Plus, Girlfriend Collective launches into a new category.
Plus, Johnson & Johnson will stop selling skin-whitening products.
Plus, what happens when the September issues are the only ones left?
Plus, Versace to present co-ed Resort 2021 collection in the U.S.
Plus, the fur industry is promoting sustainability in an effort to fight back.
Plus, why fashion brands are gravitating towards TikTok.
Plus, a proper farewell to "Glamour."
Plus, how nuptial-focused brands are taking editorial into their own hands.
Plus, New York Fashion Week: Men's dates change again.
Plus, Kylie Jenner is the new face of Quay Eyewear.
It's affecting a lot more than just contouring.
Plus, Loft teams up with the head writer and executive producer of "Inside Amy Schumer."
And Donald Trump's hair may be a $60,000 weave.
Is this the future of shopping?
For luxury fashion houses, the Facebook-owned photo platform is more important than ever.
To make its mobile apps more of a shopping destination, Facebook is testing a Shopping feed and more immersive ad formats.
And media conglomerate IMG has acquired The Wall Group.
And two Harvard alums launch Margaux, a site that sells made-to-measure ballet flats.
And U.S. authorities seized counterfeit Hermès handbags worth millions.
He's in the clear on this one, it would seem.
The fashion and tech industries are more connected than ever. But for designers, it's still often unclear how they can tap into new technologies to make their businesses stronger. The CFDA wants to rectify that.
So why are brands so focused on it?
A few clever fashion brands are already selling stuff via Instagram. Here's how.
With so many new social apps and online platforms and e-commerce sites popping up every day, veteran platforms like Facebook can start to look stale and irrelevant by comparison. Turns out Facebook is actually still a force to be reckoned with, especially when it comes to what it can do for brands.