Much like their women's fashion and beauty counterparts, menswear brands are experimenting with ways to update the in-store experience for the digital age.
"At the end of the day, when I make clothes, my main motivation is to make people feel good."
Livné, whose client base includes the likes of Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian and Lady Gaga, returned to where his career began for Fall 2018 — and he brought the party with him.
The collection was designed in its entirety by local women seeking to exit life in prostitution, thanks to mentorship provided by nonprofit Turning the Tables.
The days of theatrically-themed runways might be numbered.
"More legacy media companies should take notice and hire young, non-white, non-male or cisgender people at the top."
From the runways to magazine covers to red carpets, men and women of all ages were heralded for their style this year — but does this so-called "trend" have staying power?
Staffers at major fashion publications receive the same gifts, press trips and dinners as full-time influencers, but when your name appears on a magazine masthead, disclosure practices can get even more murky.
Luxury fashion adopted the streetwear scene's preferred method of retail in 2017. But is the hype model sustainable in the long term?
The Woolmark Prize nominees don't actually have anything against the preppy sport, but their wacky brand name has helped to pique the interest of all the right industry insiders.
Industry favorites J.W. Anderson, Virgil Abloh and more brought their latest men's wares to Pitti last week.
"Objects of Desire" celebrates apparel innovation, athletes and the artists who capture them at their best.
How can you flip limited resources and fleeting opportunities into long-term growth and viability?
"It's not enough just to have a voice or to be creative."
We holed up with the young male models as they prepared their faces, and social media strategies, for their first time at the Met Gala with Topman.
The County of Milan creative director cares more about showing his friends a good time.
Thanks to the Kardashian family and buzzy designers like Virgil Abloh and Gosha Rubchinskiy, your beloved high school gym gear is very, very cool again.
From runway shows to magazine editorials, hired models are often put in a tricky spot — or kept in the dark until it's too late.
The varied assortment of brands and services reflects the looming question of who the Lower Manhattan shopper is, exactly.
These low-key VIPs don't need a flashy look to make it to the front row.
The city is lucky to have him.