of such random deaths that all go back to the one common denominator: the availability of guns. By Wednesday, when the horrible killing in Charleston occurred, no more examples were needed to make the point. And yet, as many mourn, with memorial services now underway and the 21 year old gunman in custody, community leaders are saying this is the “never again” moment, the call for restrictions on guns.

Guns may be an “American” obsession. Of the few gun owners I have known, none made me sit easy. The writer William S. Burroughs, one of the most fascinating people I have ever met, accidentally killed his common law wife Joan in a botched William Tell routine. He suffered from that untoward personal history for the rest of his life, but he never gave up guns. That’s a choice not easy to explain: Americans’ right to own guns is protected, like the right to vote. So it is with great interest that I, and maybe everyone, will be noting how this tragic issue will be resolved. I say tragic in the Aristotelian sense: this is a nation knowing the consequences, and keeping those guns around anyway. With guns readily available, everyone’s fate is as random as Russian roulette. For the chilling toll, watch Requiem for the Dead on HBO, airing on June 22.

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Apollo Theater Celebrates Its Rich Legacy With 10th Annual Spring Gala

Monday night marked the 10th anniversary of the Apollo Theater’s annual Spring Gala, which was met with much fanfare.

The event, which featured a celebratory benefit concert, was hosted by Extra TV correspondent AJ Calloway and featured star-studded performances from Nile Rodgers and his pioneering disco-funk group Chic, Ne-Yo, Luke James, Rosanne Cash, “The Voice” season 8 contestant Kimberly Nichole and South African a capella trio The Soil.

During his opening monologue, Calloway shared some of his personal experiences and memories of the Apollo.

“I used to sneak into the Apollo when I was in high school,” Calloway said. “I was in [New] Jersey, my parents didn’t know I was here, but I used to watch Amateur Night so I’m very happy to be on this stage. And I started my career here. The first time I was on this stage was ‘106 & Park’ and that was 15 years ago. So I’m really, really happy to be here.”

In addition to Calloway’s return to the Apollo stage, the event also served as a homecoming for Rodgers, who landed his second professional gig performing with the theater’s house band. Prior to taking to the stage to perform a medley of Chic’s biggest hits, Rodgers opened up to The Huffington Post about the significance of headlining this year’s annual gala.

“When I played here I was 19-years-old,” Rodgers said. “I had just finished a year with ‘Sesame Street,’ which was my first professional job. And I was just telling the band how it was the first time I walked out onto this stage. It’s amazing for me to be here now, all these years later playing my own music, which is crazy.”

For Apollo Theater President & CEO, Jonelle Procope the Gala has served as an important part in the theater’s growth for the past 10 years.

“Although the Apollo is now in its 81st year, we have only been a nonprofit since 1991 and I would say it has really been over the last 10 years that the institution has experienced tremendous growth as a nonprofit with expanded artistic, educational and community programs,” Procope said to the Huffington Post.

“The Gala, which is one of our largest fundraisers, has provided crucial support toward those initiatives. It also allows us to celebrate and honor the Apollo’s rich legacy as the musical home for so many legendary artists like Nile Rodgers and the opportunity to continue that legacy as an important springboard for the next generation of artists.”

The benefit, which raises funds for the theater’s education and community outreach programs, also honored James Dolan, President and CEO of Cablevision Systems Corporation and Executive Chairman of Madison Square Garden, who accepted the Corporate Award on behalf of The Madison Square Garden Company, and Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation, who accepted the Percy C. Sutton Civic Leadership Award on behalf of The Ford Foundation.

Check out a collection of Apollo Gala performers through the years in the slideshow below.

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‘The Trials Of Spring’ Documentary Project Amplifies Voices Of Women In The Arab Spring

A new multimedia documentary project is spotlighting the vital roles of women in the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings.

“The Trials of Spring,” is a series of six shorts, a feature film and news reports by The New York Times that offer a rarely seen look at the gripping personal experiences of female activists in the wave of revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa.

The films profile nine women across Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Syria, Bahrain and Yemen, with each detailing their journey through uprisings and crackdowns. While each story is unique, they often share an arc similar to the larger political developments of the post-revolution countries in the region, where an initial hope for change is quashed by increasing repression and conflict.

