Models like Lindsey Wixon, Mariacarla Boscono and Natasha Poly have dominated the runways.
Anna Ewers models the new collection, which launches Nov. 14.
Hairstylist Sam McKnight didn't let the ample hats, veils and other headgear present on the runway get in the way of his craft.
Bowl cuts and bleached brows: What can't he convince them to do?
Plus, Schiaparelli and Julien Fournié were granted couture house status by the French Couture Federation.
It looks like the Wang Squad had a little too much fun last night.
Yes, y'all read that correctly.
From Joan Smalls to Taylor Hill.
This isn't your typical house party, folks.
One bad-girl in particular — guess who? — scored four more than anyone else.
Now that Wang's Balenciaga days are behind him, he can fully focus on his beloved bad girls.
The designer released the first teaser for his upcoming ads on Monday.
Models.com has released its rankings for 2015, determined by industry and reader polls.
Plus, Adidas unveils 3D-printed performance footwear.
No conceptual sets or colorful backdrops here.
It almost looks like it was taken backstage at his goth-heavy February runway show.
Gotta catch 'em all.
And French fashion buyer Maria Luisa Poumaillou passed away on Monday after battling cancer.
Also on the guest list: Cara Delevingne, Katy Perry, Dakota Johnson, Kris Jenner and the Statue of Liberty.
Take me in for questioning anytime.
And a 20-day shutdown of West Coast ports could cost the U.S. economy $2.5 billion.
And Anna Ewers channels Brigitte Bardot for 'Vogue' Germany.
Now this looks like fun.