It's called Summertime Fine.
Plus, what fashion's pivot to PPE production will mean for the industry.
Plus, Net-A-Porter invests in sneakers.
"Krystal's definitely, for all intents and purposes, in 1987," says Stacey Battat, about the lead's 1992 wardrobe.
Students explored a range of issues, from racial equality to gender inclusivity to climate change, through 153 looks on the runway.
"A little bit of thrift store, a little bit of streetwear style," says costume designer Mirren Gordon-Crozier. (Plus, details on Fanning's "punk-y" finale beauty look.)
Unisex pieces are key to the collaboration.
There was much more on offer, but was it enough?
This year's offerings were really, really good.
Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond brought showgoers to Weeksville in honor of his brand's fifth anniversary, an ongoing partnership with Reebok, new artwork by Derrick Adams, a Fubu collaboration and, above all, the African-American experience.
The designer is dropping merch inspired by the sports brand's basketball archive from the '90s and Shaquille O'Neal
The "Wonder Woman" actress has another major campaign under her belt.
The ready-to-wear line, along with the designer's renditions of the DMX Run 10 sneaker, will be released for Fall 2018.
"It's not that serious. I just wear clothes."
Plus, John Mayer talks about his new love affair — streetwear — to "GQ Style."
Plus, Cadillac is providing fashion week grants to seven menswear designers.
Meet the ReeRomp.
Twitter's on the case.
Thanks to the Kardashian family and buzzy designers like Virgil Abloh and Gosha Rubchinskiy, your beloved high school gym gear is very, very cool again.