"Sweats have seen us through the past year, but many fashion-lovers are now looking to set aside the sweatpants and rediscover the joy of dressing up."
Plus, Nike is introducing a secondhand footwear program.
Kayla Sade Famurewa of Almost On Time may have never been to fashion school, but she's quickly proving herself a name to know.
For the third consecutive quarter on the Lyst Index.
Plus, here's what we know about Selena Gomez's beauty line, Rare Beauty
Athleisure as we know it today evolved from a century-long history of American sportswear.
Plus, is this the decade when print media will end?
Plus, Zoë Kravitz graces the cover of "Elle."
From Instagram to StockX to Yeezys, here are all the forces that made an impact on sneaker shopping over the last decade.
As technology has stretched the boundaries of labor, the rules of what to wear to work (and what even qualifies as work) have become less clear.
Plus, European fashion wins big with major trade agreement
"Memes spell it out really clearly: This is cool. This isn't."
Plus, is Nanushka more than just an influencer brand?
Plus, drugstores are expanding their beauty departments.
Plus, a look inside Nordstrom's dynasty.
Fabric has become far more important to the average consumer, especially when it comes to athletic clothes.
If you're looking for a climate commitment that'll knock your athletic socks off, look elsewhere.
It's the ultimate cool-kid combo.
Implicated brands include Nike, Asics, Under Armour, Target and Brooks. Thankfully, some are committing to change for the better.
It may seem like menswear manages to earn more on the secondhand market, but it's not really that simple.
The soccer jersey is revamped by Ambush's Yoon Ahn, Koché's Christelle Kocher, MadeMe's Erin Magee and Marine Serre.
Costume designer Deirda Govan shares behind-the-scenes details on Natasha's karmic jacket and Daniel's preppy suit.