Plus, Bloomingdale's collaborates with Stella McCartney.
Making it feel daytime-appropriate at the brand's Spring 2012 show.
Plus, Jason Bolden and Law Roach candidly discuss being Black stylists in Hollywood.
The brand calls it "a tribute" to a time "when sunflowers and wildflowers radiate in glorious full bloom."
"The slight deconstruction of luxurious pieces is something that I feel will be a legacy of the pandemic for a few seasons to come. A more casual way to be extravagant."
"I didn't have this master plan. What I'll say is, I had this feeling — and I think everyone probably had this feeling one way or the other — that I'm supposed to be here."
Imagine a dinner with Daisy Edgar-Jones, Adwoa Aboah, Kelsey Lu and more, photographed by Tyler Mitchell.
Plus, a Victoria's Secret docu-series is coming to Hulu.
Raf Simons and Miuccia Prada's second collaboration as co-creative directors "explores the space that exists between conventional polar opposites."
Plus, Estée Lauder acquires Deciem.
This look really helped put the designer on the map.
Stuart Vevers tapped the brand's extended network of ambassadors, muses and friends for a full slate of Coach-ified TV programming.
He's building a British fashion house with a New York sensibility — and a whole lot of glamour.
"You can no longer separate what you do from who you are."
Plus, the party is paused for Alexander Wang.
The Vice President's stepdaughter is making her runway debut at New York Fashion Week.
From Clare Waight Keller's final collection for Chloé.
One could easily imagine a modern-day Margot Tenenbaum, or even Zoë Kravitz's Rob from "High Fidelity," wearing looks from the collection.
Plus, what to do when a retailer doesn't pay.
"I think it pushes us forward, to break out from being this print summer brand. That's really important for me, that I can flex my muscles and show color and texture in a still very feminine and happy way."
The collection married two of his loves: fashion and food.