Plus, Kering launches virtual mentorship program with Black in Corporate.
This season's collections — in whatever form they were presented — were accompanied by some truly memorable hair, makeup and nail moments.
Give your hoodies a break.
Twice, in two different colors!
Featuring liberating silhouettes, strong tailoring and sharp tailoring.
Costume designer Jenny Eagan also discusses Dakota Jackson's vintage tees and Diplo's open cardigan, worn with no shirt.
Plus, nine products that'll make them even more comfortable for long wear.
If you can't be Zoë Kravitz, you can at least try to dress like her.
Next season, you can look forward to the return of the pointy-toe heel and the embellished chunky boot.
The best of the front rows, from Burberry to JW Anderson.
Christopher Kane's jelly-accented coats, JW Anderson's tinsel-trimmed knits, Simone Rocha's pearl-embellished dresses and more.
From furry shoes to chunky platform boots.
For the designer, that means short pleated skirts with over-the-knee platform boots, slashed sleeves on knits and lots of black.
Plus, a new hoodie museum will unpack the sweatshirt's complex layers.
Cool, minimal houses like The Row, (new) Bottega Veneta and (new) Celine will be on a lot of racks next season.
Plus, Net-A-Porter invests in sneakers.
Including Alexa Chung Naomi Campbell, and more.