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Models like Lindsey Wixon, Mariacarla Boscono and Natasha Poly have dominated the runways.
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Though he promised "a new concept" to come, Gaultier took his final Haute Couture bow on Wednesday.
Plus, how Barneys employees are navigating its closure.
The self-styled singer-songwriter turned to the '70s — by way of big-name labels and indie darlings — to outfit her "Ur So Beautiful" tour.
The revue-slash-catwalk extravaganza offers a look back at Jean Paul Gaultier's body of work — and into his genius, frenetic, sex-filled mind.
It's the latest product line aligned with the museum's "Camp: Notes on Fashion" exhibit.
The new film about the hoax of the decade also co-stars Diane Kruger and Courtney Love in current day Vika Gazinskaya.
Plus, Supreme unveils its full Jean Paul Gaultier capsule.
Plus, the hard truth about inclusive beauty.
Plus, 7 For All Mankind appoints Simon Spurr as global creative director.
Free from the commercial restraints of ready-to-wear, these designers are pushing the boundaries of their craft.
Whether you submit yourself to the runway or the Church, prepare yourself for a worshipful experience.
The French fashion designer attended the London premiere of "Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie."
"Uniformity" is on view at the Museum at FIT through November 19.
The film is chock full of Anna Wintour quips, intimate celebrity moments and the surprising drama of mounting a record-breaking exhibit.
Prepare for Sunday's 88th Academy Awards with some serious red carpet eye candy.
Model dance party!
And Adidas will end its sponsorship of IAAF four years early.
A style icon of the highest order, David Bowie passed away on Sunday at age 69.