The loyal community of fans and supporters? They've always been there.
With designer-inspired pieces at wallet-friendly prices, the online retailer is looking to cash in on clout-chasing male shoppers.
Before you know it, these hoodies and tees will be more ubiquitous than the infamous 'Pablo' gear.
The new documentary underlines the experience of moving as a southern, gay Black man through the fashion industry — at the highest echelons of power.
With New York City being the retailer's largest market online, the success of the new space offline seems a foregone conclusion.
The designer made his triumphant return to the runway for Fall 2018 — complete with a Reebok collaboration — marking a whole new beginning for his company.
It marks the beginning of a concerted, long-term effort for Jordan Brand to build out and sustain a women's business.
"Maddman: The Steve Madden Story" follows the businessman and designer's whirlwind career, from drugs to massive success to prison time.
The Condé Nast titles featured the likes of Mahershala Ali, LeBron James, John Boyega and Colin Kaepernick on their covers in 2017, setting a high bar on the inclusivity front.
The North Carolina native rose through the industry ranks while standing by his notoriously difficult boss — and through some good, old-fashioned hard work.
Next up, the direct-to-consumer label is launching women's and men's styles in eight Nordstrom stores on the West Coast.
Katonya Breaux is hoping her skin-care company, Unsun Cosmetics, will be an industry game-changer.
The days of cheesy pageant gowns may be gone for good.
The non-profit arm of the tech mammoth digitized more than 30,000 pieces to make the history of fashion accessible to everyone.
He's also the first black stylist to cover the annual "The Hollywood Reporter" Stylists and Stars issue.
With a Calvin Klein campaign already under his belt, the 'Moonlight' actor is poised to become a #menswear icon.
Thanks to his social media following and a clearly honed aesthetic, the stylist has Bella Hadid and Rihanna on speed dial, and editors like Carine Roitfeld knocking on his door.
From furniture to a Nike sneaker collaboration, there's not much the Off-White designer can't (or won't) do.
According to sources, the event will be more upscale and could include big-name designer brands.
The Brooklyn-based designer, whose work has already gotten the attention of celebrities like Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, talks about her recent CFDA/'Vogue' Fashion Fund nomination and why she thinks women designers "are rarer than they should be."
It's a good thing IMG plans to return next year.
After longtime organizer IMG pulled out of Swim Week this July, brands, production companies and publicists have banded together to organize alternatives.
There's no sign of John Galliano, either.