Hillary Clinton's nod to the suffragette movement has been seen as a symbol of female resistance and women's rights.
For Prada's spring 2019 womenswear show, the trek outside of Milan's city limits — which would be the equivalent of that trip to Brooklyn during New York Fashion Week we told you about — was worth it. Held at the Fondazione Prada, the Italian fashion house's namesake museum, the show made it clear that the meeting of two art forms, fashion and architecture, was about to ensue.
Fendi's creative director Karl Lagerfeld is clearly looking to elevate the athleisure trend with a sleek, sporty "working-girl" look.
After starring in the historical box office hit Black Panther, the actor is making history once again — this time as the first male campaign star for Coach.
In a historic moment, Chella Man has just become the first deaf, trans model to be signed to IMG.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra wore matching camouflage outfits on a recent romantic getaway with friends at a ranch in Oklahoma. Twinning, am I right?
For the initiative’s second iteration, Prada has invited three female architects — Cini Boeri, Elizabeth Diller and Kazuyo Sejima — to each develop a unique item by using Prada's iconic nylon material.
Orla Kiely, the pretty print-driven label worn by the likes of the Duchess of Cambridge, Alexa Chung, and Keira Knightley, is no more. The British-based label, which the designer set up 23 years ago, has closed its stores and website and is entering voluntary administration. The move comes shortly after the Fashion and Textile Museum's exhibition "A Life in Pattern" paid tribute to the designer and will no doubt come as a shock to fans of the label's famous graphic prints, oilcloth handbags, and pretty clothing.
Despite the near-80-degree weather in Washington, D.C. — a detail that Twitter jumped on — the first lady wrapped up in a £3,550 wool coat to greet Poland's first couple.
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