As Covid-19 disruptions continue, these creatives are dealing with new challenges and thinking on their feet.
After attending six nonstop days of runway shows, we edited them down to our top picks.
Statement-making capes and punky plaid ahead!
Save your stripes and plaids for another day.
Hear me out!
From t-shirts to soundtracks, designers found ways to let their feelings be known.
Altuzarra, Alexander Wang, Pyer Moss, Ryan Roche, Suno and more.
We asked industry experts to weigh in on the pros and cons of founding a namesake fashion line.
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Also known as Valentine's Day.
It's day five of fashion week and we finally spotted it--the mythical cronut. Of course, that's not all we saw: From celebs like Rita Ora and Olivia Palermo, to amazing clothes, here's everything we saw on day five on fashion week:
The Oscars red carpet is rolled out and waiting for the stars to arrive. But it's time for you to take a starring role in your fashion career--so check out our careers page!
Adam Lippes is back at the helm of his namesake brand. The designer has bought back his name and intellectual property rights from brand marketing firm Kellwood, WWD is reporting. While terms of the deal were not disclosed, Lippes also bought himself out of a non compete clause, meaning that the designer could partner with another company in the future.
Here's a recipe for commercial success: Start by thinking about your actual, real life customer. Add a dash of niche, specific inspiration, but don't get too heavy handed. Split the vision up into separates. Lather, rinse, repeat. For fall, Adam Lippes did just that, churning out yet another ADAM collection that was "wearable" in only the way that fashion people say it, as if surprised when clothes are actually accessible. "The starting point in designing every collection is the woman who wears my clothes," Lippes' show notes explained. Past that, his inspiration was a recent trip to the National Museum of the American Indian. But sticking to the recipe, Lippes added just the right dash of native, not a dousing.