Plus, the Ivanka Trump brand is opening its first store in Trump Tower.
The magazine's first issue under her leadership hit newsstands on Wednesday.
And Bergdorf's is redecorating, Alexander Wang style.
Now you have a legitimate excuse to just watch for the commercials.
Who has time for turkey and football when there are deals to be had?
These are some stacked covers, y'all.
We may be celebrating our independence from the Brits today, but they kinda dress better.
Here's the best fashion news tidbits of the last Monday of 2013.
...and much, much more! TGIF, ladies. F'realz.
The biggest fashion stories of the week, save for the one about how we received a big block of cheese in the office (which was actually very awesome).
Owning a Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra doesn't have to be just a fantasy any longer. Well... technically.
What does one give an Angel for Christmas? That's precisely the question we asked some real life Angels -- of the Victoria's Secret variety, that is -- while they were getting glammed up backstage before the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (airing tonight at 10pm EST on CBS).
TGIF! Here's all the news you need to know to take you into the weekend.
For Victoria's Secret models Karlie Kloss, Candice Swanepoel, Alessandra Ambrosio and Hilary Rhoda, the work starts long before the runway lights come up.
You'd think that after walking in the skin-filled Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the models would want to, you know, put some clothes on. Yeah... not so much.
We always love smiling models, frankly.
Shocking as it may seem, even Angels need help.
Forget pushups--if you want all eyes on your bosoms this holiday season, you best be getting some next-level, 4,200 precious stone shit up in there. Amen.
Ready to feel super poor and ugly? Forbes has just released its annual list of the 10 highest-paid models in the biz, confirming yet again that it really pays to be beautiful--especially if you're Gisele.
If anyone has the power to elevate the ordinary, to make the mundane chic, it's superstar stylist Carine Roitfeld. This is the woman who styled a $9.50 disposable painter's jumpsuit from The Home Depot seven different ways for a striking editorial. The next throwaway item Miss Roitfeld is declaring chic? Dust bags. You know, those flimsy cotton drawstring sacks your fancy bags come in. So why did Roitfeld feature them?
Valentino, J.Lo and Liza with a Z.
"I don't like to be bored, so I just said, 'Let's do something crazy.'"