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Iconic Fashion in Film.

Marie Claire takes a look at some of most memorable fashion in cinema. Here are a few - Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Misfits, Bonnie & Clyde, Annie Hall and Atonement.

British Vogue turning 100.

The National Portrait Gallery Celebrates Vogue. 2016 marks British Vogue’s 100th year with an exhibit of over 200 prints at the National Portrait Gallery.

Jessica Minh Anh.

Jessica Minh Anh is a model and a fashion show producer, known for the fabulous backdrops she uses, her theatrical shows are always inspired. This past summer she put on the world’s first solar-powered fashion show at Gemasolar in Spain. Below are some of the pics from that show and others.

Russian Fashion Week, 2016.

See all the fun and fabulous designers that participated in the fashion week and get the wrap up from Vogue. Below are Pirosmani, Viva Fox, Saint-Tokyo, Yasya Minochkina and Alena Akhmadullina.

















Seoul Fashion Week & Christian Dior.

Take a look at Seoul fashion week www.seoulfashionweek.org or get the recap from Vogue. Also, as the news hits of Raf Simons leaving Christian Dior, Vogue looks at some of his beautiful work used in the magazine.

Trends.

Take a look at the beautiful, fun and flirty fashion in the Spring 2016 Trend Report in www.vogue.com. Here are a few of the trends we can look forward to or dread!















Fashion Week, Paris 2015.

Here are a few pics from Paris fashion week. See the designers collections at www.vogue.uk and www.vogue.com.































Milan Fashion Week, 2015.

Here are just a few pics from Milan's fashion week at British Vogue. The photos from top to bottom are Giorgio Armani (2pics), Arthur Arbesser (2pics), Missoni (2pics), Salvatore Ferragamo (2pics) and Dolce & Gabbana (2pics).














London Fashion Week, 2015.

Check out the designers and trends from this fashion week in London at British Vogue.











F.I.T. Museum.

September 18th - December 5th 2015. Susanne Bartsch, had a boutique in Soho and was an event producer who’s parties made her a NYC icon in the 80’s. Known for her edgy, outlandish style the exhibit has designs by Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier, The Blonds and many more!




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