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In full bloom

Designer Dries Van Noten's prints of flowers helped to brighten a spring 2011 collection that revived some of his favorite silhouettes.

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Paris's crowning glories

OCTOBER 4, 2010  |  

Designers pulled out all the stops to create millinery magic.


In full bloom

SEPTEMBER 30, 2010  |  

Designer Dries Van Noten's Sweet Tart palette and prints of flowers helped to brighten a spring 2011 collection that revived some of his favorite silhouettes.


Pricey punk

SEPTEMBER 30, 2010  |  

Christophe Decarnin showed a spring 2011 collection of torn jeans, studded leather jackets and tattered T-shirts.


The audacity of color

SEPTEMBER 24, 2010  |  

Designers challenged women to make their presence known.


A not so sexy Versace

SEPTEMBER 25, 2010  |  

For spring 2011, the Versace swagger was not at its hyper-confident best during Milan Fashion Week.


A new Theory

SEPTEMBER 26, 2010  |  

After attracting attention (if not sales) during his tenures at Rochas and Nina Ricci, Olivier Theyskens is back with a spring collection for Theory.


A subtle finish

SEPTEMBER 30, 2010  |  

Demure designs from Dolce & Gabbana, Brioni and Armani close fashion week in Milan.

New York

A new beginning

SEPTEMBER 9, 2010  |  

Photos: Fashion Week kick-off

New York

Workingman chic gets a pink slip

SEPTEMBER 13, 2010  |  

Photos: Light-hearted looks in menswear

New York

Video: Flower power

SEPTEMBER 14, 2010  |  

Designer Carolina Herrera unveils her vision for spring 2011, with a collection of florals featuring a Korean twist.

New York

Video: Back to the '70s

SEPTEMBER 15, 2010  |  

The 1970s inspired the spring collection of designer Marc Jacobs.

New York

Plus-size fashion

SEPTEMBER 16, 2010  |  

Internet retailer sponsored a runway show during New York's fashion week.


Poetry in Paris

March 4, 2010  |  
Paris designers Dries Van Noten and Martine Sitbon blend the artful and the poetic.


Female power

March 1, 2010  |  
In Milan, designers such as Prada and Dolce & Gabbana spoke to women's strengths.


A short week in Milan

March 1, 2010  |  
Fendi focuses on fur, D&G attempts chalet chic.


London looks

FEBRUARY 24, 2010  |  
Embroidered black leather from Christopher Kane, too-tight dresses from Mark Fast.

New York

Show's over

FEBRUARY 23, 2010  |  
Fashion Week ends and will leave Bryant Park for a new location near Lincoln Center.

New York

Red carpet-worthy gowns

FEBRUARY 18, 2010  |  
The fall 2010 New York collections are sure to inspire the looks at this year's Academy Awards.

New York

Grown-up womenswear

FEBRUARY 17, 2010  |  
Peter Som, Donna Karan and Marc Jacobs showed their adult side in their collections this fall.

New York


FEBRUARY 16, 2010  |  
For the fall 2010 menswear collections unveiled over the weekend here in New York, a preppy sensibility reigned.

New York

Staying Power

FEBRUARY 14, 2010  |  
There's a long list of less-established designers, such as Peter Som and Rodarte, who seem to have defied the odds and continue to mount shows.

New York

Photos: Ladies in Red

FEBRUARY 13, 2010  |  
The Heart Truth's Red Dress Collection unveiled its 2010 presentation of red dresses designed to celebrate the red dress as the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness.

New York

Alexander McQueen dies

FEBRUARY 11, 2010  |  
Alexander McQueen was noted both for his flamboyance and impeccable tailoring. His death comes just as designers in New York were unveiling their fall 2010 collections.
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2011 Show Calendar

Spring ready-to-wear collections.
  • New York: Sept. 9-16, 2010
  • London: Sept. 17-21
  • Milan: Sept. 22-28
  • Paris: Sept. 29-Oct. 7


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