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Marc Jacobs Debuts at the Paris Opera

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Nutcracker, anyone? According to French Vogue, the Garnier Opera in Paris has commissioned Marc Jacobs to create 42 dresses for a performance there. Suddenly, the plan behind Jacobs’s ballet flats is clear.

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The truth about Heidi: Being on Project Runway is rumored to be career suicide for a designer aspiring to actual success in the fashion industry. But that doesn’t stop season three winner Jeffrey Sebelia. New York stores haven’t ordered his clothes yet but Jeffrey insists his newfound celebrity will make it work.

Coming out: Christian Lacroix opens up about the uneasy path of a heterosexual socialist in the fashion industry and how he didn’t quite fit in the “management structure” of fashion giant LVMH.

Layering for Dummies: Did you know that layering makes clothes that don’t seem wearable, wearable? Or how not to look fat in two sweaters and a vest? Do boots have to match your pants? All these vital questions and more, answered—right now!—on Off the Rack.

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