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Lara Stone for Vogue China (December 2010)

Lara Stone is a dream on the cover of the latest issue of Chinese Vogue.

Mr. Ford Returns for American Vogue by Sarah Mower and photographed by Steven Miesel

Tom Ford finally reveals his much-hyped Spring/Summer 2011 womenswear collection in the December 2010 issue of Vogue.

“I do not understand everyone’s need to see everything online the day after a show. I don’t think it ultimately serves the customer, which is the whole point of my business—not to serve journalists or the fashion system. To put something out that’s going to be in a store in six months, and to see it on a starlet, ranked in US magazine next week? My customer doesn’t want to wear the same thing she saw on a starlet! - Tom Ford

Marc Jacobs is the Michael Bloomberg of the West Village and also its Sam Walton. Jane Jacobs would have loved him, if she wasn’t overcome by conniptions at his oozing influence over her beloved neighborhood streets. He is a colonialist, an extender of brands, and in very good shape.” - Jon Caramanica 

Read 'Monopoly by Marc Jacobs' by Jon Caramanica for The New York Times here.

From top, clockwise: Bookmarc; Marc by Marc Jacobs Women’s; Marc by Marc Jacobs Men’s; Marc by Marc Jacobs Accessories; Little Marc Jacobs and Marc by Marc Jacobs Men’s Accessories.

(via feelsgoodtofeelfine)

Alexander McQueen Aquilano Rimondi Givenchy Couture Jean Paul-Gaultier Davidelfin Davidelfin Gianfranco Ferre James Long Kenzo Lanvin

Green Day, Spring 2010

Green is the color of the day because it’s St. Patrick’s Day, another excuse for alcoholics to drink their brains out. Despite a shortage of this color on the runways this season, some designers felt lucky enough to show it in their collections. However, be careful how you wear it because resembling a leprechaun has never been flattering.

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