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Tuleh

  1. lost
    Have the Heads of Tuleh Gone Missing?After some financial troubles, the office has shut down and no one really knows where they are.
  2. eff the recession
    Tuleh May Be Shutting DownAfter canceling their Fashion Week show, the label’s fate remains uncertain.
  3. best of new york
    Spring Beauty’s Technicolor MakeoverAnything goes this spring — and more, it seems, is better.
  4. Video: Fresh Spring Beauty at TulehM.A.C. makeup artist Polly Osmond shows us how to get spring’s pretty pink face.
  5. model tracker
    Arlenis Sosa Is Sunday’s Top ModelSunday finally saw the return of some big-name models.
  6. resort 2010
    Check Out Preen, Prada, and More From the Latest Resort CollectionsPlus, Miu Miu, Badgley Mischka, Reem Acra, and much more.
  7. fashion week diary
    Lynn Yaeger: In Tuleh’s Pretty World, Nothing Bad Will Ever HappenThe veteran fashion critic also muses on DVF’s steroidal pom-poms.
  8. chic for cheap
    Doo.Ri to Launch Lower-Priced Line (Updated)Considering the economy, we only expect to see more of these.
  9. beauty marks
    Face Time: New York’s Spring Beauty TrendsWondering where all the color went on the runways? Oh, hey, we know! On faces!
  10. ask a retailer
    Ann Watson of Henri Bendel Likes Tuleh and Y-3In today’s installment, Henri Bendel fashion director Ann Watson loves Y-3’s reworked classics; DVF’s colors and prints; and Tuleh’s sheath dresses.
  11. loose threads
    Bryan Bradley Sells Tuleh; Karl Lagerfeld Sends FlowersBradley sold a 49 percent stake in Tuleh, Karl Lagerfeld knows how to send fabulous flowers, and Lauren Conrad’s new collection is online.
  12. ask a retailer
    Kirna Zabête’s Sarah Easley Likes Narciso, Tuleh, and Lam Throughout the week, the buyers from Kirna Zabête, Henri Bendel, Intermix, and more will tell us which runway looks they plan on stocking. Today, Sarah Easley, co-owner of Kirna Zabête, shares her picks from the recent collections. She loves Narciso’s coral dress, Tuleh’s caftans, and Derek Lam’s leopard silks.