Bloggers continue to be a marketing mainstay for the Los Angeles brand.
In a foreboding Weibo post on Jan. 27, he said “Every year my wish is always the same: Die earlier.”
Fashion has always been a world of what’s next — next trend, next superstar, next must-have item. But today the query “what’s next?” resonates more deeply, going to the core of the communal industry identity — fashion’s role in the culture as it continues to navigate very challenging times. The reality that the industry is in flux on multiple levels pulsed through New York Fashion Week.
In Tommy Hilfiger searches, the Gigi varsity cardigan was the item most clicked-on by influencers.
The travel retailer asked brands to create more than 50 exclusive designs.
The 21 semifinalists for this year’s LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers includes many designers based in countries other than their own.
“Diana: Her Fashion Story,” which opens to the public on Feb. 24, showcases looks she wore during daytime public engagements as well as for evening occasions.
Melania Trump wore a Norisol Ferrari design to a pre-Inauguration ceremony but Ferrari prefers to focus on the clothes rather than on the Trump connection.
After comparing designers’ fall color choices in New York and London, Pantone Color Institute’s executive director Leatrice Eiseman said what was really interesting was to see that “we are really more alike than not.”
The designer was best known for her signature oversized eyewear.
The designer will stage his first presentation at London Fashion Week Fall 2017.