April 13, 2010
 

Is Fashion in vogue? Only in New York (Magazine)

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Funny how fashion went so quickly out of the New York Fashion Show last week. Some say that's because the Paris show, scheduled to take off in a couple of weeks promises to be a superior demonstration of how to walk down a runway.

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But others think different. Last week's chatter at parties seemed to suggest that fashion is less in vogue ...and marketing is. Thank goodness not everyone in the business felt that way. The one exception to that new rule was the New York Magazine editorial team.

For those few fashionistas still interested in fashion, during and after the show, the best place to view the next season's fashions is the NEW YORK MAGAZINE website, which gets you into the fitting room of each of the 100+ designers who just strutted their stuff. It includes over 1,000 Links, all connecting to fashion content.

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Scroll-downs for Designers, Types, Colors, Prints, Trends, Styles, Influences, Materials, Seasons, Genders and more

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Designers: A to A

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Designers: A to C

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Designers: C to D

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Designers: D to G

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Designers: G to J

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Designers: J to L

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Designers: L to M

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Designers: M to P

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Designers: P to S

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Designers: S to V

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Designers: V to Z

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Of course, fashion shows in Paris and Milan are nothing to sneeze at, though neither of them has coverage that remotely cames close to our hometown tablet, New York Magazine, the one publication always in fashion.

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