The French fashion house of Christian Lacroix, considered one of the country's most creative contemporary designers, is near bankruptcy, the daily Le Figaro reported Thursday. Management of the fashion house said last Friday the business could no longer pay its bills, according to Le Figaro. A commercial court is to decide next week whether to declare the company bankrupt and liquidate it to pay off its debts. However, shareholders have said they want to keep the fashion house afloat and will present a rescue plan to the court. Like many luxury goods businesses, the Lacroix fashion house was severely affected by the recession, losing 10 million euros in 2008 on turnover of 30 million euros. And business was even worse this year. Sales of Lacroix's ready-to-wear summer collection for women are down 35 per cent. It remains unclear if the next scheduled ready-to-wear fashion show, set for July, will be held. Company head Nicolas Topiol said the company was particularly suffering from the downturn in the United States and Japan, its two most important markets. Despite reaping lavish praise for Lacroix's opulent and theatrical creations, the business never made money in its 32-year-history. That is why French luxury group LVMHsold it in 2005 to the Falic Group, the second-largest US duty-free retailer. The new owners invested heavily in the couture business, running up its debt. Lacroix, 58, who designed the wedding dress of singer Christina Aguilera, is contractually obligated to continue working for the label that bears his name until next year.
Source: Earth Times
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The audience of Bucharest is now granted the opportunity to enjoy high-class events in the fields of fashion and garments, various presentation and manufacturing ideas, exquisite fashion shows, photography exhibitions and other surprising events during the second edition of the “Bucharest – Paris Bridge” Festival that started in Bucharest on Wednesday night and is due to take place until May 31.
This year’s edition of the festival is an impressive one, with new events, numerous guests and more events. A new idea for this year’s edition is a fashion fair organized by the French Institute of Bucharest, an edition targeted on the presentation of creations by young Romanian fashion designers. This year’s theme of the festival is the wedding. “I consider appropriate that the 2009 edition of the “Bucharest – Paris Bridge” festival has selected this fortunate theme, in a period when the main conversation topic is the economical crisis. We must never lose our faith in renewal,” the French Ambassador to Bucharest Henri Pasul declared. Another novelty brought by the festival is the competition entitled “Espoir mode,” dedicated to young artists, providing these the opportunity to present their own creative vision, expressed in clothes’ collections.
The young designers selected in the “Espoir mode” competition are Andra Clitan from Bucharest, Popoviciu Laura from Oradea, Istvan Cimpan from Cluj and Anca Ioana Petrea from Braila. The Four designers were selected by a jury of French and Romanian fashion experts, presided by Doina Levintza, and are considered as representative for the young Romanian fashion. They will be granted a chance to exhibit their collections to the French Institute of Bucharest, and the creations of the artist who will win the final stage of the competition will be exhibited and promoted by the new residence of the French Fashion Institute in Paris during the Fashion Week of March 2010.
Not only young designers will exhibit their works during the festival, but also consecrated names of fashion. Richard Rene, the French designer invited to this edition of the festival, will present a haute – couture collection in Bucharest, as a preview to the presentation in Paris. Richard Rene has worked as an assistant for the famous Jean – Paul Gaultier.
The fashion fair at the French Institute will host creations by 30 young Romanian designers.
The French Institute will also host the broadcast of a documentary that presents a work day in the workshop of the famous designer Yves Saint Laurent and the film “Coco Avant Chanel,” starring Audrey Tautou.
Source: Nine O'clock
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Slowly, but surely, it looks like some international retail names are starting to figure it out: Belgrade, the capital of serbia, is a very interesting city with a lot of potential.
Almost exactly two months ago, Usce Shopping Center opened its doors in Belgrade, introducing a dozen of new brands such as Mandarina Duck, Stiefelkoenig, Big Bang, Tosca Blue, JLo (Jennifer Lopez), Brown Shoes. Usce Shopping Center also introduced french brands such as Promod, one of
French biggest fashion store chains present in 760 outlets in 47 countries, and Prenatal, the largest chain of stores specialized in the sale of products for mothers and children, established in 1947 in France.
