Plus, A$AP Rocky covers 'WSJ. Magazine.'
And Noah Centineo (aka your boyfriend Peter Kavinsky) is the jock version of "Blane" in Netflix's latest rom-com.
The fast fashion retailer seeks protection against a threat of trademark litigation from the Italian house.
The evidence is pretty damning.
Plus, a look at the vicuña, the wool that Incas considered "cloth of gold."
It's a tale as old as time, unfortunately.
The saga of indie brands getting copied by major retailers continues...
Plus, Taylor Swift celebrated the 4th of July in a surprisingly affordable bikini.
Find out which brands had the most whitewashed ads of spring 2016.
We're calling it now.
It's the most social media-savvy brands that are a hit with teenagers and young adults these days.
And, here's a dream list of collaborations between artists and fashion brands that we hope actually happen.
Hey, dude, this design looks pretty familiar.
And Kanye West stares at Kim Kardashian's boobs. A lot.
Disposable fast fashion just got more disposable.
Alongside their spring and summer lines, some brands are now creating collections specifically for music festival season.
And Jimmy Fallon re-created the Wren video with puppies. Squeetown, USA.
Check out the full "premium leather collection" here.
The outlook isn't great right now for so-called "teen" retailers. We polled teenagers from across the country -- and a Wall Street analyst, too -- about why they think the Abercrombies, Aeropostales and American Eagles of the world aren't doing so well.
While the singer's music career is her primary focus, it's not the main source of her livelihood. Will her legal slip-up bring her modeling career to a halt?