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Topic - Anna Wintour
Giorgio Armani was left holding the proverbial bag on the last day of Milan Fashion Week on Monday.
Models packed up and show spaces were dismantled as London Fashion Week wrapped up Tuesday, after five days that saw a flurry of catwalk action, celebrity sightings, and typically fickle British weather that left fashionistas drenched one moment and reaching for their sunglasses the next.
Harry Styles, Bradley Cooper and Naomie Harris led an all-star front row Monday at Burberry Prorsum's runway show, a display featuring luxurious painted jackets and thick wool blankets.
London Fashion Week saw its starriest and most hectic day yet Monday, as Hollywood celebrities turned up at big-ticket shows and rubbed shoulders with fashion's elite on the front rows.
The rain and gale force winds have subsided, at least for now, and that's good for preening and people-watching at London Fashion Week, which hit Day 3 Sunday. Models Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss, who showed up as a VIP, were the center of media attention at a flurry of shows, including Topshop Unique, Vivienne Westwood, Temperley and Preen.
Celebrities, starlets and fashion's elite packed the front row at London Fashion Week on Saturday, as the style event swung into its second day.
Watch out: The humble rubber rain boot has arrived with a big splash at the London fashion scene.
It was once again winter - cold, cold winter - that dominated the mood on the fifth day of New York Fashion Week Monday, with designers presenting variations of warm clothes on a particularly freezing day.
New York Fashion Week ended its fourth day Sunday with a celebration of Diane von Furstenberg's wrap dress, an appearance by Victoria Beckham's family, and Chelsea Clinton popping up at the show for Edun, the Africa-focused line founded by rocker Bono and his wife.
New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art renovated Costume Institute is reopening with a new name: the Anna Wintour Costume Center.
Twelve generations after John Winthrop left England in 1630 to seek religious liberty in Massachusetts, his descendant Matthew Winthrop Barzun will soon return as U.S. ambassador.
Conde Nast is expanding the role of Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. She has been named the company's artistic director.
First lady Michelle Obama will appear on the cover of Vogue magazine's April edition, which is set to hit the stands in the next week or two.
The party's over for Fashion's Night Out.
The U.S. ambassador in Moscow, Michael A. McFaul, warned Tuesday that the ban on Americans adopting Russian children will cripple the Kremlin's ability to track the progress of tens of thousands of youngsters already placed with U.S. families.
She says she is drawn to Alice Temperley not only because of her designs - Richardson calls them "beautiful, romantic, ultra-feminine, sexy" - but because of the designer's unusually kind personality.
Mary Jo Jacobi, a presidential adviser during two Republican administrations, said Wintour would be an unusual choice but possibly an effective one.