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Designers and luxury brands have also been affected by the recession, but the greatest names in the industry are nonetheless converging on Manhattan for their semi-annual celebration.

Many women aspire to slender silhouettes and most Valentine's Day fashion offerings reflect that trend. However, some companies focus on plus size figures and send an important message.

As the recession has not spared the fashion industry, upscale retailers are looking to a prestigious fashion event for innovative ideas to keep customers coming.

A company unveils the technology behind the newly released adventure story that is sure to appeal to adults and children alike.

Inspired by Valentine's Day, fashionistas from college campuses to Paris catwalks hold events and parties to showcase the latest in love fashion.

An architectural firm is working to preserve the urban heritage of the Inland Empire.

The upcoming semi-annual New York fashion event will feature a new approach to the traditional concept of clothes design.

A New York art college has received a grant to promote art and design education among underprivileged Brooklyn youngsters.

In recognition of his efforts to redevelop Miami in accordance with the latest design and architectural trends, the city's mayor has been awarded a prestigious architectural accolade.

There are signs that, following the example of many other industries, fashion design may be turning to advanced technologies to make their products more attractive.

The recently concluded International Computer Graphics Conference featured industry experts and professionals to showcase their work, scout new talent, and hand out awards in creative computer design.

This year's convention of the World Shoe Association will concentrate on innovation and recession-coping strategies but is also set to prove the vibrancy of the industry.

After a high-profile court case, a controversial architectural project is set to materialize in the heart of Jerusalem.

A popular drinking water brand has revealed its latest designer collection created in collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier.

A prestigious nature and exploration magazine has announced the list of winners of its photographic contest for kids.

In the run-up to Valentine's Day, it has been announced that a German model will use her fame to promote women's heart health.

The eyes of the fashion world will be on Dubai early next week as the greatest creative talent of the industry will converge on the emirate to showcase their latest collections.

A famous scholar and museum professional has been appointed as director of the University of Virginia Art Museum.

An exhibition celebrating almost a century of the black community's history and transformation is on display in Washington, D.C.

Major American academic and cultural centers are teaming up to preserve photographic treasures of the Middle East.

An office building in downtown Las Vegas is set to achieve an environmental certification and become a symbol of a new sustainable trend in architecture and design.

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