They couldn't hang out at the Met Gala, but they were together in sartorial spirit.
The dreamy shoot is suspiciously similar to the classic Marc Jacobs Daisy campaign.
Sasha Pivovarova and Coco Rocha look every bit as beautiful as they did in a similar shoot seven years ago.
The cat as a model as a muse.
The seaweed is always greener in somebody else's lake.
Bandana tops are back, guys.
The brand's resort presentation was a bit of a #ThrowbackThursday.
Who would you rather buy jewelry from: Shosh or Jessa?
A major takeaway from this Fashion Month? Take-away-inspired accessories are having a moment.
Dolce & Gabbana makes a gorgeous case for the side of good, while Undercover contends that it's pretty great to be bad.
One doesn't normally associate tropical floral arrangements with fall and winter dressing -- but you wouldn't guess that from what we've seen on the runway this season.
Steep summits are having an improbable fashion moment.
Looks like Kim Kardashian is about to get the last laugh.
In general, the SAG Awards are usually a bit of a snooze. Until we saw these competing side shaves.
Lena Dunham's Vogue editorial, shot by Annie Leibovitz, recalls a 2008 shoot the the magazine did with Sex and the City's Sarah Jessica Parker and Chris Noth.
I mean... it's pretty much the same.
Which Rihanna-plus-small-and-humble-breasted-blonde duo do you think has more chemistry?
We always love smiling models, frankly.
Several designers, including Alexander Wang and DKNY, indulged in logomania for spring 2014--but per usual, Marc Jacobs is putting his own spin on the trend. Instead of branding his name across his models' bods, it looks like ole' MJ's gone for a more classic look. Coca-Cola Classic, that is.
Maybe it's because "Get Lucky" is stuck on a permanent loop in their brains like it is in ours, but the fashion world can't seem to get enough of Daft Punk. Specifically, they keep pressing repeat on these shiny editorials in which the masked Parisian robot-DJ hybrids sandwich a supermodel.