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Two months after Stefano Gabbana called Chinese consumers an 'ignorant dirty smelling mafia,' the brand remains frozen out of the world's biggest luxury market.
The brand will now operate under a new business entity named Frère that will be led by creative director Davidson Petit-Frère.
You, my friend, are not right with yourself.
Memebox plans to use the capital to accelerate growth.
The capsule collection will debut at Geller's runway show on Feb. 5 and be offered for sale in early May.
Anna-Christina Schwartz looks smoking hot for the January 2019 issue of Maxim Colombia. Photographed by Cesar Balcazar, the brunette beauty smolders while wearing sexy lingerie ensembles. Styled by... Julia Morris, Anna-Christina poses in lace bralettes, form-fitting bodysuits and sheer coverups. For beauty, makeup artist Risako Matsushita (See Management) creates a sultry look with hair by...
Lela Rose's fall 2019 collection was doggone cute!
Alexander McQueen teams up with photographer Jamie Hawkesworth once again for its spring-summer 2019 campaign. The luxury brand heads to the outdoors for a series of striking black and white... portraits. A cast includes rising stars and established faces such as Jean Campbell, Binx Walton, Nora Attal, Lara Stone, Jill Kortleve and Chunjie Liu. Creative...
The luxury group's latest results contain previously undisclosed information on the company's operations and financials.
The French luxury giant is facing a possible €1.4 billion tax bill in Italy after accounting practices linked to a Swiss subsidiary attracted scrutiny.
Creative director Nicola Glass presented a collection that honored the roots of Kate Spade, but the pressure is on for both the designer and parent company Tapestry to find a confident new direction... for the brand.
"A genuine happiness radiated from him."
She's Karl Lagerfeld's right-hand woman.
The Oscars are the most glam night of the year. But just because you have an invite -- or a nomination -- doesn't give you license to rock the fanciest frock you can find.
Call it fashion's golden age.
Marc Jacobs continues to deliver opulent glamour with his fall-winter 2019 collection presented during New York Fashion Week. The American designer started the show with oversized outerwear in wool... and fur textiles. Paired with cropped trousers and leather boots, the Jacobs woman exudes elegance this season. For evening wear, feather embellished gowns, ruffled capes and...
The fall 2019 collections unveiled at New York Fashion Week might not hit stores for another six months, but the runways were chock-full of style inspiration to take a cue from right now. From the... coolest color to the poppiest print,
The true story of how an unsung Japanese designer became the darling of New York Fashion Week.
This season, designer Becca McCharen-Tran zeroed in on sustainability with hair accessories that made a statement.
The supermodel headed to her flight in a floor-length puffer by Pierpaolo Piccioli for Moncler.
At Fashion Week, the shoes are the real showstopper this season. Silver glitter heels took a stroll down '90s memory lane at Tom Ford to kick off NYFW. Runway trends like rhinestone-embellished heels,... chunky neon sneakers, and lace-up leather boots have already hit the streets, convincing us these styles will be sticking around. We've already cleared a shelf for all these shoes in our mental shopping cart. Ahead, check out the best shoes to hit the catwalk yet. Related: 6 Shoe Trends You'll See on Stylish Women Everywhere in 2019
For her first line of minimal, ultra-luxe handbags, Khaite designer Catherine Holstein was inspired by luggage from the turn of the century, when women first began to travel alone.
The brand uses a proprietary algorithm to create custom products.
Online shoe brands like Allbirds, Rothy's and Birdies are growing sales by developing one really popular style and pushing it hard. Is this business model sustainable?
Following the collaboration with UNICEF and Beyoncé, to bring clean water to Africa, Gucci announces the latest move of its Chime for Change campaign -- supporting six organizations around the globe,... including Equality Now, Global Fund for Women, Ms. Foundation for Women, UN Women, Vital Voices and Women Deliver -- to fight against gender inequality. With the help of Hearst Magazines, Facebook, the Kering Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gucci's creative director Alessandro Michele worked hand-in-hand with Italian street artist MP5 to promote the aforementioned notion. Based on the "To Gather Together" theme of the campaign, the artist created murals in his signature bold, monochromatic style of genderless human figures standing side by side. His works will be found in...