TO LOOK AT COLLECTIONS—updated January 3, 2012

Look online for photos or for youtube videos of the fashion show. Remember: this is for
Spring Summer 2012 Collections which were shown at various fashion weeks in NYC,
Milan, Paris, London, Tokyo.
Scroll down to around page 56 to 58 for specific instructions regarding the target reader.
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HERE IS HOW TO PICK THE DESIGNERS’ NAMES
Next to designers' names you will see one of following: YES, COMBINED, NO

YES==individual articles of 125-150 words. These are mostly designers who have been
around for a long time and they carry mostly luxury lines. So, if you cannot identify
practicality in their collection, write about their lines, their longevity in the fashion
industry but also write specifics about the Spring Summer 2012 collection and how a
dentist can use it to dress well, etc.
COMBINED==combined into several designers per article (of 600 words). With about 5
designers per article, each designer would average about 120 words. You can cover 5
designers at about 120 words or 6 designers at about 100 words.
In this case, do not get too caught up in describing the designers with a bunch of fancy
terms. Speak to the reader. One of the goals of these articles and posts is to make
fashion sound reachable to the reader. They are dentists and professionals but for the
most part, they are not fashion savvy.
Write about the clothes more than about the designers. Point out the clothes that are
functional and practical.
You should write the combined designers as follows:
1.

In one large article if you can compare their collections. If there’s really nothing
in common among them, write them as in #2

2. In one large article but describing them one after the other.
NO== no article at all

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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

See list below for names of designers
YES—ARTICLE OF 600 WORDS
NO---NO ARTICLE WANTED
COMBINED (ABOUT 85)---combined with other names that say "combined". Can
combine up to 4-5 designers under each article

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LONDON FASHION WEEK

Write article only on these designer
Vivienne Westwood Red Label
Mulberry
Pringle of Scotland
Christopher Kane
Burberry Prorsum
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MILAN FASHION WEEK ==disregard this paragraph
See list below for names of designers
YES (12)
COMBINED (13)
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PARIS FASHION WEEK ===disregard this paragraph

YES (37)-- would like separate blog
NO- no article wanted
COMBINED (32 designers)- combined with other names that say combined.
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NEW YORK FASHION WEEK ===SCHEDULE SHOWS LIST OF DESIGNERS.
NEXT TO THE NAMES YOU WILL SEE: YES, COMBINE OR NO
Tuesday, Sep 6 2011

08:00 PM

Vena Cava (YES) Courtney M---WRITTEN

MPD - 73 Gansevoort Street New York

Map

Wednesday, Sep 7 2011

09:00 AM

Steven Alan (NO)

Pier 59 - 18th Street & West Side Highway New York

Map

09:00 AM

Sachin + Babi (NO)

Pier 59 - 18th Street & West Side Highway, Studio 1 New York

Map

09:00 AM

Caron Callahan (NO)

110 West 26th Street New York

Map

09:00 AM

Edmundo Castillo (NO)

The Morgans Hotel - 237 Madison Avenue, Penthouse Suite (37th/38th) New
York

Map

09:00 AM

Jonathan Cohen (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN

Gansevoort Hotel - 18 Ninth Avenue New York

Map

10:00 AM

848 Washington Street.537 W 25th Street.113 Jane Street New York  Map  10:00 AM  Fratelli Rossetti (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  Standard Hotel . Organic by John Patrick (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Jane .552 West 22nd street New York  Map  03:00 PM  Jenni Kayne (NO)  BPCM .41st street entrance (in front of the Lions) New York  Map  04:00 PM  What Goes Around Comes Around (COMBINED) . 3rd Floor New York  Map  03:30 PM  Warby Parker (NO)  New York Public Library .356 W 58th Street New York  Map  02:00 PM  Yuna Yang (NO)  Chelsea Art Museum . Garden Rm New York  Map  10:30 AM  Mackage (NO)  Hudson Hotel .

6th Fl New York  Map  04:30 PM  Odilon (NO)  Metropolitan Pavilion . 4th Fl (6th/7th Ave) New York  Map  06:00 PM  Rachel Comey (NO)  Pier 59 .725 Park Avenue (btwn 70th/71st) New York .310 West Broadway (Grand/Canal) New York  Map  04:00 PM  Degen (NO)  Artisanal House .462 W 23rd St (enter at 23rd st & 10th Ave) New York  Map  04:00 PM  Lulu Frost (NO)  12 East 20th Street. 2nd Fl New York  Map  04:30 PM  Ralph Lauren Girls (COMBINED)  650 Madison Avenue. Soho Grand .125 West 18th St.18th Street & West Side Highway New York  Map  06:30 PM  Mimi Plange (NO)  Asia Society .

450 West 15th Street. Sep 8 2011  09:00 AM  Nicholas K (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  09:30 AM  Porter Grey (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  10:00 AM  BCBG Max Azria (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  11:00 AM  Richard Chai .Love (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  12:30 PM  Rachel Antonoff (NO)  Ramscale . 13th Floor (at Bethune) New York  Map  12:00 PM  Cushnie et Ochs (NO)  Milk Studios . 2nd Fl New York . Map Thursday.463 West Street.

Highline Room New York  Map  01:30 PM  Wes Gordon (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  Hosfelt Gallery .531 W 36th Street New York  Map  02:00 PM  Tadashi Shoji (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  02:00 PM  Imitation of Christ (YES) ---WRITTEN  W Hotel . Patmos (NO)  The Standard .534 West 25th Street New York  Map  01:00 PM  M.848 Washington St. 3rd Floor New York  Map  01:00 PM  Kimberly Ovitz (NO)  Pace Gallery .50 East 17th Street New York  Map . Map  12:30 PM  10 Crosby Derek Lam (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  10 Crosby Street.

 02:30 PM  Candela (COMBINED)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  03:00 PM  Gretchen Jones (NO)  Drive-In Studios .443 W 18th Street New York  Map  05:00 PM  Kevork Kiledijan (NO)  Milk Studios .450 West 15th Street.356 West 58th Street New York  Map Friday. Ground Floor New York  Map  05:00 PM  Douglas Hannant Pink (NO)  Good Units . 2nd Floor Gallery New York  Map  05:00 PM  TSE (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  120 Wooster Street. Sep 9 2011  10:45 AM  The Row (COMBINED)  450 W 37th Street. 2nd Fl New York  Map .

3rd Floor New York  Map  01:00 PM  Jason Wu (YES) Courtney M---DO NOT PICK--NO  Center 548 .West Side Highway & 18th Street New York  Map  12:00 PM  NAHM (NO)  Milk Studios .---WRITTEN  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  11:00 AM  Tess Giberson (NO)  303 Gallery . 8th Floor.450 W 15th St. 10:00 AM  Luca Luca (YES) Emilene A.547 West 21st Street New York  Map  12:00 PM  United Bamboo (NO)  Pier 59 .548 West 22nd Street New York  Map  01:30 PM . The Loft New York  Map  01:00 PM  Christian Cota (NO)  215 West 40th Street.

99 East 52nd Street (at Park Avenue) New York  Map  01:30 PM  Rubin Chapelle (NO)  410 W 14th Street New York  Map  02:00 PM  Rebecca Taylor (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  02:00 PM  Mandy Coon (NO)  Metropolitan Pavilion .441 W 14th Street (btwn 9th and 10th Ave) New York  Map  03:00 PM  Costello Tagliapietra (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN . Fenton (NO)  Four Seasons Restaurant .125 West 18th St New York  Map  02:30 PM  Mara Hoffman (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  03:00 PM  Yigal Azrouël (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  Highline Stages .

