Plus, Chloe X Halle cover "Teen Vogue."
Plus, '90s supermodel Shalom Harlow makes a career comeback
Plus, C-Suite changes at Balmain and Kate Spade New York.
Plus, Prada signs first fashion sustainability-linked loan.
Plus, the real social media stars of NYFW Spring 2020.
The runway featured many a familiar face.
Victor Luis, once tasked with turning things around at Coach, is out.
They're the perfect way to make you feel luxe, even if you're carrying around a canvas tote bag.
There's a new beloved silhouette in the purse game now.
Including bejeweled makeup, low ponytails, voluminous hairstyles, glitter nails and inventive eyeliner shapes.
The collection was all about the '40s as seen through the '70s.
These pieces are less Christmas morning, more Valentine's Day evening.
Runway hair and makeup drew from materials like foil, rhinestones, gold leaf, fine pigments — and, of course, straight-up craft glitter.
From fashionably chipped manis to blinged-out tips.
The creative director made her official runway debut with the brand's Spring 2019 collection.
The announcement comes two weeks after news of the founding designer's death.
Plus, Cynthia Nixon launched a line of "Sex and the City" campaign merch.
And at Coach, look out for another Selena Gomez collaboration.
The beloved actress is joined by Sasheer Zamata and Tavi Gevinson as the faces of Kate Spade's new fragrance.
This trend is still going strong.