Google’s first exhibition during Salone del Mobile in Milan will explore the convergence of technology on home life.
Attendees emphasized the need for companies to support the renewal of The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh.
The Circular Fashion Games are designed to encourage multidisciplinary teams to create concepts that will be developed by companies to serve a greater good.
In addition to Benjamin Franklin’s rarely seen three-piece suit, the exhibition will feature furniture, tapestries, carpets, costumes, porcelain, sculpture and more from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Former “All My Children” star Susan Lucci is teaming with QVC to launch a signature activewear collection.
Consumers’ changing viewing habits, ever-casual dress codes, the end of situational dressing and the mystifying influence of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” series were among the subjects discussed.
Mel Chin recruited Tracy Reese to design a water-inspired capsule collection that was sewn by workers trying to return to the workforce in Flint, Mich.
After an eventful few months, Kimora Lee Simmons will travel to Greece with her family to support The Unmentionables’ work in assisting migrant and refugee families.
This marks the first time that the Fire Department of New York’s Foundation has partnered with a clothing brand for a collaboration.
Amsale Aberra built a reputation for designing minimalist simple wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses.
During next month’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, the “Waste No More” installation will be on view in Ventura Centrale’s vaulted tunnels.
Founders Dianne Jefferies Celuch and Tami Fujii are selling their lifestyle-inspired golfwear via e-commerce, pro shop sales and a network of “Champions,” who host at-home or in-club events.
Known for blending hip-hop, street art and graffiti, JonOne first met the designer agnès b. when he moved to Paris in the Eighties.
The group is working to promote fair treatment, equal opportunity and more sustainable practices in the fashion industry.