Before joining the L.A. Times at the start of 2019, Emmrich led Styles at The New York Times for seven years.
Along with the new pop-up and Markle's top-secret charity collection, Nonoo has another new project — designing her own wedding dress.
“It’s part of this new experiment we are working on where we want to create a visual collage,” said Clemens of his multi-city, multi-media approach to showing this season.
The 24-year-old Oakland, Calif., native discussed her newly public relationship at Jeremy Scott's show Friday night.
Robert van de Kerkhof, chief commercial officer, Lenzing AG, discusses.
The label is looking to expand its wholesale business in the U.S. with the likes of Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus, joining forces with Deveaux and applying to the CFDA designer fashion fund.
Tory Burch muses on starting out, developing her creative side and the benefits of having a "thought partner" ceo.
Swarovski will reveal a new edition of its Book of Dreams featuring works by emerging artists.
Artists Carly Mark and Ayla Argentina look to make their second collection an underground commercial hit.
SC103, designed by two longtime Maryam Nassir Zadeh collaborators, will launch this New York Fashion Week.
The designer attended the premiere on Friday and received a standing ovation.
Monochromatic looks, matching sets and Pantone’s spring 2020 colors are already proving to be this season’s street-style trends.
Here's how to make sure you don't miss any of the action.
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Holt Renfrew’s H Project is elevating its support for elephants. For the second year, the H Project is partnering with #knotonmyplanet, which works to preserve the elephant population and benefit the Elephant Crisis Fund, an initiative launched by Save the Elephant and the Wildlife Conservation Network in partnership with the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation. The H Project, led by Holt’s divisional vice president of brand and creative strategy Alexandra Weston, curates apparel, accessories, home decor and beauty products with stories around them. The idea is to highlight artisans around the world and showcase products with an element of sustainability or a charitable component. Model and global ambassador of #knotonmyplanet Doutzen Kroes is also supporting the elephant cause, and elephant-inspired artworks from En Masse, Nicole Charles, Briony Douglas, Ben Johnson and Pauline Loctin are on view at Holt Renfrew. Doutzen Kroes and Alexandra Weston in T-shirts and joggers to support the elephant campaign. On Saturday and Sunday, Holt is staging a charity shopping weekend to raise $200,000 for the Elephant Crisis Fund. Limited-edition elephant totes designed by models Kroes, Behati Prinsloo Levine and Anya Rubik are being offered as gifts with purchase when customers spend $300 or more, and Holt has a limited-edition collection of T-shirts, sweatshirts,Read More...
The likes of Ashley Graham, Zendaya and Katie Holmes are making their semiannual pilgrimage to the NYFW shows and events.
The Academy Award-winning actor is the face of the luxury brand's fall advertising campaign.
The capsule is called “Fendi Prints On” and will be launched online on Oct. 14 and in 52 Fendi stores on Oct. 16.
The actress modeled two looks this week before Sunday’s show at the Apollo Theater.
Comprising 70 images, the tome highlights Missoni’s fascination with the celestial body.