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Water on Mars

Not since Schiaparelli published his drawings of Martian “canals” has the popular press been so excited about water on Mars. Giovanni Schiaparelli, an Italian astronomer, science historian, and senator, had a good clear view of Mars through his scope back in 1877. 1,432 more words


Vogue Paris Throws Bash

VOGUE STYLE: “I want people to dance, sweat and go back home with their feet hurting,” Vogue Paris editor in chief Emmanuelle Alt told WWD before the magazine’s party… 416 more words


Roksanda Ilincic Marks 10th Anniversary in Paris

UNITED NATIONS: Various British accents — along with Italian, French and American ones — could be heard Friday night at Caviar Kaspia as London-based designer Roksanda Ilincic took over the luxury fashion canteen… 212 more words



Elsa Schiaparelli had a name no one could pronounce but it was a name everyone knew. They simply referred to her as SCHIAP! and her modern, avant garde designs continue to influence and inspire designers today. 310 more words


Ones to Watch at Paris Fashion Week


Dormant for almost 60 years, Schiaparelli is suddenly a beehive of activity, with new creative director Bertrand Guyon set to unveil his first “prêt-à-couture” collection only three months after his high-fashion debut. 1,285 more words

Designer And Luxury

Schiaparelli Postpones Reviews of its First RTW

NOT QUITE READY-TO-WEAR: Citing late shipments of key prototypes, Schiaparelli said it would postpone inviting fashion critics to review its first ready-to-wear collection, dubbed prêt-à-couture. 70 more words

Fashion Scoops

Couture Fall 2015

Couture is less and less each year. Will it ever come back? Will we miss it if it goes away? Is it sustainable? It feels like many designers have taken the drama and theatre once reserved for the couture world into Ready to Wear. 708 more words

Women's Fashion