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  • Designer Directory

    Hugo Boss

    Hugo Boss Pronunciation: He-you-go Bo-s German clothing brand Hugo Boss has been around for almost 70 years. During WWII, the company designed and manufactured uniforms for the Army officials and other governmental branches of Nazi Germany. Despite their nefarious past, the brand continues to offer immaculate business suits favored by many leading male celebrities like [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

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    Imitation of Christ

    Imitation of Christ Pronunciation: Em-ma-ta-shun of Cry-st Created by designer and sometime actress, Tara Subkoff, the designs are described as “painfully hip” and aims to “transform undesirable into desirable.” Think trailer park meets Rodeo Drive. The label is very popular with the Olsen twins and other members of the young, hip, SoHo set. For a [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

  • Designer Directory

    J Mendel

    J Mendel Pronunciation: Jay Men-dell The family owned company, J Mendel, was established in 1800 by Joseph Breitman in Paris as manufacturer of exceptional furs favoured by Russian aristocrats. The company is now a full luxury brand that offers ready-to-wear clothes for women under the helm of head designer and fifth generation heir Gilles Mendel. [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

  • Designer Directory

    Jacobs, Marc

    Jacobs, Marc Pronunciation: Ma-rk Jay-kob-s From coveted handbags to pretty party dresses, Marc Jacobs continues to be one of the most influential young designers in fashion. A media darling, Jacobs transforms the styles you wore in high school (bows, lace, prom like dresses, oversized tops) to styles you can wear as an adult. Jacobs designs [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF

  • Fashion + Style

    Welcome to the New Year: Kathryn’s Fashion Predictions

    It’s a new year and time for my annual fashion predictions. Now some of my predictions are more wishful thinking (Marc Jacobs at Macy’s) than true predictions (cocktail rings and head scarves). But nonetheless, it’s still fun to speculate on what trends will rule our closets in the new year. 1. Cocktail rings and head [...] Read More

    January 1, 2008 by TBF