Many aspects of men’s style and tailoring today have roots and influences in Black culture and youth movements, but the contributions from the community often go without mention.
Partnerships — and opportunities — are paramount for the success of Black designers and creatives in the fashion industry.
For the second season since the start of the pandemic, designers continued to uphold the pride of American fashion while navigating this unfamiliar territory.
The sports-driven body care company adds Mark Cuban to its investors, and is entering Walgreens, CVS and other retailers this year.
Bevel is launching at select Walmart stores this month, continuing the momentum of a positive business year in 2020.
June, the first collection named after Tucker’s grandfather, launches on Feb. 10, and will be followed by a year of eyewear releases.
The Boston-based company founded by two former athletes also launches on Feb. 9 a new product category, hydration, with its Elevate line.
From festival must-have shoes to shirts with sun protection, a variety of categories will be offered at the show in Orlando, Fla.
The Player Exclusive Nike Hyperdunk sneakers will drop on Sotheby’s Buy Now platform on Feb. 12 and will be on view from Feb. 8.
WNBA MVP A’Ja Wilson, who was instrumental in the sneaker’s development, shares thoughts on the shoe and activism.