Muhammad Ali’s grandson Biaggio Ali Walsh is modeling in a new campaign for Sprayground, which has also opened a pop-up store in Times Square.
The high-kicking creation attracted the highest bid in the 22nd edition of the annual designer Christmas tree charity event organized by fashion journalist Marie-Christiane Marek.
The show is a mix of new and old work.
The designer and the dancer discussed being honest in art and in life, even when the stakes are high.
Chinese authorities pulled the plug before midnight on the after party, and Ming Xi apologized for her catwalk stumble.
The ath-leisure collection includes unisex tops, women’s hoodies, sweats, sweatshirts and T-shirts with Webb’s image.
Designers need to be supply chain connectors instead of one step in the process, according to a new study released by the CFDA.
Spire courts consumers and the fashion industry, with a stick-on device that turns items into smart garments.
Named “Siur Pipen,” the style is a reinterpretation in vicuña felt of the house’s signature medium-brimmed hat created by the founder in the late 1800s.
Independent brands were among the most buzzed about on Influenster’s platform. Kylie Cosmetics’ chatter ballooned 8.2 times, while Jeffree Star got 5.6 times more discussion than last year.
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