The creative director of Valentino takes up a camera for the first time to document his collaborators for the biannual fashion magazine.
Jon Neidich hopes his new restaurant Le Crocodile, opening in Brooklyn's Wythe hotel today, checks all the boxes.
The week will feature new names including Craig Green, Botter, Rochas Homme and Rhude, as well as the return of Givenchy and Jacquemus.
French-made handbags, beauty products, cheese and more could face 100 percent duties.
WWD guest authors Dana Gibber and Caroline Klatt share insights on social media platforms as marketing channels.
Barneys' favorite jeweler Irene Neuwirth has quickly found a Manhattan retailer in time for the critical shopping season.
Dubbed “The $kull,” the perfume is a pricey teaser of what the German designer has in mind for the beauty division of his namesake brand.
Schulman is guiding a new generation of fashion leaders in the ways of inclusion and acceptance.
Gayletter founders and artists Richie Shazam and Silvia Prada discuss how brands can work with the LGBTQ community.
The YouTuber, model, author and activist spoke at WWD's Culture Conference in New York.
Tirado believes that Gucci is probably the most diverse organization she’s ever worked in.
Sarah Kate Ellis, Shelley McNamara and Alex Keith spoke on a panel about the power of corporate culture in furthering acceptance, equality and inclusion.
Smith spoke at length on founding Phluid, Gen Z consumers and a gender-expansive training program for businesses.
"We do want to have the best talent with us and we need them to feel like they're at a company where they can develop."
Despite challenges, a new wave of Belgian brands has been gaining momentum while established names adapt to a younger crowd.
Reedus' show includes intimate photos of his collaborators and friends.
Saks Fifth Avenue could rename The Collective contemporary department Barneys.
Thomas Roth and David Paisley of CMI shared insights into the nuances of marketing to the LGBTQ community.
The Human Rights Campaign has sought to advance protections in America by pushing companies to do better.
The tops and bottoms retail for $95 to $110 each, while the one-pieces retail for $195 to $225.