"I really tried to look for these very edgy and niche brands that only people 'in the know' will know," says costume designer Vera Chow.
This season's collections — in whatever form they were presented — were accompanied by some truly memorable hair, makeup and nail moments.
There's hope for a dressed-up future.
One could easily imagine a modern-day Margot Tenenbaum, or even Zoë Kravitz's Rob from "High Fidelity," wearing looks from the collection.
These will definitely make you smile.
Plus, Planned Parenthood of Greater New York publishes 2020 holiday gift guide.
Sweatpants aren't forever, but they'll still be big next spring.
Featuring super-soft loungewear, printed face masks and more.
No matter what your Labor Day Weekend plans entail.
From casual ribbed styles to dressed-up silk options.
And help you look better on Zoom.
The cushy material will remind you of simpler times.
Featuring chic pouches for your water bottle, box clutches and even more tiny bags.
Next season, you can look forward to the return of the pointy-toe heel and the embellished chunky boot.
Plus, tween and teen beauty is on the rise.
Featuring tasseled clutches and triangle wristlets.
From pearl-covered boots to extreme clogs.
Keep your eyes peeled for them on the runway.
Plus, Sandy Liang is collaborating with Vans.
Nora may be the star, but her F-bomb-dropping Grandma is the fashion breakout of the new Comedy Central series.