The lastest example is Sergent Major, one of French biggest fashion store which dresses children aged from 0 to 14 with cleverly designed, cheerful garments that are colourful and easy to wear. With 150 stores in France, the network Sergent Major continues its development in Serbia with a new opening in Belgrade. Sergent Major opened its doors on May 23, Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra 94. Serbian Delta Fashion company is representing the brand Sergent Major in Serbia and also in Montenegro. The first Sergent Major shop in Montenegro will be opened in Podgorica, within the Delta City Shopping mall.
It seems that more international retail brands are realizing that they can win a lot in the Serbian market. The main thing is that Serbia, as far as the region is concerned, plays a very important role. Serbia is not a small market. There is a huge potential because Serbian market is not fully distributed, so there is a lot of room for new players and new investors.
Source: Rant Rave
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The film HOME is a hymn to the Earth, an appeal for people to act intelligently and to better work out, analyze and understand our common history. HOME is a succession of aerial images that have been filmed in more than fifty countries around the world accompanied by a voice-over offering constructive hindsight into major environmental and social challenges facing our world. Directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and produced by Luc Besson (Elzévir Films and EuropaCorp), the film will be released worldwide on June 5, 2009 – World Environment Day – in cinemas, on television, DVD and the Internet. The aim of this simultaneous global broadcast is to enable as many people as possible to watch the film together. Its unique benefit will be to increase awareness of our profound responsibility towards the planet, with all profits donated to GoodPlanet.org. GoodPlanet.org is a non-profit association created by Yann Arthus-Bertrand in 2005. The association develops numerous projects whose shared objective is to inform people about the different aspects of sustainable development and to request each and every person to think beyond the development of our planet – and to the future of its inhabitants. Source: Fashion & Runway
The film HOME is a hymn to the Earth, an appeal for people to act intelligently and to better work out, analyze and understand our common history. HOME is a succession of aerial images that have been filmed in more than fifty countries around the world accompanied by a voice-over offering constructive hindsight into major environmental and social challenges facing our world. Directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand and produced by Luc Besson (Elzévir Films and EuropaCorp), the film will be released worldwide on June 5, 2009 – World Environment Day – in cinemas, on television, DVD and the Internet. The aim of this simultaneous global broadcast is to enable as many people as possible to watch the film together. Its unique benefit will be to increase awareness of our profound responsibility towards the planet, with all profits donated to GoodPlanet.org.
GoodPlanet.org is a non-profit association created by Yann Arthus-Bertrand in 2005. The association develops numerous projects whose shared objective is to inform people about the different aspects of sustainable development and to request each and every person to think beyond the development of our planet – and to the future of its inhabitants.
Source: Fashion & Runway
Madeleine Vionnet, the French fashion designer and queen of the bias cut is synonomous with French chic eveningwear. According to style.com "A major retrospective of the designer's work opens at Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris next month, and come October the house itself will rise from the ashes"
This spring make like the French and don a beautiful French fashion style bias cut gown for an evening out or just vamp up your daytime style with additional accessorizing or just creating the put together look you always wanted with crisp slacks and beautfiul tops.
Don't forget to add some simple make up for the finishing touch that will give you the effortlessly chic look you were looking for!
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Karl Lagerfeld delayed the start of the Chanel 2010 Cruise show by two hours.
One of the most prominent fashion designers for Chanel decided to delay the show because he wanted to wait for the sunset, to make the experience better.
Any way you look at it, it seems that Karl has gotten used to being late for events. He was two hours late to a dinner made in his honour only a night earlier, only to be awarded by ovations for his efforts.
Obviously, fashion lovers are able to forgive everything. According to some claims, some editors remained standing, despite high heels, only to be present at the show.
So the show was perfect in the end. All of the creations were worn by Marchesa Casat. It was a spectacular show.
And now the fashion sorority is again turning to the fishnet-clad cabaret singer for inspiration. Not only is tuxedo-dressing back in the spotlight, so too are flapper dresses, sequins, white shirts, tailored micro shorts, hot pants, bows and feathers.
Given the array of vaudeville-inspired garments on the racks, it is hardly surprising we are mixing our white shirts with our bow ties, tiny shorts and fishnets, and our tuxedo jackets with our sequined skirts and dresses.
In fact, the current cabaret looks merge the androgynous Emcee - all top hats, tails and heavy make-up - and the seductive Sally Bowles - in suspenders, eyelashes to-die-for, and that black bowler.
