Campbell wore a "gunshot wound" printed dress before she walked the runway in Valentino couture.
The contemporary women’s brand is looking to open its own London site in 2021.
The Regent Street store is a world away from the former Bond Street flagship, and radiates a new brand energy.
“Floral Street is dynamic — there are more tourists and international clients and people are ready to spend,” said the designer.
The designer is pumping up the volume for spring with a collection packed with voluminous silhouettes and bold colors, while her new color cosmetics shimmer and smoke.
After a few seasons in Paris, the 2015 LVMH Prize winner wants to do things a bit differently as it returns to London Fashion Week.
"Suki Waterhouse arrives and I overhear her say she needs to find a Juul charger. I give her one. She is elated and I am her new best friend."
The company is working to revive the J. Crew brand and take Madewell public to reduce debt.
Diane von Furstenberg started the InCharge movement to help women be the women they want to be.
Sherri McMullen speaks to WWD about her boutique’s second location in Silicon Valley, opening Saturday.
The store is the latest Dior unit to combine women's and men's collections under one roof.
Rose Marie Bravo, former ceo of Burberry, will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award.
It's called Plays Well With Others.
The campaign, starring Johnny Depp, drew backlash from social media users, who claimed it was culturally appropriative.
"I love all the people and characters you experience and the way it's a melting pot of style," Scott said of his next destination.
No amount of cajolery, flattery, intimidation, name-dropping, shade-throwing or foot-stomping worked to advance admission.
Guests Jon Hamm, Saquon Barkley and Bruce Pask were among many to celebrate the launch of the Rizzoli-published book.
PARIS — The buzz around Impact, WSN Développement’s new salon designed around sustainable fashion, contributed to a like-for-like 15 percent increase in footfall at adjoining sister salon Who’s Next, held alongside Bijorhca Paris at the Porte de Versailles from Sept. 6 to 9. The launch edition included a series of round tables and the participation of more than 100 brands, including initiatives geared to upcycling used garments involving players like Emmaus x Le Relais. Happy customers included Régis Pennel, founder of L’Exception, who is in the development stages of preparing a sprawling incubator dedicated to young eco-responsible, ethical brands, along with a major food component, scheduled to open in a former fire station, La Caserne, in Paris’ 10th arrondissement in 2021. “We plan to have an impact on Paris and fashion that will change the market,” said Pennel, whose highlights at Impact included Oth, specializing in sneakers made from recycled tires, knitwear label Sakina M’Sa and local denim brand, 1083. “We were looking for brands with added value, like being made in France or eco-friendly,” said Pennel. “For the first time, we had a place where we could find these brands more easily.” Claudine Verry, director of the trends department at Paris departmentRead More...
"Good things happen when I wear Chanel,” said the Australian actress at Chateau Marmont in L.A.
The organization is celebrating its 100th year.