Lagerfeld likely will join Lauren in dressing the incoming First Lady.
In naming Reed Krakoff to lead its design, Tiffany could be hedging its bets on a category already laden with Millennial upstart brands.
Under ceo Fabian Garcia, Revlon plans to grow into a $5 billion company in five years.
“Most of our employees are women, the majority of our customers are women, and it’s almost like our duty and responsibility to champion the march,” Comey says.
The Kering boss was clearly amused by Balenciaga’s Kering logo looks.
The collection was filled with riffs on workwear such as curving cargo pants that narrowed at the ankle, and sleeveless cameraman vests.
Olympia Le-Tan and Gray Malin are the latest to celebrate Minnie Mouse and her love of polka dots.
At the GEM Awards Friday, Webster opined about Millennial preference and the importance of creativity.
Each issue will tackle a different cause.
Howard and castmate Matthew McConaughey attended the New York premiere of “Gold” on Tuesday night.
The customization concept has set up shops in San Francisco and Santa Clara.
Soon-to-be First Lady Melania Trump finds herself in a situation unique among first ladies, with many designers staunchly opposed to dressing her on ideological grounds.
The New York Times rolled out its newsroom strategy, which includes shifting its culture to focus more on digital storytelling.
The campaign was styled by Celestine Clooney and shot by the London-based photographer Mel Bles.
Theresa May was photographed for the magazine by Annie Leibovitz.
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