Catch-up digest, take two
I was almost done with this the first time when my computer crashed. If we had OSX like normal people, perhaps that wouldn't happen so much. Anyway, here goes (again)...

WWD: The promising-sounding One Girl Who... line of sweaters; they may hate our "president", but Europeans still love American fashion; the new Calvin Klein store in Rome; people are buying down coats (shocking!); women are buying evening gowns off the rack at Oscar de la Renta's new store; and Gap is opening Love, an accessories store next to their flagship at 5th and 54th.

NYT: You're not going to find a Pauline Trigere dress on the rack at Housing Works because thrift stores are getting crafty; after a promising start, bridge lines from Michael Kors, Calvin Klein, and Tommy Hilfiger tank; and what fashion owes to equestrians.

NYP: How to not look fat with the help of makeup; and screw the system and wear white now.

NYO: For the fantastically wealthy, super-upscale diamond store Lockes Diamantaires comes to the Time Warner Center (a.k.a. "the mall").

VV: Feeling depressed, Lynn Yaeger checks out the new Union Square Filene's Basement and DSW and finds little consolation.

WaPo: One of the best-written articles I've seen in awhile, this is a perfect example of why Robin Givhan rocks: Fashionistas declare the brooch dead. Delicious.

The Daily: A wearable-looking collection by Michael and Hushi for Patricia Field; Oprah's auctioning stuff off on eBay; a look inside Amanda Demme's closet; and loveable fashion faux pas. Fashion goings-on. Editors' spring picks from lesser-known designers; Sarah Brown picks the best spring beauty trends from the runway; new beauty products; a semi-cute, semi-ugly bag; and Candy Pratts Price on essential fashion books. To match your cute but slightly overpriced shoes, Hollywould dresses; awesome semiprecious bling; and if you're already sick of winter, you can look forward to resort wear!

Daily Candy: Handbags fit for a queen; groovy-sounding facials at the LES's Pharma; and the Yellow Door comes to Manhattan.

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