"Where we were just trying to find any work, now it's de rigueur, b---h!" said trailblazer Emme of the changing scene for plus-size models.
Saks and Vanity Fair celebrated the magazine's best dressed list Thursday at — where else? — L'Avenue.
The deal marks Anjac's expansion into the U.S. beauty manufacturing market.
New York attorney general Letitia James is leading a bipartisan coalition of attorneys general to investigate the social media giant.
Latin urban artist Brytiago closed the spring runway show that also featured VH1's Jojo Zarur.
Thr3efold helps fashion brands scout ethical factories, and streamlines the production process.
Unveiling “The Vault” during NYFW and a renewed partnership with LG, cofounder Seth Weisser tells WWD what's changed for vintage.
Myriam Serrano has joined the fashion house from another Richemont-owned name, Chloé.
Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid also stopped by the launch party for Medrano's photo series, "Peluca."
Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 130,000 in August, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 3.7 percent.
Alan Faena and Sebastian Faena threw a cocktail party at the hotelier's home, drawing Kaia Gerber, Camila Morrone, Suki Waterhouse and more.
Natalie Shield of A.T. Kearney breaks down the G7 Fashion Pact and explores what is needed to change the industry.
Gigi and Bella Hadid stopped by to support their sister's latest collection.
While the "Juice" singer stayed home from Elle's Women in Music party Thursday night, Camilla Cabello took the stage to perform "Havana," "Señorita" and more.
It was a bruising year for Arcadia, which is now undergoing a major turnaround.
The drag queen and actor's “gender creative” makeup brand, Coverboy, ranges between $12 and $18.
The school presents the Anne Cole Building in honor of the late designer, who gifted the sum to establish a fund for students in its fashion design program.
"A lot of times, we've done category launches with retailers, but it feels really fresh to launch with a tech partner," said Simkhai.
The winner will create a sustainable collection that is retailed at JNBY.
"Regardless of gender, we shouldn’t be putting labels on colors," according to Pantone's Leatrice Eiseman.