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Sep 11th 2013

AOL On Rolls Out More Video Series

We're proud to say that the AOL On portfolio of original video series has been growing – most recently with the debut of "The Sartorialist". The series follows photographer and street blogger Scott Schuman as he searches the city streets from New York to Milan, Madrid and other capitals of Europe for amazing fashion and the stories behind the style.

"Serving Innovation," another new series, gives viewers a fresh look into the stories and passions that motivate some of the most innovative tastemakers in America. Check out the last three episodes that have profiled chef Richard Blais, baker Dorie Greenspan and brewmaster Garrett Oliver.

Make sure to stay tuned to AOL On – there's more to come.
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Jan 22nd 2013

Nina Garcia's Original Web Series 'Decoding Style' Launches on AOL On Style!

Nina Garcia is a woman of many titles, Marie Claire Fashion Director, Project Runway judge and New York Times best-selling author. Now she can add host of the AOL On original series, "Decoding Style" to that list.

Starting today, Nina will help transform very deserving women by 'decoding' what her style is communicating to the world. The fashion maven will then update her look to embody what she hopes to express from the inside out. The entire 10-episode series will be available exclusively on the AOL On's Style channel as well as StyleList, HuffPost Style and HuffPost Women.

Get a sneak peek at "Decoding Style" with the video below and visit AOL On to watch the full episode.

Sep 7th 2012

AOL Artists Celebrate Fashion Week with New Canvases


It is officially Fashion Week! Get glamourous with four paintings by our newest AOL Artists Cate Parr and NOMOCO. The new canvases debuted on AOL.com today along with a bonus canvas, Rain Cloud, by NOMOCO.

Cate Parr, a Los Angeles-based artist, was born and raised in the UK. Cate's paintings are executed in watercolor and ink, focusing on color, gesture and movement. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and Detour Magazine, to name a few. NOMOCO, a London-based artist, was born and raised in Japan. NOMOCO's work also utilizes ink and paint, deriving inspiration from movement and play. She has worked with clients such as The New York Times, Neiman Marcus and Marc Jacobs. We're thrilled to welcome Cate Parr and NOMOCO into the AOL Artists community.

Want to make one of the new canvases your background on AOL.com? Click for Lady, Rose, Palette, Five Girls, or Rain Cloud.

Feb 21st 2012

MyDaily's Mary Katrantzou Wows at London Fashion Week


MyDaily's
contributing editor, Mary Katrantzou, debuted her much anticipated fashion show for Autumn/Winter 2012 this morning as part of London Fashion Week.

Those lucky enough to have a ticket to the show received a Mary Katrantzou designed goody bag, which amongst other things, included the MyDaily Little Black Book, a pivotal asset hosting all the important fashion contacts a girl needs.

Mary was showcasing pieces from her Autumn/Winter 2012 collection, which was based around the beauty in mundane everyday things – think your office keyboard, spoons, clothes hangers and chess pieces!

You can read MyDaily's review of the collection and look through a gallery of her new designs here, and check out the latest London Fashion Week coverage all week on MyDaily.

MyDaily has another MyDaily Presents event planned with Mary Katrantzou in the next few months- stay tuned for more details!

Dec 9th 2011

Arianna Huffington Interviews Vogue Italia Editor Franca Sozzani


Yesterday, Arianna Huffington invited Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani to come to our New York office for a conversation that touched on everything from fashion to sleep to plastic surgery.

Take a look at the clips below and find out what Sozzani thinks about the recent controversy regarding Karlie Kloss, why she loves being single and how she stays fearless. Members from the AOL/Huffington Post had the opportunity to ask questions about the upcoming fashion week schedule, fabulous first ladies and the role of celebrities in magazines.



(This post originally ran on Stylelist.)

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