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Costello Tagliapietra "Knit"-Picks at Fall 2013 New York Fashion Week

Only fools mistake femininity for weakness, and if there’s one thing Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra are not, it’s foolish. The married duo’s signature…

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Costello Tagliapietra is a Grand Love Affair at Spring 2013 NY Fashion Week

Photos by Amanda Coen for Ecouterre No huge surprises at Costello Tagliapietra’s Spring/Summer 2013 show at New York Fashion Week on Thursday. The burly duo, who are living proof…

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Costello Tagliapietra Launches Lower-Price C&T Collection for Barneys

C LOVES T Anchored by a vivid palette of saturated jewel tones (malachite, coral, turquoise), the knee- to ankle-length frocks are ladylike to the hilt. Rayon replaces satin, wool, and…

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7 Water-Saving Innovations Employed by the Garment Industry

AIRDYE Simply put, AirDye technology adds color to textiles sans the wet stuff. The patented process system adds PVC-free inks to a paper carrier, then heat-transfers the dyes from the…

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Watch Costello Tagliapietra's Celeb-Studded Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week Show (Video)

Static images seldom do runway shows any justice, particularly when they’re as dynamic as Costello Tagliapietra’s Fall/Winter 2012 debut at New York Fashion Week. Watch our…

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Costello Tagliapietra Brings Romance to Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week

ROMANCE IN BLOOM Costello and Tagliapietra’s kaleidoscopic prints have become as much a trademark as their coordinating outfits. And in this instance, they led the collection.…

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Parsons Students' Water-Saving AirDye Fashions Hit the Catwalk

AIRDYE x PARSONS AirDye technology is a patented process that uses 90 percent less water and 85 percent less energy than traditional dyeing methods. Developing the fabrics was only the…

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Parsons Students Team Up With AirDye on Water-Saving Eco-Fashion

CONSIDERED DESIGN Simply put, AirDye technology applies color to textiles without water. Comprising a patented process that uses 90 percent less water and 85 percent less energy than…

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14 Mainstream Luxury Brands That Have Flirted With Eco-Fashion

FAILING GRADE When it comes to their environmental track record, luxury-goods makers have earned a less-than-glowing rap, and deservedly so. In a 2007 report by the World Wildlife Fund…

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JulieApple's Eco-Friendly Bags Take a Bite Out of Water Footprint With AirDye Technology

For former LeSportsac veteran Julianne Applegate, who went rogue in July with her own line of boldly patterned stuff sacks, great design is synonymous with green design. “To…

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