730 Fifth Avenue. 2nd Floor Gallery New York  Map  03:00 PM  Chadwick Bell (NO)  Salon 94 .450 W 15th St. Milk Studios .12 East 94th Street (at Fifth Ave) New York  Map  04:00 PM  Doo. John (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  665 Fifth Avenue.540 W 21st Street (btwn 10th and 11th Ave) New York  Map  05:00 PM  Rag & Bone (YES) --WRITTEN  330 West Street New York  Map  05:00 PM  Helen Yarmak (NO)  The Crown Building . 2nd Floor (at 53rd st) New York  Map  06:00 PM  Nicole Miller (YES) ---WRITTEN  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York . 23rd Floor New York  Map  05:30 PM  St.Ri (NO)  Eyebeam .

Studio 4 New York  Map  06:30 PM  Joy Cioci (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  06:30 PM  Sobotka (NO)  Jane Hotel . Map  06:00 PM  Billy Reid (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  Milk Studios .450 W 15th St. 8th Floor.450 W 15th St.113 Jane Street (at West Street) New York  Map  07:00 PM  Cynthia Rowley (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  08:00 PM  Academy of Art University (COMBINED) --WRITTEN  The Theater at Lincoln Center New York  Map  08:00 PM  Suno (COMBINED) --WRITTEN  Milk Studios . 2nd Floor Gallery New York  Map .

Sep 10 2011  09:00 AM  Ruffian (NO)  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  09:00 AM  Lyn Devon (NO)  W Times Square .1567 Broadway (at 47th Street) New York  Map  10:00 AM  Lacoste (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  10:30 AM  Pink Tartan (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map . 08:00 PM  Gen Art (NO)  The Grand at Manhattan Center .311 West 34th Street New York  Map  09:00 PM  The Frye Company (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  25 Broadway New York  Map Saturday.

848 Washington St. 3rd Fl (at 13th st) New York  Map  02:00 PM  ADAM (NO)  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  02:00 PM  VPL by Victoria Bartlett (NO)  Pier 59 .Hudson River & 15th Street New York  Map  01:00 PM  Gregory Parkinson (NO)  The Standard .555 West 18th Street New York  Map  01:00 PM  Helmut Lang (COMBINED) --WRITTEN  Hudson River Park's Pier 57 .18th Street & West Side Highway New York  Map  02:30 PM . 11:00 AM  Jill Stuart (COMBINED) --WRITTEN  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  12:00 PM  Prabal Gurung (COMBINED) --WRITTEN  Iac Building .

540 W 21st Street (between 10th and 11th Ave) New York  Map  04:00 PM  Honor (COMBINED) .548 West 22nd Street New York  Map  03:00 PM  Kaelen (NO)  Drive-in Studios .848 Washington St New York  Map  03:00 PM  Vivienne Tam (COMBINED) --WRITTEN  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  03:00 PM  Hexa by Kuho (NO)  Center 548 . Prism by Anna Laub (NO)  Le Bain at the top of the Standard Hotel .443 W 18th Street New York  Map  03:30 PM  Farah Angsana (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  04:00 PM  Christian Siriano (COMBINED) ---WRITTEN  Eyebeam Atelier .

4 Times Square New York  Map  06:00 PM  Girl by Band of Outsiders (COMBINED) –WRITER A  507 West 24th Street (Entrance on 24th St) New York  Map  06:00 PM  CHRISHABANA (NO)  HPGRP Gallery .529 West 29th Street . The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  05:00 PM  Alexander Wang (YES) Courtney M---WRITTEN  Pier 94 .West Side Highway and 55th Street New York  Map  06:00 PM  Charlotte Ronson (COMBINED) ---WRITER A  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  06:00 PM  Carmen Marc Valvo (COMBINED) ---WRITER A  Nasdaq Marketsite .Suite 2W New York  Map  07:00 PM  Monique Lhuillier (COMBINED) ---WRITER A  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York .

 Map  07:00 PM  Alejandro Ingelmo (NO)  Milk Studios . The Loft New York  Map  07:00 PM  Duro Olowu (NO)  Milk Studios .152 Wooster Street New York  Map  07:00 PM  Faster by Mark Fast (NO)  Milk Studios . Studio 4 New York  Map .450 West 15th Street.450 West 15th Street. Studio 1 New York  Map  07:00 PM  Rafael Cennamo (NO)  Cappellini Showroom . 8th Fl. 8th Floor New York  Map  07:00 PM  Erin by Erin Fetherston (NO)  Milk Studios . 8th Fl.450 West 15th Street.450 West 15th Street.450 West 15th Street. 8th Fl. Studio 2 New York  Map  07:00 PM  Pamela Love (NO)  Milk Studios .

07:00 PM

Libertine (NO)

Exit Art - 475 10th Avenue New York

Map

07:30 PM

Graeme Armour (NO)

Milk Studios - 450 West 15th Street, Penthouse New York

Map

08:00 PM

Altuzarra (COMBINED) ---WRITER A

Chelsea Art Museum - 556 W 22nd Street New York

Map

Sunday, Sep 11 2011

10:00 AM

Victoria Beckham (COMBINED) –WRITER A

New York Public Library - 5th Avenue and 42nd Street, Astor Hall New York

Map

10:00 AM

Morgan Carper (NO)

The Space - 425 W 15th Street, 6th Fl (entrance on 10th Ave) New York

Map

11:00 AM

Lela Rose (COMBINED)

The Studio at Lincoln Center New York

Map

11:00 AM

Jeremy Laing (COMBINED)—WRITER A

Milk Studios - 450 West 15th Street, 2nd Floor New York

Map

12:00 PM

Derek Lam (COMBINED) –WRITER A

The Stage at Lincoln Center New York

Map

01:00 PM

DKNY (YES ) Emilene A---WRITTEN

547 West 26th Street (btwn 10th/11th Ave) New York

Map

02:00 PM

Tracy Reese (COMBINED) ---WRITTER A

The Studio at Lincoln Center New York

Map

02:00 PM

Edun (NO)

330 West Street (btwn Spring and Houston) New York

Map

02:00 PM

Daryl K (NO)

Gavin Brown Enterprises - 62 Greenwich Street New York

Map

02:30 PM

L.A.M.B. (COMBINED) ---WRITTER A

The Box at Lincoln Center New York

Map

02:30 PM

Cut25 (COMBINED) ---WRITTER A

Highline Stages - 441 W 14th st (btwn 9th/10th Ave) New York

Map

03:00 PM

Joanna Mastroianni (NO)

230 W 38th street, 10th Fl New York

Map

03:00 PM

Parkchoonmoo (NO)

Eyebeam - 540 W 21st Street New York

Map

03:00 PM

Tribune Standard (NO)

Pier 59 - 18th Street & West Side Highway, Studio 4 New York

Map

04:00 PM

Diane von Furstenberg (YES)—WRITER A

The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York

Map

05:00 PM

Y-3 (NO)

82 Mercer Street (btwn Spring/Broome) New York

450 West 15th Street.1 W 58th Street. Ground Floor New York  Map  07:00 PM  Custo Barcelona (COMBINED) --WRITTEN  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  08:00 PM . Map  05:00 PM  Jen Kao (NO)  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  06:00 PM  Thakoon (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Plaza Hotel . 3rd Floor. Grand Ballroom New York  Map  06:30 PM  Zac Posen (YES) Courtney M---WRITTEN  Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center New York  Map  06:30 PM  Guishem (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  07:00 PM  Patrik Ervell (NO)  Milk Studios .

