Lauren Indvik is a freelance journalist covering the fashion, retail and entertainment industries and the former editor-in-chief of Fashionista. She is a regular contributor to Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, InStyle, The New York Times and Refinery29, and has also written for Fashion Theory, Fast Company and Forbes. A regular moderator at conferences, Lauren has appeared on Bloomberg, CNN, NPR and the "Today" show as a commentator, and was named one of the Top Women in Media by Folio magazine in 2014.
Besides being some of the biggest manufacturers of swimwear today, Catalina, Cole of California, Jantzen and Speedo have another striking thing in common: They all got their start as wool knitting mills.
Mark your calendars for July 25.
To celebrate 10 years in business together (and the Australian label’s 25th year), Zimmermann and Net-a-Porter collaborated on a summery anniversary capsule.
I was surprised, too.
As part of a collaboration with Farfetch, the New York-based duo staged their first runway show across the pond.
The brand's multi-day affair in Rio de Janeiro reached nearly as many people on the image-sharing platform as Dior and Gucci's shows did combined.
There were cats, dogs, tartans and piles of accessories.
The designer presented an excellent, tightly edited collection at his Mount Street boutique in London on Wednesday.
The Hollywood power stylist will be speaking at Space530 in Manhattan on June 14.
The Paris fashion house revisited the site where, 62 years earlier, Christian Dior hosted a show to benefit the Red Cross.
The Paris label's chief executive sat down with Vogue's Suzy Menkes at the British Vogue Festival in London over the weekend.
A new generation of clothing brands is appealing to young consumers' desire for ethically produced fashion — while older, more established labels are getting left behind.
Gucci's much-celebrated creative director sat down with British Vogue's Alexandra Shulman at the Vogue Festival in London on Sunday.
Don't expect the label to combine its men's and women's shows any time soon, either.
Vogue's creative director at large joined British Vogue's Lucinda Chambers onstage at the Vogue Festival in London on Saturday.
It's all about "non-touring," the reality TV star said at the British Vogue Festival in London Saturday.
That's quite a feat.