All this divine decadence was highlighted in a knock-out beauty spread in the June issue of UK Vogue. Featuring Canadian model Jessica Stam and shot by photographer Patrick Demarchelier, it showcased eyes that shimmered and sparkled in silver and gold, sequinned shorts, hot pants, feathered capes, stay-ups, bowler hats, and glitter shoes.
It is not surprising that Cabaret's style has infiltrated UK collections, given that John Kander and Fred Ebb's hit musical has been revived in the West End. But the steamy costumes of the Kit Kat Klub are also inspiring local designers.
Whatever the reason for the current fashion Zeitgeist, there is no denying its cabaret roots. Sydney label Ksubi has credited French cabaret singers among the inspirations for its latest collection of sexy, structural swimwear and corsets, fashioned from lace and leopard prints.
New Zealand label Sylvester - all ruffled knickers, tuxedo jackets, fishnets and bowler hats - has also taken its cues from cabaret stars of bygone eras.
Meanwhile, Sydney labels Milk & Honey and This is Genevieve have also channelled a kind of fashion hybrid of Emcee and Sally Bowles - all top hats, canes, sequins, and dancing shoes.
Source: WA Today
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The 'Revolutionary Road' actress - who has been working with the French beauty brand since 2007 - will star in advertisements for two new ranges, Renergie skin care and L'Absolu Rouge make-up, from July.
No further details of the campaigns have been released, including who will shoot the new adverts.
Meanwhile, Coty Inc - who produce perfumes for supermodel Kate Moss and 'Sex and the City' actress Sarah Jessica Parker - have announced they will be producing a new fragrance for designer Jil Sander, called 'Jil'.
Julia Restoin Roitfeld, the daughter of French Vogue director Carine Roitfeld, will be the face of the new product which will be available from August.
Photographer Jan Welters will be behind the campaign.
Jil recently announced she is to become creative director of Japanese retailer Uniqlo, marking her return to the fashion industry.
The German designer had previously not worked in fashion since 2004, when she left her eponymous label - which the Prada Group bought 75 per cent of in 1999 - following a disagreement with Prada CEO Patrizio Bertelli.
Launched in 2005, Edun aims to promote sustainable development and fair trading by selling T-shirts and dresses in organic cotton made in countries such as India, Peru, Uganda, Kenya and Lesotho.
Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
"We are proud to contribute to the operational development of Edun and to the improvement of living standards of local communities," LVMH Chief Executive Bernard Arnault said in a statement.
The French group's other fashion brands include Celine, Kenzo, Donna Karan and Louis Vuitton.
Bono, whose real name is Paul Hewson, is the lead singer of rock band U2 and an active humanitarian campaigner, nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
"With LVMH, we can step up (Edun's) development, giving greater stability to our suppliers and the local communities they support," Bono said in LVMH's statement.
Edun will maintain its headquarters in Dublin and a subsidiary in New York. Mark Weber, head of Donna Karan International, will supervise LVMH's investment for the French luxury group.
As he announced the Edun deal, Arnault said trading in April was broadly in line with the level seen during the first quarter, with a slight improvement in wines and spirits.
Asked about the group's operations overall, Arnault told Reuters: "It is in line with the first quarter."
Jean-Jacques Guiony, LVMH Finance Director, later told Reuters there had been a slight improvement in wines and spirits particularly in Cognac sales, which made up about half of the unit's sales.
But conclusions could not be drawn based on one month's trading, he added.
Moet Hennessy, LVMH's wines and spirit unit, saw revenue drop 22 percent in the first quarter on a like-for-like basis.
Hennessy volumes alone were down 21 percent.
Arnault added that Diageo, which still owns 34 percent of Moet Hennessy, was not planning to sell its stake.
"To my knowledge, our partner is not looking to sell its stake, so the question is not on the agenda," he said.
Last month, LVMH denied it was in talks to sell control of Moet Hennessy to Diageo, attempting to quash market rumors the two groups were preparing a deal. Industry observers at the time said they believed Diageo appeared more keen on fully owning Moet Hennessy than LVMH was on selling.
Citing analysts who expect to see green shoots of recovery next year, Arnault forecast market conditions would improve faster in the United States than in Europe.
