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Back to Business for Paris Men’s Trade Shows

Tranoi and Man reported strong traffic and the return of international buyers, while WSN debuted its new…

25 Years After Hong Kong Handover, Designers Expands on How the City Shaped Their Identities

In the eyes of young homegrown designers, the rich culture of Hong Kong still serves as the city's biggest…

American Fashion Throws Its Weight Behind New Nonprofit to Support Artisanal Craftsmanship

Heavy-hitters like Christopher John Rogers and Julie Gilhart have co-signed Closely Crafted, a new nonprofit…

New Exhibition Spotlights the Woman Behind the Schiaparelli Label

The show at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris explores the life of Elsa Schiaparelli through her work…

Princess Diana Was the Original Influencer

Diana's fashion metamorphosis was her greatest tactic in becoming a style star.

How The Oula Company Is Turning Ankara Wax Cloth Into a Contemporary Fashion Brand

Erika Dalya Massaquoi has gone from curating and teaching fashion, as the former assistant dean of the School…

Botter Wins 2022 ANDAM Fashion Award

Robert Wun took home the Special Prize, Bluemarble was the Pierre Bergé Prize winner and the accessories…

Ukrainian Designers Carry On Despite the Russian Invasion

Missile strikes, employees' safety and shipping deaths are among the many concerns that Ukrainian designers…

California Brands Amiri, Reese Cooper, Nahmias Go for Gold in Paris

Post-pandemic, the French capital has outstripped Milan, London and New York as the top luxury showcase for…

How ‘Becoming Elizabeth’ Brings Modernity to the Period Drama Through Costumes

Costume designer Bart Cariss talks about adding contemporary touches to recreate the story of Elizabeth I of…

Creatives Want Change Recruits Black Students for Fully Funded Pre-College Fashion Programs

The nonprofit is on a mission to bring more Black creatives to fashion industry by forming a pipeline as…

The Designers Bringing a Female Gaze to Paris Men’s Fashion Week

As men's shows kick off in Paris, WWD spotlights three designers bringing a female gaze to the game.

Jean Rosenberg, Retail Pioneer and Ideal American Size 6, Dies at 97

With a talent for discovering designers, Rosenberg was meticulous about fit and proportions, personally…

Hubert de Givenchy Auction Soars Past Estimates

With a running total of more than 114 million euros, it's the second most valuable collection ever sold at…

Gee’s Bend Quilting Comes Into Fashion, but How Are These Brand Partnerships Working for the Artisan Community?

When Gee's Bend quilting makes its way to the Met Gala — fashion is definitely paying attention.