Fashion designers, models and celebrities have gone to Instagram to pay their respects to the late Karl Lagerfeld.
A look back at WWD’s videos with the Chanel fashion designer.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back at work two months after undergoing surgery for lung cancer.
“He was my surrogate brother.”
The model had a ton of fun between walking in Anna Sui’s show and snuggling up with her pup at home.
Tiaras and tie-dye combined for a modern take on princess style.
Brexit jitters could already be felt at Première Vision Paris, while sustainability turned fun at Texworld.
The research firm said lower tax refunds could hurt consumer spending.
The Stockholm-based street-style stars discuss their friendship and rejecting Swedish fashion conventions.
The consensus is that the attention toward pop-up shops, contrary to their temporary presence, is anything but fleeting.
PARIS — On the sidelines of the recently wrapped Première Vision Paris textiles fair, a group of experts from the denim world gathered for a panel hosted by leading Turkish denim mill Isko on the “Unlimited Possibilities of Responsible Denim.” Ebru Ozkucuk Guler, CSR executive at Isko; Miles Johnson, a designer at Stan Ray denim who has worked at companies including Patagonia and Levi Strauss & Co.; Rachel Pearce director of denim consultancy Denimhand, and François Girbaud hashed out the topic. Isko’s sustainable denim panel in Paris. Courtesy Girbaud, who at the intimate event also presented his third sustainable denim Eyether capsule for Isko, said he’d experienced an epiphany about the harm denim was doing to the planet after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, when he saw “all these people from the communist countries arriving in acid wash jeans.” Among the takeaways, for Johnson, who sees food industry trends as “a good indicator for where the clothing industry is headed,” the way forward for any company looking to become more sustainably conscious is transparency. “They just need to open their doors and their information up, and naturally what happens is people start to clean up their act. Because the consumer now startsRead More...
Owned by auction house China Guardian, the growing boutique hospitality player also has plans to expand to Dubai, Maldives and Lombok.
Rules that ban natural hairstyles—including locs, cornrows, braids, twists, Bantu knots, fades, and Afros—in public are now illegal and punishable by law.
This year's edition channeled Federico Fellini’s trademark Italian hedonism.
Data from Edited was released following Vegan Fashion Week in Los Angeles.
Riccardo Tisci will be turning his attention from beige to opera stage, dressing Marina Abramović for “Seven Deaths.”