She's back, baby!
"The roll-out of vaccinations and lifting of lockdown saw demand increase for dressier styles, as well as items associated with travel and leisure," according to Lyst.
Plus, Tamu McPherson launches Shoes Up For Justice.
There's less of a consensus on "It" silhouettes and more of an underlying desire to get dressed again.
The highly-anticipated event has everything, from special summer pieces to fall wares.
"Sweats have seen us through the past year, but many fashion-lovers are now looking to set aside the sweatpants and rediscover the joy of dressing up."
Plus, Bottega Veneta receives backlash for Berlin event.
From his first collection for the house.
We may be staying put right now, but that doesn't mean we can't get started on a packing list.
If you want to make it big on the kids' new favorite platform, you're going to want to listen to its lead of fashion and beauty partnerships.
What we *wish* we were wearing this New Year's Eve.
Cary Fetman, the show's stylist, on planning a wardrobe for two leads and a one-location journey.
Plus, stylist Kevin Hunter and photographer Bryce Thomas launch magazine.
The latest from the Met invites viewers to reflect on fashion's relationship with the past, and also has some important things to say about where the industry is headed in the future.
Think strong-shouldered blazers, but styled with bike shorts.
Optimistic fashion, right this way.
The designer talks putting together a full collection from lockdown — and why it was important for him and his team to do so.
Balmain's Olivier Rousteing, Chloé's Natacha Ramsay-Levi and Balenciaga's Cedric Charbit shared their thoughts with Nicole Phelps at day two of "Vogue" Global Conversations.