Called "Your Friends in New York," the new venture will combine events, philanthropy, music, art and — of course — fashion.
Plus, will LVMH and Kering continue to dominate the luxury sector post-pandemic?
Plus, circular fashion's timely opportunity.
The animal rights organization took advantage of the recent stock market downturn to influence decisions at nearly a dozen fashion companies.
Fashion and beauty brands are using their factories to produce everything from hospital gowns to hand sanitizers.
As fashion month stretches on, so does the debate about whether all the elaborate runway shows and international flights required to see them in person are worth it.
Dolce & Gabbana, for one, is funding a research study — as the entire luxury sector takes a sales hit in China.
Plus, drugstores are expanding their beauty departments.
Plus, fashion's latest cutthroat competition is sustainability.
Plus, Generation Z's internal conflict with fast fashion.
Plus, ThredUp's rapid growth shows no signs of slowing down.
We talked to scientists, environmentalists and brands about the controversial approach to sustainability that labels like Gucci, Everlane and Reformation are investing in.
Plus, rental services go mainstream.
Plus, how retailers can prepare for upcoming tariffs and a potential recession.
Plus, where Barneys went wrong.
This is one spicy switch-up between luxury conglomerates.
Plus, behind the rise of virtual influencers.
"In the end, what matters most is that the model start her career off when she is physically and mentally best suited for success."
Plus, behind the battle between publishers and retailers over affiliate links.
Plus, a former "Vogue" assistant gets probation for stealing from Grace Coddington.
Plus, the internet has officially canceled James Charles.
Plus, Whoopi Goldberg takes fashion.