Plus, a new sustainable marketplace launches today.
Plus, the CFDA announces manufacturer recipients of $500,000 worth of grants through its A Common Thread initiative.
The Netflix show's consulting costume designer dressed the titular star, Lily Collins, in her own Hood by Air windbreaker — plus lots of Chanel.
The K-pop star has been making mask-wearing look cool for years.
Plus, what happened to Hood by Air?
Plus, Hood By Air founder and Helmut Lang collaborator Shayne Oliver discusses his fashion origins and inspirations.
Plus, Ralph Lauren's Spring 2018 show will have an unconventional venue.
The collection — which will include women's and men's clothing, as well as accessories — drops in September.
Twenty-seven-year-old Hawthorne for Men co-founders Phil Wong and Brian Jeong actually met as 12-year-olds — skipping class to shop at Stussy and Supreme.
The 2016 edition of the fair featured an impressive number of industry-centric events — and we hit up as many of them as humanly possible.
Seriously, what are these?
Plus, Lululemon opens its first "Lab" store in the U.S.
From Yeezy Season 3 in New York to Vetements in Paris, the industry has feverishly embraced the too-cool-to-care aesthetic — on the runways and in the street.
Let's call this the Vetements Effect.
Designer Shayne Oliver will immortalize Cookie Lyon and company with a collaborative range that celebrates the smash hit show.
Season after season, the young brand delights on the beauty front.