If an accessory isn't stamped with a giant sans serif logo in 2019, does it really even exist?
Will clickbait-y videos of Naomi Campbell grocery shopping or Marc Jacobs learning to drive actually connect with large enough audiences to bring in ad dollars for brands?
Can you think of a more delicious combination than strawberries and Gucci?
This time around, the clothing and accessories are the characters that take center stage.
The "stock market of things" known for its hype-driven selection of sneakers, luxury handbags, watches and streetwear is the latest resale company to close a major funding round.
That's rich, coming from a brand that sells $800 hoodies!
It will add some zest to my repertoire of white T-shirts and denim shorts.
When the pressures of daily life and a relentlessly brutal news cycle have me on the verge of a breakdown, being surrounded by an excess of stuff only exacerbates my anxiety.
The designer is a key player helping to shape the future of the American industry, and it's a task he's not taking lightly.
The fashion industry has drastically changed in the four years since Marc by Marc Jacobs shuttered, but now Jacobs is reentering the contemporary market on his own terms.
The first drop was revealed in Paris on Wednesday night, and each piece is unmistakably RiRi.
The new range, called Song of Style, is the latest investment in Revolve's influencer-driven business strategy — and the next step in Song's growing empire.
The TWA Flight Center, designed by Eero Saarinen in 1962, was the latest architectural wonder to host one of Nicolas Ghesquière's traveling collections.
Because of course he did.
The range was full of layerable, wearable separates in an array of colors and patterns — with some artful embellishments and offbeat accessories thrown in for good measure.
It's a piece from Alexander Wang's Airism collaboration with Uniqlo, and I've already bought five.
This ain't your dad's Hawaiian shirt.
Do not pretend you didn't LOVE that book in your youth — and that you still don't to this day.
I unfortunately do not have a trip to Paraguay planned, but this top is the next best thing!
Mix master Nicolas Ghesquière got wonderfully weird, combining checkers, animal prints, sequins, old-fashioned florals and every conceivable texture in his signature offbeat silhouettes.
In the designer's world, the fabled Eve is a woman of varied sartorial tastes, who can wear them all with strength and ease.
Pierpaolo Piccioli had passion on the brain this season.