The three-day “phy-gital” trade show, that closed on June 21, showcased sustainable fashion in more ways than one, including panels and workshops.
WWD gets a view of Pride Month through the eyes of fashion’s next generation.
Rogers and Cortázar will harness their use of color to bring “optimism” to new ballets that will premiere at NYCB’s annual fall fashion gala this September.
Get to know four brands creating things to fill a fashion void they see in the market for their LGBTQ community.
Georges Wendell, Gravalot, Jan-Jan Van Essche and Mr. Saturday are presenting at Paris Men’s Fashion Week.
The sustainable fashion designer is continuing her mission of tackling the industry’s environmental impact with her upcoming winter collection.
Ryan Murphy’s glamour-fueled “Halston” miniseries is reigniting interest in — and sales of —Halston brand.
From canvas to reality: the Milanese hip brand flanked its VR-enhanced platform with an IRL experience, extending the customization concept also to end consumers for the first time.
Solid & Striped CEO Sarah Landman chats with WWD on the brand’s dynamic growth, despite COVID-19, and expansion with the launch of its first ready-to-wear capsule.
Though the country is just catching on to celebrating Juneteenth, for many in the Black community, it holds manifold meanings.
Three percent of the sales from Russell Wilson’s 3Brand collection will be donated to his Why Not You Foundation.
Barrie Knitwear in Scotland, part of Chanel’s Paraffection affiliate, will be producing the collection.