Plus, Farfetch is likely going public.
Plus, a Condé Nast consolidation is expected this week.
Plus, everything to know about the new collaboration between Levi's and Off-White.
Plus, Loft teams up with the head writer and executive producer of "Inside Amy Schumer."
Plus, how Kate Moss is looking to create her own talent agency and "expand her lifestyle brand".
Plus, why Brooklyn might be the next big textile manufacturing hub.
I'm sorry, you *don't* want to look like a sparkling snowflake princess?
Customers are fired up about the smaller satchels, but that's not necessarily the best thing for the company's sales.
And a model falls ill moments before Michael Kors's Spring/Summer 2016 show.
Shoes and accessories helped the company along in the first quarter.
And Tory Burch will host a Hilary Clinton fundraiser in her Hamptons home.
Mod and leather dresses make another strong showing, while coats get a two-toned update.
And 26-year-old Coco Rocha signs with IMG Models.
Or: 10 Reasons Not to Mess With Outlet Shoppers.
And Tom Ford reflects on fatherhood and sobriety.
Leading up to Monday's CFDA Awards ceremony, New York's governing fashion body has released a photobook featuring portraits and looks from the nominees.
And five-year-old New York design label Honor is putting its ready-to-wear line on hold.
Thanks to weak mall and tourist traffic, among other things, North American sales were down in the first three months of the year.