Bonnie Cashin retired from design 35 years ago, but her legacy still dictates how women dress.
Plus, Jami Morse Heidegger is back with a new beauty line after selling her family business, Kiehl's, 16 years ago.
"Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style" will feature approximately 60 ensembles from the French aristocrat, designer and style icon's personal archive.
She says she doesn't know what her husband is doing with the fashion house he bought last year.
More people came to see Charles James's ballgowns than Schiaparelli and Prada's 2012 exhibit.
Spoiler alert: Only one man seemed to get it right.
It appears that the movie mogul has found his latest fashion pet project.
Yes, the romance that began with one very drunken basketball game is allegedly OVER.
It seems like just yesterday that fashion's finest took to the Met steps in their best punk impressions. But the Costume Institute isn't wasting any time. It's already at work on next year's exhibit--and this one should be much easier for the A-list to dress for.
New blog Part Nouveau, or ‘partly new’, delves into fashion history to showcase the inspiration–be it art, photography or design–behind some of today’s biggest fashion moments. It’s fascinating and impossible not to get lost in, so we asked the site’s founder, Lilah Ramzi, to give us a little history lesson each week. In this week's lesson, Steven Meisel takes on an iconic Cecil Beaton photograph.
This morning, the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted a press preview of the Costume Institute's newest exhibition, The American Woman: Fashioning A Nat