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Giles Deacon

  1. trends
    Has Fashion Defied the Hemline Index?The fall collections were full of micro-minis, plunging necklines, bodysuits, and slits up to there. Not exactly what we were expecting.
  2. three’s a trend
    Thigh-High Boots Convince Us Pants Are Out for 2009Thigh-high boots emerged as the hot shoe for fall, landing so far up the leg they doubled as leg warmers.
  3. three’s a trend
    Designers Don’t Think Your Wrists Are Furry EnoughThe big accessory this season is fur gauntlets, the extra-long cuffs that keep arms cozy.
  4. three’s a trend
    Fancy a Shag: Fall’s Fur TrendsThis season, designers sent out messy furs, oodles of lamb, and shearling in droves. PETA, we suggest you avert your eyes.
  5. london rundown
    London and Milan Makeup Artists Can Color inside the LinesWhile colorful makeup electrified the New York runways, beauty was decidedly darker across the pond.
  6. london rundown
    Why So Tame, London?London Fashion Week is notorious for its outré fashion. But this season, everything was so normal.
  7. model tracker
    Jourdan Dunn Is London Fashion Week’s Top ModelLondon’s runways featured a mix of iconic faces and fresh beauties.
  8. mad hatter
    The Opening Night of Stephen Jones’s Exhibit Was Like the Met Ball for HatsSee a slideshow of the fancy British people who showed up in even fancier hats.
  9. viral videos
    Alexander McQueen’s First Love Was a Boy Named TomJust one of many random designer facts in British ‘Vogue’ TV’s year-end reel.
  10. designer tchotchkes
    Cutting-edge Brits Take a Break From Designing ClothesChristopher Kane designed a radio, Giles Deacon is doing stationery, and Gareth Pugh has gone and made a Christmas tree.
  11. london calling
    31 Crazy Looks From London!London’s looks are notoriously off-the-wall. But that’s what we love about those wacky Brits.
  12. trends
    London’s Biggest Trend: NipplesThe sheer trend we saw on New York runways jumped the pond and hit London last week. In droves. Bras, next season, are optional. NSFW, naturally.
  13. why we love london
    Pac-Man and Ghosts Storm Giles Deacon’s RunwayCreative way to bring the eighties back, eh?
  14. beauty marks
    Marisa Miller Shuns the Sun; Braids Rule at London Fashion WeekAlso, Agyness Deyn’s assistant copies her do, and Giles Deacon doesn’t skimp on eye makeup.
  15. loose threads
    Online Retailing Booms Despite Economy; Rihanna Supports Emerging DesignerAlso, Sir Philip Green funds new designers, and Emma Watson hits the front rows in London.
  16. loose threads
    Gap’s New Design Editions Are Now on Sale, and It’s Safe to Go Buy ThemGap’s New Design Editions by guest designers like Phillip Lim are selling briskly, but there’s not a lot of in-store violence. Also: video clips of insane brides, a horrid runway fall, and the lovely Simon Doonan.
  17. loose threads
    Kate Moss’s Complete Topshop Now Online; Donatella Has Landed• Kate Moss’s complete Topshop collection is online: You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll maybe buy. [Topshop]
  18. reviews
    Basso & Brooke, Gareth Pugh Keep London’s Freak Flag FlyingLacking the big names of New York, Milan, and Paris, London Fashion Week is always about creativity. Once designers make a name there, they can move on to New York, as Preen and Jonathan Saunders have recently done. But aside from spotting future stars, the fun of the week really lies in the fact that “creativity” is often just another word for “freak show.”
  19. reviews
    Fashion Report Card: Marc Wows London, Biba Falls Flat Marc Jacobs won raves in New York, but just how well did his smaller line do? London reviewers were not amazed, but they did love the show. Can Giles Deacon continue his reign as the Brit visionary? Has Gareth Pugh gone off the deep end? And is Biba over?