Plus, Tanya Taylor collaborates with Pantone.
Plus, Rebag expands into watches and fine jewelry.
It's a playful take on a classic fall outfit formula.
His first collection for the brand will debut in early 2021.
Plus, Christopher John Rogers talks growing his company with Business of Fashion.
Plus, a new sustainable marketplace launches today.
Paired with a Pop & Suki top-handle bag.
The retailer is forging ahead with its iconic displays — though, they'll be rolling out differently (and with social distancing in mind).
It stars Liya Kebede, for a deeply personal reason.
Plus, what does "vote" merch even mean in 2020?
Another incredible (and rare) Phoebe Philo moment on the red carpet.
She made two appearances over the weekend, to honor World Mental Health Day and International Day of the Girl.
The brand is bringing in artists, creatives and even other designers to reimagine the recognizable — and highly commercial — motif.
Plus, Robin Givhan is profiled in Cultured.
Plus, the state of independent beauty post-pandemic.
Summer-to-fall dressing, at its finest.
"From a fashion standpoint, I mean, she's always been beyond."
The designer talks quarantine doodling, establishing house codes and "making really specific, intentional clothes."
In the show notes, Nicolas Ghesquière wrote about "stepping into a territory that is still stylistically vague," designing a collection that "erases gender and promises exponential creative possibilities."
She's moving into a new editor-at-large position at 'New York.'
Except, it's been renamed — now, it's the Notorious Necklace.
Its virtual RevolveU conference is the latest example of the company's marketing pivot, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Plus, Teyana Taylor, Halima Aden, Telfar Clemens and more cover 'CR Fashion Book'.
Think strong-shouldered blazers, but styled with bike shorts.