The latest from the Met invites viewers to reflect on fashion's relationship with the past, and also has some important things to say about where the industry is headed in the future.
The prettiest way to wear color is hazy, washed-out and intentionally imprecise.
She's already collaborated with Gucci and a handful of up-and-coming models, but expect to see a lot more of her artwork in the fashion space soon.
Also known as @museummammy, this influencer is using her growing platform to inspire creativity and advocacy.
And Dior has changed the venue (and country) of its cruise show.
For 16 years the brick wall on the corner of Broadway and Houston in SoHo was emblazoned with a several-stories-high DKNY logo through which you could see the Statue of Liberty and the NYC skyline. The billboard was an iconic New York symbol--until it came down in 2008 when the building was sold and DKNY was forced to remove it. "We've literally been in mourning since 2008 with that SoHo wall. A lot of people have. We constantly hear, 'I can't believe it's not there,'" Aliza Licht, aka @DKNYPRGirl, the brand's Senior Vice President of Communications, told us. "It's made an impact more than just an advertising campaign would have made. It was there for 16 years. People associate it with the city, the framework of the city." So DKNY is bringing it back, via an international art project spanning 10 cities across the globe.
There's an interesting new multi-media twist to the Met's upcoming "Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations" exhibit. In addition to the ex