The immensely popular actress announced as lingerie retailer's Asia ambassador, three days after Zhou Dongyu appointed the face for China.
From merely protective to full-on dystopian, self-protective looks ran through the fall collections.
Sixty-six global industry organizations signed the appeal, which came the same day leading retailers, brands and unions agreed form a working group to help develop support for apparel manufacturers.
Wrangler surpassed its goal to save more than 7 billion liters of water since 2008.
The Belgian artist has used palm trees in much of his work, due to historical and current reasons.
The outfits were designed over the course of more than two decades for Patsy Tarr, who first became involved with the museum during its "Geoffrey Beene: Trapeze" exhibition.
The Glamhive Virtual Style Summit will take place on May 9.
The photographer started sewing photographs in 1976 and recently returned to the practice, while in self-quarantine.
The move comes just over a week after the publisher of Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ announced plans to cut salaries, furlough staffers.
The group aims to help raise $250,000 for medical gowns for health-care workers.
Many brands are continuing their focus on sustainability despite the strains placed on them by the coronavirus pandemic.
The luxury house will not distribute a dividend this year as the coronavirus spreads.
Jane Hali & Associates sees a shift in consumer behavior trends as well as a reconfiguration of the retail landscape.
Jessie Andrews’ sustainable jewelry line, Bagatiba, is taking a step further for Earth Day by launching a closed-loop upcycling initiative titled, “The ‘Triple R’ Project.”
Stella McCarthy talks about her concern for the environment — and team connections, creativity and cooking soup — in the age of COVID-19.
To mark the roll out, Burberry will also re-create a capsule of 26 looks using eco-friendly materials.
The partnership, launching with a poem narrated via video, will further Westwood's commitment of safeguarding the forest ecosystems.
A look at how brands big and small have balanced design with doing good.
Intimates and swimwear brands are getting sustainable. But what each brand is doing varies — and can be confusing. Here’s a roundup of how some innerwear brands are trying to save the planet.
LVMH was able to quickly provide solutions at the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak because it has long created value for society as a whole.