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Spring 2017

Bridget Foley’s Diary: Culture Clash

Fashion's inspiration well. Time was, its parameters were elastic, depth and breadth confined only by the…

Getting to Know Spring’s Top Runway Models

Three of the runway's rising stars — Selena Forrest, Jess PW and Camille Hurel — reflect on the spring 2017…

Spring 2017 Trend: The Life Aquatic

Designers showered their spring collections with all manner of maritime references, from scuba-inspired tops…

Marc Jacobs and Artist Julie Verhoeven Set the Appliqué Bag Trend on Fire

With a nod to the groovy era of the Seventies, patchwork and appliqué bags are back for spring.

Buyers: Spring Accessories Focus on ‘Innovation, ‘Newness’ and Individuality

Buyers say that spring's accessories are innovative enough to counter the consumer fatigue that's ailing the…

Spring 2017 Trend: Little Pink Dresses

Nineties throwback? You bet. Baby-doll dresses are being revisited for spring and they are more feminine and…

Bodysuits to Flaunt for Spring 2017

Spring's most appealing bodysuits are not for exercise — but rather for flaunting on a night out with sexy…

Jessica Minh Anh Produces “Female Power” Spring Fashion Show

Fashion show producer Jessica Minh Anh staged her 20th show at Pier 88, featuring only women designers.

Ones to Watch: Jourden

Colette has been behind the fledgling Hong Kong label since the get-go.

Daniella Lehavi’s Creative Director on Maintaining Brand Integrity

The Israeli line keeps its vision fresh, but not kitschy.

Nehanne Mihara Yasuhiro RTW Spring 2017

Yasuhiro Mihara used traditional hemp textiles to create a collection that was at once elegant and edgy.

Sulvam RTW Spring 2017

With oversized proportions, Teppei Fujita emphasized the unisex quality of his clothes.

Ethosens RTW Spring 2017

Yui Hashimoto's silhouettes were voluminous and exaggerated, yet still exuded a cool elegance with…

Keiichirosense RTW Spring 2017

Keiichiro Yuri created a Space Age vibe for spring.

Yukihero Pro-Wrestling RTW Spring 2017

Yukihiro Teshima was inspired by felines, fantasy — and Andy Warhol.