Plus, inside the fast-growing men's beauty sector.
Plus, Revolve is finally selling beyond size 14.
Call it a continuation of the New Bottega Effect, or simply the latest iteration of all-comfy-everything.
After years of rejection (that included a stint as a Lyft driver to make ends meet), founder Lesley Thornton pushed through the difficulties of 2020 to find major success.
She wore the hell out of this '90s-inspired slip dress.
The market has blown up to meet the demand for these cozy, easily layered knits.
Its virtual RevolveU conference is the latest example of the company's marketing pivot, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Plus, a look at why people turn to knitting during times of turmoil.
More and more OG bloggers are spinning off their online brands into IRL fashion and beauty lines.
Plus, Revolve hosts "Bachelor" group date.
Influencer trips — and brands — are trending in beauty, too.
"I'm so busy, extremely busy, but I wanted to just put more of my time into something that's mine."
Plus, the role of a fashion designer is dramatically evolving.
"We're going to do more of the same," says Chief Brand Officer Raissa Gerona following the retailer's $212 million IPO Friday.
Plus, Yeezy Apparel's General Counsel on streetwear, sneakers and working with Kanye West.
Plus, Revolve sets terms for $200 million IPO.
The new range, called Song of Style, is the latest investment in Revolve's influencer-driven business strategy — and the next step in Song's growing empire.
Plus, former YSL designer Stefano Pilati is breaking away from luxury fashion.
The trending print is taking over our bikinis and one-pieces.
Welcome to dirt prom.
Plus, Theory's CEO Andrew Rosen is stepping down in April.
From launching eponymous brands and partnering with department stores to designer collaborations and publishing deals, social media stars brought in billions this year.