Plus, Eilish covers British 'Vogue'.
Plus, 2020's impact on magazine publishing frequency.
This month, we're purchasing clothes and accessories that remind us of happier times.
In the time of Covid-19, people are having to get creative with shoots, giving models more duties than ever.
Fashion and beauty brands are using their factories to produce everything from hospital gowns to hand sanitizers.
Environmental scientist Linda Greer discusses two new reports on the subject and what it would take for fashion to truly go green.
Plus, Rebecca Taylor is exiting her namesake label.
Plus, Riccardo Tisci's Burberry is resonating with customers.
Plus, Balenciaga and Farfetch raise awareness of endangered species with new capsule.
A day rarely goes by without the Duchess of Sussex wearing A Thing, so why not take some holiday shopping inspiration from her style?
Plus, Zara is getting slammed for appropriating a traditional Indian-style skirt.
Plus, Harry Styles goes back to school in Gucci in his upcoming "Kiwi" video.
Plus, Adriana Lima is the host of a new reality beauty competition.
Plus, LVMH's Ian Rogers discusses the luxury group's buzzy new e-commerce site, 24 Sèvres.
Plus, "Versace" will replace "Katrina" as the next "American Crime Story."
And Zara grabs the number-three spot from Louis Vuitton, while Marc Jacobs is the fastest-growing company on the list.
Another day, another designer knockoff.
Plus, what to know about the new novel that's firing shots at André Leon Talley.
From the 1800s to now: how your favorite impulse shopping destinations came to be.
Duchesses: They're Just Like Us.
There's creative inspiration, and then there's straight-up copying. These designs fall more in the latter camp.
From completely bare shoulders to shoulder cutouts, here's your shopping guide to spring 2016's biggest trend.