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  • For San Francisco, a dress becomes a reminder of survival

    For San Francisco, a dress becomes a reminder of survival
    SAN FRANCISCO — For decades, the pre-dawn commemoration of the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 has featured dwindling survivors lined up on a stage at Lotta's Fountain, where those displaced by the April 18 temblor and fire once left messages for loved ones.
  • Jack Spade goes back to the bag to move apparel forward

    Jack Spade goes back to the bag to move apparel forward
    NEW YORK -- Jack Spade made its first New York Fashion Week presentation Wednesday in the Edna Barnes Salomon Room at the New York Public Library. The inspiration: “We titled this collection ‘The Art of Subtraction,’” said the...

    BCBG celebrates 25 years in furry style

    BCBG celebrates 25 years in furry style
    BCBG designers Max and Lubov Azria celebrated 25 years of their label on Thursday at New York Fashion Week by presenting a fall collection that got back to the brand's DNA of affordable luxury and effortless elegance. "How women are wearing clothes is...

    Gilded Age goes Goth-luxe with Edgar Allan Poe-inspired menswear

    Gilded Age goes Goth-luxe with Edgar Allan Poe-inspired menswear
    NEW YORK -- Stefan Miljanic, Gilded Age's principal designer and creative director, presented his fall and winter 2014 menswear collection here Wednesday at the 124 Front St. space that was set to open Friday as the brand's first standalone boutique....

    Selling Detroit museum art to pay civic debt is dumb

    Selling Detroit museum art to pay civic debt is dumb
    In a bizarre letter to the New York Times this week, retired museum director Frank Robinson mischaracterized the problem being faced by the Detroit Institute of Arts in the Michigan city's ongoing bankruptcy drama. Addressing what he called an “...