Plus, Need Supply Co. and Totokaelo merge to form new retail group.
A wise group of cultural scholars once said, "Life in plastic, it's fantastic!" And who are we to argue?
It's about not how jewelry is made, but how it makes us.
The Duchess of Sussex wore not one, not two, but three whole looks.
The former First Lady spills about life post-White House in a glorious interview with Oprah.
People within the fashion industry have begun speaking out against the chief marketing officer.
Anna Ewers models the new collection, which launches Nov. 14.
She's reached 5 million followers on Instagram, relaunched her website and recently published her second book, "World of Style."
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She really misses the hot-pink Kelly bag she bought with Kris Jenner.
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Plus, two months after Farfetch filed for IPO, third-quarter sales jump.
Winnie Harlow, Duckie Thot, Kelsey Merrit and Willow Hand each made their VSFS debut on Thursday.
There was a lot of skin, and a lot of sparkle.
The easiest one-and-done outfit for when you want to seem like you have your life together.
"It just takes all the redness away and gives me new skin."
The year-old brand may be known for its Instagram-friendly jewels, but with more than a decade of experience behind her, founder Shelley Sanders has bigger plans.
The e-commerce giant sold around 110,000 pairs.
Just in from the lingerie giant's annual runway extravaganza in New York City.
The OG Angel had a whole segment at the show dedicated to her 18-year-long partnership with the brand.
Plus, Chanel to transition from U.S. wholesale business to concession model.
Sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy's signature dreamlike femininity is on display at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.
Black, white and red seemed to be the color palette of choice among the event's best-dressed attendees.
Straight from the facialist who helps perfect their complexions, Georgia Louise.