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year in fashion 2015

Tribute: Remembering John B. Fairchild

A transformational editor and publisher who influenced how fashion and pop culture is covered today, John B…

Top Stories of the Year: Hubbub at HBC

It was a year of expansion, acquisition, renovation and executive change at Hudson's Bay Co. — and Richard…

Top Stories of the Year: Yoox, Net-a-porter Merge

One of the year's most talked-about mergers united two online luxury players.

2015’s Moments in Fashion

A look at the past year in fashion.

Top Stories of the Year: TPP Faces Hurdles

The President's major trade deal approached approval in 2015, but still faces some hurdles.

Top Stories of the Year: Going Gender-Neutral

Androgyny has become a hot-button topic on runways and beyond.

Top Stories of the Year: The Return of the Mega-Model

Maybe it's too soon to call Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid "supers," but there's no denying the power of the…

Top Stories of the Year: Givenchy Shows in New York

More than delivering spectacular fashion, the designer welcomed the public — which will have ripple effects…

Top Stories of the Year: Amazon Flexing Its Online Muscle

Amazon's take-no-prisoners approach has left competitors such as Wal-Mart and Target scrambling to compete.

Top Stories of the Year: Shakeups at Condé Nast

Big changes at the high-wattage publishing giant were heralded with the appointment of a new ceo.

Top Stories of the Year: Outlets Are In Again

Shoppers love a good deal, and the off-price and outlet sectors are electrified because of it.

Newsmaker of the Year: Kering’s François-Henri Pinault

François-Henri Pinault has made some sweeping moves at Kering — some quietly and others more dramatically…

Top Stories of the Year: Designers — Deities No Longer

For the designer set, 2015 was the year of living strangely.

Top Stories of the Year: Tragedy in Paris

The shock of the terrorist attacks reverberates in the City of Light and beyond.

CFDA and NYFW Open to the Public?

Should fashion shows be open to the public? The consumer demand for fashion certainly seems to exist, but how…