In many cases, trouble was brewing before Covid-19 hit.
Matching undergarments: a sneaky hack for making you feel like you have your life in order — whether or not you actually do.
From casual flat options to dressier high-heeled styles, there's something for everyone.
Plus, how Pierpaolo Piccioli put his own sartorial spin on Valentino.
Reminder to designers: All money spends the same, regardless of size.
The model opens up about the differences between plus-size conversations in the U.K. and U.S., what gives her hope for the industry and why modeling isn't her end-all.
She stars alongside a diverse cast of models and body-positive activists for Lane Bryant's new denim campaign.
"The majority of American women haven't had a voice, haven't felt like they belong in our world, and I wanted to be sure that they do."
"We designed for the same woman we always design for," the designer told "Vogue"s Lynn Yaeger.
The co-branded line — dropping monthly for the next year — will play with more trends come spring.
Plus, Lane Bryant debuts a new campaign starring Gabourey Sidibe, Danielle Brooks and more familiar faces.
Plus, Future announces a partnership with Reebok.
Plus, Christian Siriano casts "Orange Is the New Black" actress Danielle Brooks in Lane Bryant ads.
Targeting women sizes 12 and up, the issue marks the beginning of an extensive partnership with Lane Bryant, which even includes a clothing collection coming this fall.
Plus, Forever 21 pulls down controversial "Don't Say Maybe If You Want to Say No" T-shirt from website.
Plus, a Lane Bryant commercial has allegedly been banned by multiple TV networks.
Plus, the fashion crowd gathered on Tuesday to celebrate Saks Fifth Avenue Fashion Director Roopal Patel.
And the fashion industry contemplates how the Trans-Pacific Partnership will affect the market.
Lane Bryant CEO Linda Heasley wants to change a lot with a hashtag, a fashion-y print campaign and publicity stunts involving Salt & Pepa.
Shocker: She's not that different from the straight size customer.
It's another positive step forward for the national retailer.