Fashion Features

Alina Zagitova

Fashion Features

Figure Skaters’ Costumes, Artistry Wins Them Celebrity-like Endorsements

Figure skating carries a football-like following in Japan, Russia and South Korea and is one of the few elite sports there with a primarily female fanbase.

clock 7hMisty White Sidell

Looks from Ldn-istan.

Fashion Features

Street Signs: The New Underground: Arab-Influenced Streetwear in Europe’s Fashion Capital

A Paris-based label is subverting Middle Eastern stereotypes, styles and motifs to make a fresh statement on urban identity.

clock March 22, 2019Cathrin Schaer

Rodarte RTW Fall 2019

Fashion Features

Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

Hollywood hero Tom Ford’s new chairmanship at the CFDA, Rodarte’s recent flower-filled L.A. runway spectacular, and the flagging momentum of New York Fashion Week have some industry insiders looking to L.A. for the future.

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore

Tom Ford, Rachel Zoe, Kanye West, and Gwyneth Paltrow

Fashion Features

L.A.-Based Designers and Brands Who Are Moving the Market and Beyond

While they may be showing and selling their collections elsewhere, these brands have built global stockists and followings as big as many of their New York counterparts.

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore

Korean fashion designer Hyunsook Park adds a modern twist to the traditional Korean wedding dress. Her ready-to-wear designs can be worn anywhere.

Fashion Features

Seoul Fashion Designer Adds Modern Twist to Traditional Korean Dresses

Hyunsook Park is pushing the hanbok, the traditional wedding dress, into mainstream couture.

clock March 19, 2019Kellie Ell

Elizabeth Emanuel

Fashion Features

Elizabeth Emanuel Launches Couture Label Worn by Priyanka Chopra, Cher

The designer who created Princess Diana’s wedding dress refers to her new couture line as “salvaged luxury.”

clock March 18, 2019Fiona Ma

Looks from YanYan's spring 2019 collection.

Fashion Features

Ones to Watch: Phyllis Chan and Suzzie Chung of YanYan

YanYan is a knitwear brand utilizing deadstock and leftover yarns.

clock March 15, 2019Andrew Shang

This photo shows the iconic Tommy Trojan statue at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. USC is one of many colleges and companies moving swiftly to distance themselves from employees swept up in a nationwide college admissions scheme, many charged with taking bribes and others from well-to-do and celebrity parents accused of angling to get their children into top schools. By Wednesday, March 13, USC had fired senior associate athletic director Donna Heinel and water polo coach Jovan Vavic. USC's interim President Wanda Austin said about a half-dozen current applicants affiliated with Singer's firm will be barred from admission. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)may be connected to the scheme alleged by the governmentCollege Admissions Bribery, Los Angeles, USA - 12 Mar 2019

Fashion Features

Bridget Foley’s Diary: Side-Door Shameless

And rich people wonder why they have an image problem.

clock March 15, 2019Bridget Foley

Cuca Solana

Fashion Features

Cuca Solana, Standard Bearer of Spanish Fashion, Dies at 78

The “Great Lady of Spanish Fashion” founded Madrid’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

clock March 14, 2019Georgina Oliver

The Woman Paris trade show.

Fashion Features

Paris Apparel Trade Shows Steady but Showing Signs of Shifting Expectations

Visitors and exhibitors increasingly view major Paris trade shows as opportunity for face-to-face relationship building as shows continue to shift toward more curated settings.

clock March 12, 2019Lily Templeton

Mimi Wade's collaboration with Polly Pocket.

Fashion Features

Aging Millennials Soothe Themselves With Childlike Fashions

Financially beleaguered and creeping into their 30s, Millennials find a welcome escape in clothing and accessories that remind them of their youth.

clock March 11, 2019Misty White Sidell

Project Runway Reboot

Fashion Features

Karlie Kloss and New ‘Project Runway’ Judges on the Show’s Kinder, Gentler Reboot

“No one was being snarky for the sake of being snarky,” said new judge Elaine Welteroth. “We were there to be honest, and give critical feedback with the intention of making them the best designers they could possibly be because we were rooting from them.”

clock March 9, 2019Booth Moore

Riccardo Tisci's debut Burberry campaign

Fashion Features

Hands Off: Luxury Brands Mark Their Territory as Competition Stiffens

For luxury brands, it’s all about ownership. They want to own color, a style or — in the case of Bally — vast swathes of earth.

clock March 8, 2019Samantha Conti and Luisa Zargani

Stylist Erica Hanks.

Fashion Features

Erica Hanks Has Built a Career Styling Hard-to-Fit Men

The Charlotte, N.C.-based stylist works with NFL and NASCAR athletes.

clock March 7, 2019Jean E. Palmieri

Model on the catwalkChanel show, Runway, Fall Winter 2019, Paris Fashion Week, France - 05 Mar 2019

Fashion Features

Dress Up Time: Buyers Embrace the Paris Trend

A fresh wave of tailoring swept through the collections.

clock March 7, 2019WWD Staff

Load More Arrow


Today's Must Read

A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018


Tiffany Looks Past Wealth Effect Declines to Bullish Second Half

clock 9hEvan Clark

Social Studies