Belgian designer Dries Van Noten will receive this year’s Superstar award at the Oct. 26 event at Cipriani Wall Street.
For fall 2017, designers across the globe equipped their collections with corporate, men’s wear-inspired baggage — invoking discussion about fashion’s messaging and responsibility in this political climate.
A San Francisco boutique is willing to take the White House at its word that Ivanka Trump will comply with all ethics rules.
The First Daughter’s intellectual property holding company is being sued for unfair competition.
Loads of novel, inventive takes on puffers and other down-filled pieces were seen on runways at Paris Fashion Week.
The tailored pantsuit, meant to empower women in turbulent times, made a big comeback at Paris Fashion Week.
Rick Owens, Manish Arora, Antonio Marras, Alberta Ferretti, Alice Temperley of Temperley London, Gill Button, Rankin and more share their handmade cards for Valentine’s Day.
The designer paid homage to fabric suppliers by printing replicas of their traditional labels and logos on some of the clothes.
Bright swaths of color on the eyes were omnipresent at fashion’s spring shows, from Marc Jacobs in New York, to Dries Van Noten in Paris to Pucci in Milan. For the beauty world, it was a case of art imitating life — makeup-loving consumers now are buying into intensely chromatic eye and lip products.
She may be the daughter of style icon Diana Ross, but actress Tracee Ellis Ross has created an aesthetic that is all her own.