Noel Taylor, who designed costumes for "Actor: The Paul Muni Story" and "The Teahouse of the August Moon" on Broadway, died Thursday in Los Angeles of natural causes. He was 97.
If you happen upon any members of the Costume Designers Guild at Comic-Con this year, don't mention the "M" word. "There's a huge, very lucrative thing called 'merchandising,' and it's shared between…
Just the mention of Giorgio Armani and "Desperate Housewives" caused packs of black-clad fashionistas to flood Rodeo Drive, where the fashion house and Disney/ABC Television Group prexy Anne Sweeney…
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