450 West 15th Street New York  Map  08:00 PM  The Lake & Stars (NO)  Milk Studios . Tommy Hilfiger (YES) Emilene A---DO NOT PICK--NO  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  08:00 PM  Erickson Beamon (NO)  Milk Studios . 8th Floor New York  Map  09:00 PM  Timo Weiland (NO) . Studio 3 New York  Map  08:00 PM  Reece Hudson (NO)  Milk Studios .450 West 15th Street.450 West 15th Street.450 West 15th Street New York  Map  08:00 PM  Katie Gallagher (NO)  Milk Studios -450 West 15th Street New York  Map  08:00 PM  Anndra Neen (NO)  Milk Studios .

443 W 18th St New York  Map  09:00 AM  Kara Ross (COMBINED) ---WRITER A  Circa Lounge at Lincoln Center New York  Map  09:30 AM  Callula Lillibelle (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  10:00 AM  Carolina Herrera –YES—WRITER A  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  10:30 AM  Rachel Roy –YES—WRITER A . The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map Monday. Sep 12 2011  09:00 AM  Jenny Packham (NO)  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  09:00 AM  Creatures of the Wind (NO)  Drive-in Studios .

535 W 24th Street.356 W 12th St (at Washington) New York  Map  01:00 PM  Barbara Tfank (NO)  Danese Gallery .450 W 15th street New York  Map  01:00 PM  Rebecca Minkoff (YES)—WRITER A  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  01:00 PM  Araks (NO)  Industria Superstudio 10 . Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center New York  Map  11:00 AM  Carlos Miele – YES—WRITER A  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  11:00 AM  Preen by Thornton Bregazzi (NO)  555 West 18th Street New York  Map  01:00 PM  Ohne Titel (NO)  Milk Studios . 6th Fl (btwn 10th/11th Ave) New York .

 Map  02:00 PM  Donna Karan (YES)-.Courtney M---WRITTEN  547 W 26th street (btwn 10th/11th Ave) New York  Map  03:00 PM  Bebe (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Style360 .44 West 63rd Street (at Broadway) New York  Map .125 W 18th Street (6th/7th Ave) New York  Map  03:00 PM  Reem Acra (COMBINED) –WRITER A  730 Fifth Avenue. Suite 205 New York  Map  03:00 PM  Rachel Zoe (YES) Emilene A---WRITER A  1400 Broadway New York  Map  03:00 PM  Thom Browne (NO)  NY Public Library . Third Fl New York  Map  03:00 PM  Amanda Pearl (NO)  The Empire Hotel . Edna Barnes Salomon Room.Fifth Avenue and 42nd St (use entrance on 42nd st).

660 Madison Avenue.2 Lexington Avenue.441 W 14th St (btwn 9th/10th Ave) New York  Map  05:00 PM  Alexandre Plokhov (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Barneys New York . 8th Floor New York  Map  05:30 PM . 04:00 PM  Yeohlee (NO)  159 East 65th Street (Lexington/ Third Ave) New York  Map  04:00 PM  Alexandre Herchcovitch (NO)  Eyebeam . Terrace New York  Map  05:00 PM  Alice + Olivia (YES) --WRITTEN  Highline Stages .Grand Promenade at Lincoln Center New York  Map  04:30 PM  WHIT (NO)  Gramercy Park Hotel .540 W 21st Street (btwn 10th/11th Ave) New York  Map  04:30 PM  Chris Benz (NO)  Avery Fisher Hall .

2 Lexington Avenue. Penthouse New York  Map  06:30 PM  Cynthia Steffe (COMBINED) –WRITER A .125 W 18th Street New York  Map  06:00 PM  SANG A (NO)  Mixed Greens Gallery . Walter (NO)  The Empire Hotel .44 West 63rd Street New York  Map  06:00 PM  Betsey Johnson (YES) –WRITTEN  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  06:00 PM  Zero + Maria Cornejo (NO)  Milk Studios . 1st Floor New York  Map  06:00 PM  Fotini (NO)  Gramercy Park Hotel .450 W 15th street New York  Map  06:00 PM  Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne (NO)  Style360 .531 West 26th Street.

 TBA New York  Map  07:00 PM  Giulietta (NO)  The National Arts Club . Sep 13 2011  08:30 AM  Michael Angel (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  09:00 AM  Tory Burch (YES)—WRITER A  Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center New York  Map  09:00 AM  Kelly Wearstler (NO)  Starrett-Lehigh Building .68 Lexington Ave (at 25th Street) New York  Map Tuesday.Crew (YES) –WRITER A  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York . Ste.601 W 26th St.15 Gramercy Park South (at 20th St) New York  Map  08:00 PM  Marc by Marc Jacobs (YES) Emilene A---WRITTEN  NY State Armory . 1515 New York  Map  09:30 AM  J..

450 W 15th St New York  Map  12:00 PM  Rodarte (YES) --WRITTEN  TBA New York  Map  12:00 PM  Karen Walker (NO)  Exit Art . Map  10:00 AM  Badgley Mischka (YES)---WRITER A  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  11:00 AM  Vera Wang (YES)—WRITER A  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  11:00 AM  Francesc by Frank Tell (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Milk Studios .West Side Highway & 55th St New York  Map .475 Tenth Avenue New York  Map  01:00 PM  Diesel Black Gold (COMBINED)—WRITER A  Pier 94 .

 01:30 PM  Bibhu Mohapatra (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  02:00 PM  Hervé Léger (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  03:00 PM  Marchesa (YES) --WRITTEN  The Plaza Hotel .Fifth Avenue & Central Park South New York  Map  03:00 PM  Argentine Designers (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  04:00 PM  Theyskens' Theory (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Center 548 .548 W 22nd st (btwn 10th/11th Ave) New York  Map  04:00 PM  Devi Kroell (NO_  120 Central Park South. Penthouse New York  Map  05:00 PM .

#2W New York  Map  06:00 PM  Oscar de la Renta (YES) --WRITTEN  11 West 42nd Street.529 W..450 W 15th Street New York  Map  05:00 PM  Juma (NO)  HPGRP Gallery . 25th Floor New York  Map  06:00 PM  Verdura (NO)  745 Fifth Avenue. Suite 1205 New York  Map  06:30 PM  Willis & Walker (NO)  The Metropolitan Pavilion New York  Map  06:30 PM  IMPROVD (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Ceneter New York  Map  07:00 PM  Tibi (NO) . Sophie Theallet (NO)  Milk Studios . 20th St.

New York  Map  09:00 PM  Rad by Rad Hourani (NO)  550 West 21st Street New York  Map Wednesday.146 Essex St. The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  08:00 PM  Narciso Rodriguez (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  08:00 PM  Nine West (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Beauty & Essex . Sep 14 2011  08:30 AM  Ralph Lauren (YES)—WRITER A  888 Madison Avenue (at 72nd Street) New York  Map  09:00 AM  Norma Kamali (NO)  David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center New York  Map  09:00 AM  Angel Sanchez (NO) .

7th Floor New York  Map  10:00 AM  Michael Kors (YES)—WRITER A  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  11:00 AM  Douglas Hannant (NO)  Plaza Hotel -1 West 58th Street Entrance. Terrace Rm New York  Map  11:00 AM  Nanette Lepore (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  12:00 PM  Ports 1961 (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Celeste Bartos Forum at The New York Public Library . 148 W 37th Street.5th Ave & 42nd Street New York  Map  12:00 PM  Dennis Basso (NO)  765 Madison Avenue (65th/66th) New York  Map  01:00 PM  Jeremy Scott (NO)  Milk Studios .450 W 15th Street (btwn 9th/10th Ave) New York .

