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If I were a gentleman, I’d exclusively wear Simon Spurr.

In typical fashion, Simon Spurr’s Spring 2012 collection features his signature attention to tailoring with splashes of modern surprises. Classic pinstripe suits and cool blazers are juxtaposed with leather treatments, splashes of olive and maroon and cheeky mesh undershirts.

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Yesterday morning, guest contributor Dan Chiz and I had the opportunity to fill in with the masses at the Michael Kors SS 2012 show. Packed to the brim, with celebrity guests, fashionistas and nobodies alike, we sat third row behind Brad Goreski (of Rachel Zoe fame) and across from Michael Douglas, Zoe Saldana [...]

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Michael Bastian’s Spring 2012 Collection is a classic take on American sportswear, leaving little to the imagination, sits on the safer side of consumer driven lines. What to expect? Prepster gone hipster: red hues over army greens, fitted blazers and patterned sweaters, snug gym shorts worn by the toned, tanned, legs of models strutting [...]

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Richard Chai’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection was keeping with the trend: bold colors with a lot of layering. Adding a touch of structure with floral prints and stripes, Chai electrified his runway looks with a dose of androgyny. Very modern, clean cut, with coloring inspired by the sea, the shorts were a win [...]

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The Westboro Baptist Church, of “God Hates Fags” fame, has followed through with plans to picket outside of Lincoln Center, the home of New York Fashion Week. “WBC to picket the Slutwalk extraordinaire known as New York Fashion Week,” they elaborate on their website. “Can you say vanity any louder than at a [...]

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As per tradition, Nicholas K, a high-end women’s and men’s clothing line and client of the uber-publicist Kelly Cutrone, kicked off Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week bright and early this morning!

For their Spring 2012 menswear pieces, Nicholas K did not stray far from their signature “desert chic” design aesthetic. In fact, [...]

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Sportswear brand Number:Lab kicked off New York Fashion Week yesterday with a pre-Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week runway presentation inspired by Pablo Picasso’s painting “Bathers With Beach Ball 1928″ [see above left] at The Standard Hotel‘s Highline Room.

The collection was largely comprised of asymmetrical color- and graphic pattern- blocking, cargo [...]

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