The series premiere explores the history of Black American fashion design and designers' contributions to the industry.
Talents as different as Bottega Veneta’s Daniel Lee and Luke and Lucie Meier at Jil Sander landed on fringe as one of the season’s key motifs, sending the message that whimsy and frivolity are as essential as a jacket, shirt, and tie.
Chic embellishments, graphic effects, glittering surfaces were some of the trends seen in Milan.
Double its previous fragrance department, the new Fragrance Room will launch with exclusive brands such as 27 87 Barcelona.
The Dior Men artistic director has chosen 20 works to highlight at Sotheby's spring contemporary auction.
Patel will add account management and brand partnerships to her current responsibilities.
Farfetch and Tapestry were among the hardest hit on Wall Street, where the Dow Jones took a hard turn down.
The former Fashion Director of British *Vogue*-turned-entrepreneur discusses what it was like to create wardrobe staples with upcycled fabrics.
When the runway star became passionate about climate change, she knew she had to do more than post an Instagram about it.
Kim Jones’ selections from Sotheby’s March 6 Contemporary Curated sale are revealed.
Martin Cribbs, vice president of brand management at Beanstalk, shares insights on the power of licensing icons.
Phyllis Ma makes fantastical mushroom still-lifes out of the fungi she’s found in Brooklyn and Berlin.
The first project for the new upcycled line sees Andrea Rosso revisiting stock and prototypes from the 55DSL line that closed in 2014.
Fashion is ever changing, but occasionally everyone lands on the same page.