John's Center .330 West Street (btwn Spring/Houston) New York  Map  02:00 PM  Chado Ralph Rucci (NO)  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  02:30 PM  GANT by Michael Bastian (NO)  The Park . Mendel (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  01:30 PM  Nomia (NO)  The Box at Lincoln Center New York  Map  02:00 PM  3. Map  01:00 PM  J.1 Phillip Lim (COMBINED) –WRITER A  St.118 10th Avenue (btwn 17th/18th st) New York  Map  02:00 PM  Yestadt Millinery (NO)  356 West 58th Street New York  Map .

2 East 63rd st (btwn Fifth/Madison) New York  Map  05:00 PM  Shamask (NO)  The Studio at Lincoln Center New York  Map  05:00 PM  Josie Natori (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Asia Society . 03:00 PM  Milly by Michelle Smith (COMBINED) –WRITER B  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  04:00 PM  Reed Krakoff (NO)  510 W 34th Street New York  Map  05:00 PM  Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Academy Mansion .848 Washington Street.725 Park Avenue. Highline Room New York  Map  06:00 PM . Garden Rm (btwn 70th/71st) New York  Map  05:00 PM  Julian Louie (NO)  MADE at the Standard .

John's Center . Sep 15 2011  08:30 AM  Isaac Mizrahi (YES)—WRITER B  475 10th Avenue.450 W 15th Street (btwn 9th/10th Ave) New York  Map  08:00 PM  Proenza Schouler (COMBINED) –WRITER A  St.330 West Street (btwn Spring/Houston) New York  Map Thursday. Anna Sui (COMBINED) –WRITER B  The Theatre at Lincoln Center New York  Map  06:30 PM  Juan Carlos Obando (NO)  33 W 60th Street New York  Map  07:00 PM  Elie Tahari (COMBINED) –WRITER B  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  07:00 PM  Wayne (NO)  Milk Studios . 4th Floor New York  Map  10:00 AM .

38 East 37th St (between Park & Madison) New York  Map  01:00 PM  L'Wren Scott (COMBINED) –WRITER A  TBA New York  Map  02:00 PM  Calvin Klein (YES)—WRITER B  205 W 39th Street. 1st Fl New York  Map  02:30 PM  Gemma Kahng (N)  TBA New York  Map  04:00 PM  Stephen Burrows (NO) .275 Hudson Street New York  Map  12:00 PM  Threeasfour (NO)  St. Patrick Cathedral Youth Center . Ralph Lauren (COMBINED)--NO  Skylight Studio .268 Mulberry (Houston/Prince St) New York  Map  12:30 PM  Bill Blass (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Union League Club .

10 Lincoln Cneter Plaza New York  Map  08:30 PM  Marc Jacobs (YES) –WRITER B  NY State Armory . TBA New York  Map  04:00 PM  Naeem Khan (COMBINED) –WRITER A  The Stage at Lincoln Center New York  Map  05:00 PM  Arise African Fashion Collective (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center . 36 Milan  Map  02:00 PM  Gucci  PIAZZA OBERDAN. 2/B Milan (NO)  Map . Sep 21 2011  11:30 AM  Allegri (NO)  VIA STENDHAL.68 Lexington Avenue (at 25th St) New York  Map =================================== MILAN FASHION WEEK Wednesday.

6 Milan  Map  06:30 PM  Benetton (COMBINED)—WRITER A  TBC Milan  Map  06:30 PM  Brunello Cucinelli (COMBINED) –WRITER A  Viale montello 16 Milan  Map  07:00 PM  Francesco Scognamiglio (NO)  VIA SAN VITTORE. 10 Milan  Map  06:00 PM  N. Sep 22 2011 . 21 (NO)  VIALE ALEMAGNA. 04:00 PM  John Richmond (NO)  GIARDINI DI PORTA VENEZIA Milan  Map  05:00 PM  Alberta Ferretti (COMBINED)—WRITER A  VIA SENATO. 21 Milan  Map Thursday.

49 Milan  Map  10:30 AM  Blugirl (NO)  C.SO DI PORTA ROMANA.SO VENEZIA. 98 Milan  Map  12:30 PM  Ermanno Scervino (NO)  VIA SAN LUCA. 16 Milan  Map  11:30 AM  Fendi (YES) –WRITER A  VIA SCIESA 3 Milan  Map  12:00 PM  Maurizio Pecoraro (NO)  C. 10 Milan  Map  10:00 AM  Ballantyne (NO)  CORSO ITALIA. 3 Milan  Map  02:00 PM . 09:30 AM  Max Mara (COMBINED) –WRITER A  VIA SENATO.

21 Milan  Map  04:00 PM  Luisa Beccaria (NO)  VIA BRERA 28 Milan  Map  05:00 PM  01 01 09 A Allegri (NO) . 24 Milan  Map  02:00 PM  Fay (NO)  VIA PALESTRO. 14 Milan  Map  03:00 PM  Genny (NO)  VIA MARCONI. 1 Milan  Map  04:00 PM  Krizia (NO)  VIA MANIN. 1 Milan  Map  03:00 PM  Dusan (NO)  VIA ZAROTTO. D&G (YES) –WRITER B  VIALE PIAVE.

Sep 23 2011  09:30 AM  Moschino (COMBINED) –WRITER A  VIA SENATO. 10 Milan  Map  10:30 AM  Antonio Marras (NO)  VIALE ALEMAGNA. 5 (JO NO FUI) Milan  Map  06:00 PM  Prada (YES) –WRITER B  VIA FOGAZZARO. 36 Milan  Map  07:00 PM  Albino (NO)  VIA CLERICI. VIA CLERICI. 6 Milan  Map  11:30 AM  Les Copains (COMBINED) –WRITER A . 5 Milan  Map  07:00 PM  Cruciani (NO)  VIA DELLA SPIGA. 25 Milan  Map Friday.

5 Milan . 10 Milan  Map  03:00 PM  Loro Piana (NO)  VIA TURATI. VIA CLERICI. 5 Milan  Map  12:30 PM  Etro (YES)  VIA PIRANESI.SO VENEZIA 16 Milan  Map  05:00 PM  Gabriele Colangelo (NO)  VIA CLERICI. 18 Milan  Map  04:00 PM  Blumarine (COMBINED) –WRITER A  C. 14 Milan  Map  02:00 PM  C'N'C Costume National (COMBINED)—WRITER A  PIAZZA DUOMO LA RINASCENTE Milan  Map  03:00 PM  Iceberg (NO)  VIA PALERMO.

12 Milan  Map  08:30 PM  Trussardi (NO)  CASTELLO SFORZESCO. Map  06:00 PM  Piazza Sempione (COMBINED) –WRITER A  VIA BRERA. 5 Milan  Map  07:00 PM  Versace (YES)  VIA GESU. 6 Milan  Map  10:00 AM  Woolrich (NO)  VIA LOMBARDINI. PIAZZA CASTELLO Milan  Map Saturday. 20 Milan . Sep 24 2011  09:30 AM  Bottega Veneta (YES) –WRITER C  VIA PRIVATA ERCOLE MARELLI. 15 Milan  Map  06:00 PM  Marco de Vincenzo (NO)  VIA CLERICI.

10 Milan  Map  02:00 PM  Jil Sander (YES) –WRITER C  VIA LUCA BELTRAMI. 15 Milan  Map . Map  10:30 AM  Emporio Armani (YES) –WRITER C  VIA BERGOGNONE. 11 a Milan  Map  12:30 PM  Sportmax (NO)  VIA SENATO. 5 Milan  Map  05:00 PM  Just Cavalli (YES) –WRITER C  VIA OROBIA. 5 Milan  Map  03:00 PM  Silvio Betterelli (NO)  VIA CLERICI. 59 Milan  Map  12:00 PM  Agnona (NO)  VIA BIGLI.

