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Thakoon Panichgul

  1. on a break
    Thakoon Hits ‘Pause’ on His Fashion LabelAn early adopter of “see-now, buy-now,” the designer is taking time to retool his approach.
  2. review
    Givhan on DVF, Victoria Beckham, Thakoon & MoreFemale designers can’t escape the expectation that they’re here to make our lives easier when it comes to getting dressed.
  3. party chat
    Guests Talk Drunk Shopping, Ash-Scattering at Bergdorf GoodmanVera Wang: “It’s a personal voyage.”
  4. party chat
    Photos From Vogue’s Party for Annie LeibovitzPlus Kate Young, Jason Wu, Sylvana Ward, and more.
  5. party lines
    Party Lines Slideshow: Style.com/Print LaunchPlus Jessica Stam, Theo Wenner, Maria Cornejo, and more.
  6. pre-fall 2011
    New Pre-Fall Collections: Thakoon and Thakoon AdditionBoth collections feature Thakoon Panichgul’s signature pleats and draping.
  7. party lines
    Weary Fashion Designers and Perky Celebrities Come Out for Anna Wintour’s Big Fashion ShowWe chatted with Anna Wintour, the Proenza Schouler designers, Leighton Meester, Seth Meyers, and more at FNO: The Show.
  8. the anti-bling
    Thakoon Unveils Pearl Line for TasakiAnd pearls are cool again.
  9. model tracker
    Chanel Iman and Jourdan Dunn Used to Feud, Sort OfThe fashion industry tore them apart!
  10. loose threads
    Hermès Sales Jump 12 Percent; Barack Obama’s Pants Too Long?Also, Isabeli Fontana stars in Roberto Cavalli’s fall campaign.
  11. awards
    Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists Include Ohne Titel, Sophie ThealletAlso, Waris Ahluwalia, Patrik Ervell, and more!
  12. awards season
    The CFDAs Are Here! Do You Know Your Nominees’ Work?Here’s a review of fall looks from some of the men’s, women’s, and accessories nominees.
  13. retail therapy
    Now You Can Buy Thakoon’s New LineSix looks from Thakoon Addition are now available on Shopbop.com.
  14. mobama watch
    Narciso Rodriguez and Maria Cornejo Defend Michelle Obama’s Decision to Wear Smaller Labels, Expensive ClothesWould you expect any less from the people who dress her?
  15. copyfights
    Maria Cornejo Lobbies for Copyright Protection, Might Want a Diffusion LineThe designer blogs about her recent trip to Washington, D.C., with Jason Wu, Narciso Rodriguez, and Thakoon Panichgul.
  16. save fashion
    Michelle Obama’s Favorite Designers Seek Fashion BailoutThe industry is sick of knockoffs and department-store recession sales.
  17. loose threads
    Layoffs at Valentino; Michelle Trachtenberg Doesn’t Want to Pay for ClothesAlso Thakoon Panichgul is so tired from Fashion Week he’s repeating outfits.
  18. fashion week preview fall 2009
    The Fall Collections in a WordRead ahead for the singular word that sums up fall 2009 for Oscar de la Renta, Proenza Schouler, Phillip Lim, and more.
  19. studio visit
    Video: Thakoon Panichgul Studio TourThe designer dishes on Michelle Obama and shows off his new line.
  20. political style
    Can Michelle Obama Save America’s Fashion Industry?She can probably help a little bit.
  21. first looks
    Check Out Thakoon’s New LineImages of Thakoon Addition are out.
  22. quotables
    Thakoon Panichgul Not Pandering to the EconomyHis new line, Thakoon Addition, wasn’t conceived with These Economic Times in mind.
  23. targeted
    Thakoon for Target Launches Christmas DayWhich means you can dress like Michelle Obama for New Year’s.
  24. run through
    Breaking: Thakoon to Do a Target Collection!Word is the designer is on tap for a Target partnership.
  25. cult of personality
    Everyone Wants to Dress Michelle ObamaA horde of famous fashion designers are fawning over the woman (and her height!) after meeting her at a fund-raiser held in her honor.
  26. party lines
    Bush Twin Misses Seeing Amanda Lepore NakedThere was a sort of joy in the air at the Proenza Schouler after-party at Beatrice Inn. (And a lot of smoke — even the dubious Romanians who’ve been everywhere this Fashion Week had to take their cat and go home.) The designers had all shown and were drinking merrily. Upstairs, the dance party went on under disco lights till the wee hours of the morning.