Paging Timothée Chalamet.
NYFW is hemorrhaging big-name designers.
Cherries, candy stripes and the designer's sweet, signature gingham — what's not to love?
See every look from Altuzarra's spring 2017 collection at New York Fashion Week.
It can be difficult to keep tabs on this wild, ever-changing game of musical chairs, so we're compiling it all in one place.
But the designer said he is focused on his namesake brand. At a panel discussion on Monday hosted by 'Surface' magazine alongside Vanessa Friedman, 'The New York Times' critic praised his decision.
And does a great American accent, too.
The designer nailed it again with a covetable collection inspired by Tilda Swinton in "Only Lovers Left Alive."
Whether you want a smart, tailored coat or sequin-adorned daywear, the designer has you covered.
It's evident when someone is comfortable in her own skin.
It's the best way to establish your brand, even when editors are constantly clamoring for newness.
As part of a "whole branding effort," Altuzarra is solidifying his signatures, and developing some new ones.
The designer spoke about how retail influences the runway (and vice versa) and whether he'd ever design for another house.
The fashion industry was out in force for the Jeffrey Fashion Cares fundraiser and show Monday night.
...and we're not really sure what Chris Noth is doing in a behind-the-scenes video for Lily Pulitzer x Target.
It accompanied a sophisticated showing of fall ready-to-wear.
And here's Anna Ewers in some short shorts.
The label is on the hunt for a new designer, and a few frontrunners have emerged from the media's speculation.
Leave it to Altuzarra to design a chic take on fishing jackets.
And William and Kate have set a strict dress code for American reporters -- no Nikes allowed.
And Beyoncé and Jay Z renew their vows.