16 Milan  Map  08:30 PM  Moschino Cheap & Chic (YES) –WRITER C  VIA MARINA ANG. 22 Milan  Map  10:00 AM  Bally (COMBINED) –WRITER A  CORSO VENEZIA. 15 Milan  Map  07:00 PM  Emilio Pucci (YES) –WRITER C  C.SO VENEZIA. Sep 25 2011  09:30 AM  Marni (YES) –WRITER C  VIA ALSERIO. 06:00 PM  Ter et Bantine (NO)  VIA SAN FRANCESCO D’ ASSISI. 48 Milan  Map  02:00 PM  Dolce & Gabbana (YES) –WRITER C—Point out a comparison between Dolce & Gabban and D&G in cost and in style---WRITER C  VIALE PIAVE. VIA BOSCHETTI Milan  Map Sunday. 24 Milan  Map .

16 Milan  Map  06:00 PM  Salvatore Ferragamo (YES) –WRITER C  PIAZZA AFFARI. 3 Milan  Map . Sep 26 2011  09:30 AM  Dsquared2(COMBINED) ---WRITER A  VIA SAN LUCA. 6 Milan  Map  07:00 PM  Aquilano. 7 Milan  Map  05:00 PM  Giuliano Fujiwara (NO)  CORSO VENEZIA. 14 Milan  Map  08:00 PM  Versus (COMBINED) –WRITER A  TBC Milan  Map Monday.Rimondi (NO)  VIA PALESTRO.WRITER C  VIA FESTA DEL PERDONO. 04:00 PM  Missoni (YES) --WRITER C---Point out the collection that Missoni put together for Target and how huge the success was.

4th Paris . FRANCESCA LIBERATORE. Sep 27 2011  10:00 AM  Jean Paul Knott (NO)  61 rue de Bretagne.9 place des Vosges. 3rd Paris  04:00 PM  Aganovich (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Galerie Nikki Diana Marquardt . SERGEI GRINKO) Milan ============================================== Tuesday. 59 Milan  Map  01:00 PM  Roberto Cavalli (YES) –WRITER D  ARCO DELLA PACE. 10:30 AM  Giorgio Armani (YES) ---point out the difference between Emporio Armani and Giorgio Armani---WRITER D  VIA BERGOGNONE. VIA DEI MERCANTI (N-U-D-E MAURO GASPERI. Sep 27 2011  12:15 PM  N-U-D-E (NO)  LOGGIA DEI MERCANTI. PIAZZA SEMPIONE Milan  Map  02:00 PM  Gianfranco Ferré (COMBINED) ---WRITER A  VIA PONTACCIO. 21 Milan  Map Tuesday.

3rd Paris  09:00 PM  Julien David (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Hotel du Grand Veneur .11 avenue Albert de Mun.85 rue St Honoré.60 rue de Turenne. 7th Paris  06:00 PM  Anthony Vaccarello (COMBINED)—WRITER B  Cité de la Mode et du Design . Sep 28 2011  11:00 AM  Damir Doma (NO)  Cité de l'Architecture. 13th Paris  07:00 PM  Commuun (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Cité de la Mode et du Design . jardin des Tuileries. 1st Paris .25 quai Voltaire. 13th Paris  08:00 PM  Thimister (NO)  Mirage Turenne . 16th Paris  11:30 AM  Pedro Lourenço (NO)  Galerie Saint Honoré.34 quai d'Austerlitz. 3rd Paris  Wednesday. 05:00 PM  Corrado de Biase (NO)  Galerie Bailly . 8th Paris  12:00 PM  Guy Laroche (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Espace Ephémère Tuileries.34 quai d'Austerlitz.66 rue de Turenne.

16th Paris  04:00 PM  Felipe Oliveira Baptista (NO)  Jeu de Paume . 3rd Paris  03:00 PM  Dries Van Noten (YES) –WRITER D  Palais de Chaillot .66 rue de Turenne.11 rue Berryer. 8th Paris  05:00 PM  Rochas (COMBINED) –WRITER D  Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild . 4th Paris  06:00 PM  Gareth Pugh (NO)  Garage Turenne .1 place de la concorde. 2nd Paris  09:30 PM . 01:00 PM  Nicolas Andreas Taralis (NO)  Espace Commines . 8th Paris  05:00 PM  Jean Paul Lespagnard (NO)  23 rue de Renard.1 place du Trocadéro.17 rue des Commines. 3rd Paris  02:00 PM  Limi Feu (NO)  155 rue Saint-Martin. 3rd Paris  08:00 PM  Rue du Mail (NO)  5 rue du Mail.

11th Paris  Thursday.2 rue Scribe.11 avenue Albert de Mun. 9th Paris  04:00 PM  Barbara Bui (YES) –WRITER D  Hotel Ritz . 8th Paris  12:00 PM  Manish Arora (NO)  Cité de l'Architecture .place Vendôme. 6th Paris  02:00 PM  Sharon Wauchob (NO)  Théâtre de l'Odéon . 6th Paris  11:00 AM  Carven (NO)  Jeu de Paume.2 rue Japy. 16th Paris  01:00 PM  Ann Demeulemeester (YES) –WRITER D  Couvent des Cordeliers .2 rue Corneille. 1 place de la Concorde. 6th Paris  03:00 PM  Balmain (YES) –WRITER D  Grand Hotel . 1st Paris  05:00 PM . Sep 29 2011  10:00 AM  Balenciaga (YES) –WRITER D  15 rue Cassette. Mugler (NO)  Gymnase Japy .15 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine.

salle Marcel Cerdan .2 rue Scribe.85/87 rue du Faubourg St Martin. Rick Owens (COMBINED) ---WRITER B  POPB .11 rue des Capucines.8 bld de Bercy. 12th Paris  06:30 PM  MUS (NO)  Pavillon du Panthéon Bouddhique . 16th Paris  Friday.Musée Guimet . Sep 30 2011  10:00 AM  Roland Mouret (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Hotel Westin . 16th Paris  06:30 PM  Uniqueness (COMBINED) –WRITER B  TBD Paris  07:00 PM  Nina Ricci (YES) –WRITER D  34 avenue Foch.pte 28 .salle des tirages . 1st Paris  11:00 AM  Hussein Chalayan (NO)  BETC .19 avenue d'Iéna. 10th Paris  12:00 PM  Gaspard Yurkievich (NO)  Grand hotel Intercontinental . 9th Paris  12:30 PM  Sacai (NO)  Hotel d'Evreux .3 rue de Castiglione. 1st Paris  12:30 PM .

1st Paris  01:00 PM  Anne Valérie Hash (NO)  Jeu de Paume .34 quai d'Austerlitz.jardin des Tuileries.2 rue Scribe. 9th Paris  08:30 PM  Yohji Yamamoto (YES) –WRITER D  POPB . 6th Paris  04:30 PM  Maison Martin Margiela (YES) –WRITER D  Cité de la Mode et du Design .15 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine.salle Marcel Cerdan .77 rue de Varenne.8 bld de Bercy.pte 28 . 8th Paris  02:30 PM  Christian Dior (YES) –WRITER D  Musée Rodin . 1st Paris  06:30 PM  Vivienne Westwood (YES) –WRITER D  Grand Hotel Intercontinental . Vionnet (NO)  8 rue de Valois. 13th Paris  05:30 PM  Lanvin (YES) –WRITER D  Espace Ephémère Tuileries . 7th Paris  03:30 PM  Isabel Marant (YES) –WRITER B  Couvent des Cordeliers . Oct 1 2011  09:30 AM .1 place de la Concorde. 12th Paris  Saturday.

