Building on the success of last weekend’s “49 Remarkable Women + One Really Cool Dude” event, Creative Playground and Chef Dance are planning a male-oriented one near Father’s Day.
Georgia O’Keeffe’s calculating sense of style is on view at the Peabody Essex Museum through April 1.
The designer and owner of the Bronx store 9J will return to New York Fashion Week with a Feb. 6 presentation at Tumblr’s New York headquarters.
The Seattle-based designer Luly Yang first opened a store downtown in 2000.
An unflinching image maker, Dietrich said in a 1960 interview, “I dress for the image. Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men. If I dressed for myself I wouldn’t bother at all.”
Rebecca Minkoff is playing up women’s rights and equality by spotlighting 20 women via her social media channels.
After the discussion, guests were encouraged to check out the “Is Fashion Modern?” exhibition in the galleries above.
The recipient of 16 doctorates honoris causa alone, Krim received numerous other honors, most notably the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2000.
The Fashion Group International will reveal this year’s Rising Star awards at a Jan. 25 luncheon at Cipriani 42nd Street.
The desire for uniqueness and true authenticity is driving customization to a new level, with consumers becoming the creators in 2018.
Olympic skater Johnny Weir won’t be seeing “I, Tonya,” out of respect to his “dear friend” Nancy Kerrigan.
After starting his own company in 2001 from his own apartment, Browne has built an international brand with 130 employees.
The limited-edition outdoorsy line is inspired by colors, patterns and fabrics of traditional South Asian clothing and the mountain-climbing culture.
With a new installation set for the Westfield World Trade Center, Marilyn Minter is creating all new work for a May show at Regen Projects.