He's building a British fashion house with a New York sensibility — and a whole lot of glamour.
"You can no longer separate what you do from who you are."
One could easily imagine a modern-day Margot Tenenbaum, or even Zoë Kravitz's Rob from "High Fidelity," wearing looks from the collection.
Despite the pandemic, these nine names are ready to shoot their shot.
Joan Smalls, Brandon Maxwell, Aurora James, Prabal Gurung and more weigh in.
His first collection for the brand will debut in early 2021.
Ahead of the (mostly virtual) September shows, IMG's Noah Kozlowski explains.
"I didn't know that I was launching Brother Vellies when I launched Brother Vellies, and I didn't know that I was launching the 15 Percent Pledge when I launched the 15 Percent Pledge. All I did was take a desire that I had for the world, and the world responded."
ICON 360, which aims to provide grants to designers of color who have been affected by the coronavirus, will host a virtual fundraiser with prominent editors, influencers, stylists and other industry folks.
The first session in 'Vogue' Global Conversations, a four-day virtual conference hosted by the magazine, saw Jacobs in conversation with Edward Enninful about the future of creativity.
From sweatsuits and cozy basics to "the best lotion I've put on my body."
Ranging from shoes they can wear on long shifts to wedding gowns for upcoming nuptials.
"Now more than ever, we are committed to support the businesses and people that make up our industry."
More e-commerce platforms exclusively carry and promote brands from communities and geographic areas that have traditionally been underrepresented in the industry.
With sizes 0 through 24 and a focus on fabric, the brand is striving to eliminate the lines between straight and plus-size fashion.
The absolute best from New York, London, Milan and Paris.
"Duro Olowu: Seeing Chicago" offers a fresh take on portraiture, landscapes and surrealism using nearly 400 works of art culled from the city's public and private collections.
His first collection designed in collaboration with Miuccia Prada will be for Spring 2020.
"This is going into the next phase of the brand," Palermo says.
As she unveils her Fall 2020 collection for Kate Spade New York, take a peek inside Nicola Glass's workspace.