Costume designer Jane Greenwood on how she created Thurman’s Trump-era D.C. woman look (and stayed away from Melania and Ivanka for inspiration).
A member of the Cannes jury in 2012, the French designer was the only fashion industry figure in the festival’s group portrait.
“There’s not high art and low art, there’s good art and bad art,” the influential composer said Thursday.
On behalf of Jimmy Choo, the “Kill Bill” actress cut the ribbon on the store’s holiday window displays.
The “Kill Bill” star will represent Jimmy Choo, one of three partners for the store’s holiday windows alongside David Yurman and Bonpoint.
The lensman looked at fashion through a wider lens, taking photos that were part style, part travelogue and part narrative.
Brandon Maxwell on his “dream” year: CFDA nod, dressing Lady Gaga at Oscars 2016 and debuting at Saks Fifth Avenue.
The makeup artist’s appointment marks the expansion of the retailer's cosmetics category.