The Modern Artisan project granted a group of fashion students and artisans-in-training access to years of customer data to collaboratively create a new collection.
Elvie has plans to become the first-ever global women's health tech brand. But it has some taboos to shatter first.
Plus, Nordstrom is still struggling to find its footing in the current retail climate.
"We're not going after the obvious model or celebrities," says Basic Space founder Jesse Lee.
Plus, Emily Ratajkowski goes nude for "Harper's Bazaar."
Plus, Adidas teams up with Juergen Teller and Paul Pogba to publish a limited-edition photography magazine.
The company, which also operates a bra-fitting mobile app, just closed an $8-million funding round.
And it can be yours next week.
Also, Chrissy Teigen returns to Twitter and Michael Kors reveals new tech accessories.
Tickets are on sale now, but they're going fast!
Yet another startup is vying for your online shopping attention.
Can daily competitions steal the hearts of the busy woman over 30?
The app will connect sales associates and their highest spending clients.
All the fashion news you missed this week.
Plus, the social shopping service Wanelo makes a play at in-app checkout.
Get ready for more pop-up shops.
Wednesday morning at Bryant Park's Andaz Hotel, CFDA members participated in a round table discussion with execs from Intel -- the microchip company that's currently making a play for wearables -- about the future of the market.
The Hunt is looking to gamify its user experience for its power shoppers.