Roberta Annan sat down with WWD to discuss her new 100-million-euro investment fund supporting African creatives, launched at the Paris Peace Forum.
The dean of fashion at Parsons School of Design shares his journey from developing social responsibility efforts to leading a premier fashion education program.
An estimated $500 billion worth of clothing that is barely worn and rarely recycled is lost annually.
His numerous clients included Barbara Walters, Billy Joel, Mariah Carey and Gloria Schiff. Buatta never played favorites, though.
Through the nonprofit Today’s Industrial Living Landscapes, (TILL), the Parsons MFA student is sharing his design process with visitors in his new Fairfield Country design studio.
Donna Karan, who initiated Parsons MFA program eight years ago, left Friday’s show impressed by the focus on sustainability.
Artistic and unstoppable, Vollbracht was known to forge his own path in the fashion world, regardless of whether others approved.
Iris Apfel, Bethann Hardison and Kay Unger will be among the 12 speakers who will commemorate the designer’s life.
Project New York will be held July 22 to 24.
Knowles told the room how being bullied for wearing capri pants inspired her to be the artist she is today.
More than 300 graduate collections are being exhibited at a three-day festival, open to the public, hosted by the school.
To encourage exchange between disciplines, the project was open to students in various areas of the school, from fashion design to business.
The winner of the talent contest will be announced on May 21 at the 70th Parsons Benefit Event.