13 rue du Mail.pte 28 . 1st Paris  02:30 PM  Cacharel (YES) –WRITER D  Couvent des Cordeliers . 12th Paris  11:30 AM  Tsumori Chisato (NO)  Centorial .jardin des Tuileries.8 bld de Bercy. 2nd Paris  12:30 PM  Martin Grant (YES) –WRITER D  Hotel Westin .3 rue de Castiglione. Junya Watanabe (YES) –WRITER D  TBC Paris  10:00 AM  Alberto Biani (NO)  5 rue de l'université. 1st Paris  01:30 PM  Viktor & Rolf (COMBINED)—WRITER B  Espace Ephémère Tuileries .18 rue du 4 septembre. 2nd Paris  03:30 PM  Véronique Leroy (COMBINED) –WRITER B . 6th Paris  02:30 PM  Neil Barrett (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Salle Erard .15 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine.salle Marcel Cerdan . 7th Paris  10:30 AM  Haider Ackermann (COMBINED) –WRITER D  POPB .

16th Paris  11:00 AM  Andrew Gn (NO) .1 place du Trocadéro.108 rue Vieille du temple .1 rue Clotilde.3rd floor. Cité de la Mode et du Design .12 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine. 3rd Paris  07:00 PM  Jean Paul Gaultier (YES) –WRITER D  325 rue Saint-Martin. 13th Paris  04:30 PM  Sonia Rykiel (YES) –WRITER D  Halle Freyssinet .55 boulevard Vincent Auriol. Oct 2 2011  10:00 AM  Akris (COMBINED)—WRITER B  Palais de Chaillot . 3rd Paris  08:00 PM  Loewe (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Ecole de Médecine . 6th Paris  09:30 PM  Kanye West (COMBINED)—WRITER B  Lycée Henri IV . 5th Paris  Sunday. 13th Paris  05:30 PM  Comme des Garçons (YES) –WRITER D  TBC Paris  06:00 PM  Trias (NO)  Cent8 .34 quai d'Austerlitz.

1 avenue Gordon Bennett.1 place de la concorde.9/11 av FD Roosevelt. 8th Paris  03:00 PM  Issey Miyake (YES) –WRITER E  Espace Ephémère Tuileries . 8th Paris  12:00 PM  Costume National (YES) ---WRITER D  Centorial . Hôtel de Crillon . 1st Paris  04:00 PM  Hermès (YES) –WRITER E  Jeu de Paume . 8th Paris  11:00 AM  Sophia Kokosalaki (NO)  Westin . 1st Paris  12:00 PM  Azzaro (COMBINED)—WRITER B  65 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré.Napoleon suite .18 rue du 4 septembre. 8th Paris . 16th Paris  02:30 PM  Maiyet (NO)  Hotel France-Amériques .place de la Concorde. 2nd Paris  01:00 PM  Celine (YES) ---WRITER E  Tennis Club de Paris .3 rue Castiglione.84 av Georges Lafont.jardin des Tuileries. 16th Paris  02:00 PM  Alexis Mabille (NO)  Les Serres d'Auteuil .

place de l'opéra.1 place de la Concorde.39 avenue de Wagram. 2nd Paris  11:00 AM  Emanuel Ungaro (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Salle Wagram . 6th Paris  04:00 PM  Chloé (YES) ---WRITER E  Espace Ephémère Tuileries. Oct 3 2011  10:00 AM  Stella McCartney (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Opéra Garnier . 8th Paris  01:30 PM  Giambattista Valli (COMBINED) –WRITER B  Couvent des Cordeliers . 17th Paris  12:00 PM  Leonard (NO)  Galerie du Jeu de Paume .15 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine. 05:00 PM  John Galliano (COMBINED) –WRITER B  TBC Paris  06:00 PM  Kenzo (COMBINED)—WRITER B  TBC Paris  08:00 PM  Givenchy (YES)  TBC Paris  Monday. jardin des Tuileries. 1st Paris .

1st Paris .avenue Winston Churchill. 05:00 PM  Thierry Colson (NO)  Cercle de l'Union interalliée . 8th Paris  Tuesday.33 rue du Fbg St Honoré.15 place Vendôme. 1st Paris  11:30 AM  Hakaan (NO)  Hotel Ritz .11 rue Berryer. 3rd Paris  10:30 AM  Chanel (YES) –WRITER E  Grand Palais .1 place du Trocadéro.5 rue Debelleyme.15 place Vendôme. 8th Paris  11:00 AM  Hamilton-Paris (NO)  Hotel Ritz . Oct 4 2011  10:00 AM  Christophe Lemaire (NO)  14 rue de Saintonge. 8th Paris  06:00 PM  Vanessa Bruno (NO)  Palais de Chaillot . 16th Paris  07:00 PM  Odeeh (NO)  Galerie Karsten Greve . 3rd Paris  07:30 PM  Yves Saint Laurent (YES) –WRITER E  Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild .

19th Paris  Wednesday. 12:30 PM  Jean-Charles de Castelbajac (NO)  Le 1515 . 1st Paris  04:30 PM  Paco Rabanne (COMBINED)—WRITER B  Centre Georges Pompidou . 16th Paris  07:30 PM  Alexander McQueen (YES) –WRITER E  5 bis rue Curial.jardin des Tuileries. Oct 5 2011  10:00 AM  Louis Vuitton (YES) –WRITER B  Cour Carrée du Louvre.32 rue Marbeuf. 6th Paris  06:30 PM  Paul & Joe (NO)  Palais de Chaillot 1 place du Trocadéro. 4th Paris  05:00 PM  Moncler Gamme Rouge (NO)  Couvent des cordeliers .Place Pompidou. 1st Paris .15 rue de l'Ecole de Médecine. 1st Paris  02:30 PM  Valentino (YES) –WRITER E  Espace Ephémère Tuileries . 8th Paris  02:00 PM  Paule Ka (NO)  223 rue Saint Honoré.

ARTICLES FOR MEN and WOMEN I need about five articles geared for men . 11:00 AM  Talbot Runhof (NO)  The Westin Paris . Also need five for women. TOKYO FASHION WEEK SCHEDULE Look it up online ============================================== ========================== NOTES ON ARTICES FEATURING WOMEN'S FASHIONS Most female dentists feel they are condemned to wearing pants all year long to treat patients.2 rue Scribe. Again. I want to make a constant point that this should not be the case especially in Spring/Summer/Fall. For example: Jill Stuart carries a few flowy skirts and dresses that are knee length that would be comfortable and practical. I'd like these articles to address men with somewhat higher economic status . style and current trends do not have be sacrificed for comfort and practicality. So. certain skirts and dresses can be worn in the operatories. 9th Paris  02:00 PM  Miu Miu (YES) –WRITER E  TBC Paris  04:30 PM  Elie Saab (YES)—WRITER E  Espace Ephémère Tuileries . 1st Paris2. make sure the reader feels female dentists do not have to wear pants in the operatories.jardin des Tuileries.3 rue de Castiglione. 1st Paris  01:00 PM  Alena Akhmadullina (NO)  Grand hotel Intercontinental . that means while they are seeing patients. When female dentists sit in the treatment rooms (aka operatories) to care for patients. Please point out designs/designers that carry everyday fashion that could be worn in the treatment rooms.

