Try looking in the monthly archives. February 2018

Burberry taps Riccardo Tisci as chief creative officer

Burberry has named Riccardo Tisci as chief creative officer, effective March 12. Tisci will replace Christopher …read more

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Jennifer Hudson, Sofia Vergara, Tom Ford have An Unforgettable Evening at Women’s Cancer Research Fund gala

The Feb. 27 gala, which included a Pitbull medley of 11 songs, honored Hudson and Vergara. …read more

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Watch this air taxi make its maiden flight

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The autonomous passenger drone is designed to handle short trips over busy cities. …read more

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Harper Lee’s will, unsealed after a lawsuit, raises questions

A court in Alabama unsealed the will of Harper Lee, and the result raises questions about the fate of the …read more

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Why millennials are fixated on jade rollers, ancient Chinese beauty tools

The beauty device market is down, but the jade roller, a simple skin-care tool, is blowing up on Instagram. …read more

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Vogue puts brakes on editorial collaboration with Vice

Vogue is putting an indefinite hold on its partnership with Vice, WWD has learned. The project, …read more

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Where to get your aguachile fix: Four L.A.-area restaurants with great versions of the ‘chile water’ dish

There’s no secret to aguachile. The name, chile water, describes the dish just about perfectly. At its best, it is …read more

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Think pie is just for dessert? 21 savory pie recipes you’ll want to make right now

Chicken, duck, turkey, wild mushroom, cheese and more — we’ve put together 21 great recipes for savory pie, …read more

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At Paris Fashion Week, it’s a ’60s ‘Youthquake’ at Dior and an ’80s-era strong shoulder at Saint Laurent

For fall and winter 2018, Dior’s artistic director — and an unapologetic feminist — Maria Grazia Chiuri looked to the …read more

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World’s tallest ‘plyscraper’ planned for Asia

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Proposed ‘plyscraper’ would be more than 1,100 feet tall. …read more

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