"The economy will have to pick up again," Arnault said.]
Source: Reuters UK
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But Rob better beware of Paris. Not the beautiful French capital, but celebrity party queen Paris Hilton. She’ll be there as well, and she could try to throw herself at Rob – again. Paris made a major play for him, earlier this year, but the 23-year-old British actor blew her off.
The festival opened today (May 12), with Disney/Pixar's 3D movie “UP” leading off the show. Rob will be taking in the scene for the first time as a major star in his own right. But this year’s festival is likely to be somewhat more subdued.
While some regular showbiz parties have been cancelled, the fashion brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Chopard (as co-sponsors) and D Squared will be hosting events on or just off the Croisette, the vacation Mecca’s main promenade.
Rob, who by now is familiar with major red carpet events – he attended the Oscars for the first time this year as well – will rub shoulders with the likes of former President Bill Clinton and Pop diva Mariah Carey, who will be there to promote “Precious,” her new film.
Regulars like Sharon Stone, Donatella Versace and movie executive Harvey Weinstein will also be town, where many deals get made
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will be among stars to watch. Brad will be there to promote Quentin Tarantino's World War II drama "Inglourious Basterds." Brad is starring in the film, one of 20 in the main competition for the coveted Palme d'Or, given for best picture.
Academy Award-winner Penélope Cruz, who appears in the movie “Broken Embraces,” will also be there. Now she’s Rob’s type. The film is directed by Pedro Almodovar and will be competing for the grand prize.
Actress Robin Wright Penn, a member of this year’s jury panel, will be making her first public appearance since breaking up with her estranged husband Sean Penn, who judged the competition last year.
Rob is expected to spend some time helping to shop a new film called "Remember Me," directed by Allen Coulter and produced by Nick Osborne and Trevor Engelson.
The film will be presented to a number of buyers at the festival, along with three other titles from Summit Entertainment, which produced “Twilight.”
Shooting will begin this summer in New York. Pattinson will take a break from the shooting "New Moon" and "Eclipse" to make the picture. "New Moon" wraps shooting in May while "Eclipse" begins in August.
Source: The Improper
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Even French fashion show like Barbara Bui (French designer) on a RTW collection 2008 Spring/Summer introduce big sandals that is truly trendy and fashionable.
The two must-have styles are clearly cousins, but there’s been an evolution, thanks in part to chunky platforms, woven textures and more sex appeal.
The “it” bag has been replaced by the “it” shoe, says Nicole Fischelis, the group vice president of ready-to-wear fashion for Macy’s. “The aggressive shoe is not a new phenomenon. It’s been on the runway for a few seasons, but it’s more apparent because of the rocker-chick kind of mood that’s coming back into fashion.”
But skinny jeans and a leather jacket aren’t the only way to wear it. These shoes have an “opposite attraction” with delicate, feminine dresses, too.
Tastemakers say aggressive shoes go from daytime to evening, casual to dressy, sexy to serious. This flexibility gives them legs as a long-term trend. Macy’s and Nine West report swift sales.
The dramatic, femme-fatale shoe perfectly offsets some of the menswear-inspired fashion coming down the pike later in the year, she says. “As we look toward fall, you’ll see in fashion a lot of androgyny with the boyfriend jacket, and boyfriend jeans with a ruffled blouse — and killer shoes.”
For the warmer weather, Swennen likes aqua, yellow or silver shoes worn with black, or darker hues paired with crisp white or sandy beige clothes.
The silhouette works with knee-length skirts, Bermuda shorts and both wide- and skinny-leg pants, according to Swennen, but stay away from short shorts or maxi dresses — the proportions just aren’t right.
Source: Hattiesburg American
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"When I see other women carrying a Birkin in a color that I want, I get bag envy," says the 32-year-old chief executive of luxury retail Web site savoir-faire.com. "The more you can't have something, the more you want it."
The French fashion house, which was founded in 1837 as a saddle maker, has eschewed many of the strategies followed by others in the industry.
While bigger designer brands such as Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Armani have pursued fast growth, expanding rapidly in emerging markets and reaching out to a younger, hipper clientele with trendy products and advertising, Hermès has taken a sleepier approach to the business -- even in times of economic prosperity.
