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The Way We Wore remembers Hubert Givenchy

Couturier Hubert Givenchy past away today at 91. A design icon who leaves a legacy of cinematic and runway confections threaded with innovation and stitched with elegance since opening his atelier in 1952. His partnership and friendship with Audrey Hepburn defined the 50's and 60's, creating an insatiable appetite for...

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LA Frock Stars Throw Back: Paper Dresses!

What began as a marketing gimmick popularized by Scott Paper Company in the 1960s has become one of the more collectible items from fashion history. Intended to promote disposable cellulose fabric, paper clothing with mod prints and even Warhol-esque patterns (such as the iconic Cambell’s Soup print) flooded US stores....

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Gaelle Paul for S Magazine

We don't always get to see how our pieces ends up getting used but when we do, it's always love! As Doris would say, it's about finding that perfect match between clothing and person. For editorials especially, we love to see how pieces have been reimagined in a whole new...

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Debi Mazar's Great Tastes

We are always delighted when Debi Mazar stops by the store as she has been a member of TWWW’s extended family for many years now. Her passion for vintage clothing is infectious; whenever Debi walks in the boutique, the entire space radiates with her energy and excitement. Following the success...

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