Why men should get rid of pleated pants 5 Anything worth writing about: why do so many men are stuck wearing khaki and navy pants. One of the articles should aim at telling men why fashion is important for men. In general. Again. You can write definitions for types of skirts that are practical that can do the tricks. I'd like to approach in a budget conscious fashion without sounding cheap. If you have some ideas on that aspect and want to check with me. write things that can help inspire men to dress elegantly even in the office. That means.(example dentists). you can offer advice on bargain. Make reference to the economy so that it appears the writer is aware of what is going with the economy and there are articles of clothing (and accessories) that will not break the bank or leave a bid dent on one's wallet. write some articles that can help female dentists pick something other than scrubs that can look chic and elegant. no pencil skirt but let's focus on clothing items such as skirt and dresses that are flowy. Once you submit your articles. 6 TO 10: Need 10 more topics (you can suggest some or I'll try come up with some) THEMES AND KEYWORDS TO USE In fashion. However. In lifestyle. male dentists spend tons of $$ on their toys such as their luxury cars. And don't forget the stubborn polo shirt in every color. I'll have someone get some photos to illustrate them. After all. SOME KEYWORDS IN GENERAL dental fashion dentist fashion dentist's lifestyle dentist's etiquette dentist's image . Offer advice on how to improve their quality of life. let's speak directly to the dentists. Overview to get the men interested to read more on separate designers. 3. if you're writing about clothes. almost anything is a go. For males. you are welcome to send me your ideas. Cover middle of the road to high end. not just for women 2. 1. Examples: look on the net for terminologies. anything bargain or economy in any category. Great shoes and boots for men. without sacrificing practicality and functionality in the treatment room. Include comfortable shoes that can be worn all day without sacrificing style 4. if you have any suggestion as to what type of photos we could use. please do add a remark or photo suggestion at the end of your article. I'm not having you do that so you won't spend too much time researching for photos. Summary of what designers brought some great fashion at Fashion Weeks for men.

please do not hesitate to ask me. In the future. you may say: to read about how to pick a great silk tie. Let's make those content writings an oasis for those reading them. . Right now. click here. ie professionals with higher level of education so you can sound intelligent but don't let intelligence lead your content to monotony and boredom. Avoid being too generic Be specific as much as you can when you are giving advice If you have a topic that is too long to be contained in an article of 400 to 600 words. Feel free to write nesting articles. Give more than one reasons to your reader to come back to your content for more Again. in writing a rather general article say how to put together a nice suit to wear to a convention. and you can submit a second article stating "how to pick a great silk tie". this is especially for dentists. we may have a section for team members/staff. So. if you don't want to lose your focus. speak directly to the dentist. Should you have any questions. IN CLOSING I think this would get you started. I'm pretty you have by now a very good idea of the flavor of these blogs. make it in two parts.dentist's hair personal styling wardrobe styling dental scrubs medical scrubs scrubs dental lab coats dental lab coat IN GENERAL Be funny Be witty Have fun writing Give real advice that is useful The content is meant for dentists mostly.

dentist. you are not limited to just those keywords. lab coat. I know it can be a bit difficult so if it helps. That's also why I've given a lot of liberties to all writers as long as keywords are used. That's why I asked that you be creative. the use of keywords applies to all the topics/designers.Additional notes for keywords Please remember the keywords should be used more than once within each article. Yes. I suggest keywords be used many times without being redundant. NOT EVERYTHING BELOW THESE LINES MIGHT BE RELEVANT TO THE SPECIFIC COVERAGE OF SPRING SUMMER 2012 COLLECTIONS. you can add some keywords that would include dental. Keywords are meant to help guide your writing to hit the niche target and keep them interested so they can come back for more. make up a subtitle with the keywords. ============================== NEED COVERAGE ON Spring/Summer 2012: New York Fashion Week Milan Fashion Week London Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week . It would be great to have them in the title as well. dental style. Hope this helps some more. even if it might not directly apply to your specific categories/designers and I will send a combined list of any additional keywords to you help you all out even more. Remember. I'm open to suggestions: If you are thinking of some keywords: please send me some. dental fashion.

However. PLEASE AVOID USING PLAGIARISM style. SITE FOR PHOTOS ---to look at so you can see the looks I would have some photos available but I don't know which ones yet. they don’t repeat them enough. If it’s a recommendation for a convention or a seminar.com fashionista. there are tons of videos you can look at by looking up names of designers. Make sure you are looking at Spring/Summer 2012 Collections. giving them the quality that makes a piece of clothing a staple in your wardrobe. lack some good elements such as keywords. Do NOT mix up with wrong collections. Also. TSE (this was written by another contractor) TSE’s Spring 2012 offering is a lineup full of clean. I'm not sure you will find videos for every single designer. When they have the keywords. they should specify why they are good for the dentists to wear at work.Tokyo Fashion Week (just write one general article) SITE FOR VIDEOS ON FASHION SHOWS Look up online on youtube. it should state it very clearly in the article using the keywords. The pieces are well tailored. Noteworthy ensembles .com (but it may not have photo of all the shows and all the designers) SITE FOR MORE PHOTOS AND INSPIRATION.com wwd. simple lines – a refresher from all the floral and color blocked designs this season.com ============================================================ FLAVOR/GOAL OF SOME OF THE ARTICLES Target for male and female dentists to help them gain consciousness on getting fashionable IDEA OF WHAT I WOULD LIKE COMMENTS: The following articles though overall written in good English. I plan to use following sites such as: fashionwirepress.

ANOTHER EXAMPLE Luca Luca (this was written by another contractor) Sensual and feminine – These are the two words that will best describe Raul Melgoz’s spring/summer 2012 collection for Luca Luca . I'm copying it below in case it doesn't exist anymore.includes a sand and navy striped top paired with a similarly patterned bias cut skirt and a rust colored sweater and black pleated satin skirt combo. if any any (see below) of the clothes (especially skirt and dresses for women). I want to focus on two things: practical side. The only problem that this collection presents is its too simple aesthetic. sounds really amazing isn’t? Consider a plus. yet these pieces are guaranteed to stay and easy to pack for traveling to your next dental convention. and style of designer to help give an education to the reader.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hMBXY_X3M_tgbKishhXLnZaJ . The link will show you the whole thing with images. Almost all the looks featured fantastic sheer fabrics and cutouts that will surely move with you as you work and will enable anybody to feel comfortable while doing their own jobs.One of the brands that were known for putting up feminine yet structured silhouettes in our luxurious outfits. One more thing. What I do NOT like is that it talks a lot about different models. nothing surprising or exciting. looks like it has subset of articles .google. ======================================================== I like this article. http://www. just perfect to deliver good vibes and great moods to anyone at work. Do not write about the models unless you feel it would add a certain flavor. it does NOT necessarily have the same names of designers I need covered. These are just some of those outfits that will never sacrifice comfort just to look fabulous. when you want to work more at ease with your hair in place then this collection also comes with turbans on their models that definitely completed that chic look. The collection was very feminine that it played over soft and flowy with lots of draping which are really good for those who want to still look sexy and elegant even while doing their jobs. those citrus and jewel tones color-blocked palettes combined with playful prints used in the collection since they inhibit a fresh and clean feeling. Please note this is an example.

