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Dresslab: si logo

“While I was preparing this article, and I’ve being mulling over it for weeks now, news came in of the capsule collection ofOpening Ceremony with Donna Karan New York reviving the logo trend of the 90’s. So we’ll begin with the

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Dresslab: si logo

“While I was preparing this article, and I’ve being mulling over it for weeks now, news came in of the capsule collection ofOpening Ceremony with Donna Karan New York reviving the logo trend of the 90’s. So we’ll begin with the

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Dresslab: virtuality bites

“The long-awaited 2001 finally arrived. The space odyssey, however, was still light years away. The modem beeped away and ADSL remained a chimera, a pipe dream. A decade on, everything moves much faster and we spend almost as much time

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Dresslab: virtuality bites

“The long-awaited 2001 finally arrived. The space odyssey, however, was still light years away. The modem beeped away and ADSL remained a chimera, a pipe dream. A decade on, everything moves much faster and we spend almost as much time

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Dresslab: the king is dead

“This autumn brings yet another unexpected exit. An enigmatic statement announced the departure of Nicolas Ghesquière from Balenciaga directly following the presentation of one of his most critically acclaimed collections. Keyboards immediately began to smoulder as everyone moved to offer conjectures and

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Dresslab: the king is dead

“This autumn brings yet another unexpected exit. An enigmatic statement announced the departure of Nicolas Ghesquière from Balenciaga directly following the presentation of one of his most critically acclaimed collections. Keyboards immediately began to smoulder as everyone moved to offer conjectures and

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Dresslab: live fashion

“Alexandre Betak, artistic director for Bureau Betak and fashion show designer for Dior, Rodarte and Acne, once said in an interview that there is nothing more boring than the retransmission of a fashion show. In his concern for the telegenic quality of

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Dresslab: live fashion

“Alexandre Betak, artistic director for Bureau Betak and fashion show designer for Dior, Rodarte and Acne, once said in an interview that there is nothing more boring than the retransmission of a fashion show. In his concern for the telegenic quality of

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Dresslab: home shopping

“Internet has become the perfect place for independent designers to give their creations a name. They communicate directly with their clients, without the need for intermediaries that up till now were responsible for placing their products in the best fairs,

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Dresslab: home shopping

“Internet has become the perfect place for independent designers to give their creations a name. They communicate directly with their clients, without the need for intermediaries that up till now were responsible for placing their products in the best fairs,

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Dresslab: kids, the new accessory

When Perez Hilton, the American king of bright colours, launched Perezitos, a new blog devoted to celebrities’ children, it became clear that they sparked as much interest as their parents. Children, that before remained outside the attention of the press, are

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Dresslab: kids, the new accessory

When Perez Hilton, the American king of bright colours, launched Perezitos, a new blog devoted to celebrities’ children, it became clear that they sparked as much interest as their parents. Children, that before remained outside the attention of the press, are

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Dresslab: world of clones

“Fast fashion brands are the new rock stars. Kids become fans of their Facebook pages, buy their clothes and wear them with pride on the net. Pages such as Lookbook, Chictopia, Chicisimo or Trentation are the virtual meeting places belonging to this new urban tribe that

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Dresslab: world of clones

“Fast fashion brands are the new rock stars. Kids become fans of their Facebook pages, buy their clothes and wear them with pride on the net. Pages such as Lookbook, Chictopia, Chicisimo or Trentation are the virtual meeting places belonging to this new urban tribe that

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Dresslab: Fashion compared

“At a time when information travels faster and faster, and in larger packages, we miss the occasional stop at the station of reflection. With Paris fashion week just over and all the unimaginable graphic material available, we still want more.

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Dresslab: Fashion compared

“At a time when information travels faster and faster, and in larger packages, we miss the occasional stop at the station of reflection. With Paris fashion week just over and all the unimaginable graphic material available, we still want more.

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Dresslab: Hello My Name is…

“A few years back, information about designers was scarce. The general public knew about them via the media and professionals could access to their worlds through the press offices that represented them. These intermediaries usually generated an impassable wall, only

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Dresslab: Hello My Name is…

“A few years back, information about designers was scarce. The general public knew about them via the media and professionals could access to their worlds through the press offices that represented them. These intermediaries usually generated an impassable wall, only

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Dresslab: flowers from the past

  “There’s no room for doubt that flowers are the prevailing trend for next season. If I had to choose the item that best sums up this ode to petals and colours, I’d pick Christopher Kane‘s raincoat-dress {1}. With appliqué, laminated

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Dresslab: flowers from the past

  “There’s no room for doubt that flowers are the prevailing trend for next season. If I had to choose the item that best sums up this ode to petals and colours, I’d pick Christopher Kane‘s raincoat-dress {1}. With appliqué, laminated

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