Plus, Romeo Hunte on redefining what it means to be an American designer.
You may know him for the website he founded almost 15 years ago. But after an awards season styling Joey King, Eng is making his mark in fashion.
The purple-and-orange makeup look matched her graphic-heavy Iris van Herpen cape gown.
Just a little shine to hold you until the weekend.
Brie Larson, Taylor Swift, Naomi Campbell and more celebrated the publication's annual "Time" 100 issue.
The HBO hit series celebrated the debut of its final season in New York City.
From red contacts to holographic suits.
Designers have been experimenting with black lights on the runway and glow-in-the-dark looks this season.
These fresh-off-the-runway pieces are guaranteed to have critics and fans alike saying, "I just wanted to take another look at you."
Plus, "Rolling Stone" is up for sale.
The Costume Institute's landmark exhibit of the year opens to the public Thursday.
Head curator Andrew Bolton explains how the Met's next fashion exhibit will seek to reconcile the oppositional relationship between the hand (manus) and the machine (machina).
Meet the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture's newest guest members.
Plus, how Iris van Herpen is pushing fashion forward.
Plus: how the one-of-a-kind piece will be translated for mainstream fans.
Definitive proof that even supermodels have insecurities.
Three words: shrink-wrapped models.
How many fashion editors does it take to get out of an elevator at Oscar de la Renta?
3-D printing could have tremendous effects on the fashion industry. It has the potential to do great things for the industry: create shorter lead times for designers, offer the ability to produce things in smaller quantities, and create easy personalization. On the flip side, 3-D printing could render many jobs in the manufacturing industry obsolete, as well as present some tricky legal issues surrounding copyright.
The fall couture shows ended last week, with successful collections from established designers like Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel to newer, more experimental collections from the likes of Iris van Herpen. Countries like Germany, France, Italy, and Belgium all had talent represented on the runways. But if you're looking for a great American name in haute couture, you're going to have to dig deeper.