Environmental scientist Linda Greer discusses two new reports on the subject and what it would take for fashion to truly go green.
The red carpet-worthy collection launches Nov. 7.
Featuring baby Archie in baby-blue dungarees by H&M.
Plus, Rebecca Taylor is exiting her namesake label.
Plus, Edward Enninful reflects on his first two years as editor-in-chief of British "Vogue."
Plus, Alber Elbaz returns to fashion with a Tod's collaboration.
A limited-edition drop is expected to arrive at select stores on Saturday, followed by a full collection in November.
Plus, how to get the most out of your influencer strategy.
Plus, NBCUniversal launches ShoppableTV.
It's an unprecedented move for a retailer this size.
Fall in love with the frays and rips all over again.
Plus, new rental platforms are catering to the streetwear crowd.
Reformation, ThredUp, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the New York Department of Sanitation are just a few of the parties involved.
Plus, what legacy media should do differently to survive.
Plus, Glossier will surpass $100 million in revenue this year.
Plus, Goop teamed up with Universal Standard on a size-inclusive capsule.
With signatories representing companies that produce 20 percent of all the plastic packaging on the globe, the initiative has potential for real impact.
Plus, Phoebe Philo-designed Celine bags and clothes have spiked in popularity.
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Plus, the history of beat-up and distressed clothing.
Plus, there's a Virgil Abloh and Ikea pop-up in Paris.
Plus, Chanel acquires minority stake in Swiss watch company Montres Journe.