Must Read: Andrew Rosen on Leaving Theory and the Future of American Fashion, Serena Williams and Huda Kattan Cover 'Business of Fashion'
Plus, Supreme unveils its full Jean Paul Gaultier capsule.
Department Stores Are Not Necessarily A Young Brand's Friend
And more business advice from two of fashion's most successful investors, Lew Frankfort and Andrew Rosen.
New York City Kicks Off Fashion Week With 'Made In NY' Marketing Campaign
You can spot Public School, Rosie Assoulin and Chromat on buses and taxis in every borough.
Proenza Schouler Sells Minority Stake as CEO Exits
Outgoing CEO Shirley Cook has been with the brand since the very beginning.
Report: Private Equity Firm in Talks to Invest in Proenza Schouler
With LVMH out of the running, another interested bidder has reportedly stepped in.
Reformation Raises $12 Million from Stripes Group, 14W and Karlie Kloss
Largely self-funded since it was founded in 2008, Reformation brought in the big bucks as it gears up to expand.
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Inside the Factory Where Marc Jacobs Manufactured His First Pair of Pants
InStyle USA is one of the last full-service production companies operating in New York City’s Garment Center. Fashionista meets the manufacturing team behind many of the city’s most beloved fashion brands.
Report: LVMH to Buy Andrew Rosen's Stake in Proenza Schouler
Is this the luxury conglomerate's next young designer get?
Helmut Lang Designers Michael and Nicole Colovos Are Leaving the Label
The duo's recently shown fall 2014 collection will be their last.
The Most Influential People in New York Fashion, 2014 Edition
Click through to dig into our list of the most influential members of the New York fashion industry.
Fashionista 50: The Most Influential People in New York Fashion Right Now
To survive in this business, you've got to have more than talent. You've got to be shrewd, savvy, determined—and a crazy-hard worker.
Don't Hold Your Breath For an Olivier Theyskens Low-End Collab
Lauren Sherman talks hairstyles and low-end collaborations at yesterday's WWD CEO Summit.
Andrew Rosen, the CFDA and the City of New York Team Up to Help the City's Garment Center
Theory CEO Andrew Rosen began working in New York City's Garment Center before you were probably born. Both his father and grandfather were in the garment business, so he's witnessed its fairly steady decline over the past 50 years. Today at WWD's CEO Summit, the serial investor—he helps back Proenza Schouler, Rag & Bone, Alice + Olivia, amongst others—announced a new program to help reverse that trend.
Is Andrew Rosen Creating the American Equivalent of LVMH?
Theory President and all around New York fashion business guru Andrew Rosen is the subject of a lengthy Wall Street Journal profile detailing his rise to success--from learning the apparel business ropes from his "garmento" father to co-founding Theory with Elie Tahari to investing in other successful brands like Proenza Schouler and Rag & Bone. In it, Anna Wintour declares, "We don't have a Gucci or LVMH in this country, but in his own way, Andrew is creating a kind of American equivalent." She's probably right, and not just because she's Anna Wintour and that means she has to be.
Helmut Lang Fall 2012: Leather and Bloggers
You either like Helmut Lang or you don't. And if you're in the former category (like me), you're going to like the fall collection a whole bunch. They're one of those brands that when you talk about their "brand DNA" an image immediately pops up. From the spare white warehouse space to the flashy strobe light in the beginning, I knew I was at Helmut Lang.