Meghan Markle Wore a Thing: Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese Maxi Dress Edition
She chose the breezy, printed look for another virtual conversation with Fortune.
Must Read: Designers Are Challenging Fatphobia in Fashion, 'Allure' Profiled Black Hairstylists at Home During Quarantine
Plus, the problematic history of the term "dreadlocks" and Tracy Reese on how fashion can become anti-racist.
Must Read: Beauty Brands Are Being Called Upon to Change, Black Creatives Speak Up About Racism in Fashion
Plus, why fashion can't wait for consumers to demand sustainability.
Why the Fashion Industry Should Be Paying Attention to Detroit
Once the "Paris of the Midwest," entrepreneurs are reviving Detroit's fashion industry with style, substance — and a little grit.
The CFDA and Dia&Co Partner to Fund Plus-Size Fashion Education Programs
"You wonder, 'When can we just be human?' But you have to keep fighting for that."
Tracy Reese Is 'So Heartened' by Her Plus Size Collaboration with Gwynnie Bee
She's reaching more customers with a range that includes up to 5x.
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Tracy Reese Says She's Experienced More Discrimination for Her Gender Than Her Race
The designer opened up about a host of topics including the failure of her first business and why she believes in women designing for women.
FIT Museum to Present 'Black Fashion Designers' Exhibit
It will address the global history of black designers — and models — from the 1950s to the present.
16 Looks We Loved From New York Fashion Week: Day 5
From Opening Ceremony, J.Crew, Victoria Beckham and more.
The Underwear on the Fashion Week Runway is Just as Important as the Clothes
Invisible undergarment brand Commando provides the undies to up to 30 designers during NYFW.
22 Looks We Loved from New York Fashion Week: Day 4
Opening Ceremony, Prabal Gurung, Sies Marjan, Victoria Beckham and more.
Dear Michelle Obama, Please Wear These Tracy Reese Looks This Fall
We pick out the best pieces for the First Lady (and Reese fan) because... like she has the time.
Kerry Washington Wears Exact Tracy Reese Dress to Spoof Michelle Obama on SNL
Kerry Washington hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, bringing the show its highest ratings this season, and naturally the budding style star looked amazing while she did it. (She also fueled -- but didn't comment on -- those pregnancy rumors.) Her first sketch had her appear as First Lady Michelle Obama, and the costume department certainly paid attention to detail.
Karlie Kloss and Coco Rocha Get Down at Jean Paul Gaultier
Ten bucks that Jean Paul Gaultier has Dancing With the Stars on his DVR must-list.
Trendspotting: Floral and Plaid
With the '90s being the decade of inspiration du jour for designers in spring 2014, one comes to expect some typical '90s staples. Case in point, Birkenstocks, overalls, and the slip dress, but what would the '90s be without florals and plaid? Paired together, they are showing up on the runways and thankfully not always in the typical grungy fashion.
Nail Art Gets a Much Needed Make-Under
I'm tired of elaborate nail art. It just looks wrong and overwrought to me now. Well, manicurists seemed to agree, because while there's been quite a bit of nail art backstage at the spring shows, it's mostly been really simple, graphic, and minimalist.
Tracy Reese Spring 2014: Havana Nights
Fresh off of Michelle Obama wearing her design for yet another historical occasion, Tracy Reese held her spring 2014 runway show at Lincoln Center Sunday afternoon. But instead of keeping the inspiration domestic, the designer jetted down to Havana (figuratively) for her upcoming collection.
What We Saw at New York Fashion Week, Day Four
Sunday may be a day of rest for most people, but during fashion week, we're still out and snapping all the cool stuff we see. From a late night Nicki Minaj spotting at Alexander Wang's after party to um, naked people (really!) outside of DKNY, we saw some pretty mind-blowing stuff. Check out everything we saw on day four.
African American Designers Shine Bright at Fashion Week
This New York Fashion Week delivers 13 brands–with aesthetics ranging from avant-garde and edgy to classic and couture-inspired–being helmed (or co-helmed) by African American creatives. We are excited to see these individuals defying the odds many face as black designers in New York. Click through the slideshow to check them out.