In the Syria short, for example, archival footage shows four women known as the Brides of Peace defiantly march in protest of the Assad regime while wearing homemade wedding dresses. In interviews after fleeing the country, two of the brides describe how their triumphant demonstration caused security forces to imprison them for months.

trials of springKinda Zour, one of the Brides of Peace from Syria.

As the films show, many countries have regressed on women’s rights since the Arab Spring.

A 2013 United Nations report found that 99.3 percent of women in Egypt are subject to sexual harassment, and female activists have been forced to undergo virginity tests after being arrested for demonstrating. In an incident that sparked widespread outrage, police fatally shot female activist Shaimaa al-Sabbagh in the street during a protest earlier this year.

The team of filmmakers and producers, most of them female, presents the cross-platform project as a fascinating counter-narrative to misconceptions of women in the region as submissive to the repression of women’s rights. Instead, the films show brave acts of protest both at home and in the streets, and depict women as driving forces behind many protest movements.

“I went from I think a stereotyped understanding, to some degree, of the women in the Middle East and North Africa, to something that was more nuanced and understanding of their diversity and their strength and resilience,” said producer Beth Levison in a call with reporters on Tuesday.

Levison said stories about the Arab Spring lacked female perspectives, with media focusing mostly on men with guns and shifts in political power.

“I don’t think enough stories are told about the women who are the mortar, who are holding things together,” Levison explained. “I think that the narrative that’s often told about conflict is about who’s in what position, rather than about what’s happening on a day-to-day level to try to bring peace. It’s kind of like that old saying, ‘If it bleeds it leads.'”

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Hend Nafea, a young religious Muslim woman whose story is a lead role in the feature film.

While the project puts a spotlight on activists, the films themselves are not heavy-handed works of advocacy. Instead, the works hope to amplify the voices of the women who are profiled.

“We certainly wanted to avoid the thought that here are some Western filmmakers trying to help these Arab women — because they’re incredibly strong women who can help themselves and are doing a lot to help their countries,” said the project’s Digital Director Lauren Feeney.

The short films will debut on June 7 as a special project on The New York Times homepage and will culminate with the feature focusing on Egypt that premieres at the Human Rights Watch film festival on June 12.

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The 10 Hottest Trends For Spring Weddings

Pretty pastels, sky-high cakes, bold brows and gold foil paper are all trending for spring. Here’s how to make them yours.

By Lauren Kay for TheKnot.com

Bold Brows and Colored Nails

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A well-shaped brow can totally transform your best features, so don’t be tempted to over-tweeze! Instead, blend over-plucked or sparse areas with a brow pencil in a matching shade (try to stick with a hue that’s one to two shades from your natural hair color). Pair with a pale pink lip for a stunning, natural bridal look. And while you’re at it, add just a little intensity to that mani. Bridal nails are getting a subtle wash of color thanks to some pastel-hued polishes in shades of soft peach and light lavender. It’s enough color to be noticed while still being refined.

Pastels Aplenty

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Spring is all about pastels (think: soft yellow, blush pink and light lavender). Layer with shiny metallics like copper and rose gold for a luxe look, or pair with neutrals like gray and taupe to keep the palette from feeling too “Easter.” And don’t be afraid to mix more than two colors. Try dressing your bridesmaids in various shades or create pairings for individual elements of your wedding, like lavender and mint for the ceremony, champagne and yellow for the cocktail hour, and gray and pale blue for the reception. Also hot, Pantone’s Color of the Year, marsala. Because this wine-like hue has rich undertones, pair it with ice blue to soften the look.

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Sassy Skirts

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We know how hard it can be to pick just one wedding dress, but thanks to designers like Monique Lhuillier, Dennis Basso and Romona Keveza, you can get two dresses in one. These gorgeous silhouettes with removable skirts stole the show at Bridal Fashion Week and have become a must-have for fashion-forward brides everywhere. Now you can look glamorous for your strut down the aisle and also be ready to boogie come reception time.

Tall Tiers

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Wedding cakes are on the rise — in tiers, that is. We’re talking five and six layers, plus the return of columns to give the confections even more height. These sugar masterpieces are as elegant as ever with bold sugar flowers, detailed patterns and pretty piping. A wedding cake is like the exclamation point to your day, so why not go big and tall?

