Celebrities gathered in New York on Monday in support of the Trevor Project's important mission to end LGBTQ youth suicide.
Models who slay together stay together.
There's much to be learned from the Serpentine Galleries' annual Summer Party.
Louis Vuitton, Dior, Gucci and Chanel battle it out.
Plus, orange eyeshadow was a popular pick.
And ICYMI, the Rolling Stones might release another album this year.
And other highlights from day two of London Fashion Week.
The model and rock progeny teamed up with the label to create the "perfect" leather jacket.
And Tory Burch will host a Hilary Clinton fundraiser in her Hamptons home.
The Jagger pout isn't the only nostalgic part.
And business is booming for Valentino.
Rock royalty and legit nobility walked the runway to help the Ebola crisis.
Signaling a new direction, the British brand changed up its photographer and its model to promote its spring 2015 collection.
And Tory Burch is expanding her European presence.
Gigi, Kendall, Hailey... the gang's all here.
Even the models were cast with the era's iconic musicians in mind.
Famous kids are following in their parents's footsteps, from ad campaigns to magazine covers.
And Rihanna exposed quite a lot of naked butt skin at the Met Ball.
Psych! Upton says she was misquoted about that particular body insecurity.
Several designers, including Alexander Wang and DKNY, indulged in logomania for spring 2014--but per usual, Marc Jacobs is putting his own spin on the trend. Instead of branding his name across his models' bods, it looks like ole' MJ's gone for a more classic look. Coca-Cola Classic, that is.
How do you get Cara Delevingne, Sky Ferreira, and Georgia May Jagger on one runway? Be Marc Jacobs.