Winter-Spring 2012

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San Diego Style

The savviest looks and fashions in the city

Hats Off to the Del Mar Races

5 things you didn't know about the One and Only Truly Fabulous Hats Contest

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Agua Pura Brasil

Agua Pura Brasil: ViX Swimwear & Nika Water Team Up

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Ted Baker Spring Fling

Join San Diego Magazine and Ted Baker London at Fashion Valley Mall for a VIP shopping event

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Simon Fashion Now

Ready for a weekend of fashion frenzy?

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Meet Marco Bicego

The jewelry designer shares the inspiration behind his new collection

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Style: Easter Essentials

12 looks to get you Easter-ready this weekend

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The Leoluca Look

Meet the founders of this local handbag company

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Seeing Green

San Diego Magazine staff picks for St. Patrick’s Day Fashion

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Meet Steve Madden

Meet Steve Madden: the man behind the multi-million dollar footwear company.

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Haute Off The Runway: Nordstrom Designer Preview

The top Spring trends straight from the runway

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