Watch Lil Nas X take on a very media-saturated future in a tactical bodysuit in his new “Panini” video.
The all-American brand narrowed losses and revealed a collaboration with the irreverent, buzzy brand.
The actress bought it herself online.
The retailer is launching a carousel to delight its consumers, and the city.
The brand argued in a lawsuit that a flea market in New Haven has become a “safe haven” for counterfeit sales.
If anything it's the most impressive.
Grimes wears a suminagashi-inspired Iris van Herpen gown in her new, self-directed video for “Violence.”
The fashion industry remains in the hot seat when it comes to the discussion of environmental impacts and waste reduction, and AG Jeans is seeking to answer one fundamental question — can denim be sustainable? The company installed a new water filtration system in its factories in South Gate in Los Angeles and Mexico City and in March introduced its first denim and ready-to-wear offering produced with this system. On Thursday, the California-based company at the Gitano Jungle Room at The James in New York unveiled its second collection using the system that reduces water use and uses recycled water to produce clothing. “Our main points are our water machinery, which we’ve been speaking about for a while now and we’re trying to further our efforts to not only work on the water consumption but trying to figure out how else we can fix the production process and make it more eco-conscious,” said Katie Lewis, AG Jeans marketing and public relations manager. “Being a denim brand, I don’t think you can be 100 percent sustainable but we’re trying to clean up our act. For the most part I think we’ve been doing a good job for the last 10 years.” The spring 2020 collection,Read More...
The plant aims to improve agility and reduce waste, with modular work stations, fewer supervisors and plenty of natural light.
Goodbye, button-up; hello, bra top.
As sales and profits continue to rise, the ath-leisure brand has plans to release new products.
The five designers who traveled to New York had to complete a "Project Runway"-like challenge.
Will women wear suits for pleasure? Thom Browne makes an excellent case.
The athletes will be featured on the company's Pursuit blog, as well as on its web site and social media posts.
The artist’s latest exhibition explores the subject of networks.