Passed Eats

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From artisan spirits to interactive food stations, spring receptions are all about the eats and specialty sips. If you’re opposed to a sit-down dinner, consider this new twist on food stations: Serve a whole meal in small plates passed by servers. Your caterer can create a menu that moves from light cocktail bites to heavier hors d’oeuvres and finishes with something sweet. Your guests will be free to chat and move about the party (no bad table assignments here!) and still get fed. Consider sourcing locally produced spirits or having a bar stocked with a single liquor (whiskey is pretty popular), bitters and colorful glassware so guests can help themselves.

More from The Knot: Help! How Do I Choose My Maid of Honor?

Floral Prints

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Add a pop of color with a pretty floral pattern. Pastel, floral-print bridal gowns were big on the spring runways. Want to stick with white? Dress your bridesmaids in a happy print instead. You could even opt for printed floral pocket squares for the guys to tie the whole bridal party look together.

Spring Greens and Blooms

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Embrace this blooming season in full force. Green garlands of ivy, lemon leaves or seeded eucalyptus will add a fresh look to long feasting tables or aisles. Or opt for flowering branches, like cherry blossoms or forsythia–they’ll add height to your reception tables and make for easy conversation. Take advantage of spring flowers like sweet peas, lilacs, hyacinths, tulips and peonies (everyone’s favorite wedding flower). Choosing in-season stems gives you the freshest flowers and the most bang for your buck.

Estate Gems

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One-of-a-kind engagement rings are trending. Brides and grooms are not only embracing warm tone metals like yellow and rose gold, they’re seeking out unique estate pieces as well. Want a brand-new ring, but love the vintage-heirloom look? Designers like Catbird, Anna Sheffield and Trumpet and Horn are creating vintage-inspired designs that give you the best of both worlds.

Gaga for Gold

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Gold foil reigns! The foil trend — gold, rose gold, sliver and copper — is here to stay. From light dustings to full-on gold rushes, this luxe printing technique can add a fancy touch to an otherwise casual invitation, or can really dress up black-tie correspondence. Bold pops of color are also trending (think: your envelope, a vibrant belly band or a colorful patterned invite backing).

Haute Hair

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If you’re not the veil-wearing type, you’re in luck. This spring is all about the hair accessory. From ethereal tiaras to flowering vines and bridal hats, there’s something for every bridal look. Choose a piece that complements the style of your dress, like a gold-leaf tiara paired with a long-sleeve gown. If you want to modify your look between the ceremony and reception without changing your dress, switch up your hair accessory to something more playful.

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Pastel Underwear Easily Transitions From Spring to Summer

Often called the “Easter eggs of the underwear drawer” (no? It’s just us that calls them that?), pastel underwear offers up a bright addition to what otherwise may be a dull drawer in your bureau. And yes – we of course realize that pastel underwear is typically a spring trend, but with the bright looks from the following brands, you’re sure to wear these pairs well into summer.

The luminescent colors from Jor shine across our model’s gorgeous skin, and have beautiful white accents to highlight the pastel colors. Papi brings us a darker look from their new Summer Mirage Collection, which still pops like a firework. Jor delights in lime green, and Papi tries a purple ombre look for a dark-to-light effect.

On brands Mundo Unico and Sly, the pastel colors are combined, instead of contrasted against one another. Sly’s asymmetrical design is on-trend and funky, and Mundo Unico plays with yellow and blue pastels. The best part of these looks? The zigzag on the pouch, obviously.

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9 Podcasts We’re Downloading This Spring

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These tiny, portable files make for perfect travel companions. They don’t take up space and provide hours of entertainment on the go.

By Berit Baugher for Fathom | It took the Serial phenomenon to unite Team Fathom on the awesomeness that is the podcast. Without naming names, there were a few skeptics in the bunch to balance out those of us who’d been touting their love of the medium for years. But we’re all on the same page now: These tiny, portable files make for perfect travel companions. They don’t take up space and provide hours of entertainment on the go. Here’s what we’re listening to this spring. Some new. Some old. All worth a download.

