It's a bold statement, but I feel confident that it's true.
The Irish actor talks prepping (and dressing) for a virtual press tour and buying special pieces to remember projects by.
Function meets fashion.
Plus, the business of the antiracism movement in fashion.
Plus, L'Oreal may be close to naming a new CEO.
Plus, Robin Givhan examines fashion's racial reckoning.
Moira Rose would approve.
The actor stood trial in 2002 looking chic and demure, earning herself a campaign with one of the designers whose merchandise she stole.
This look is from one of Marc Jacobs's all-time best collections for the French house.
Perfect for the red carpet — or your bed.
The CFDA just announced that shows will run from September 14 to 16.
Plus, part three of "WWD"'s interviews with Black fashion creatives on the work that needs to be done.
Stylist Karla Welch recently posted a behind-the-scenes look at her fitting with the actor.
The glossy's Style Features Director has quite the media resume.
Who doesn't love to throw shade on a discount?
Colorfully stained loungewear is the unofficial quarantine uniform.
The first session in 'Vogue' Global Conversations, a four-day virtual conference hosted by the magazine, saw Jacobs in conversation with Edward Enninful about the future of creativity.
Including the bag she designed for the fashion house.
No more digging around your oversized tote to find your keys.
As fashion month stretches on, so does the debate about whether all the elaborate runway shows and international flights required to see them in person are worth it.
Come for the vampiric lip colors, stay for the dramatic face coverings.