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Pro Athletes Might Be the Next Frontier of Celebrity Dressing

Nobuyoshi Araki and Supreme make a zine, and the fashion world takes to Instagram to wish you a happy Halloween.


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Araki, Nobuyoshi In case there was any doubt that the Supreme frenzy would die out any time soon, consider it vanquished. The skatewear brand is teaming up with Japanese artist Nobuyoshi Araki on a new capsule collection and zine.

Casavant, David How a stylist, vintage collector, and former Carine Roitfeld assistant ended up loaning out pieces to the likes of Kanye West.

Fashion Week, London The major fashion houses can’t leave well enough alone, and now, it turns out fashion week can’t, either: London Fashion Week will move venues for the upcoming season. It might seem like a minor enough change, but aren’t things already in turmoil enough?

Galanos, James The CFDA Lifetime Achievement Award-winning designer, best known for dressing Nancy Reagan, died Sunday at 92.

Halloween How fashion’s in crowd did Halloweekend, because dressing up isn’t just for October 31.

Jagger, Gabriel The latest Jagger to enter into fashion is also something of a budding poet. A particularly fruitful subject: his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.

Le-Tan, Olympia Enjoys Japanese erotic art, can’t wait to see Bridget Jones’s Baby.

NBA Basketball might be the next frontier of celebrity dressing, if Elder Statesman has anything to do with it. It wouldn’t be the first sport to get high-fashion treatment, though: DSquared2 designs for the Manchester United football team, while Lanvin dresses Arsenal.

Wei, Liu Chinese artist who worked with Max Mara on its December capsule collection, a rare collaboration for the Italian luxury brand.