Must Read: Beyoncé and Adidas Launch Ivytopia, Ken Downing Named Halston's New Creative Director
Plus, why Meta is taking the mass approach to digital fashion.
Must Read: Balmain to Host Music Festival During Paris Fashion Week, Netflix Series Reignites Interest in Halston Brand
Plus, Tamu McPherson launches Shoes Up For Justice.
The 'Halston' Costumes Celebrate American Fashion, On-Screen and Behind-the-Scenes
Jeriana San Juan breaks down the sartorial portrayal of celebrated luminaries — and the legendary Battle of Versailles — in the new Netflix miniseries.
Must Read: Lipstick Sales Are Down, How Ewan McGregor Prepared to Portray Halston
Plus, the 2021 CFDA/"Vogue" Fashion Fund recipients share their vision for fashion's future.
The 'Wonder Woman 1984' Costumes Reference Thierry Mugler, Madonna and Boybands of the Reagan Era
Costume designer Lindy Hemming breaks down Diana's white goddess gown, Steve Trevor's '80s makeover and the much-anticipated Golden Armor.
Great Outfits in Fashion History: Céline Dion in '90s Halston
The singer has given us many, many excellent, Great Outfits-worthy looks over the years.
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'Halston' Shows How Glamour Was the Late Designer's Most-Applauded Strength — and His Biggest Weakness
The documentary, directed by Frédéric Tcheng and narrated by Tavi Gevinson, arrives in theaters on Friday, May 24.
Fashion History Lesson: How Halston, Levi Strauss and Ralph Lauren Changed Olympic Uniforms
We took a look back at Team USA uniforms at the Olympic Games, and the designer partnerships that make them possible.
How the Music of "Vinyl" Inspired the Show's '70s Costumes
Costume designer John Dunn amassed as much vintage as possible, but also took advantage of the 1970s moment happening in fashion right now.
Should Fashion Designers Name Labels After Themselves?
We asked industry experts to weigh in on the pros and cons of founding a namesake fashion line.
New Exhibit Puts Halston and Yves Saint Laurent Side by Side
A look at "Yves Saint Laurent + Halston: Fashioning the ’70s," now open at the Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology.
One Direction Sings Carols in Ugly Christmas Sweaters, The Jenners Take Over 'Love'
Plus, Halston sells diffusion lines, Alibaba fights fake goods and Wet Seal may be the next teen retailer to close.
Sarah Jessica Parker Talks Manolo Blahnik Collaboration and Working For Free at Halston
When fashion glossies do cover stories about Sarah Jessica Parker, they tend to focus on her ability to juggle so many different careers. And her latest, for the September issue of Harper's Bazaar, is no exception. However, it was written by Cathy Horyn and thus unsurprisingly hones in on her fashion career, including how she nabbed that rare Manolo Blahnik shoe line, and what happened at Halston.
Gucci Resort 2014: A Tale of Two '70s
The assortment that Frida Giannini delivered for resort was proof-positive that there are indeed two sides to every story. To wit: Her sartorial love letter to the disco era. At times it drew from that tradition of languid American sportswear, made iconic by both Halston (on the Studio 54 dance floor) and Bill Blass (on the shoulders of Park Ave.'s Uptown set); at others it spoke to the spirit of those hedonistic babes flitting about on the other side of the pond in Celia Birtwell's gregarious prints, Biba's earthy-sensual frocks, and all form of Fiorucci's cheeky chic.
Naeem Khan on Dressing the FLOTUS and India's Future in Luxury
Naeem Khan is one of the very few designers who can say he's dressed Michelle Obama—and Lady Gaga—for high profile events. There's no doubt Khan excels at creating red carpet dresses for women of all shapes and sizes to wear—but make no mistake, there's a lot more to the Indian-born, American-based designer than just intricate bead work (though, certainly, there is that too). At last night's Fashion Talks at the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), Khan sat down with Pamela Golbin, the Chief Curator of Fashion and Textiles at Les Arts Décoratifs in Paris, to talk about everything from his Indian roots, to working for Halston—and of course dressing the First Lady.
Halston Heritage Moves Operations to L.A., Will Lose the 'Studio 54' Image
Halston has had a rough go of it in recent years. Once one of the it-labels in the US, it's gone through countless owners, designers and reinventions, none successfully. Not even Harvey Weinstein and Sarah Jessica Parker could make it work. So, could a new team in new fashion capital Los Angeles be its saving grace?
The Top 20 Designer Collaborations: A Timeline
When H&M announced its latest designer collaboration with Maison Martin Margiela, we'll admit we were a little surprised. Margiela is so avant-garde, so cult-y, and with little name recognition (OK, more than a little thanks to Kanye) we'd have figured them the last brand to do a collaboration with a mass retailer. But then again, H&M got Karl Lagerfeld to do a line for it in 2004, and then, somehow, the retailer convinced the most reclusive and enigmatic of designers, Rei Kawakubo, to do a Comme des Garcons collaboration in 2008. So maybe it's not so surprising that Maison Martin Margiela is doing a mass collab--maybe it's even obvious. It seems like every major designer has done a lower-priced collaboration with any number of mass retailers recently.
Fashion Is Funny: A Look Back at Saturday Night Live's Best Fashion Impersonations
We may or may not have shed a tear during Kristen Wiig's "Ruby Tuesday" send-off that capped this weekend's Saturday Night Live season finale. Saturda