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Trovata

  1. behind the scenes
    Slideshow: Behind the Scenes at (capsule) New YorkFeaturing cool indie designers like Timo Weiland, Claw Money, and Albertus Swanepoel.
  2. copyfights
    Trovata’s Suit Against Forever 21 Ultimately Has No Effect on Knockoff RegulationsTrovata gave up the two-year legal battle that could have resulted in a landmark verdict.
  3. loose threads
    Trovata Settles Lawsuit With Forever 21; Project Runway to Become Video GameAnd Christian Louboutin designs Barbies.
  4. loose threads
    Jacquetta Wheeler Campaigned for Obama; Matthew Williamson Nervous About LondonAnd Inven.Tory in Nolita will launch an in-house collection.
  5. copyfights
    Mistrial Declared in Forever 21 Trovata CaseSo much for that landmark legislation about copyrighting clothing designs.
  6. copyfights
    Jury Deadlocked in Forever 21 Knockoff CaseThey might not even understand what the case is all about.
  7. copyfights
    Forever 21: You’d Need a Telescope to See What Trovata Thinks We CopiedWell, not really — but it’s up to a jury to decide.
  8. copyfights
    Forever 21 Founder Doesn’t Know Much About Her CompanyLike how they gross over $1.5 billion annually? Yeah, she’s unaware.
  9. copyfights
    Trovata Fights Forever 21 With Music, Forever 21 Fights Back With Apple CobblerThe landmark trial over fast-fashion knockoffs has begun.
  10. loose threads
    More Legal Troubles for Forever 21; Karl Lagerfeld Heads to MoscowAlso, Speidi got married this weekend and Spencer looked confused.
  11. lawsuits
    Forever 21’s Ability to Copy Designer Clothes Could Be in JeopardyA lawsuit filed by a designer label against the company finally has legs.
  12. 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.
  13. looks to love
    Our 25 Favorite Looks From New YorkWe pored through all the shows, nearly going blind from all that beige, to bring you our favorite 25 looks.
  14. the other critics
    Critics Pleased by Trovata, Wooed by WuThe shows are on a roll, and the critics have plenty to say.
  15. three is a trend
    Sheer GeniusThe season’s big trend? Showing some skin. Get ready to bare it all.
  16. behind the scenes
    Boarding the Bus With the Models at TrovataBefore Trovata mannequins hit the runway, they took a magic model ride.
  17. cult of personality
    Word Up: The One-Word Inspiration Behind the CollectionsWe asked designers for just one word to describe spring 2009. The results are comical, endearing, puzzling, and enlightening.
  18. show & tell
    As the Tents Turn: Isaac’s Back, Marc by Marc’s Gone, Look Out for Agyness Dean With the collections hitting Bryant Park for the last time (please, Mayor Bloomberg, don’t make us hoof it to the Javits Center), we’re armed and ready for the season’s big changes. London calling: One of Fashion Week’s hottest invites will be missing this season. Marc by Marc Jacobs is now showing across the pond, coinciding with the opening of the designer’s new flagship store. Model down! Runway favorite Gemma Ward is skipping the season to shoot The Black Balloon with Toni Collette. We’re not saying Ward was typecast or anything, but she is playing a pretty young thing. Couldn’t she work in a coal mine? Target hawker Isaac Mizrahi makes his grand comeback with a new collection and show on Monday, February 5, at 475 Tenth Avenue, near 36th Street. Jeremy Scott is moving his often ridiculous, always outrageous show back to Paris, where he debuted in ‘97. We’ll miss the strip-club after-party. After first canceling his show (his “goods” didn’t arrive on time), Stephen Burrows is now hosting a fall press preview. Tara Subkoff and Trovata shows, however, aren’t rising from the dead. Trovata split earlier this year citing “creative differences.”
  19. ask a retailer
    What Barneys Is Buying IIThroughout the week, buyers from Barneys, Intermix, and Kirna Zabête told us which runway looks they planned to stock for spring. Julie Gilhart, senior vice-president and fashion director of Barneys New York, files her final picks.