Hermès also keeps tight control over its retail outlets and rewards loyal clients with private parties, tickets to horse races and yoga sessions.
"We are not fashionable, and we avoid being fashionable, We didn't want to make the brand too accessible. Suddenly Hermès bags were being associated with canvas, which is not what we wanted," says Mr. Thomas.
Source: The Wall Street Journal
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Independent French fashion label Nodus chose Aures to be their technology provider all over the world.
This is what they've said on the interview:
“We were very attracted by the smoothness of the design, and by the originality and variety of colours offered by the Posligne terminals from Aures,” said Nagi Saab, head of communications at Nodus. “The clean lines and modern curves really make a difference as they blend perfectly into the Nodus retail space.
“In addition, the satin-pearl colour of the Odyssé system we have chosen is a perfect match for the fine, soft materials of the goods displayed in our stores. The result is modern, refined and perfectly co-ordinated, an image which reflects our style and brand identity” .
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Along with new ads, the main item in the current effort is a short Internet film starring French actress Audrey Tautou, which is directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet. The movie “Train de Nuit,” depicts a brief encounter between a man and a woman traveling to Istanbul on an Orient Express train.
Tautou follows in the footsteps of cinematic muses like Nicole Kidman, Ali McGraw, Carole Bouquet, Lauren Hutton and Catherine Deneuve who have served as spokeswomen for the brand.
“For me, a woman who wears perfume represents the ultimate in femininity,” Tautou said in a statement. “When a woman has a pleasant or mysterious scent, it adds a little something to her.”
Clips from the film will be used in Chanel print and TV advertising, featuring Tautou. Chanel handles its ads in-house.
In 1921, fashion designer Coco Chanel commissioned perfumer Ernest Beaux to create a new fragrance. Reportedly, five was Chanel’s lucky number, and after five tries, and on the fifth day of May, the fifth month of the year, she was presented with the scent. Or so Chanel’s history says.
Department store Saks Fifth Avenue in New York will partner with Chanel in promoting the brand. Chanel and Saks have created a new arts program at a city school, P.S. 5 (Ellen Lurie Elementary School), which will receive special funding for after-school art classes, supplies and trips.
Chanel will take over Saks’ flagship Fifth Avenue store through May 10 and a portion of Fifth Avenue will be renamed “Avenue No 5.” Seventeen window dressings inspired by the “Train de Nuit” film will feature selections from the brand’s ready-to-wear collection. Indoors, the main floor will have prominent No 5 displays, as well as other locations throughout the store.
Source: Brand Week
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The 86-year-old designer was taken to a hospital in the city of Marseille by a chopper, for such reason of security purposes rather than the gravity of the illness.
It is the second time in less than a week that Cardin has been in hospital. He was briefly hospitalized at the end of last week after breaking his shoulder blade in a fall at his home.
Considered one of the primary designers of the 20th century corp., Cardin counted former American first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and the Beatles among his clients.
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In the catalogue for The Model As Muse, an exhibition opening tomorrow in New York , there's a little story that summarizes the way modelling used to be.
It's a slight but chilling tale from 1920 that recalls the Paris couturier Paul Poiret at one of his presentations saying to a journalist, "Do not speak to the girls, they are not there."
That changed in a dazzling manner in 1983 when designer Karl Lagerfeld hired Inès de la Fressange to personify the image of Chanel. Proving to be the spokesperson who roared, de la Fressange possessed more than Audrey Hepburn brows, nut-brown eyes, a boyish figure and legs. Her perfectly gamine loveliness came with a mouth.
In her biography on evene.fr, France's leading cultural website, her iconic status is neatly encapsulated as "the model who talks."
Last week, de la Fressange, 51, brought her gift of the gab to Toronto as an ambassador for the Roger Vivier label, named after the great French shoe designer.
The brand was launched five years ago, and de la Fressange, who has been on board since the beginning, sets the tone of the enterprise. A director whose image-building responsibilities have ranged from store design to publicity, she is fond of saying that she thinks of herself as "court jester."
That was the way she did things at Chanel. On the runway, her performances were a mix of hammy antics and moments of sublimely understated glamour.
