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Haute Historian: The Rebirth of The Jean Jacket

It can be light wash or dark wash, patched, worn or crisp. It’s the perfect jacket: light for spring and worn heavier with Read More

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Haute Historian: Shorts' Rise to Fame

Denim, seersucker, or trouser-style…cut-offs, bermudas, and cuffed. The short is a classic summer mainstay that is worn by almost everyone. But just Read More

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Haute Historian: Betsey Johnson's Youthquake Revolution

At the end of every fashion show, Betsey Johnson performs a cartwheel down the runway. It’s a long tradition the famed designer Read More

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Haute Historian: Kimono Fashion Where East Meets West

Elegant and easy to wear, kimonos have a long history, both as a staple garment in Japan and as an influence for Read More

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Haute Historian: Lilly Pulitzer, The Fashion Queen of Palm Beach

Bright, colorful and easy to wear—these are the qualities that earned Lilly Pulitzer fame. Born Lilly McKim in New York in 1931, Read More

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Haute Historian: American Fashion Maverick Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs is a main fixture of American fashion: he has invented fashion movements and trends, has worked for some of the Read More

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Haute Historian: Classic Gingham In The Modern World

A popular mainstay in fashion, gingham fabric has made its mark in American prep, as a Rockabilly staple, all over the streets Read More

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