WWD highlights the key spring fashion trends from designers in New York, London and Milan.
The costume designer held a presentation of the brand’s fall collection at Neiman Marcus.
Roughly 60 women’s media sites are working with Rock the Vote to register female voters before Election Day.
President Obama is teaming up with the organizers of SXSW to host his own music, arts and film festival at the White House.
Designers Dean and Dan Caten said the two collections complement each other.
The line is a mini collection offering a T-shirt, long-sleeve shirt, zip hoodie, crewneck sweatshirt, fleece skinny pants and a canvas backpack.
Guo Pei plans to handle costume design for her first feature film next year and she aims to open a New York store down the road.
Rooted in a minimal look, the collection was focused on asymmetric cuts and shimmering fabrics.
France’s minister of culture and communication Audrey Azoulay announced the commission of a report on the state of fashion heritage and the organization of a Fashion Forum, that’s slated for the end of the year.
Creative director Manuela Mariotti explored the theme of nomadism.
The Italian brand is evolving the collection with sophisticated pieces.