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  • Riding the peaks and the troughsSubscription

    By Hilary Cookson

    It's another year, and Hilary Cookson is no closer to solving the seasonal mysteries of fashion

  • ParisSubscription

    Playful Paris trends stayed in tune with Milan and rubber-stamped the key looks for autumn 07

  • Still smokingSubscription

    By Lucia Cockcroft

    A smoking ban did little to dampen energies in Paris, with collections at Who's Next and Pret a Porter's Atmosphere slickly combining innovation with commercial sensibilities

  • New YorkSubscription

    By Charlotte Marrion and Leanne O'Shea

    Designers in the Big Apple reworked many of last season's trends, with 1980s looks and flapper styling gracing the runways at New York Fashion Week

  • Word on the streetSubscription

    Many high street retailers are beefing up their design teams, and there are now plenty of opportunities for graduate designers to get their foot in the door

  • Talent scoutSubscription

    By Drapers

    On the eve of Graduate Fashion Week, Drapers previews emerging design talent from the UK's fashion colleges

  • Show Guide 07Subscription

    By Drapers

    Over the next 10 pages, Drapers presents the essential dates and details for all of next season's most important shows, exhibitions and catwalks

  • First stepsSubscription

    By Drapers

    Starting a new business is never easy and entering one of the toughest sectors doubles the challenge. Four UK footwear independents share their start-up experiences

  • Tapping into bathSubscription

    By Drapers

    Four Bath menswear indies on how the city is changing and their plans for 2008

  • Forever youngSubscription

    Pringle creative director Clare Waight Keller explains how the brand's renamed 1815 label mixes youth with sophistication

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