WWD rounds up the best accessories from the runways.
Easy, elegant, impeccably tailored — Giorgio Armani has made an art form of turning jackets and pants into chic uniforms women want to wear
J.R. Mankoff photographed the model in Los Angeles.
Designer and Luxury
The new line, called “New Normal,” will hit stores in June.
Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear
Tim Boyle continues as firm’s chief executive officer.
The country plans to introduce a renewable bill aimed at hastening U.S. free trade agreements with other countries.
Intimates and Activewear
Vicky Form, a fast-growing Mexican lingerie brand, plans to operate over 2,500 doors by 2016, a company insider told WWD.
Bridget Moynahan among group to consult with company merchants.
Long or short, head-turning, tuxedo-inspired looks emerged as a sophisticated evening option on spring runways.
They Are Wearing
WWD went off the runways and onto the streets and sidewalks for the best looks from Milan Fashion Week.
The cobranded line of men’s and women’s merchandise marks a first for the Swedish-based retailer and the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.