Celebrity chef Mario Batali is scheduled to be arraigned in Boston on charges of allegedly groping a woman.
The retailer wants to foster a greater sense of belonging within the beauty community.
The two buildings housing the fashion label’s offices, design team and ready-to-wear atelier cover 161,460 square feet.
Fielden only took up the role three years ago. There is not yet a successor, though there are candidates thought under consideration.
Dita Von Teese, André Leon Talley, Marc Jacobs, Char Defrancesco, David and Phillipe Blond, David LaChapelle and Janet Mock are among the judges.
To help your skin recuperate from the negative effects of overexposure, taking a swift, three-pronged approach can help minimize redness, swelling, and long-term damage.
While Phuket and Koh Samui are popular island destinations in Thailand, they’re also full of tourists. Consider visiting Koh Yao Noi instead, a paradise in the middle of Phang Nga Bay.
The silk and leather goods firm plans to increase production and add employees.
The international crowd of artists and enthusiasts filled the city's streets with style.
Beautystack, a new booking app for beauty services, has completed a seed investment round of 4 million pounds from backers including the venture capital firm Index Ventures.
The late designer's namesake label has unveiled the first looks from the line, which drops on June 27.
The "world's largest sneaker and streetwear marketplace" opens its first permanent location in New York City, alongside a host of news.
Hypebeast and PwC consulting's "Strategy&" released a comprehensive report detailing the impact of streetwear category on fashion today.
Changes include consolidated venues, and exhibits that are easier to navigate.
The Milanese designer brought her signature feminine and poetic touch to the brand's signature sr1 collection.
She speaks! Fifty years in, Comme des Garçons' enigmatic deity has a lot to say about what drives her, the days when retailers took chances, and how one-plus-one can sometimes equal a glorious three. And you and she have something in common: Work is a grind.
The Munich-based retailer is looking to offer a new elegance to men who are fed up with the casualization of fashion, or just curious about what's to come.
The company logged in a growth in revenues and earnings last year.
“Brands shape a lot of the way our culture looks. Take it or leave it, we have a large consumer culture. I like stuff, but it’s important the stuff I surround myself with supports things I believe in,” the DJ and EDM producer told WWD.