Teyana Taylor and Iman Shumpert get into character wearing (and not wearing) the summer’s very best denim.
Clothing and accessories were found to top K-12 families’ expenses at an average $239.82.
When it comes to buzzy new labels, two flexes are definitely better than one.
The personal-care brand is joining the World Cup winners in their fight to close the wage gap.
Celebrity makeup artist Romy Soleimani weighs in on the best waterproof eyeliners that will beat the heat.
Diishan Imira, ceo and founder, said the company is in a growth mode.
He tweeted that the figures prove China is desperate to do a trade deal.
The rap star gave a social media shoutout to her daughter and to Moschino’s creative director Jeremy Scott.
Having split with Kering last year, McCartney is pledging her allegiance to LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.
More than 50 million outfits will only be worn once this summer.
Doing Riri proud.
LONDON — Jo Ellison has been named editor of the Financial Times’ luxury supplement, How to Spend It, and will take on the role as of September. Ellison is currently the FT’s fashion editor, an associate editor and coordinator of the publisher’s annual Business of Luxury conference. She joined the FT in 2014, after spending seven years at British Vogue, where she was features director. She is a former features editor at the Independent and started her career at the Irish Examiner. Ellison called How to Spend It “one of the few magazines with a truly global reach. I hope to draw on its incredible legacy and authority, and look forward to steering it into an exciting future.” FT editor Lionel Barber said he was confident Ellison would take How to Spend It to the next level, “as a magazine, digital property and a world-class luxury brand.” Ellison will succeed Gillian de Bono, who stepped down earlier this summer after 25 years at the helm. Read More...
The art world came out in chic droves to honor Maya Lin and Louise and Leonard Riggio Saturday night.
London Fashion Week is opening its arms to the public with a weekend of ticketed events including runway and trade shows and retail appointments.
BodyBlock AI helps brands design better fitting garments informed by 1,000 body scanners worldwide.
There were also gondola rides and s’mores to be enjoyed.
Buy LVMH, Richemont, Kering and Moncler shares, say the analysts.
FTI Consulting still expects online sales to reach $1 trillion by 2025.
The sunset dinner celebrated Daily Harvest, or, for the unfamiliar, the brand behind those healthy smoothie ads you see on Instagram.