The Women's March on Washington drew close to half a million people.
Kris Van Assche set about creating suits for the streetwear generation as part of his raver-inspired collection.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump celebrated at the Liberty inaugural balls, with Caitlyn Jenner, Dog the Bounty Hunter and more.
It was not a good third quarter for Jones Apparel Group.
Victoria Beckham is taking her clothes off — at least partially — for Giorgio Armani.
Bernard Groger, a former market editor at WWD, died Oct. 23 at Community Hospital in New Port Richey, Fla. He was 79.
The federal government is launching a pilot program to help importers meet more stringent consumer product safety standards.
Rebecca Minkoff is determined to get it right when it comes to sportswear.
Mike Myers emceed a charity event held at The Box Monday night. Further downtown, Candy Bar reopened with Tyson Beckford in attendance.
Michelle Obama may very well be the new Oprah Winfrey when it comes to Midas-type on-air mentions.
With North Carolina a key swing state in Tuesday’s presidential election, Barack Obama has pledged, to support five key textile industry policy positions.
WWD interviews GQ correspondent Robert Draper about reporting on the campaign trail. Also in Memo Pad: ‘The Cuts Go On’ and ‘Meredith Down.’