John Galliano, the fashion designer sacked from Dior following an antisemitic rant in 2011, has appeared in a talk alongside Rabbi Barry Marcus of the Central Synagogue in London as he seeks to make amends.
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Photo: Columbia Spectator Fed up with her school's inaction after her rape, Columbia University student Emma Sulkowicz is channeling her frustrations into art. The senior, who is majoring in visual arts,
Miuccia Prada discusses fashion, art and Prada with Cathy Horyn Milan, late May: The design home of Miuccia Prada never looks more like a factory in an Italian neorealist film than it does in the off-season
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In 2001, seven years before he died, Yves Saint Laurent agreed to be filmed by documentary-maker David Teboul for a rare behind-the-scenes look at his work. In the opening scene, watching a slideshow family
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