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Cathy Hardwick Downsizing Mario Buatta-Designed Apartment With Help From Sotheby’s Home

The retired fashion designer first hired Tom Ford in 1986.

CFDA Fashion Awards 2020 Winners: See the Full List

The full list of winners from this year's virtual awards ceremony.

The Society Management Adds Lucky Blue Smith to Its Men’s Roster

Lucky Blue Smith, formerly from IMG, joins the agency's men's division.

An Exclusive Look Into Marina Moscone Spring 2021

Marina Moscone sits down with WWD to discuss brand evolution, her experiences and the New York Fashion Week…

Tom Topics

 Tom Ford covers a deep trove of topics in two hours. Here, a few highlights.    

Bridget Foley’s Diary: Tom Ford Talks Crisis Mode

From COVID-19 and the economy to the state of his business, Black Lives Matter and the future of American…

Tom Ford, Other Upper East Side Stores Deal With Shoplifting

Shoplifting is an ongoing problem for many retailers, but some Upper East Side stores have seen a recent wave.

After Fashion and Interiors, Threads Styling Ventures Into Beauty

Beauty services are launching six months earlier than planned, given increased customer demand.

Italian Investor Eyeing Collaboration With American Group on Brooks Brothers

Luciano Donatelli, who has been spearheading a group of investors under the Club Deal 8 moniker to buy the…

Will Live Shows Go On in New York in September? Unlikely

Some designers say they're working on a digital presentation.

CFDA Reveals Nominees for 2020 Fashion Awards

The winners will be revealed the morning of Sept. 14.

Marcolin Group Appoints Fabrizio Curci CEO

Curci hails from trade show organizer Fiera Milano SpA and, before that, FCA — both publicly listed companies…

Tipping Point: Fashion Flips Focus From Runway to Film

The nascent medium is set for an expansion phase as consumption of video skyrockets.

Mr Porter Encourages 4:30 A.M. Wakeup Like Tom Ford

"Guide to a Better Day" is a manual to help guys navigate everyday life.

CFDA Launches Plans to Make Fashion More Racially Balanced

Members, who identify as black, account for four percent of the CFDA's membership.