A new project is highlighting the fault lines in a community shaken by controversies around race and prejudice in the fiber arts.
Plus, why DTC is ripe for knockoffs.
Plus, a former "Vogue" assistant gets probation for stealing from Grace Coddington.
Plus, meet the woman helping men own the red carpet.
Plus, Gucci and Guess reach agreement on nine-year trademark battle.
Plus, department stores are refreshing their cosmetic counters with indie beauty products.
A Bella Hadid-inspired exploration.
"Once you have the support of the fashion crowd, everything else follows."
And Olivier Rousteing introduces the world to his British "Balmain Army."
Plus, 'The New York Times' launches 'T' Japan.
And Natalia Vodianova graces the cover of 'Glamour.'
Is it just us, or were some of the models seriously twinning with Baptiste Giabiconi at Chanel's Paris Fashion Week show?
And Lara Stone and David Walliams are splitting.
They make a pretty cute Austrian couple.
Oh yes. Oh no.
Karl Lagerfeld's message for the season was all about girl power.
But you can still get one on eBay! For over four times the original price. Whomp.
Plus, retailers were hurting this back-to-school season.
And Nordstrom joins the trek north to Canada.
Floral motifs for spring are nothing new, but this collection felt fresh and oh-so-pretty.