Plus, Unilever is getting sued over St. Ives Apricot Scrub.
Plus, Macy's plans to close 100 stores.
Plus, Christian Siriano casts "Orange Is the New Black" actress Danielle Brooks in Lane Bryant ads.
Famous kids are following in their parents's footsteps, from ad campaigns to magazine covers.
We got up close and personal with some voluminous gowns that are clearly destined for the red carpet, thanks to Posen's decision to ditch Lincoln Center.
Zac Posen's latest range of stunning, glamorous cocktail and eveningwear may be for Pre-Fall, but you're going to see it a lot sooner.
This season it's all about the #selfie. And no one is better at the medium than those genetic lottery winners, models. Not only are they young (and therefore spending a lot of time on social media), but they're also exceptionally photogenic and know a thing or two about lighting and angles. A bunch of the best models on the planet--Karen Elson, Jourdan Dunn, Karlie Kloss and tons more--graciously gave us their best selfie tips, along with a selfie of course.
Zac Posen didn't show a single pair of pants in his spring 2014 collection and that's exactly how it should be. The man is a master of the statement gown.
Even though Zac Posen had live models to showcase his resort collection the real "model moment" was in the look book featuring the inimitable Pat Cleveland and her daughter Anna.
Ever come across an old photo of your mom--you know, a photo from before you even existed--and thought, "Damn, my mom looks good" and then "OMG I want that whole outfit"? Piper Weiss did, so she started a blog called My Mom the Style Icon where she posts photos of stylish moms that date from the 1920s through the 1980s, tells the stories of the moms in the photos, and offers up hilarious commentary on their outfits. That blog is now a book, and last night Coach threw a party to celebrate its release--just in time for mother's day. (Seriously, buy it now for your mom). True to her mom-style obsession, Weiss, who by day is an editor at Yahoo! Shine (you should read her stuff there because it's hilarious), wore a vintage Pierre Cardin dress that was her mom's in the 70s that she gave what she calls a "a shoulder pad-ectomy" and had shortened. Mama Weiss, the inspiration for the book, was there too, looking stylish as ever. There are exceptions to every rule, but it seems style is more often than not passed down from mothers to child. So we brainstormed with Weiss to come up with the ten of the most fashionable mother and daughter pairs (and one mother-son pair), and she offered her two cents on each stylish duo. What other stylish mother daughter pairs did we leave off?