"Power Mode: The Force of Fashion," on display at the Museum at FIT, is small in scale but potent in message.
Or are they just riding the current '60s wave?
We chatted with the designer and celebrity pal Michelle Monaghan at Barneys Monday night.
"They're strong. They're self-sufficient. And they have a unique sense of beauty." For his first solely female show, Greg Lauren celebrates women and points out that there's no one thing that defines them today.
Kloss talks with us about her charity, Kode with Karlie, and plans to study at New York University this fall.
Kate Falchi, the older daughter of accessories veteran Carlos Falchi, reflects on her father’s life and her new role as the brand’s president and head designer.
As an artist, Greg Lauren saw an opportunity to make clothing his own way, but the nephew of Ralph Lauren admitted “it took a roundabout journey to find my voice in fashion.”
According to Jonathan Anderson, Loewe’s rather competitive creative director, sales of clothing are up 380 percent since he joined the LVMH-owned brand in late 2013.
A look at "Yves Saint Laurent + Halston: Fashioning the ’70s," now open at the Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Plus: Emilio Pucci Artistic Director Peter Dundas tells us what's on his mind for next season.
One minute he’s moving up the ranks at Calvin Klein and Donna Karan. The next, his two-year-old eponymous line wins the 2014 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. But, according to Paul Andrew, “there’s still a lot of work to be done.”
Not that the cutouts aren't important, but the designers have come a long way since launching mid-recession five years ago.
We spoke to Tiffany & Co.'s first female design director about bringing change to such a large and established company.
The daughter of the late Perry Ellis has developed a wholly original line of luxury handbags -- and buyers are buying.
We caught up with the designers behind Thailand's successful handbag label at their launch party at Bergdorf Goodman last week.
Veronica Swanson Beard and Veronica Miele Beard, who celebrated getting their first collection in the store on Thursday night, have some tips for you.
And the clothes, which had a darker, more subversive twist than usual, were the perfect things to wear.
Isaac Mizrahi has had a colorful career, to say the least. You’d be hard pressed to find someone else whose resume could run a gamut from designer, to Project Runway: All Stars judge, to cabaret performer, to musician, to film actor, to director. Impressive as that list of occupations is, Mizrahi wants to do more.
Everyone knows that fashion is a forward-thinking industry, not least about gender.
When did art and fashion’s symbiotic synergy really explode and make Art Basel Miami Beach the FOMO-inducing event it is today?