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Throwback Thursdays with Tim Blanks

3 seasons, 56 episodes

Style.com editor at large Tim Blanks has been an eye witness to fashion's most memorable moments. Now the former Fashion File host revisits the iconic collections and people of seasons past, with exclusive footage and behind-the-scenes interviews.

Season 2

Fashion Shows Jeremy Scott’s Pink Poodle Collection It was one of the first collections he showed in Paris. In the late ’90s, wild child Jeremy Scott pushed clichés about French attire to the extreme by outfitting models in bright pink feminine frocks and separates with matching canine companions. Tim Blanks looks back on the amusing collection and how Scott has carried his irreverent aesthetic to Moschino today.
Fashion Shows Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. Debut Was B-A-N-A-N-A-S Back in the day, Tim Blanks often saw Gwen Stefani at John Galliano and Vivienne Westwood shows. Turns out, she was just doing her homework. In the early aughts she launched L.A.M.B.—a rocker-chic clothing line that made the fashion world take notice.
Celebrity Style Naomi Campbell: The Super-est of Supermodels She’s outspoken, controversial, and utterly unforgettable. Tim Blanks looks back at the career of Naomi Campbell, including an early ’90s interview with the supermodel herself.
Fashion Shows Sex Sells for Dolce & Gabbana Naomi Campbell, Gisele Bündchen, Natalia Vodianova, Stephanie Seymour. For their Spring 2003 collection, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana whipped up an all-star cast, each and every one of them at their sexy best in the duo’s iconic corsets and man-for-woman tailoring.
Fashion Shows Alexander McQueen’s Controversial "Highland Rape" Show Tim Blanks revisits Alexander McQueen’s Fall 1995 show, “Highland Rape,” which introduced the world not only to the designer’s trademark bumster pants, but also to his fierce national pride. The models’ torn garments and bloodied bodies ignited a fury, but this was no endorsement of rape, it was an exploration of Scotland’s turbulent history with England.