Plus, rental services go mainstream.
"In the end, what matters most is that the model start her career off when she is physically and mentally best suited for success."
The (formerly blonde) rocker is ready to get his Blue Steel on.
Plus, Google is archiving 3,000 years of fashion.
Plus, the British Fashion Council launched a high-end manufacturers database.
Plus, Dolce & Gabbana accused Philipp Plein of trying to steal their employees.
Charlotte D'Alessio unknowingly took over the Internet after last year's festival, and her life hasn't been the same since.
A lot goes into making fashion week happen. And despite the proliferation of fashion reality television shows, there is still a lot that you might not know about. So, we decided to ask some of our friends in the industry what their day to day life is like leading up to, during and following fashion week. From the perspective of a designer, a publicist, a show producer, a pit photographer, a makeup artist and more, keep reading to learn how fashion week gets made. In this installment of “How Fashion Week Gets Made,” we interviewed model Ava Smith, who gave us the rundown on what it's like to go to casting sessions, walk the runway and stay sane during NYFW.