1. Song Exploder

In each 12-20 minute episode, a musician breaks down one of his/her songs. After listening to the science behind the song, you hear it in its entirety with fresh ears.
Start here: House of Cards Main Title Theme

2. Dear Sugar Radio

The advice columnist who calls you “sweet pea” and urges you to fight your insatiable jealousy, find redemption, and “write like a motherfucker” is actually two people, Steve Almond and Cheryl Strayed, and now a radio podcast. The pair delve deeply, empathetically, and beautifully into questions of nurture, acceptance, loss, infidelity, and love — and help you decide when to hold the reigns or let them go so you can ride out your wildest journey.
Start here: Meet the Sugars

3. Martini Shot

The weekly four-minute KCRW podcast created by producer, screenwriter, author (and Fathom contributor) Rob Long breaks down the ins, out, and insanities of Hollywood. Long is a hilarious guide who pulls no punches in his insightful assessment of the place, the industry, and the myth that is Tinseltown.
Start here: Botoxing History

4. Criminal

If you’re experiencing Serial withdrawal, Criminal will help tide you over until season two. The year-old podcast tackles fascinating stories of those who’ve done wrong and been wronged in single episodes ranging from 11-24 minutes.
Start here: He’s Neutral

5. Gravy

The Southern Foodways Alliance’s 20-30 minute podcast tells the stories of the people behind the changing culture and food of the American South. Whether you’re a native Southerner exploring the way that culture and food meet or just a Yankee looking to live vicariously through Derby Pie and oysters, Gravy will have you hooked.
Start here: The Pie Formerly Known as Derby

6. Meet the Composer

The radio show focuses on understanding the creative process behind the world’s most impressive musical minds. Expert commentary is paired with sound design and interviews for an immersive hour of humor, charm, and curiosity.
Start here: Failure is An Option

7. Planet Money

Economics isn’t all numbers. Every 10-20 minute episode explores the stories surrounding how and why our system works the way it does. I’m not a financial person, but connecting the economy to voices and stories makes it easy to follow along.
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8. StartUp

If you’re into reality television, this is a more tasteful way to get your fix: Eavesdrop on the inner workings of a New York City media startup. It’s entertaining, and you’ll learn useful lessons like how not to pitch a Silicon Valley billionaire and what to do when your team is totally burnt out.
Start here: Is Podcasting the Future of the Past?

9. Decode DC

Need someone to explain the ins and outs of whatever’s happening in the capital right now? Decode DC delivers the inside scoop on whatever’s big in politics right now, from the Ukraine, to free college, to Obamacare, in quick (15-30 minutes) and painless doses.
Start here: Race, Police, and Chokeholds

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5 Things to Spring Clean Besides Your Closet

Ah, Spring Cleaning. The perfect time to clean the dust bunnies out from under your bed and rid yourself of those sweaters that are missing a few buttons (you will never get around to sewing those back on, just face it). While you’re at it, though, you may want to see what else is hiding in that closet of yours…everybody’s got a few skeletons. In the most general sense, spring cleaning is a great time to get organized and donate some old clothes to a good charity, but there might be some other areas of your life that could use a little dusting. My biz is all about shedding old stuff to help make new starts – and here’s a great list of things to help you on your way. After all, the trash won’t take itself out.

Your friends

If your first reaction to this idea was that it’s completely absurd, you’ve got a pretty good support system and needn’t worry. However, if you’ve got a certain someone in mind right off the bat, dump them! It implies that this person is a repeat offender, and probably doesn’t deserve your friendship. Anybody that makes you feel or think negatively shouldn’t be in your life, and you don’t owe them anything- not even cordiality.

Your fridge

When was the last time you really went through your fridge and checked expiration dates? Bad milk, yogurt and ziplocked leftovers have a tendency to overstay their welcome. Clearing them out will make it easier to grab that bottle of wine in the back of the fridge. In short, get rid of that crap and make room for new, fresh things in your fridge — literally and metaphorically.

Your social media

There is nothing wrong with deleting old pictures that just do not reflect your life today, people do it all the time. If you’ve got Instagram snaps with your ex that you’ve contemplated deleting, go for it! If you’ve got twitter uploads that are just no longer funny, trash ’em! If you’ve got embarrassing facebook pics of yourself from high school with a bad haircut, what are you even doing? Forget how many likes these pictures got, do what is right for you.

