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Designer Monique LHuillier On Her Lasting Marriage With Fashion

Let them eat (wedding) cake! Slicing through more than two decades in business, designer Monique Lhuillier’s eponymous label, which started in 1996, is coming up on 21 years.

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Designers Peter Pilotto And Christopher De Vos Venture Beyond In Search Of The Unexpected.

“We don’t look at being two creators as a challenge—it is a benefit. There is a dynamic tension at times, which is what is sometimes needed to bring a collection to the next level,” says Christopher De Vos, who sits at the helm of London-based luxury womenswear line Peter Pilotto, alongside his designer counterpart and the label’s namesake. “Together there is more of everything—more ideas, more energy, more support and more fun,” De Vos says, describing how more is more when it comes to their partnership.

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DSquared2’s Dan And Dean Caten Are Fashion’s Visionary Duo

With 21 years of runway experience, it’s no wonder identical twins Dean and Dan Caten have culled such an impressive celebrity fan base. From their signature distressed denim to fur-trimmed outerwear and sharp blazers, the Canadian brothers have been combining their creative skills for more than two decades, most notably with their much-loved label DSquared2.

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Fancy Foot Work – Sarah Jessica Parker on party shoes and why the shoe must go on.

This article originally appeared in the December 2017 issue of Real Style magazine by writer Heidi Hofstad. Become a Real Style subscriber and get the hottest fashion, beauty and celebrity news, enter exclusive subscriber giveaways and be the first to receive the full digital version of Real Style magazine every month. Click here to subscribe […]

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Daphne Guinness Talks Fashion As Self Expression

Daphne Guinness is one of fashion’s most fascinating people. Born into incredible wealth, she developed her own unique path in life. Dressing in what many would deem bizarre and others fashion forward, she sees fashion as a form of self expression and also a shield. Read on to learn more about this fearless fashion warrior.

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Style Expert Gretta Monahan Shares Her Best Tips For Embracing Winter Trends And Accessories

Real Style chats with fashion expert, spa and boutique owner, author and style guru on the “Rachael Ray Show”, Gretta Monahan. Here’s our interview with this fashionista.

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Nicole Richie Talks Fashion In The Latest Issue Of Real Style Magazine

The incomparable Nicole Richie opens up to Real Style Magazine about her new fashion line, her go-to accessory and her New Year’s Resolution. Richie is incredibly funny in her new show called Candidly Nicole which can catch on VH1.

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10 Best Interview Outfits

From chic dresses to power suits, we’ve curated a guide to the top ten interview looks for a flawless first impression.

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Interview With Prime Suspect’s Costume Designer Amy Stofsky

Prime Suspect’s costume designer Amy Stofsky is known for her ability to create wearable, realistic wardrobes for lead characters of hit shows like Weeds, Pretty Little Liars and Medium. Her ability to perfectly embody a character’s personal style without making the clothes a central or distracting feature is what makes Stofsky one of the most sought after designers in the industry. Real Style caught up with Stofsky for her secrets behind Maria Bello’s Prime Suspect character style and television’s most buzzed about hat.

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Interview: Giles Deacon Discusses Winter & Spring Fashion

British fashion designer Giles Deacon isn’t afraid to take risks. From heralding a new collection to taking over the reigns after a certain Lindsay Lohan disaster (ahem), he stands apart from the crowd with a unique and confident vision that doesn’t necessarily follow an expected linear path. Recently in Toronto to co-host a fundraiser for Princess Margaret hospital with boutique George C, we spoke to Giles about his Spring collection, winter style and how to make a statement and have fun with your existing wardrobe.

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Interview With Water For Elephants’ Costume Designer Jacqueline West

In Water For Elephants, costume designer Jacqueline West helps Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon and Christoph Waltz to recreate the whimsical glamour of 1930’s circus life. Jacqueline, a fashion designer by trade, got her start working with director Philip Kaufman (Indiana Jones) and has designed costumes for award winning films including The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button and League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen. We spoke to Jacqueline about what it was like to run away with the circus and design for the retro style of the era.

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Celebrity Stylist Phillip Bloch Talks To Real Style About The Shopping Diet

Many of us think that it would be so much easier to dress if we could have the tips and advice of a celebrity stylist the same way they do in Hollywood. With his new book, The Shopping Diet, you can get just that from famed stylist of the stars Phillip Bloch.

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Giles Deacon Talks About His Role As The Fashion Designer At Ungaro

Fashion designer Giles Deacon Opens Up About Ungaro and Lindsay Lohan

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