Victoria Beckham dons a Dior pair on the cover of Elle, while Keira Knightley wears the same ones on the cover of Interview, and Kate Hudson sported them in the pages of January Vogue.

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Forget about music! It was all about style — and in some cases, the lack thereof — on the red carpet at the 50th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday. There were stars who had fashion critics’ tongues wagging in shock and horror and those who left critics clapping in adoration.

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Peach is as pretty as its cousin, pink. Peach makeup will leave you with that just came from the beach, or vacation look. Peach makeup is very fresh, and is also very versatile. Whether your eyes are blue or brown you can where peach. The same goes for your hair color.

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Sandwiched between designer Michael Kors and model Heidi Klum, Posh wore a dress in the same shade as the now-infamous jump suits worn by the likes of former prisoner David Hicks.

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All 70 models taking part in the five-day event which gets under way Monday were weighed and the three were found to have a body mass index (BMI) of less than 18, the online edition of daily El Pais reported.

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Giorgio Armani did something peculiarly revolutionary Monday in the opening night of the Paris haute couture season - he sent out a collection whose every piece the women in the audience could wear.

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Christian Lacroix pulled off an exuberant tour de force with his summer haute couture collection on Tuesday, which was a riot of colour and brimming with gowns in which to get noticed.

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Riccardo Tisci, the young avant-garde Italian, was just 29 when he joined Givenchy as its new creative director, following in the wake of Britain’s Julien Macdonald, Alexander McQueen and John Galliano.

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Melissa Alger, owner of Weddings by Design, said dress trends come and go, but one style has remained the most popular over the last few years: the strapless dress. “Strapless is still the No. 1 seller, but at markets they are trying to bring straps back,” she said.

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The future of Italian fashion and haute couture is uncertain. With Giovanni Versace no longer there, Valentino retiring and Armani getting old, the only way for new fashion to continue to exist is to train and teach more young people about fashion and designs, said Giorgio Forni, Director of Castello Di Sartirana, the organization that put together a wonderful exhibition to showcase Italian creative talents in the Gulf region.

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