The red carpet's going strong.
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Plus, June Ambrose was named creative director at Puma.
"We can start by hiring Black people in front and behind the scenes."
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This look put Jason Bolden on the celebrity styling map.
It's one of those designs where, the closer you look, the more you discover.
In lieu of a runway show, the Mulleavy sisters showcased their latest offering on Kirsten Dunst, Gabrielle Union, King Princess, Yalitza Aparicio, Kilo Kish, January Jones and more.
From ballgowns to pantsuits to whatever you want to call Kendall Jenner's ensemble.
Royal blue, orange, pink, navy, yellow and mint green are apparently great together. Who knew?
The actress just debuted a new line for New York & Company.
Plus, slashers destroyed unwanted product from Nike's SoHo store.
Our favorite looks from the world beyond fashion month.
Doesn't she look great?
Bows, embroideries, ruffles and rainbow stripes packed a punch on Alexa Chung, Rooney Mara and Olivia Wilde.
Color and volume were scarce as celebs eased into awards season.
While most people bid farewell to summer with barbecues and back-to-school shopping, Hollywood's A-list flocks to Italy for the Venice Film Festival
Nicole Miller's latest collection was as badass as we felt at the show wedged between Richie Rich and Gabrielle Union. Leather detailing, asymmetrical cuts, and a menswear influence all served as yet another departure from the line's girly, form-fitting, party dress image. Miller paired a sequin sheath with an angular leather vest, and a diagonal stripe skirt over boot cut silk pants. There were foiled metal skirts, leather leggings a la Alexander Wang, and Persian lamb coats. While we love that Miller is amping up the edge, our favorite looks were those with less bulk--a black and blue printed silk dress and a red and gray printed blouson top with a metallic pencil skirt.