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Timo Weiland

The CFDA Names 40 New Members

The board voted in 40 new members and extended DVF’s term as chairwoman.

Rachel Antonoff in her studio.

Rachel Antonoff, Archie Comics Team Up on Betty & Veronica Collection

The upcoming Betty & Veronica by Rachel Antonoff collection is set to launch next fall.

Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty, the designers behind architecture firm Studio KO.

Facetime With Studio KO’s Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty

Pierre Bergé enlisted architects Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty of Studio KO, the firm behind the Balmain flagship in New York, to head the Morocco project for the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech.

Amber Valletta in Stella McCartney's fall campaign with text by Ed Ruscha.

Ed Ruscha Spells It Out for Stella McCartney’s Fall Campaign

The artist added his signature word play to the campaign images.

Nicky Hilton, Peter Copping and Amy Fine Collins.

Industry’s Latest Talk: Who’s Next for Oscar?

What’s next for Oscar de la Renta Inc. after creative director Peter Copping’s departure remains to be seen but an in-house team will handle next season’s collection.

Alexander Wang is said to be working with Adidas.

Alexander Wang Said to Be Adidas’ Next Fashion Collaborator

The project will supposedly be unveiled during New York Fashion Week.

Yoshio Kubo Spring 2017 Show

Yoshio Kubo Spring 2017 Show

Known for his high-energy, theatrical runway shows and avant-garde streetwear, the Japanese designer showed a decidedly more toned-down collection for spring.

Joshua Cooper and Laurence Chandler of Rochambeau with Gabriela Hearst at International Woolmark U.S. finalists' announcement.

Gabriela Hearst, Rochambeau Pumped to Compete on International Stage

Woolmark’s U.S. regional winners will go on to compete in the international finals.

Amazon Japan Replaces Mercedes-Benz as Tokyo Fashion Week Sponsor

The Japanese subsidiary of the American online retailer has inked a deal to sponsor the Tokyo shows over a “multiyear” arc of time, the duration of which has not been disclosed.