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From left to right, Salvo Rizza, Dhruv Kapoor, Stefano Miele.

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Five Emerging Brands That Stood Out at Milan Fashion Week

A new guard of talented designers is stealing the spotlight on the Milan scene, bringing fresh ideas.

clock March 5, 2021Alessandra Turra and Sandra Salibian and Martino Carrera

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New Men’s Boutique in L.A. Mixes Designer Fashion and Sex Toys

Specializing in “queer and sex-positive designers,” the store owned by Joakim Andreasson carries JW Anderson, MSGM, Walter Von Beirendonck, Comme des Garçons and more.

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Designer Melody Ehsani poses for a portrait at her showroom in Compton, Califonia.

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Melody Ehsani Appointed Foot Locker’s First Women’s Creative Director

The Los Angeles designer, one of the few women to have a place in the cradle of streetwear, Fairfax Avenue, grew her celeb-loved jewelry collection into apparel and collaborations with Reebok and Nike.

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The finalists were whittled down from nearly 100 applications.

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Yu Prize Announces 2021 Finalists

The winner of the inaugural Yu Prize will be revealed during Shanghai Fashion Week this April.

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Get to Know: ENDIEU

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Get to Know: Endieu

Get to know the designers behind the ever-evolving brand, Endieu.

clock March 3, 2021Kimberly Infante

Models wearing splashy beaded faucet dreses in silk crepe on the runway of Karl Lagerfeld's Fall 1983 Ready-To-Wear collection for Chloe on March 21, 1983 in Paris, France.

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From the Archive: The Many Designers of Chloé

Feisty, fun and unabashedly feminine, the late Gaby Aghion was the ultimate Chloé girl, personifying the brand she cofounded in 1952. While she handed the reins to a rotating cast of designers, as did the brand’s subsequent owners, she remained its éminence grise through her twilight years. Below, a look back at the many designers […]

clock March 3, 2021Miles Socha

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First Look: Becky G’s PrettyLittleThing Collaboration

The line is out today at 8 a.m. PT.

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Phillip Lim, Eva Chen Support GoFundMe’s #StopAsianHate Fundraising Hub

The hub is meant to centralize fundraising efforts that support the AAPI community.

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Maison Rabih Kayrouz

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Maison Rabih Kayrouz Broadens Ready-to-Wear Thrust

Rabih Kayrouz has lowered prices and is proposing a wardrobe of every day must-haves, from dresses and skirts to shirts, trousers and coats.

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“Fireworks, split and reconstruction.” — Mia Li (Maison Mai)

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Paris Fall 2021 Designer Inspirations

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Looks from menswear designer Chiang Meng Che.

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Institut Français de la Mode’s First Graduating Class Holds Fashion Show

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In this era of Zoom meetings, the shirt is more important than ever. And Eton, the Swedish brand known for its high-end shirts, is capitalizing on that in its fall campaign. Titled “Seven Days, Seven Ways,” the ads take a lighthearted look at the work-from-home lifestyle and how guys can stay well-dressed and look professional even when they’re not in the office. “As many of us are working from home, the shirt has become the blazer of our time,” said brand and marketing manager Helena Thorell. “Relevance in communication and being there for our customers are important aspects for us at Eton. With the ‘Seven Days, Seven Ways’ campaign, we want to inspire with a range of versatile, comfortable shirts made for the new reality, and hopefully inspire a smile of recognition.” The campaign will launch at the end of October and the shirts are available on the Eton e-commerce site and select retailers. — Jean E. Palmieri

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The Best Fashion Ad Campaigns of Spring 2021

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Is the Fantasy of Costume Design Becoming a Fashion Reality?

By now, fashion has come to understand that the consumer wants what she wants. And right now, the consumer wants what Hollywood is having.

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Looks from menswear designer Chiang Meng Che.

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Meet the First Fashion Graduates of Institut Français de la Mode

The class of 2021 overcame travel restrictions, lockdowns and material shortages to create collections as colorful as they were compelling.

clock March 1, 2021Lily Templeton

Kelly Rowland

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Kelly Rowland on Her Fashion Design Debut and New Music, ‘Black Magic’

The collection, a collaboration with online retailer JustFab, is available today.

clock March 1, 2021Ryma Chikhoune

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