Dries Van Noten's 'Inspiration' Exhibit Is the Highlight of Paris Fashion Week
The designer celebrated with friends and fellow designers last night at the Musée des Arts Décoratif.
New York State Is Getting Involved with Department Stores' Racial Profiling Allegations
New York State is officially stepping in as more accusations of racism fly against Barneys New York, and now Macy's.
Barneys CEO to Meet with Civil Rights Leaders Over Racial Profiling Allegations
There's also now a petition asking Jay-Z to pull out of his Barneys holiday collaboration.
Jay Z Designing a Line with Proenza Schouler, Balenciaga, and More for Barneys
The rumors were true: Barneys has tapped man of the hour Jay Z to collaborate on this year's Holiday Campaign as well as a limited edition fashion line that banks on Mr. Carter's inherent New Yorkness, and wide reach.
Fashion's 10 Hottest Power Couples
Happy Valentine's Day! In honor of this oft-dreaded, always-candy-filled day, we've rounded up the coolest—and most powerful—couples working in fashion. Click through to read all about them, and let us know: who's your favorite fashion couple?
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Fashionista 50: The Most Influential People in New York Fashion Right Now
To survive in this business, you've got to have more than talent. You've got to be shrewd, savvy, determined—and a crazy-hard worker.
Buyers Liked Hedi Slimane's Saint Laurent Collection A Lot More Than Critics Did
While critics were not exactly over the moon about Hedi Slimane's YSL debut, buyers apparently were. And isn't that ultimately more important?
Alber Elbaz: Fashion Shows are 'Not About What You Show' Anymore
We love Alber Elbaz--the Lanvin designer is one of the rare fashion people who somehow seems to stay grounded and maintain a healthy perspective on everything. In an industry with a lot of big egos, he's humble and self-deprecating--maybe to a fault, as a new Times profile by Eric Wilson reveals. Wilson at least makes it clear that Elbaz, whose "tendency to put himself beneath others can be to a fault," is uncomfortable in the spotlight and with the shifting focuses of the fashion industry:
Amanda Brooks Leaves Barneys
File this under news we did not see coming. Amanda Brooks, who was named Barneys' fashion director in January 2011, has resigned, WWD is reporting. Just yesterday we attended an event at Barneys in which Brooks hosted a talk with the creative directors of Maiyet, introducing Barneys' newest label to a group of online editors. She looked immaculate as always, and asked thoughtful, well-researched, questions. She also just wrapped a busy fashion month--a fixture in the front row and a favorite of street style photographers. Brooks is leaving for England to pursue other opportunities.