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New York Fashion Week: 3.1 Phillip Lim

Video footage from the New York catwalks

New York Fashion Week: Carlos Miele

Footage from the Carlos Miele catwalk yesterday

New York Fashion Week: Carolina Herrera

Footage from Carolina Herrera's runway show yesterday

Shoulder pads bring '80s style to NY Fashion Week

Remember the '80s, when big hair and even bigger shoulders were the height of chic? The designers at New York Fashion Week won't let you forget.

New York Fashion Week: the collections

From the Bryant Park catwalk...

Susie Rushton: You won't find real fashionistas here

From the outside, it's just a group of white tents in a Manhattan square, wedged in on each side by a thick traffic jam of shiny black Lincoln Town Cars. Inside the marquees, it's an outpost of the New York fashion scene in all its glossy, ruthless, self-absorbed glory. Whether it was at the week of autumn shows in February or the spring collections in September, on stepping inside the first tent, the jetlagged British journalist would be confronted by at least three of the following: Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka, in a scarlet skirt suit; a row of fashion PRs with terror in their eyes and headsets clamped over shiny hair; perfectly tanned brown legs atop the inevitable tottering Manolos; the Vanity Fair editor, Graydon Carter, replete with gold cufflinks, striped shirt and tiny wife at his side, gliding through the melee; sunglasses, on everyone.

End of the catwalk: New York Fashion Week changes venue

New York Fashion Week is flouncing out of Bryant Park, its home for 15 years. David Usborne reports on the show that went a frock too far

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The richer EU states will bail out their southern peer

Fashion Week - is it over?

London poised to cut event to four days as New York and Milan outshine catwalk rival

Couture crunch: London Fashion Week

With London Fashion Week facing a cut from six days to four, top designers claim it is being squeezed out of the international calendar. Rachel Shields reports

Thom Browne: The long and the short of it

He broke the rules of tailoring with his dramatically cropped suits. Now Anna Wintour loves him and he's the toast of New York. Thom Browne speaks to Glenn Waldron

Still in 'Vogue' after all these years

Alexandra Shulman took over as editor of the iconic magazine 16 years ago, and still has a point to prove. Yet she doesn't like being a high-flier, she tells Ciar Byrne

Halston remixed

His glitzy designs were worn by starlets who flocked to Studio 54. Now a group of US power-players are reviving the legendary 1970s disco label. Carola Long reports

The jean genies: What's the next trick for Australia's hottest design duo Sass & Bide?

With the help of a mass celebrity following, Sass & Bide launched the trend for skinny jeans and daringly low-cut hipsters.

A closer look at the iconic headscarf

Immortalised by Audrey Hepburn, adopted by Kate Moss - and now the hottest accessory on the catwalk. Josh Sims explores the enduring appeal of the headscarf
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