These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.
Costume designer Melissa Walker talks us through the uncomfortably all-too-familiar "lame pool party" tankinis, that oversized "Tommy Hil" T-shirt and more.
These brands will work with the organization and the Human Rights Campaign to put policies into practice to demonstrate their commitment to Black employees at all levels.
It may have more to do with who's watching the shows, as opposed to what the characters are wearing.
Plus, how the pandemic has halted festival fashion.
The best of the front rows, from Burberry to JW Anderson.
Plus, who will be "Harper's Bazaar"'s new editor?
Featuring a Naomi Campbell cameo.
Keep your eyes peeled for them on the runway.
Plus, is this the decade when print media will end?
Plus, is resale really as sustainable as it bills itself to be?
Invest in timeless checks this fall.
Plus, clothes-swapping is now chic.
The superstar's celebrity friends turned out in droves for her final runway show.
See the Fall 2019 collection as it comes down the runway in New York.
She wore a dress from her Fall 2019 collection to the launch of Lancôme's Idôle fragrance.
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
Zendaya is still feeling the '70s this season.
There's a reason Everlane, Eileen Fisher, G-Star Raw, Madewell and more produce at this world-class facility.