The old adage about art imitating life was clearly at play backstage at New York Fashion Week.
On Monday, the CFDA and IMG released the full Spring 2022 lineup.
Just because you've neglected your closet for over a year, doesn't mean you've lost your sense of style.
Plus, on the important difference between "plus-size" and "size-inclusive" collections.
The rapper attended the 2003 Met Gala in this timeless stunner.
"The slight deconstruction of luxurious pieces is something that I feel will be a legacy of the pandemic for a few seasons to come. A more casual way to be extravagant."
Sweatpants aren't forever, but they'll still be big next spring.
His relatively casual spring 2021 offering represents "the hope of a happier time to come."
Plus, Tom Ford talks CFDA, 2020 election and the future of fashion.
Plus, Robin Givhan examines fashion's racial reckoning.
Plus, beauty founders share how they are navigating the coronavirus crisis and experts turn a critical eye on the transparency movement.
Meanwhile, Tom Ford landed at the bottom of the ranking — as in, 0% transparent — on Fashion Revolution's new Fashion Transparency Index.
Plus, what can (and should) brands do with excess inventory?
Trending now: Jean Paul Gaultier, Mugler, John Galliano for Dior, among others.
Plus, how coronavirus is disrupting the beauty industry.
Applications for "A Common Thread" opened on the CFDA website.
The best of the front rows, from Tom Ford to Marc Jacobs.
Why M Missoni, Baja East and Tom Ford eschewed New York Fashion Week for sun, celebrities and chill vibes.
The star power was truly off the charts at Ford's pre-Oscars Fall 2020 event in Los Angeles.
Plus, here's what we know about Selena Gomez's beauty line, Rare Beauty
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The next-level bra is dominating recent magazine covers and the red carpet.