this week’s sign that the apocalypse is upon us…

actually two signs: Jennifer Lopez is set to show her J.Lo fashion line at 7th on Sixth’s Olympus Fashion Week in Manhattan’s Bryant Park in February. Me thinks this will be along the lines of what Baby Phat does; they do a somewhat stellar runway collection that never ends up in stores. Lil’Kim is jumping into the fashion design bandwagon…
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it’s sale szn


The New York Times has an article about how luxe went online, and as a result, it’s no longer exclusive. I, for one, am thankful. San Francisco has no where near the stores that NYC does, and I miss the lines that stores like Barney’s Co-op carries. So now I can get my fix online.
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other news of the (fashion) world: Patrick Robinson has left Perry Ellis. No word on where he will land. Poopers on them for letting such an incredible talent go! Jil Sander has left her namesake label (again). We can be sure Patrizio Bertelli (Miuccia Prada’s hubby) had something to do with it. Philip Lim has left Development to start his…
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so behind!!!

Hope everyone is getting in the holiday spirit…I am readying for the Spring ’05 campaigns, and it’s getting very interesting: Daria has shot Chanel with Karl Lagerfeld in Paris this past October. Madonna was shooting Versace with her favorite Mario Testino in London last week. Natalia is continuing her exclusive with Calvin Klein Collection. other confirmations: Daria: Missoni Gemma: Dior…
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Donna Karan

Karan took the biggest leap of any designer with her spring presentation, eschewing the colorful, carefree spirit of the season, and moving into a post-industrial futuristic look. She cut her signature suits razor sharp with mesh panels and off the shoulder tops with sleek cropped pants, pencil and pleated skirts. Leather blouson jackets offset beaded skirts with transparent panels, dresses…
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