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Topic - Glenda Bailey
Christian Dior has named Belgian designer Raf Simons as its new artistic director, seven months after its icon, John Galliano, was convicted by a Paris court for drunken anti-Semitic ravings.
Marc Jacobs closed the curtain on New York Fashion Week with a dance hall theme that confirmed some trends for spring and created new ones with a mix of cellophane effects, Western-style shapes and drop-waist dresses.
Marc Jacobs. Calvin Klein. Ralph Lauren. Spring previews wrap up Thursday at New York Fashion Week with shows by some of the most influential designers in the business before the industry moves on to the runways of London, Milan and Paris.
Marc Jacobs closed the curtain on New York Fashion Week with a dance hall theme that confirmed some trends for spring and created new ones with a mix of filmy fringe, Western-style shapes and drop-waist dresses.
As editor-in-chief of Harper's Bazaar, Glenda Bailey has seen some pretty fantastic things - "epic moments," she calls them.
"I'm sure Raf's New Look for Dior will be incredible and we can't wait to see what he creates," said Harper's Bazaar editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey in an e-mail.
"In reality, she's not that high off the ground, but it looks like she's risking life and limb, and that's what you want from a fashion magazine. You want to dream. You want to be aspirational and uplifting - literally in this particular case," Miss Bailey said.