• Duchess Kate's blossoming baby bump is on full display in velvet Erdem dress in Sweden

    If it ain't broke, don't fix it! Kate stepped out in another creation from Erdem for the second night running on her royal tour of Sweden and Norway. 

  • Ivanka Trump makes bedtime look glam in a red ball gown

    She was clearly juggling her son’s bedtime routine with prepping for a fancy night out.

  • Ivanka Trump's $3,550 colorful dress called 'distracting' and 'so weird'

    Not everyone was a fan of Ivanka Trump's floral Erdem dress.

  • Dark romantic floral dresses are trending for fall — shop 15 versions now

    This fall, dark floral shades in lush purples, greens, and pinks were spotted all over the fall 2017 runways.

  • 12 must-have items from the new Erdem x H&M collection

    The new Erdem x H&M collection goes on sale Nov. 2. Here are the items that will sell out fast.

  • Inside the star-studded Erdem x H&M fashion show and launch party

    Fashion and Hollywood A-listers turned out to see Erdem Morialioglu's fluid, gender-bending pajamas and street wear, matching slick floral brocades with tweed.

  • Emma Stone is already wearing H&M's newest collaboration 

    Emma Stone has stepped out wearing a satin pajama set from the highly anticipated collaboration between H&M and British designer Erdem. The collection isn't set to debut until Nov. 2, but the Oscar-winning actress got her hands on it first, and wore a look recently on Chelsea Handler's Netflix talk show, Chelsea.

  • Pippa Middleton Looks Incredible on Pre-Wedding Date Night

    All eyes were on the socialite and writer Pippa Middleton Thursday, while fashion fans eagerly await what she'll wear at their wedding on May 20.

  • Kate Middleton Is Having Her Most Expensive Fashion Year Ever

    The Duchess of Cambridge has already spent more than $71,000 on her wardrobe in 2017, making this the duchess's most expensive style year yet.

  • Bernie Sanders’s Logo Makes Another Appearance (and More Great Shoe Moments From PFW)

    See our favorites and many others, from baroque-style platform heels to cherry-and-checkered cowboy boots to heels detailed with colorful foam (yes, really).

  • How Stores Fulfill Your Shopping Needs Before You Know You Have Them

    Having these choices is convenient for customers, of course, but a crowded fashion market presents a tricky problem for retailers. Companies like Net-a-Porter, Shopbop, and Barneys New York have a simple solution: convince the designer to make a collection exclusively for their stores. Exclusive designer/retail collaborations are nothing new—Net-a-Porter’s been at it for years— but they have become far more popular recently as retailers attempt to stand out from the pack, and try to satisfy shoppers’ growing buying habits.

  • Reese Witherspoon’s Half Tracy Flick, Half Elle Woods in Real Life — & 100 Percent Inspiring

    According to Reese Witherspoon, there are five words in just every film with a woman in it that employs the phrase: What do we do now? “It’s my most hated question,” the actress said in her speech on Monday night at Glamour’s 2015 Women of the Year Awards. “I dread reading scripts that have no women involved in their creation because inevitably, the girl turns to the guy and says, ‘What do we do now?’” But, she asked the crowd, "Have you ever met a woman in crisis who doesn’t know what to do?“ Reese Witherspoon in an Erdem dress on the red carpet. Like all the roles she’s portrayed throughout her long career, which she described as "passionate strong and flawed, except for [Election’s] Tracy Flick because she was a hundred percent perfect — and she made me say that.” Some might call her ambitious with a negative connotation to it, she’s also a mom and recently started a fashion line, Draper James, but she wants to turn the word into a positive. "Why do people have prejudiced opinions against women who want to accomplish things?

  • Brit Stylist Sophia Hesketh Dishes On Where to Dine, Drink & Detox at London Fashion Week

    British stylist Sophia Hesketh (formally known as the Honourable Sophia Christian Fermor-Hesketh) knows her way around London Fashion Week, having ditched classes at her boarding school in the English countryside to sneak into shows as a teen. Now she’s a bona fide fashion insider. Once enlisted by the late Isabella Blow to pose for a shoot with Daphne Guinness, she’s assisted power stylists like George Cortina and Charlotte Stockdale, contributes to Vogue Japan, and models on the side. Here the 29 year-old, who favors fellow Brits like Christopher Kane, Erdem and Mark Fast, gives us her insider guide on where to drink, dine and detox during London Fashion Week.