Lauren Sherman is a writer, editorial strategist and Fashionista's former editor at large. Lauren got her start as a lifestyle reporter at Forbes covering luxury goods and fashion, and has since held executive positions at both Fashionista and Luckymag.com. She has also written for Ad Age, Elle.com, Women’s Health, the Wall Street Journal, InStyle, NYmag.com and Style.com, among others.
Despite strong sales and a general sense that he was doing a good job, the spark was never really there between the New York designer and the French fashion house.
Now, with the launch of Framework, the Black Frame founder is bringing his specific, unwavering point of view to creative projects.
They were joined by costar Jane Krakowski, producer Heather Parry, and a slew of fashion and film insiders at Upland Restaurant on Monday night.
Shops like Dover Street Market and Story are finding that there is glory in the temporary.
Because actually selling clothes is never a bad thing.
That’s according to shopping search engine Lyst, which also says that one-pieces and high-waisted bikinis are on the up.
There are too many labels, and many are failing. But what does this sea change really mean for the industry?
The brand is "done," according to multiple sources.
U.S. fashion and textile manufacturers are worried they won't be able to compete if the U.S. enters the tariff-lowering partnership.
In 15 years, Style.com became a key player in the fashion media landscape, an essential resource for those who work in fashion — including other publishers — and those who follow it.
The ever-humble actor/fashion mogul spoke frankly about her experiences at a talk on Tuesday night.
Even labels that don't brand themselves as environmentally friendly are finding reasons to minimize their footprint.
Fragmented and inefficient, the multimillion-dollar hair extensions market is being reinvented by these entrepreneurs.