Lily-Rose Depp turned heads at Chanel with her blonde bound in a sleek high ponytail that could only be worn by a Parisienne.
Chris Moore, the legendary and longstanding runway photographer, has witnessed some of the fashion industry's most memorable moments, from the breathtaking to the bizarre. Last year, Moore's website, Catwalking, which documents his archival and contemporary photographs, was translated into a book of the same name, published in collaboration with fashion writer Alexander Fury. If you prefer your fashion history to be immersive, though, pay a visit to the United Kingdom's The Bowes Museum's upcoming exhibition, Catwalking: Fashion Through the Lens of Chris Moore, which opens July 7.
From ethereal white lashes to graphic sci-fi visors, we look back at the romantic beauty ideas on Sarah Burton's Alexander McQueen runway.
Thom Browne’s Fall 2018 fashion show sends shock waves through Paris with Marie Antoinette–inspired beauty on the runway.
Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
Dion Lee’s NYFW 2018 show only used four words to describe the line in its notes: lingerie, military, sensuality, utility. Here's why.
For designer Bibi Russell, the challenge for acid-attack survivors lies in changing peoples’ mindsets and attitudes — especially in rural Bangladesh.
The Sheguang Hu haute couture show at China Fashion Week turned some heads, especially when a model wearing a rat head strutted the runway.
Ashley Graham is one of the best known plus-size models in the industry, and she’s telling women the secret to her success: confidence. “The runway isn’t just about showing fashion, it’s about gaining confidence,” she says. Wearing denim-on-denim, Graham is the first to give her walk a go before the three women rock the catwalk themselves.
If you're turning a blind eye to the hair, makeup, and nail looks at NYFW for fear of looking like a hot mess, we’ll be the first to say "not so fast."
On Saturday at NYFW, design duo Eckhaus Latta sent their friends and family down the catwalk, including ready-to-burst artist Maia Ruth Lee, due to give birth next month.
DJ Steve Aoki shut down a whole block in downtown Manhattan for a runway show turned concert, and debuted some politically charged clothing for his new collection.
Breasts, corsets, and underwire are the focal points in this new fashion trend, and for all the talk of underwire and corsets, the trend is remarkably freeing.
For fall 2017, the runways were jam-packed with power suits and metallic looks worthy of a night out, while rich, autumnal colors like red and gold took center stage. Meanwhile, designers like Prabal Gurung and Christian Siriano got political, dressing models in slogan T-shirts showing their support for equal human rights.