Plus, who will be "Harper's Bazaar"'s new editor?
Plus, how the direct-to-consumer model will impact fashion for years
Plus, Proenza Schouler celebrates the PS1's 10th birthday.
Plus, Prada signs first fashion sustainability-linked loan.
"Tim Walker: Wonderful Things" is not your average retrospective.
"It's a really good time for the dog industry."
Plus, footwear styles dominated the final quarter of 2018, especially if Meghan Markle wore them, according to a new report from Lyst.
Plus, Philipp Plein rumored to acquire Roberto Cavalli.
Lately, designers have taken inspiration from the winter sport aesthetic.
Because they're cute now.
Luxury labels like Givenchy, Balmain, Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci are making a big play for the children's market, and many parents are buying into it — despite their little ones' inevitable growth spurts.
Plus, what to expect from Off-White's collaboration with Moncler.
The same technology powering payments on your iPhone is now being used to identify knockoff designer goods.
And luxury companies are adding chief digital officers to their executive ranks.
The good, the bad and the meh of the season, continued.
The fairytale-like campaign, shot by Annie Leibovitz, was inspired by Nordic sagas.
More than a decade after Karl Lagerfeld’s collection debuted at H&M, high-low partnerships are still a formidable marketing strategy for fashion designers and retailers. But what does a designer collaboration need to accomplish to be considered successful?
You might not even have to bring an extra pair of indoor shoes with you this season.
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Coming out with catchy, likely-to-be-Grammy-nominated singles isn't the only thing Pharrell's been up to lately.
As if the amfAR Gala's red carpet wasn't enough to push you into fashion sensory overload, we now have the night's main event--the all-gold fashion show curated by Carine Roitfeld--to drool over.
Yes, the photo at left is from a real runway show in Paris. Moncler is known for pulling some crazy stunts at their runway shows. In New York, it created a scary-looking army of 370 models on risers; it showed fall 2012 in an ice skating rink; and today, Moncler sent live animals down the runway.
Day four of NYFW was basically heaven on earth. In the past 12 hours, we saw Chloe Sevigny modeling her own collection for Opening Ceremony, Alexander Wang prove that he's got the skills for Wanglenciaga Balenciaga, and went backstage at all the shows including Wang, Prabal Gurung, Louise Goldin, and more. Click through to see everything we saw!