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Birkenstock Plops Down a Glass Freight Container in the Middle of Milan

The Birkenstock Box world tour continues apace. Following its European premiere in Berlin and U.S. launch in partnership with Barneys New York, Birkenstock opened a glass pop-up store in Milan. The project involves a mobile retail concept created by architects Gonzalez Haase AAS. A converted freight container is customized at each location in …

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How Alessandro Michele Guccified the Humble Medical Support Sock

Mysticism, hypnotism, Elton John, ice-skater costumes, vintage ’80s embellished shellsuits and Melaine Griffiths character in “Working Girl” were just some of themes Alessandro Michele visited for Gucci spring 2018 ready-to-wear. Yes, to say the collection was eclectic is the grossest of under-statements. Even by Michele’s standards. So rather than trying to dissect the …

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You Can Get the Cool-Girl Sandals Look From NYFW’s Runway for $35

Guess what? You can get the look from Phillip Lim’s spring ’18 collection for under $50. Architect and designer Philippe Starck created a collection of sleek minimalist sandals for Brazilian sandal brand Ipanema that bare an uncanny resemblance to Philip Lim’s style, which recently debuted on the runway at New York Fashion …

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This New Brand Launched Nude-Based Shoes for Men

Freeman Plat, a men’s lifestyle brand founded by Jeremy Sallee that has been Boston-based since its spring 2015 debut, has decided to take on the Big Apple. The premium footwear company now calls New York City home, and to celebrate, it has released a limited edition “Nudetral” shoe collection for fall. …

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Twitter Is Roasting Melania Trump’s High-Fashion Pink Dress

As a former model, Melania Trump can appreciate high-fashion looks. The first lady put her passion to the test today while addressing a United Nations luncheon in New York City. “Whether it is drug addiction, bullying, poverty, disease, trafficking, illiteracy or hunger, it is the children who are hit first …

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