Your ipod

That is, if anybody still uses an ipod. If you do, chances are, you’ve got some pretty old music on there that you’ll just end up skipping over anyway. Do yourself a favor and clean it up, it’ll make getting to your current jams a lot faster.

Gifts from your ex

Unless you’re still on good terms with your ex, you probably have no use for those random trinkets you received during the relationship. Of course, it’s always up to your discretion on what stays and what goes…but what goes might just make someone else’s day. Ah, spring cleaning…there’s always something to be gained. And we know just the place!

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MAKE MINE EXTRA DRY, PLEASE: Blame on the pre-and-post dinner open bars, or the crowd’s thirst for a George Plimpton-worthy good time, but The Paris Review’s Spring Revel lived up to its billing once again Tuesday night.
As the literary pub’s editors Lorin Stein, Louis Begley, Mona Simpson, Richard Ford, Katie Roiphe, Gary Shteyngart, Kurt Anderson, Tao Lin, Emma Cline and other scribes worked the room, former Massachusetts Governor William Weld recalled shooting the breeze decades ago with Plimpton and Hunter S. Thompson during the magazine’s 62 White Street days. “George and I shared an affinity for three-cushion billiards,” he said with a laugh. “Hunter admired my style because he thought I was more of a dissolute than I really was.
“When I was 17, I worked in Paris near the Place Vendôme. We all lived in Paris and lived and died for that,” he said somewhat wistfully.
Then fellow Harvard Hasty Pudding performer Sharon Hoge buzzed by for a quick hello and to remind him of his collegiate cross-dressing days singing, “Career girls are independent” on stage. Weld explained, “So my preparation for my career in politics was prancing around on stage wearing women’s clothes and high heels.”
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Zig Dual Tip Calligraphy Pen Spring Green

Zig Dual Tip Calligraphy Pen Spring Green


Zig Dual Tip Calligraphy Pens are great for creating beautiful letters and borders. Use Zig Calligraphy Pens for memory books, scrapbooks, photo albums, journals, creative lettering, stationery, certificates, wedding invitations, greeting cards, crafts and more. Dual-tipped; one end has a 2.0 mm chisel tip designed for delicate lettering and scroll work while the other tip is a 5.0 mm size for titles and simple borders. Acid free, lightfast, waterproof, and fade proof, with archival quality pigment. Spring Green.
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Spring Cleaning for the Soul

We all know that this winter has been pretty rough with the seemingly endless blizzards, ice storms and sub-zero weather. But March marks the beginning of spring — the season of change. Mother Nature runs her course, thawing life out of the winter cold and breathing new life into spring. People seem to reflect that same change this time of year as well. Researchers have noted that spring is often a time where people step out of a stagnant and enclosed mindset into a more relaxed state of mind.

But before we can pack away our puffy coats and bring out our favorite espadrilles let’s take the time to make goals for our spring. In the few weeks of cold that we still have left, I encourage you to focus on the goals you made at the beginning of the year (you remember those New Year’s resolutions, right?) and the things you want to rid yourself of moving forward. Here are a few suggestions for some mental spring cleaning before we whisk away into our short shorts:

Sweep out unhealthy relationships: Can’t stop thinking about the ex that wronged you? Feeling hurt by the emotional absence of someone who used to be a friend? Not enjoying the way certain people in your life make you feel? There will always be people in your life that may not be the healthiest friends or colleagues for you, whether that’s in the workplace, school, or your daily life. Realizing someone is not healthy for you is a process. The actual act of cleaning them out, may involve simple habit changes. Unplugging on social media can be a great first step. Instead of unfriending or unfollowing someone specific, spend a couple of days completely off of Facebook and Twitter and simplify your life. If it feels good, unplug even more. Once you stop worrying about that person or people online you’ll start to relax and forget about how they made you feel in real life. If social media isn’t your thing, try to make an extra effort for the friends who do make you feel good. Plan a girls night with the ladies who have stuck by your side, invite a friend who you haven’t had a ton of time for to lunch, allow yourself to enjoy the people who care about you! One of the hardest things to learn in life is how to let people go, it’s hard but if you put your attention on the relationships that actually give you something, you’ll feel better!

