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Isabel Marant will open first showroom in Manhattan

A French fashion designer known for her bohemian aesthetic, Isabel Marant, will open her first Manhattan showroom in a space resembling a retail store in the Chelsea Arts Building at 210 Eleventh Ave. he 4,070-square-foot showroom on the 25th Street side of the building has large windows and polished concrete floors.

Isabel Marant Spring 2019 Ready-to-Wear

Isabel Marant has had wanderlust in her veins for decades. Indeed, she practically wrote the book on modern bohemian living. In lieu of boarding a plane for inspiration, however, the French designer bundled her brand into a time capsule for Spring, transporting guests at her show tonight to the last days of disco.


Stella McCartney Will Take Full Control of Her Fashion Brand

Stella McCartney will buy back the 50 percent stake in her namesake fashion brand owned by the French luxury group Kering, ending a 17-year partnership.


The best places to go in Chelsea Market

Chelsea Market in NYC is paradoxically current. Between the ever-changing food options, pop-ups and sample sales, there is always something new.

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Gabriela Hearst,a Sustainable Luxury Brand

To hear Gabriela Hearst tell it, when she started her eponymous line in 2015, “there were too many boring clothes.” The designer isn’t passing judgement for the sake of it, as she includes the former iteration of herself with her contemporary label Candela in this lot. 

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Citizens of Humanity names new creative director

Karen Phelps is to step up as creative director at Citizens of Humanity, and will oversee the design direction for the company’s portfolio of brands.

Phelps recently served as creative director for premium denim labels Agolde and Goldsign, and has now taken on the additional responsibility for Citizens of Humanity, Fabric Brand & Co and Getting Back to Square One.