Lee aims to have a similar pop-up reselling her clients’ tweaked clothes once a month in order to make it an integral part of her company’s business model.
The artist’s work is unabashed about questioning the fashion industry’s commercialization of sex and the body.
Throughout her life, the fiercely private film star preferred not to sign autographs, to sit for interviews or to even attend the Academy Awards.
Two hundred guests are expected at the April 18 fashion show.
Photographer and visual artist LaToya Ruby Frazier will receive an honorary degree as will television producer Gary Smith.
With prices ranging from $50 to $130, all proceeds of the collection will benefit the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
More than 1,000 designers and supporters turned up Thursday night in Helsinki to examine how design is challenging the present and shaping the future.
A performance of “The Triangle Fire,” the first opera dedicated to the event and its aftermath, will be held at New York University March 25.
Committed to constant refinement, Weinberg’s signature waterproof vegan bag is now in its 68th iteration.
On April 28, Huffington will open an exhibition at Rebecca Minkoff’s gallery adjacent to the designer’s Melrose Avenue store. The artist has another show opening May 3 at Anastasia Photo on the Lower East Side about women and politics.
From noon until 6 p.m. each day, shoppers will find numerous personal belongings including Formichetti’s art, sculpture, objects, rare books, “anything that he’s used for styling like tour performance pieces.”
The original plan for the 2017 installment was to feature 48 to 55 artists, but after totaling everything up, the organizer Christine Finley wound up with 125.
At play is about one million square feet that have been earmarked for apparel manufacturing and another one million set aside for support purposes.
Traces of the Polaroid story can be found at the MIT Museum’s “Polaroid’s Invention of Instant Photography.”
The compact exhibition juxtaposes Teng’s ivory and black designs opposite Serra’s oil-stick paintings.