Halston was a workaholic who would work until 2 a.m. if need be.
From established names such as Gucci, Valentino, No. 21 and Jil Sander to up-and-coming talents, designers offered a refreshing take on sensuality for fall 2021.
The House of Harlow 1960 line is out May 10.
Most mainstream brands and fashion designers have not delved into adaptive fashion.
Van Doren built a checkerboard shoe empire that harnessed the power of skate and surf culture to become a global streetwear player.
Ahead of its September reopening, the Antwerp fashion museum tapped Raf Simons, Walter Van Beirendonck, Glenn Martens, Marine Serre, Rushemy Botter and Supriya Lele for a citywide campaign.
Deckers Brands’ president of fashion lifestyle Andrea O’Donnell is using real people models, designer collabs, fluffy shoes and tactile fashion to create the next global accessible luxury brand.
Knit by Cat Deeley for Winser London marks the TV personality and actress’ first foray into women’s design, with sweaters launching this month on winserlondon.com.
The Turkish accessories label is making its voice heard louder with its latest campaign, which makes a powerful statement against the patriarchy.
Mother-daughter duo Jill Zarin and Ally Shapiro chat with WWD on their brand’s one-year anniversary, new collections and what’s to come.
“The idea that bigger collections generate big sales is a misconception,” Giorgio Armani said.
Tie-dye is the trend that keeps on giving — and pandemic boredom means more people are trying it at home.