After an all-expenses-paid, 11-day trip to New York, Tomo Koizumi is planning for the next stage of his fashion career.
To emphasize eco-freindly practices, Norma Kamali, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Mara Hoffman and Mimi Prober used natural Indian textiles for their designs.
‘Waste No More’ is meant to amplify a zero-waste sensibility that is supported by the sustainable-minded designer.
With select distribution, pop-up stores, casual celebrity product placement and direct-to-consumer sales, Maison Atia takes an offbeat approach to business.
The L.A. City Council voted to ban the sale of new fur, but fur supporters challenge that decision.
Having cofounded Baja East and worked at Celine, Burberry and Marc Jacobs, John Targon has ventured out on his own to start Fall Risk.
A team of people including executives from Eyesight and Kaleidoscope Consulting helped to execute the artistic element.
The United Nations’ Women for Peace Association held a kickoff cocktail party Monday night in advance of next month’s annual luncheon.
The partnership between Talbots and O, the Oprah Magazine has raised more than $4 million to date.
Cage the Elephant’s Matt Shultz will be at Thursday’s private launch party in the Soho store.
On the road for 265 days of the year, Julia von Boehm often passes along insider travel tips to fashion editor friends and is now making that effort more official with a site.
A jeans kind of girl, Behati Prinsloo models for Seven For All Mankind in a new campaign.
Instead of lining up for photo ops and selfies, the actress sat quietly reading a Neil LaBute play to detox her brain after a very “soapy” TV role.