Scrub your mental space: We are so consumed by the hustle and bustle of every day life that we often allow things to not only pile up on our desk but also in our soul. Spring is a great season to clean out your mind and let positive, balanced energy in. Try a creative venture; read a new book, take 10 minutes out of your day to work on a craft or do some free writing. Or you could simply allow yourself to find inspiration from the mundane. Do you walk to work? Take a train or car? Why not use that time to listen to a new band or find a podcast that could interest you? Have you ever truly explored your own neighborhood, looked at the architecture, gone people watching? Creativity and inspiration are the best cleaning products for the soul.

Rest and tune up: It’s so easy to be sucked into nervous energy throughout our daily life. Deadlines, dues, family, friends, money, health; it’s needless to say we have a lot to worry about. While nervous energy can help us get things done, it can also do a number on our physical and mental health. It’s crucial for our bodies and minds to rest; the No. 1 way? Sleep. Getting eight hours of sleep per night can lengthen your life expectancy and support your immune system. If sleep isn’t an option, try meditation; 20 minutes of meditation per day has been shown to increase emotional and physical health as well as reduce your risk for heart disease. Seeing as the average American watches 4-5 hours of TV a day, finding 20 minutes will be a cinch! Prioritize resting your body and mind and you will wake up with more energy this spring.

There are a million ways to let spring influence your life. Let yourself breathe, rest, enjoy the people you love, and allow yourself to let go of those who make you feel insecure and unhappy. Get inspired by your world and community and enjoy the soul change this season!
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Spring Step Argentina Black Multi – Womens

Spring Step Argentina Black Multi – Womens


Shipping: Shipped directly from the manufacturer. Delivery will take up to 10 days. Ground Delivery Only! Not available in our Outlet Stores.Item: Spring Step Argentina.Sizing: 35 is a 4-4.5 – 36 is a 5-5.5 – 37 is a 6.5-7 – 38 is a 7.5-8 – 39 is a 8.5 – 40 is a 9 – 41 is a 9.5-10Upper: Genuine Leather/Fabric.Style: This shoe features wonderful loom work design and goring along the outside cuff to move with you as you walk providing both comfort and stability. A colorful textile upper and side tie enhance the overall look of this wonderful shoe. The leather lining and the very well padded leather insole provides the ultimate in foot comfort. The sole is constructed with polyurethane and rubber and provides wonderful flexibility and wear. The color matching leather band along the heel provides a touch of contrast and a single brass tack give a touch of detail. Heel Height: 2 .Sole: Rubber.Heel: 2 inch heel.Lining: Genuine Leather.Origin: Imported.Colors: Black Multi.

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Anna’s Linens Spring Sale Extended! Save up to 83% on Bath Towel & Accessories Collections! …

Anna’s Linens Spring Sale Extended! Save up to 83% on Bath Towel & Accessories Collections! Offer ends 3/15/15. Shop now!

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Stéphane Rolland Couture Spring 2015

Stéphane Rolland Couture Spring 2015

Like other designers who have shown at the Maison de la Radio in, Rolland could not resist including excerpts from radio programs in his show.

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Elie Saab Couture Spring 2015

Elie Saab Couture Spring 2015

The designer paid homage to his native Beirut with a shimmering collection of gowns inspired by the women he saw growing up during the city’s Sixties heyday.

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Where to See All Your Favorite A-List Actresses on Broadway This Spring

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Atelier Gustavo Lins Couture Spring 2015

Atelier Gustavo Lins Couture Spring 2015

The designer worked undulating shapes for fall: big-collared leather vests and long, flowing dresses.

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크랩트리 & 에블린 Spring Rain Scented Body Lotion 500ml/16.9oz

크랩트리 & 에블린 Spring Rain Scented Body Lotion 500ml/16.9oz


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Spring Step Manila Black Wide – Womens Loafers

Spring Step Manila Black Wide – Womens Loafers


Shipping: Shipped directly from the manufacturer. Delivery will take up to 10 days. Ground Delivery Only! Not available in our Outlet Stores. Item: Spring Step Manila. Upper: Genuine Leather. Style: Manila is part of the oil and skid resistant collection. It features double goring at the instep on this slip-on shoe. WIDE WIDTH SIZES ONLY! Sole: Polyurethane. Heel: 1 1/2 inch heel. Lining: Nylon Mesh. Origin: Imported. Colors: Black.

