Honoring the world's most famous rodent.
Gingham is about as all-American as baseball and apple pie.
Some will point to the '90s, some to Marc Jacobs' final collection for Louis Vuitton -- but whatever the reason, light denim is definitely having a moment.
Why the sudden interest in middle America and its purchasing power -- or lack thereof?
In Kanye West's words: "She was controversial; she's controversial."
From lush textiles to tongue-in-cheek phrases, here are the handbags that caught our eye on the New York runways.
We asked Roopal Patel, who has held fashion director positions at some of the world's greatest department stores, to tell us which items the buyers will be buying this season.
And the Norway's men's Olympic curling team debuts some groovy new suits.
Lanvin for H&M is selling for more now than it did back in '10.
After every fashion season, we pore over a crazy amount of images trying to predict the next big thing. But, alas, we never really know what's going to take off in the "real world." Here, all the designer crazes that actually made it into your closet this year.
It's a slip dress takeover for spring 2014.
We're just about half way through New York Fashion Week, and neon orange lips have already popped up on some very major runways.
Let loose! Report Card concludes that was the meme for the second day of New York Fashion Week, where at the three most buzzed about shows--Peter Som, Jason Wu, and Rag & Bone--three masters of prim and proper decided to go with the flow.
The '90s redux trend is still going strong. At Rag & Bone's spring 2014 show, David Neville and Marcus Wainwright reached back into our late '90s closets to put their own spin on cropped halter tops, iridescent halter slip dresses, and overalls (not going anywhere, sorry).
We kicked our day off bright and early with the debut of the first ever plus size fashion line to show at fashion week, and never slowed down. From checking out the best beauty backstage at Rag & Bone and Helmut Lang, to scoping models-off-duty, we saw a lot. Check out all the awesome stuff we saw on day two of New York Fashion Week:
We've already given you a preview of Léa Seydoux's gritty and wet ad campaign for Rag & Bone; now it looks like her menswear counterpart Michael Pitt has totally one-upped her in the "concept" department, even sacrificing his own guitar to get that perfect shot.
These guys have a busy few months ahead of them.
Rag & Bone has tapped Lea Seydoux and Michael Pitt--both of whom have recently fronted Prada campaigns--for its fall 2013 ads, WWD is reporting.
Name: Bregje Heinen What do you do? I'm a model. What was the last song you listened to? "U.O.E.N.O." by Rocko featuring Rick Ross. What are you wearing?