The ‘It’ Girl, Now a Woman (NY Times)
"No profile of Ms. Sevigny over the years has failed to note either her distinctive laugh or the impression that she is little bit coy... It also helps explain why her fashion designs, now sold in 100 stores around the world, have been so successful. They hold the promise of Ms. Sevigny: looking cool without looking like you are trying."
Hussein Chalayan: The man of the moment (Independent)
"This looks set to be quite a month for the fashion designer Hussein Chalayan, who has long remained under the radar... Tomorrow at Les Arts Decoratifs in Paris, the largest retrospective of his work to date opens to the public."
Gap Inc. on the Right Track (Retail Traffic)
"After a few tough years, Gap Inc. may have found the right turnaround strategy... To that end, last year the Gap launched its Web site in 90 new countries and opened its first locations in China and Italy—some of which have already become among the highest-performing locations in the firm’s portfolio."
Kate Moss’ Controversial Gown (The Daily Beast)
"Some might think that in wearing the dress, Moss was making a symbolic statement about Galliano's skill as a designer, his importance in the fashion industry, or even the justice—or injustice—of his being fired."
Where Did the Fun Go? (On the Runway)
"I think in general what’s missing from the Paris and Milan spring shows is a sense of fun... The lack of pleasure is only one casualty of a system that has become absurdly pressure-filled. But its absence is evident in the collections — and what do consumers really want from fashion but something fun to wear?"