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‘tis The Season

  1. ‘tis the season
    Photos: Well-Rested at Fashion-Week-Eve PartiesSmiling, happy people. For now!
  2. ‘tis the season
    Traveling Solo: A Manifesto for the Modern WomanSociety assumes that ladies are either unsafe, or that they should be pitied, when on the road alone.
  3. ‘tis the season for forgiveness
    And Thus, the Burch Versus Burch Lawsuit Was OverA truce!
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    You’re Not Only Scrooges, You Are ThievesThere’s an uptick in shoplifting this holiday season.
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    Apparently You’re Being Scrooge-y This ChristmasOr you’re just procrastinating on your Christmas shopping.
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    Christmas Gift Spoilers for Victoria Beckham, Suri CruiseIt’s rough being a celebrity during the holidays.
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    Terrifying Things Happened at Saks YesterdayThe shoe sale got ugly.
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    Glory Be, People Are Shopping!Including you, probably.
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    Feds Sieze $76.8 Million of Fake Prada, Fendi, Coach MerchandiseFittingly, the bust was called “Operation Holiday Hoax.”
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    Twenty-Seven Designers Share Adorable Holiday Photos and TraditionsSee Cynthia Rowley pick out a tree with her family, Mulberry’s Emma Hill make a snow angel, and the Vena Cava ladies as children.
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    Ugly, Festive (Sexy?) Christmas Sweaters With Cats on ThemWatch the ugly Christmas sweater take on whole new meaning.
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    Vogue Gifts Showcased In Twee Wicker BasketsThe wicker look: not just for Easter eggs.
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    The Cut Gift GuideFrom aspiring street-style stars to power publicists to photographer boyfriends, we’ve got something that’ll please even the snobbiest of industry insiders this holiday season.
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    Holiday Window Season Is Officially in Full SwingJust in time for all the tourists.
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    Inside Gaga’s Twisted Holiday WorkshopA wonderland of armadillo-shoe cookies, Swarovski-encrusted teacups, hair-bow headbands, rock-candy earrings, and toddler-size biker jackets.
  16. Macy’s Holiday Windows Are InteractiveAnd 3-D.
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    Bloomingdale’s Christmas Windows Have Bags in ThemThey’re the shopping bags of Christmas past.
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    Alber Elbaz Takes Over Tree-Trimming Duties From GallianoYes, there IS a Santa Claus!
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    Lord & Taylor’s Holiday Window Displays Are Full of Tiny Moving PeopleThey’re almost … alive.
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    The Official Countdown to Gaga’s Workshop at Barneys Has BegunThe “retail environment” and holiday windows will launch at midnight on November 21.
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    Saks Fifth Avenue’s Holiday Windows Remain NondenominationalEnjoy in pictures!
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    Bloomingdale’s Holiday Windows Are Filled With Video ScreensAnd Macy’s took inspiration from three different seasonal sources!
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    ’Tis the Season for Holiday Window DisplaysSometimes window-shopping is all you need!
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    It’s Ugly Sweater Time!Check out the latest advancements in knitted heinousness.
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    Designers’ Christmas Wish ListsOne of your favorites wants a velveteen rabbit.
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    Simon Doonan’s White House Holiday Decorations Include a 400-Pound Gingerbread HouseIt takes about 100 people, 400 pounds of gingerbread, and 800 ornaments.
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    Saks Fifth Avenue Uses Twitter in Its Holiday WindowsAlso see the new Lord & Taylor windows.
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    Holiday Pop-up OverloadFifteen temporary shops new on the retail scene.
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    Coneheads, Wayne’s World, and Sarah Palin Land at Barneys New YorkAlso see the Lewis Carroll fairytale-inspired windows at Bergdorf Goodman.
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    Video: The Making of the Bergdorf Goodman Holiday WindowsWe visited the Bergdorf workshop and stepped inside the windows for a behind-the-scenes look.
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    ’Tis the Season for Holiday WindowsWe’re going around to all the department stores for a reason other than shopping — the windows.