"You can no longer separate what you do from who you are."
Fashion Our Future 2020 is led by Studio 189's Abrima Erwiah, with the help of Voto Latino, fellow designers and other industry leaders.
Plus, nine products that'll make them even more comfortable for long wear.
Sometimes we just want to dress up.
We're keeping a running list, updated every time new brands close their physical storefronts to prevent further spreading the disease.
More brands are opting out of the traditional runway format, citing time, cost or just a desire for something different. So why are some designers still sticking with it?
Plus, J.Lo's first Coach ads are here.
Meet the winter equivalent to your beloved dad sneakers.
Cozy, but make it fashion.
Say goodbye to hot pants and daisy dukes.
From classic leather carryalls to party-ready minis.
Noughties nails are back.
Revisit your favorite designer collabs including Anna Sui, Rodarte, Jason Wu, Missoni and Proenza Schouler.
Take advantage of these summer-friendly shoes while you can.
Too often, those leading the charge for diversity are forced to do so without proper support from the larger industry.
Including bejeweled makeup, low ponytails, voluminous hairstyles, glitter nails and inventive eyeliner shapes.
From CBD gummies to extra-shimmery lip gloss and everything in between, these are the items we can't imagine getting through four-plus weeks of shows without.
The craft isn't just for old ladies and flimsy afghan quilts.
Get in on the trend from twisted details to extreme cutouts.
Showgoers went to cafeterias, libraries and high school rooftops to see what's in store for Spring 2019.
Get ready to pretend like you didn't spend years hating them.
The longer, the better.
Plus, Harvey Weinstein's list of victims expands to include amfAR and its donors.