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VIOLET SPRING DRESS

VIOLET SPRING DRESS


เลือกช๊อป VIOLET SPRING DRESS ที่ Zalora ตอนนี้เลย!! พบกับ รองเท้า เสื้อผ้ามากกว่า 500 แบรนด์ ส่งฟรี! พร้อมบริการเก็บเงินปลายทาง
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Ansel Elgort and Ethan Hawke Sizzle in Prada’s New Men’s Spring Ads

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Turquoise and Gold Earrings. The Spring and Summer Trend thats HOT.

Turquoise and Gold Earrings. The Spring and Summer Trend thats HOT.


Turquoise and Gold Earrings. the Spring and Summer Trend Thats Hot. This original design by me is very popular and I’ve shipped these all over the world. The feedback I get by my wonderful customers is that they love them! The styles of these earrings are the latest trend in SoCal fashion and uniquely designed by me. I’ve shipped these all over the world and everyone writes me how pleased they are with them. Turquoise and gold has come back in fashion and they are beautiful together. Genuine turquoise stones surrounded by gold leaf. The delicate turquoise colored beads accent the stones. The earring clasps are gold-filled. Fast Shipping. Earrings: 1/2″ wide 2″ Long gold-filled earring clasps Genuine Turquoise Each piece of jewelry is packaged in a padded floral box with a ribbon. I’m happy to ship internationally and my prices are estimates. If it costs me less to ship it to you, I will reimburse you the difference.

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Wholesales 2014 spring summer new Baby, Kids shoes Children’s boys shoes baby walker shoes XZ-007

Wholesales 2014 spring summer new Baby, Kids shoes Children’s boys shoes baby walker shoes XZ-007


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Wholesale-2015 spring new low shoes patent leather bow shoes Shallow mouth round women shoes hot sale size 34-43

Wholesale-2015 spring new low shoes patent leather bow shoes Shallow mouth round women shoes hot sale size 34-43


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Brownells Music Wire Spring Stock

Brownells Music Wire Spring Stock


1/4 pound rolls in a convenient “Tangle-Free” dispenser for handy withdrawal of any length needed. Mfg: Brownells SPECS: Length varies. Weight 1/4 lb. (113g).
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Wholesale Spring new sweet love cute baby shoes, baby shoes, baby shoes soft bottom non-slip toddler shoes

Wholesale Spring new sweet love cute baby shoes, baby shoes, baby shoes soft bottom non-slip toddler shoes


Wholesale Spring new sweet love cute baby shoes, baby shoes, baby shoes soft bottom non-slip toddler shoes , delivery to : Shenzhen, Guangdong . Garments Co., Ltd. of Shenzhen City, Zhe fruit provide shoes , baby shoes and other products. Source categories: Spot , NO: 16458 , upper material : leather , product categories : toddler shoes for Gender : Female, Age : baby clothes ( 0-1 years old ) , sole material : PVC, Upper height : low to help , tube high: low tube, dress: lace front , popular el
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Wholesales 2014 spring summer new Baby, Frozen Childrens Shoes–1

Wholesales 2014 spring summer new Baby, Frozen Childrens Shoes–1


Wholesales 2014 spring summer new Baby, Kids shoes Children's lace grils athletic sports Casual Canvas shoes HH-288
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Zheng Lei bags baigou new handbags wholesale factory spring and summer fashion wild European and American minimalist atmosphere handbags

Zheng Lei bags baigou new handbags wholesale factory spring and summer fashion wild European and American minimalist atmosphere handbags


Source categories : Spot , Item: rabbit snare drum kits, Brand : still love bags, Material: Other, Style: Korean style , style : handbag , messenger bag , shoulder bag , luggage shape : cylindrical , strap root number : single , openings : Zipper , hardness: the pattern : solid color, whether trade : yes, trade type: export , whether inventory : yes, stock type : entire single , color: black , red, gold charm .
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