Color, faux fur, leathers, suedes, prints, denim, graphic T-shirts, sweatshirts and other ath-leisure looks were on display.
The collection is a partnership between the entertainer and dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer.
“I was butt-ass naked, so I had to make everyone else around me just as comfortable,” the model said Monday night.
The border adjustment tax will cost families $1,700 on average.
“Paris is important not for the general public — it’s also for the fashion snobs. Those people own the power and influence. For them to shift, a Céline show needs to have [plus-sized models]. A Prada show needs to have it.”
The actress becomes the ultimate fan, cheering on her son.
The denim collection is available exclusively through Opening Ceremony’s online and New York and L.A. stores.
The new program for emerging talent supports designers with zero to three years in business.
Garment Center advocates are calling on city officials for a more transparent and public discussion about any proposed zoning changes to the district.
Ladder stock is considered undervalued.
The discounter will address the financial community today with a new plan.
Boohoo confirmed it had finalized the purchase of the bankrupt online retailer.
T Magazine’s Nick Haramis is taking the top spot at Interview.
Once again, the ads were photographed by street style chronicler Tommy Ton, this time in Los Angeles.
Included in the Top 60 are Target, Wal-Mart and Colgate-Palmolive.