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Legendary photographer Bill Cunningham's photography were no where to be found in the New York Times past Sunday, first time in years! Bill Cunningham, age 87, has suffered a stroke and currently still recovering in the hospital. A spokeswoman from New York Times told Page Six, "Bill's family and senior editors from New York Times has been visiting regularly and in regular contact with Bill." Bill is an important edition of the fashion scene in New York. We hope he get well soon.  

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Valentino's Maria Grazia Chiuri = New Creative Director of Dior?

Although nothing has confirmed officially from Dior, Reuters reported that Dior, the mother fashion house of LVMH, will be appointing Italian designer Maria Grazia Chiuri as the new creative director after Raf Simons left last October.  Maria Grazia Chiuri, currently the creative director of Valentino, would be the first female creative director in the 70 years history of Christian Dior. After the most celebrated designers such as Yves Saint Laurent and John Galliano, Maria Grazia Chiuri will join the two powerhouses (Valentino and Christian Dior) together. Sources has mentioned to WWD and other few major publications that official announcement will be made after the couture show in July.  Maria Grazia Chiuri will be joining Dior at its difficult times since sales has...

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How to: Relaxed Tailoring Look in 2016

The London Menswear Collections are a great place to observe the blurring boundaries between classical tailoring and new interpretations from younger designers that make the market today so interesting. Here are 4 key trends of the recent shows:   Military inspirations are nothing new, but what’s interesting here is how smart and luxurious classics contrast with oversized, slouchy silhouettes and unexpectedly curved lines.   New relaxed tailoring silhouettes perfectly serve the modern expectation to look smart, be comfortable and have the ability to blend between wearable occasions all with a contemporary sporty attitude.   A much more flamboyant interpretation still focuses on luxuriant fabrics, large statement patterns and an occasional grungy undertone.   Lastly, 70s influence still remains relevant and pairs new proportional spins with conventional retro shapes....

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