Plus, new report suggests most fashion brands can't confirm whether or not products are made using forced labor in China.
Plus, Galeries Lafayette is pivoting to cater to local shoppers.
From checkered coats to lug-soled boots.
Plus, Johnson & Johnson will stop selling skin-whitening products.
Plus, Patagonia details a cautious plan for reopening.
Meanwhile, Tom Ford landed at the bottom of the ranking — as in, 0% transparent — on Fashion Revolution's new Fashion Transparency Index.
Plus, how the pandemic has halted festival fashion.
We're keeping a running list, updated every time new brands close their physical storefronts to prevent further spreading the disease.
Plus, European fashion wins big with major trade agreement
Cozy, but make it fashion.
"Women have so many roles, one bag isn't enough."
Experts from The RealReal, ThredUp and more weigh in.
Plus, Reformation lands on Net-a-Porter.
Plus, are brands keeping up with the evolution of masculinity?
What you need to know about the sustainability buzzword that's going to be everywhere in a few years.
From CBD gummies to extra-shimmery lip gloss and everything in between, these are the items we can't imagine getting through four-plus weeks of shows without.
Rose Macario reflects on the brand's recent political activism and philanthropy — and what's next.
Can the activist group get fashion to give up another animal material?
Plus, Jane Fonda has an activewear line in the works.
For those who ride the waves, the half-pipes or even just the internet.
Sorry fam, did we use "lit" correctly?
That Everlane and Madewell launched versions within days of each other is not a coincidence.
I promise you can wear it without looking like a frat or finance bro.