For decades — centuries, even — fashion designers have created clothing in reaction to the political climate. And this season is no exception.
Now, judging by what we saw at New York Fashion Week last month, we can safely say the ‘90s are on a steep incline, starting with the return of some throwback hair accessories. Tom Ford brought back thick elastic headbands — but upgraded them to leather, naturally. Stretch combs are baaaaaack, says Anthony Turner, the lead hairstylist at Prabal Gurung.
Not everyone can pull off the bold hue, but the model rocks red, which experts say is the color of confidence.
If you can't wait until fall to try out the trends — from animal prints to safety orange to pantsuits to rainbow hosiery — you can shop them now.
With brands like Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Altuzarra, and Thom Browne showing in Paris, a new generation of New York fashion designers are shining bright.
Meet Julia Rose Miller, the winner of Torrid‘s 2018 Model Search. Yahoo Lifestyle has followed Miller’s journey since Torrid staged its historic first fashion show during NYFW in September 2017. At the time, Miller was one of the top 10 finalists, narrowed down from a pool of 15,000 applicants after a nationwide search.
Shaun Ross, the first international male fashion model with albinism, found three guys he had a lot in common with and captured the moment.
A power lob and power shades deserve a power pout in fuchsia, which is becoming feminism's go-to hue.Photographed by Joanna Totolici. This beauty's tiny twists make a major impact, especially with her ombré red lips.Photographed by Joanna Totolici. Obviously, we should be on red alert this week.Photographed by Joanna Totolici.
At his NYFW show, Raf Simons referenced the 1995 Todd Haynes film "Safe," which depicts a character mysteriously allergic to her environment.
Actor Michael B. Jordan said Zendaya's outfit gave him "Carmen Sandiego vibes," but we've got another pop culture reference in mind.
As the fashion industry at large continues to chase modernity, social media success and the millennial customer, it's an increasingly rare phenomenon for a runway collection to transport you a bygone era. Marc Jacobs has always been a showman, and though his last two New York Fashion Week ...
For Coach's Fall 2018 fashion week show, creative director Stuart Vevers transformed a pier off of the East River in Manhattan into an enchanted, eerie forest that reminded some of their favorite supernatural TV shows and movies.