We're here to help your lower half achieve peak cozy this winter.
Plus, a farewell to Cushnie.
They're arguably the most sensible runway-approved, street-style-beloved item you can have in your wardrobe.
Truly, they make every outfit feel fancier.
Plus, Julia Sarr-Jamois named fashion director at British "Vogue."
Plus, Hilton Als explores Grace Wales Bonner's elegant vision of Black style.
Whether you prefer a roomy caftan or an elegant wrap, a strappy midi or a dyed strapless maxi, there's a style for you.
Cheetah spots and zebra stripes and croc prints, oh my.
Plus, see the full collection — featuring pieces from Cushnie, Lisa Marie Fernandez and LoveShackFancy — with prices.
The retailer teamed up with Cushnie, Lisa Marie Fernandez and LoveShackFancy to create a limited-edition, affordable and size-inclusive range of frocks.
Plus, Glow Recipe launches digital sampling program.
Plus, an unlabeled piece of sponsored content got 'Teen Vogue' in trouble.
Environmental scientist Linda Greer discusses two new reports on the subject and what it would take for fashion to truly go green.
Plus, why the holidays are becoming less important to retailers.
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Revisit your favorite designer collabs including Anna Sui, Rodarte, Jason Wu, Missoni and Proenza Schouler.
"I think at a minimum, this is absolutely misleading marketing."
Implicated brands include Nike, Asics, Under Armour, Target and Brooks. Thankfully, some are committing to change for the better.
Add your favorite T-shirt or button-down and you're good to go.
This could explain why that little pink whale always looks so happy.
Los-Angeles-based Olive & June is rolling out a product line and a DIY kit aimed at revolutionizing the category.
Bonus: It's sold in a set with a really great beach wave spray.
With signatories representing companies that produce 20 percent of all the plastic packaging on the globe, the initiative has potential for real impact.