Kim Jones, the artistic director of Louis Vuitton men's, took his final bow with the brand on Jan. 18 in Paris. Here, see his top 10 looks of all time.
Ugly footwear has been trending for awhile Y/Project just put another spin on it with thigh-high Ugg Boots that cost $270 to $1,380.
The best symbol of the fluctuating, fickle nature of fashion is the scrunchie. The ubiquitous hair tie of the ’80s and ’90s has been declared fashionable again, so much so that Balenciaga is selling one for $185. Editors at Vogue and Racked have waxed philosophical on this development, while social media abounds with fashion fans firmly declaring themselves pro and con scrunchie.
A week after receiving widespread backlash for posting a photo of a black child model in a “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” sweatshirt on its website, H&M wants consumers to know it is “listening.”
The Venezuelan actor stars as Gianni Versace in Ryan Murphy's newest FX production, "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story."
It’s hard to believe we’re coming up on the one-year anniversary of the Women’s March — it’s been a challenging year full…
Condé Nast partners with Time’s Up and eBay to host charity auction benefiting the initiative's Legal Defense Fund.
The women's/men's presentation & party in L.A. drew Dakota Johnson, Chris Martin, Kate Hudson, Emma Roberts, Paris Jackson and Sir Paul.
As the No. 1 tennis player in the world, Rafael Nadal holds power on the court. Still, he wasn’t above so-called fashion rules when he hit the Australian Open Monday wearing a hot-pink outfit.
Casting director James Scully is responding to a The New York Times piece in which models accuse Mario Testino anad Bruce Weber of sexual harassment. He thinks this could be the start of the fashion industry's own #MeToo movement.
Tracee Ellis Ross is, unsurprisingly, becoming the breakout fashion star of 2018 awards season. Aided by stylist Karla Welch, we can hardly keep up with all of her sartorial achievements this year — and we're barely halfway through January. The latest took place at Monday night's NAACP ...
At Monday night’s NAACP Image Awards, Halle Berry marched a look straight from the runway to the red carpet. Berry completed the look with a simple, glowing makeup and hair swept up into a relaxed bun. The dress (well, and Berry herself) even managed to move Laverne Cox to tears. “I finally met @halleberry tonight.
This is the first time that the Paris-based brand under creative director Gvasalia has collaborated with a retailer on a men's and women's capsule range.
MILAN (AP) — With social and political crises unsettling the globe, Milan Fashion Week was all about slogans this season. "Time For Change" has been a particularly dominant catchphrase, one the fashion world can expect to see branded across sweatshirts, waistbands and accessories next fall and winter.