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SAVANNAH, Ga., May 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Savannah College of Art and Design President Paula Wallace and Vogue Contributing Editor Andre Leon Talley presented fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg with the Andre Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award at the university's annual fashion show Saturday, May 15.
SAVANNAH, Ga., May 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Savannah College of Art and Design honored Isabel and Ruben Toledo, internationally renowned artists in the worlds of high fashion, style and design, with the 2009 Andre Leon Talley Lifetime Achievement Award Saturday, May 16, at the university's annual SCAD Fashion Show.
DUBAI, UAE, February 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Dubai will be the focus of attention of the fashion world as the high-profile Dubai Fashion 2009 takes off to a glittering start on February 9, 2009.
'Iron Man" stands in all his armored glory, eyes flashing like winking dollar signs. (Well, the movie did gross over $100 million in America when it opened last weekend.) Beside the metallic monster is a sexualized female version, the armor cut away at breasts, belly and thighs.
By Kerstin Gehmlich PARIS (Reuters) - With his 74 years, Valentino is one of the oldest fashion designers around, but the Italian says he's just enjoying himself too much to stop.
By Anna Willard PARIS (Reuters) - Russian businessman Andrei Vinogradov and his wife sat in the front row at Giorgio Armani's spring-summer haute couture collection, watching a parade of dresses costing up to 80,000 euros ($98,200) each.
By Anna Willard PARIS (Reuters) - John Galliano sent out his models in skirts splashed with fake blood and painted skeletons, with crosses round their necks, to the sound of whips and clanking chains in a dramatic opening to Paris fashion week on Monday. "Red is the new libertine ...
By Kerstin Gehmlich PARIS (Reuters) - British designer John Galliano used a "nude" theme and a dramatic light show to bring the enormous glass cupola of Paris's Grand Palais back to life on Tuesday after it was closed for works for a decade.
A tiny glass bead, cut like a diamond with a different color on each side, or a button that took five hours of hand sewing to make. "You just don't find that kind of thing any more," said Francois Lesage, the 76-year-old head of Paris' top embroidery house, Lesage, which was set up by his father in 1924.
- One of a pair of round metal cymbals attached to the fingers and struck together for rhythm and percussion in belly dancing.