A number of New York’s most conspicuous fashion designers decided to chuck out the city’s fall Fashion Week in favor of those happening in Paris, their defections were not well received here. New York’s industry is troubled with a shrinking clothing district and worryingly slow retail sales, but the urban centre has arguably time-tested harder than french capital to raising young talent with free show spaces, mentoring, and enthusiastic promotion. The defecting labels—which include Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Altuzarra, and Thom Browne—gave variable reasons along a similar theme for their decisions: they wanted to seek new markets and benefit from the elegance and falsification of Paris, the most exciting and agonistical of the world’s fashion capitals.
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Paris Hilton's 30 Most Memorable Looks | InStyle.com
It seems like but past that the famed Hilton provocateur launched her far-reaching career with a signature example (blond locks, tiny dresses, half-size dogs as accessories) and a trademarked catch phrase ("That's hot."). In honor of the reality star/entrepreneur's big birthday, we're taking a visual aspect back at her most memorable fashion moments. 1997: The 17-year-old aspiring model expose in a melodramatic but demure strumpet satin ballgown.