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Fringe fad at fashion house

Scruffiness and sloppiness normally are a planet away from the rarefied world of Louis Vuitton but hey, this is the age of Aquarius.

Back to the future

THE recent Marc Jacobs show in the Big Apple was an indiscriminate homage to futuristic fashion in the style of Austin Powers, reports HILARY ALEXANDER.

Hip and funky

LOUIS Vuitton#8217;s son, Georges, invented the monogram canvas in 1896 and since then, the signature monogram fabric has become a symbol of modern luxury.

To be or not to be ... colourful

Designers have brought out their painter#8217;s palettes for the Autumn-Winter 2003 collections, showcasing clothes that are awash with colour and light. REENA GURBAKSH finds that after a decade of monotonous hues, this new boldness takes a little getting used to....

Fast forward, then go retro

PACO Rabanne dazzles with timeless space-age looks while Phoebe Philo infects Chloe with disco fever. JOELLE DIDERICH gets whiplash from the forward-retro action.

The best from Belle

With Belle#8217;s new opening in KLCC, Kuala Lumpur#8217;s fashion vocabulary has just expanded, and the labels that will be rolling off our lolling pink tongues will be the likes of Just Cavalli, Marc Jacobs, DG, Cacharel and Chloe.

Paris out of doors

The lasses revisit Parisian glamour while the lads head for the outdoors in Louis Vuitton's spring/summer 2003 collection. BRIAN CHEONG checks out these delightful luxuries.

Zara reigns in Spain

Zara doesn#8217;t advertise its clothes #8211; it doesn#8217;t have to. Word of mouth alone has made its Spanish owner a billionaire. CAROLINE ROUX reports.

GM hopes for bigger luxury goods market

THE revival in consumer spending and increasing discerning taste of consumers are expected to drive the luxury goods market, the general manager of lifestyle and fashion retailer Bluebell (Asia) Pte Ltd, Laurent Chemla, said.

Cherry blossom cheer

Louis Vuitton looks to spring in the Far East in its latest carrywear and shoe collection, writes MICHELE LIAN.