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John Bartlett

  1. meggings
    Yes, Men Are Actually Buying Leggings for FallBlame the blogs. Or labels like Uniqlo, Givenchy, or John Bartlett for designing them.
  2. new york fashion week fall 2012
    New Fall 2012 Shows: Kaelen, Peter Som, M. Patmos, and MorePlus John Bartlett and Obakki.
  3. fashion week preview
    Fashion Week Preview: 99 Designers Reveal Their Fall 2012 InspirationsSee what Yigal Azrouel, Altuzarra, Betsey Johnson, Band of Outsiders, and many more will send down their runways at New York Fashion Week.
  4. loose threads
    Wendy Williams Designs Shoes; Michael Vick Wants Fashion Show TicketsPlus, mini-Kardashians cover the new issue of Teen Vogue
  5. people who are noted
    Marc Jacobs and Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez Joined the CFDA’s BoardThey’re taking the spots of Nicole Miller, John Bartlett, and Richard Lambertson.
  6. sidewalk catwalk
    ‘Sidewalk Catwalk’ Slideshow: 32 Big-name Designers Turn Mannequins Into ArtThirty-two designers take fashion to the streets in an expansive public-art project.
  7. tastemakers
    Alex Carleton Pairs Thrift-Store Flannels With YSLThe designer behind Rogues Gallery and L.L. Bean Signature discusses his latest collaboration, in this week’s Tastemaker.
  8. loose threads
    Marc Jacobs Lands in Time 100; Yohji Menswear Returns to the RunwayAlso, Gilt Groupe launched another sale site.
  9. loose threads
    John Bartlett to Launch Womenswear Capsule Collection; Martin + Osa Unit Headed to ClosureAnd former Monarchy designer Eric Kim is launching his own line during New York Fashion Week.
  10. loose threads
    Claiborne by John Bartlett Folds; Philip Treacy Does ShoesAlso, Tom Cruise tells Katie Holmes when dresses are wearing her.
  11. going saling
    Claiborne by John Bartlett Pop-up to Open in West VillageThe store will open for four days starting on June 18.
  12. affordable things
    John Bartlett’s Recession-Friendly Liz Claiborne Line in Stores This WeekThe first collection by the menswear designer for the company has classic navy jackets and checked shirts, at prices that are wallet friendly.
  13. new york fugging city
    Fashion Week Is All Fugged Up We were such innocents a mere eight days ago. Times were much simpler then; we had hope in our hearts and an unfailing optimism that our job covering celebrities in Fashion Week’s front rows would be like shooting fish in a barrel, minus the ricochet. Even though not as many famous faces showed up as we’d have liked, we managed to come out the other end a very happy, sated pair. After all, we love clothes, Champagne, and sandwiches, and we got a lot of all three this week. Here are some of the highlights and lowlights of our second stint covering the celebrity turnout at Bryant Park — and, yes, of the 37 shows we saw, we did like a lot of the clothes.