In conversation, she bubbled droll opinions and basked in irreverence and candour. Backstage in 1987, de la Fressange, singing the praises of a Chanel makeup foundation, told me, "It's not a liquid, it's not a compact, it's like chewing gum."
That spacey, offhand humour remains intact. "What important things have happened since then?" I ask at our interview one morning last week at Holt Renfrew where, later in the day, she will be guest of honour at a cocktail party. "Nothing," she answers, "And you?"
But the voice is deeper, the kookiness darker, the willowy beauty seasoned by times not always sunny. The collaboration with Chanel's Lagerfeld began well enough – with him introducing her to The New York Times as "a most elegant French girl, amusing, very chic" – but ended in a public squabble.
In 1989, de la Fressange accepted the honour to sit for the image of Marianne, an emblem of the French republic that appears on postage stamps and busts in public buildings.
Lagerfeld let loose his notorious tongue. He said it was all too provincial, that he couldn't dress a monument and told the press, "There will be no more Inès."
De la Fressange quit.
The next year for her wedding in the south of France to Luigi d'Ursi, an Italian businessman, art historian and inductee into the Best-Dressed Hall of Fame, the bride packed Yves Saint Laurent, Lanvin and Lacroix and, a year after that, had her own label of clothes and home furnishings.
Predicated on her taste – which runs to jackets, shirts, oversized sweaters, pants and flat shoes – her Paris fashion shop, stocked with both clothes and home furnishings, was an instant must-visit, melting even the rancour of Lagerfeld who sent her a congratulatory note.
Then in 1999, she was fired from her own company by shareholders who held on to the rights to her name.
"I fought for 10 years, but I got fed up. I forgot it," she explains with calm acceptance nurtured by a favourite book, The Art of Happiness by the Dalai Lama.
So far, the biggest challenge to forgetting and faith that de la Fressange has faced has been the loss of her husband – father to her two daughters – who died suddenly of a heart attack in 2006.
She resolved not to burden her children with any stricken widow routine, and supports their dreams. Nine (pronounced "Neen") is 15 and a promising actor; Violette, 9, is a fashion maniac.
Mother doesn't mind.
"Good," she says, "Frivolity, talent, beauty. You can't live without them."
But she could happily live without the idea of superiority of French style, though she is thought to be the very embodiment of it.
Last summer, France admitted de la Fressange's to the Legion of Honour. In the January issue of Interview magazine, she said that it was her mission at Vivier to show that you could be "French without being conventional and grim."
As for "chic," she told Wallpaper magazine, "Nothing comes from chic-ness, no fashion, no art. Chic is when you don't have anything left." ]
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Source: People Stylewatch
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But Twitter, just like Seventies NHS-style glasses, has started a recent love affair with fashionistas. Henry Holland, French Vogue and even stylist Rachel Zoe are on there, and here at Times Fashion towers, we have seen our followers surge over 11,000 users in just three months – all proving that its now fashionable to be internet geek. Using our unique knowledge, we have collated our top 20 fashion twitterers. They are a combination of our choices and those recommended to us by our platform-wearing army of followers.
1. Chic in Paris: twitter.com/chicinparis
2. Henry Holland: twitter.com/henryholland
3. InsideDVF: twitter.com/InsideDVF
4. Fake Karl: twitter.com/fakekarl
5. Show Studio: twitter.com/SHOWstudio
6. Liberty London Girl: twitter.com/LibertyLndnGirl
7. Susie Bubble: twitter.com/susiebubble
8. Eco Fashionista: twitter.com/ecofashionista
9. The Sartorialist: twitter.com/Sartorialist
10. The Moment: twitter.com/themoment
11. French Vogue: twitter.com/fashionweeklive
12. Womenswear Daily twitter.com/womensweardaily
13. Dress Michelle twitter.com/dressmichelle and Fashion Obama twitter.com/FashionObama
14. Booth 1: twitter.com/booth1
15. Cut Blog twitter.com/cutblog
16. Refinery 29 twitter.com/refinery29
17. LDN Fashion twitter.com/LDNfashion
18. Emma Watson: twitter.com/mwtsnx
19. Real Rachel Zoe twitter.com/real_rachel_zoe
20. Times Fashion twitter.com/timesfashion
To all fashion bloggers and businessmen, "Let's follow them".
Source: Times Online
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