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Prada's new Inside bag is about to be everywhere. Here's why:
Prada is aiming for style magic. Its hopes its strategy will make its new Inside handbag into a best seller.
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You know you want it. Go ahead. Nude Hose Make a Comeback
After many years in fashion’s backwaters, nude hose are making a comeback.
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Is mutton the shape of sleeves to come? Why a few designers are able to dictate the trends. My column:

Designer Nicolas Ghesquière introduced a ‘mutton’ sleeve shape at Louis Vuitton’s fall runway show that could be influential.
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Why do so many dresses leave us bare-armed in the frigid winter? Funny you should ask. Here's why:
Why don't winter work dresses have sleeves? WSJ's Christina Binkley discusses why designers shy away from sleeves. Photo: F. Martin Ramin/The Wall Street Journal
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Marni, Fendi, Brunello Cucinelli, J. Mendel have luxury bags in goat, broadtail, shearling and mink in fall collections.
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What to wear when you're the boss. My column this week on how Women in Power Know Nina 
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Who me? Couldn't be. So who Wears a $3,074 Bra? My column on La Perla's haute lingerie. 
La Perla’s new haute couture lingerie is a sign of the world’s appetite for ultraluxury goods.
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Suites, champagne, and clothes - luxury shopping for VIPs ... and you. My column this week. Join me!
Luxury labels create elaborate dressing rooms to woo big spenders and keep them shopping longer
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Hollywood Tames the Runway - And how Patricia Arquette got that gorgeous Vivienne Westwood gown. My column:
The dresses celebrities wear on the red carpet often bear little resemblance to the designers’ signature styles.
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Peter Pilotto fights off digital print typecasting - rich jacquards and Perspex for Spring 2015. My column:
Peter Pilotto, a Label Known for Bold Printed Fabric, Adds Texture and Embellishment for Spring 2015
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Hey! Join me at Fashion's Most Exclusive Show, in Capri, with Dolce & Gabbana. Volare!
Dolce & Gabbana whisked clients off to Capri to show its fall Alta Moda collection on an open-air runway. The full weekend of events included fashions that started at $40,000, models arriving by boat, and dancing on tables.
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Who dresses Janet Yellen,  Hillary Clinton, Indra Nooyi, and Elena Kagan? The power-woman's designer, that's who.  The fashion icons worth paying attention to.
Nina McLemore is worn by Hilary Clinton, Indira Nooyi, Janet Yellen and many women in powerful leadership positions. WSJ's Christina Binkley joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to discuss the allure of the Nina look. Photo: Rebecca Greenfield for The Wall Street Journal
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    columnist, 1994 - present
    I'm the Wall Street Journal's fashion columnist. I also write about the arts and culture in general, and even the periodic travel and Hollywood piece.
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OnStyle Notebook: Theory - Speakeasy - WSJ
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Olivier Theyskens must have gone and done a cleanse. His collection for the slightly rebranded Theory -- formerly Theysken’s Theory -- was s

The man behind the YSL Tribute shoe debuts a new line in Paris
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At Paris Fashion Week, and after stints at Sergio Rossi and YSL, Francesco Russo launches his own line of heels

The power suit is back. Strong jackets, made iconic in the 1980s, return...
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Strong jackets, made iconic in the 1980s, returned to fall 2013 runways. Today's looks, though, have slimmer, more flattering lines and lack

What's chic, luxe, and has all the allure of an orthopedic shoe? The lat...
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In one of the stranger recent high-fashion trends, designers are showing flat, wide-strapped sandals for summer and fall.

Fashion Blogger Overcomes Muscular Dystrophy With Style
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If the fashion industry has an award for heroes, Henrik Silvius should get a nomination. Muscular dystrophy may confine the 22-year-old Dane

Paris Haute Couture Shows: The Best and Worst
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The fall 2013 haute couture fashion shows closed in Paris Thursday, and nude was the big trend -- in color, that is.

Peggy Sue Got Trendy: Fashion's New '50s Crush
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For coming seasons, designers are channeling the sort of clothes that Peggy Sue got engaged in: roomy skirts with volume to flounce and flat

WSJ Editors' Picks -- Plus-Sized Shoppers Wall Street Journal Editors' P...
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Fashion Columnist Christina Binkley tells WSJ's Toriono Gandy why the fashion industry is now trying to win over plus-size shoppers.

On the Plus Side: New Fashion Choices for Size 18
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Impatience is growing with the dearth of plus-size fashion options, and some small companies are stepping in to fill the gap.

Dress Ace Roland Mouret Tries Handbags
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The designer, known for his draped dresses, introduced shoes and sunglasses last year and aims to expand. Handbags will begin arriving in st

What Designer Rachel Roy Keeps in Her Bag
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The fashion designer reveals what she carries around town.

Every Scarf Has a Story
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Hermès scarves are designed by a far-flung array of freelance artists.

More Brands Want You to Model Their Clothes
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Retailers from Coach to Lululemon are searching social-media sites such as Instagram for photos of their products and embracing the use of s

James Turrell Brings Light to Lacma
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Within the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, crews have been erecting what will be the most comprehensive James Turrell light-sculpture retr

How a New Scent Is Born
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When Kate Spade's creative team gathered last year to plan a new fragrance, they began with what would really sell it: a name and bottle.

Jackie Collins and Her Custom Jackets
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Hundreds of custom jackets in Jackie Collins's closet await their turn in the limelight. Most were created for a specific appearance and may

The Man Behind LACMA
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Michael Govan is the quiet powerhouse putting Los Angeles County Museum of Art on the map. With a new proposal for expansion, he hopes to ra

What Joshua Bell Has In His Bag
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Virtuoso violinist Joshua Bell reveals what he always carries along with that 300-year-old Stradivarius.

Prada's 'Gatsby' Fashion Moment
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To create a modern feel, fashion designer Miuccia Prada based 41 costumes on recent looks from her own Prada and Miu Miu lines.

Viktor & Rolf on Why Fashion is Extreme
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Dutch designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren—better known by their label's name, Viktor & Rolf—sat down for an interview, discussing run