or loose without crossing into '70s redux or boho slouch. too.wt1Q?docId=b8089869e2a84ffe92b923e3c241f50a =========================================== Easy elegance. "Something felt classy about how he put himself together but it was never too buttoned up." set in steamy. She wondered. with the sound turned down." she said. "That's what fashion should be: effortless and fun. Carolina Herrera said." Rachel Roy reimagined the easy elegance of the 1992 film "The Lover. The secret. deceitfully simple. A shirtdress got oversized pockets and a delicate red cocktail dress was made of seersucker silk. A blackand-blue gown was as soft and pretty as you'd expect from the designer. and loose trousers as many designers did this time around. how the teen lover would have looked in the summer suits of her wealthy paramour. Look to tailoring that appears simple. deceitfully simple but never sloppy. when it really isn't. Even more so with an unexpected feminine touch. like the Olsen twins at The Row. Fashion Week moves to London. AP Fashion Writer–4 days ago NEW YORK — An easy spring elegance. CAROLINA HERRERA Herrera. not a hair out of place. "Fashion has to have details and it's a way of doing them in a very simple way that they look effortless. Roy also offered cascading skirts that looked as if the fabric was wrapped around the body and pinned ever so lightly at the waist. 1929 French Indochina. brought a bit of good clean fun to New York Fashion Week as the twice-annual round of frenzied runway shows moved into the fifth day Monday. then Milan and Paris when it wraps up in New York on Thursday. is in the details. who seems to never have a wrinkle in her skirt. on NY runways By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL. . "I wanted the look to be loose but not sloppy." she said. It's not Herrera's way to make things too fussy. Making things look simple can be one of the hardest things to do." She offered pajama pieces. RACHEL ROY There's something romantic about women in men's clothes. has a playful side. even though it was covered in sharp-edge embroidery. even when there's a lot going on. she said.

there was a sculptural. It was the full.That's what Roy set out to do. she said. Karan turned out clothes inspired by her trips to Haiti working on earthquake relief. Cole Porter tunes filled the room. It all adds up to "a lot of "effortless glamour. and she likes that. Two women in bathing caps and long gray and white skirts. . jersey and stretch silk. Tropez. adding to the authenticity of the Haitian journey. yellow and white that she styled with a floppy hat. There was a similar black mousseline ribbon dress with cascading strips at the hemline. A little easy chic. Roy's life as a working mother requires work clothes.' 'I'm relaxed. however. Another was perched high atop a lifeguard chair. linen. The red carpet stylist-turned-designer said she'd like to dress the woman "who wants to stand with the attitude of 'I'm chill. all-beaded shift dress and an off-the-shoulder long dress in a Matisseinspired floral print in black. you're not confident. The palette was grounded in earthy browns and the collection adorned with wood and gold-stud embellishments. swirl-skirt silhouette. A little St." RACHEL ZOE A little Brigitte Bardot. DONNA KARAN To a soundtrack of tribal drums. Other looks include a men's style. Tailored menswear styles ooze power. and if you're not confident. on a couch. Wyclef Jean sat in the front row. locked in a bird cage. wore a shimmery sequined mermaid gown — with fins. One model was in long feathery garb. For evening. She tries to offer all of that to her customer. weekend wear and black-tie gowns. Many of the dresses were form-fitting patchworks of canvas. She cranked up an old phonograph. ultimately I want to look powerful and smart. white-canvas pantsuit with a yellow tie-collar blouse. folded gown with an open neckline in a floral print that was feminine without being prissy. that really grabbed the retailers and editors attention. "In doing so I really want the woman to feel comfortable." according to Rachel Zoe. a halter-neck. THOM BROWNE Browne presented his collection in the hallowed halls of the New York Public Library. and. you're not looking powerful and smart. Another. The audience whispered its confusion." she said. But this was no study hall. They were sexy without being flashy.'" Zoe herself wore a long black maxi dress that's part of her line. "If you're not comfortable. Was this all there was? Then a hostess came in to start the party.

MARC BY MARC JACOBS Somehow the models didn't break a sweat. He also played with lengths. But. purple. were big for the girls. Luckier were the few who got to wear bathing suits. The red-carpet photographers might capture her in a long black T-shirt dress with a blue vertical stripe down the middle or gold cargo shorts with a sheer black V-neck top. Elle Fanning braved the air-conditionless show. JOSEPH ALTUZARRA Big comfortable pieces like an oversize knit sweater in neon yellow was paired with a tight leather skirt.The clothes had both a '20s flapper feel and a futuristic accent. even if she didn't. though thankfully most of the outerwear was in cotton twill. someone who goes out at night — maybe even someone with little kids. Sound like anyone you know? Look for her come spring in a halter-style babydoll dress. LAMB Gwen Stefani's LAMB collection came to New York Fashion Week. which featured sporty looks in bright colors like electric orange. His jungle print with bright red. One felt a little sorry for the models who had to sport coats. all adorable. belted dress had a soft ruffle at the hemline just above the knee. and a bright white form fitting. A trouser would begin at mid-thigh. zip-front halter quilted vest paired with matching long pants and as an accent on a . especially one in flame scarlet with a peplum to give it some sass. there was a smaller presentation of two dozen styles. Or a schoolgirl plaid skirt with suspenders would begin below the knees. the derriere covered by something completely unrelated. green and pink flowers stood out. Also sharp was a ruffle-less striped version. hurray for the one-piece! There were no bikinis in sight. She built on her vision from the fall of a hipster muse who has a richer life than nightclubs. utilitarian jumpsuit with a drawstring waist. houndstooth culottes and a checkered. striped pants in bright colors for the boys. Someone who works. more precisely peplums. Browne likes jackets. Instead of the big runway shows the line has put together the last few fashion cycles. And speaking of bathing suits. flame scarlet and fresh grass. and here he played with shoulders. Ruffles. this is Gwen Stefani — and the line to get in was long Sunday. No matter — they packed in anyway for a glimpse at Jacobs' secondary line. But it was a sultry affair at the Marc by Marc Jacobs show inside the cavernous New York State Armory. exaggerating them so they looked at times like stylish space suits. but three one-pieces. It appeared in a print.

The looks were all cocktail frocks. One outfit that jumped out was the electric orange half-zip coat paired with the electric orange cotton lace-overlay shell and swirl-print skirt. respectful sensibility in a parade of old Hollywood-style gowns. double-lapel daytime dress with a trumpet hem. He let the dresses own the drama. Turquoise must be Thakoon's favorite color right now. and a molded gown made of lustrous. with intricate beading and a sporadic train. LELA ROSE She used silk for texture.pair of skinny white crop pants and leather jacket. "I love the crossover from lingerie. gala gowns and the occasional lace tap pant. gray satin with a huge mermaid hemline. THAKOON PANICHGUL Panichgul's easy breezy spring comes with cowboy hats. . Coco Rocha wore the first and last looks: a snug ivory silk-faille. swarms of paparazzi or jostling for seats. struggled to get down the long catwalk because the many dresses were cut like second skins with narrow pencil skirts — even underneath those huge flares of fabric at the bottom. Hatted models had hot pink and purple hair. A standout in the color was a cotton poplin gathered waist shirtdress with a black paisley overlay. No loud music. Little easy elegance here. like many of the models. ZAC POSEN Posen expressed a restrained." Packham said. Rose turned up the sparkle factor with a metallic organza seamed bustier dress that shimmered and added feminine white fabric flowers to a gorgeous lemon-colored silk dress. JENNY PACKHAM She let her models slip into something more comfortable but left them runway ready. He mixed Old West and Indian paisley in a silk georgette shirt. Rocha. but there was an underlying delicacy and simplicity born from the lingerie-like layers. including an optic T-shirt and periwinkle color blocked shorts that could be worn inside while reading a book or just as easily out to brunch with friends.

___ AP National Writer Jocelyn Noveck and Associated Press Writer Summer Moore in New York contributed to this report. .