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A nation illuminated
In the olden days, celebrations for the Spring Festival (春節) ended with lighting candles and lanterns before Chinese temples and praying for a prosperous year ahead. This practice, described as the Lantern Festival (元宵節), has become one of the most beautiful rituals of Chinese culture.
 
At Men's Fashion Week, a collection was out of this world
Inspiration for one elegant collection at Men's Fashion Week in New York came from heaven. Actually, further than that.
 
Male and female styles cap Paris menswear
Male and female styles mixed with U.S. television and music stars at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday for the final installment of fall-winter menswear shows as the City of Light prepares to notch up a gear for Monday's couture week. Here are the highlights:
 
Taoyuan Lantern Festival's lakeside view
In addition to the official Taiwan Lantern Festival (臺灣燈會), which is held in a new location each year, there are many celebrations across the island that use elements unique to their regions to put a special spin on the event.
 
Marlo Thomas hopes change can happen from inside the closet
Feminist actress, author and activist Marlo Thomas, who broke TV barriers in "That Girl," will not be at the Women's March on Washington. She'll be too busy with a new way she hopes to empower women -- clothes.
 
Travel meets star power at Louis Vuitton's Paris mens' show
Travel, trekking and urban exploration defined Thursday's installment of Paris Menswear Week. And did someone mention celebrities?
 
Impish, boyish looks permeate Milan's menswear runways
Impish, boyish looks are permeating the Milan menswear runway this season, and the mood seems to be a search for a simpler past.
 
Melania falls foul of the political fashion police
She may be tall, slim and a former model, but incoming first lady Melania Trump faces a new kind of fashion police -- designers refusing to dress her because of her husband's politics.
 
'Cutting Clouds'  with SHIATZY CHEN
Most of the time, life takes us by surprise at the moments least expected, allowing us to discover the greatest beauty in even the most mundane details. On a trip to Barcelona last year, Shiatzy Chen (王陳彩霞), designer and founder of Taiwan luxury brand SHIATZY CHEN (夏姿 · 陳), was left awestruck by the elaborate architecture of the Sagrada Família and fascinated in particular by the colorful beams of light filtered into the cathedral through stained-glass windows.
 
London shakes up tradition with mixed catwalks
Men and women are sashaying down catwalks together at London Fashion Week, in a shake-up of tradition backed by celebrated designers including Vivienne Westwood.
 
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