Plus, Meet the designers working behind-the-scenes at big fashion houses.
Plus, Forever 21 is opening a beauty store called Riley Rose.
Plus, Amazon launches a try-before-you-buy feature.
Her hit handle @barbiestyle is the subject of a new tome, so we spoke to the man behind her closet.
Plus, Frédéric Fekkai is launching a new beauty brand.
"If I had a Barbie that looked like this growing up, who knows what I would've thought about my thighs," the "It" model told Fashionista. "I may not have hated them as much."
Plus, Barbie reaches influencer status on Instagram.
It's about time.
And trans women across the nation are creating their own "Vanity Fair" covers
Also, these J.Crew models need to get it together.
Plus, see more images from 'Vogue' China's Apple Watch spread.
But you can still get one on eBay! For over four times the original price. Whomp.
And by strange, we don't necessarily mean bad.
The accompanying limited-edition, bathing-suit-clad dolls are flying off the shelves at Target, where they're exclusively being stocked.
Please tell us there's a Vogue cover in the works.
You know what it means when someone pleads the fifth about a cover shoot.
A contestant on Campbell's TV show, "The Face," is claiming psychological damage.
Whether you're stuck in your cubicle or curled up with a cup of hot cocoa at home, here's all the fashion news you need to know.
California, modernist, cool. And lots of print. Trina Turk products are pretty instantly recognizable, whether we’re talking shift dresses, bedding or special edition Barbies. It’s a level of identifiability that designers in today’s fractured market crave. “We try to express the optimism of California in every product we do,” Turk tells us. But, as she is quick to point out, “You can get a printed short for $20 or $2,000. What we do as a brand has to have value.”
Coach is the latest in a long line of brands to collaborate with the fashion (and playroom) icon. And for the first time ever, Barbie's tiny, snazzy wardrobe has been produced from start to finish by the Coach design house. Meaning, everything she's wearing, you can wear. Well, in a slightly larger size. So in celebration of Barbie's new clothes (and chic new 'do--how does she keep it so shiny?), we're taking a look back at her biggest and best designer collabs to date--and there've been some doozies. When it comes to amazing designer collaborations, Target and H&M have got nothing on the original Queen B: We're talking Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Bill Blass, Vera Wang, Christian Louboutin, Dior, Versace, and more. Who needs an 11-inch tall plastic boyfriend when you've got Mr. de la Renta on speed dial?