On Monday, the CFDA and IMG released the full Spring 2022 lineup.
Plus, the 2021 CFDA/"Vogue" Fashion Fund recipients share their vision for fashion's future.
Plus, Alaïa is bringing back its Relax line.
Plus, Bottega Veneta receives backlash for Berlin event.
Plus, an incomplete history of the feminist T-shirt.
Plus, the CFDA launches a program aimed at supporting Black and brown fashion professionals.
From turkey-carving events to the "American Collections Calendar."
Plus, Versace is skipping Milan Fashion Week.
Plus, Winnie Harlow is the new face of Paul Mitchell.
Plus, can African designers transform the leather industry?
The designers kept in touch after Rogers interned for Taylor in 2015, and have been each other's cheerleaders ever since. Here, they discuss their relationship, how their internship experiences shaped their respective careers and what they've learned along the way.
Some of what's in it may surprise you.
Plus, the CFDA announces manufacturer recipients of $500,000 worth of grants through its A Common Thread initiative.
Plus, Tom Ford talks CFDA, 2020 election and the future of fashion.
A new wave of accelerator programs is stepping up to solve some of the industry's biggest, most destructive pain points.
Plus, did resellers really buy up all the Telfar bags?
Plus, could antiviral clothing help protect us?
The CFDA just announced that shows will run from September 14 to 16.