Plus, 'Vogue' features 67 people working behind-the-scenes in fashion.
Plus, how the government should help independent American fashion businesses
Plus, inside Untuckit's emergence from the fashion startup scene.
Plus, Louis Vuitton's Nicolas Ghésquiere speaks out against Trump.
Plus, Deciem's plan to bounce back.
Plus, Dior is going green for its upcoming show.
Plus, Cannes is banning red-carpet selfies.
The model spoke out against Trump's recent decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel — while clad in a red-carpet gown.
The president announced on Monday that he plans to reduce Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante by roughly 80 and 45 percent, respectively.
Plus, why the wearable tech market hasn't taken off.
"It's always a tricky fine line of doing a nod to the thing, as opposed to hitting it with a hammer," says "Saturday Night Live" costume designer Tom Broecker.
Plus, LVMH launches e-commerce for its wines and spirits brands.
A look at how socially responsible labels in the U.S. and abroad will be affected by the president's proposed tariffs.
It seems that neither supporters nor detractors made much of an impact.
"I'm going to give a free commercial here, go buy it today everybody," is not the job of the Counselor to the President of the United States, as it turns out.
Plus, Hermès sales rose this part quarter.
Plus, how the CFDA will be impacted by New York Fashion Week's shakeups.
Plus, Kate Moss, Taraji. P. Henson, Jennifer Lopez and more cover "W"'s March issue.
The model sisters, whose parents are immigrants themselves, are putting their Instagirl platform to work.
"I'm more concerned with Marc Jacobs than the U.S. President."
Plus, how Mary Tyler Moore influenced the fashion industry.
Depressed and outraged — but make it fashion.
Plus, how a former "Vogue" staffer helped plan Friday's inauguration.
A D.C.-based hairstylist says that Marla Maples and Tiffany Trump asked if she was willing to work for free in exchange for "exposure."