“I think that all anyone really wants in life is to have people understand us for who we actually are, despite everything.”
The San Francisco-based site — aimed at young, creative women — looks to combat fast fashion with a private label of sustainable clothes and accessories.
“I have to say, I’m a little embarrassed, but I do like Harry Styles.”
New York designers reflect on the importance of Pride and what it means to them.
The jewelry brand looks to combat the current retail slump with an emphasis on under $500 product and a Kardashian-Jenner clan member.
JD’s deal with Farfetch, like Amazon’s with Whole Foods and Wal-Mart’s with Bonobos, shows how much the world has changed and is changing.
Another week, another celebrity sets up home in 443 Greenwich Street.
He originally purchased the house with artist and close friend Marina Abramović, but has since bought her out.
Eaton Vance Management and Highland Capital Management sued the retailer in New York court.
The activist event has drawn brands and consumer support.
During “The Atelier With Alina Cho,” Michael Kors discussed the importance of Asia, his new fall ad campaign, having First Lady Melania Trump as a customer and helping to provide millions of meals for the underprivileged.
Kelly Oubre Jr., Nate Berkus and Young Paris are among the celebrities who will fill the front row.
The handcrafted fabrics are sustainably produced by female-led artisan groups in Ghana and South Africa.
An industry under duress makes key hire from the front line.
Originally a bridal designer, Lhuillier has branched out into all sort of categories and licenses during her more than 21 years in the fashion industry.