From Nov. 19, 2015 to Feb. 21, 2016, The Metropolitan Museum of Art is featuring “Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style” at their Costume Institute for fall 2015.
For spirited women whose style is distinctive, the Australian company Ginger & Smart showed soft, easy-to-wear dresses that could take you from day to night.
With the holidays fast approaching, you want to know some weight loss, fitness and good-health options.
For spring/summer 2016, Outkast People created a collection for the underground, hip generation.
For men and women, Black Crows, a French independent free-ski label, launches an incredible “corpus” collection of technical outerwear.
As you are putting your fall looks together, here are more notes on what’s in.
When you’re wondering what to wear in leather this season, look at what designer August Getty presented in his fall 2015 collection.
Making their debut at Spring Studios, petitePARADE presented their ninth runway show, which was also digitally activated and globally distributed.
At New York Fashion Week, timeless elegance collided with a modern edge at Yigal Azrouel’s show.
Called the German Valentino, designer Guido Maris Kretchmer’s fall-winter designs showed his passion for design and fabric.
Bloomingdale’s on 59th Street, New York City, hosted childhood cancer fighters and survivors last Saturday in honor of September’s National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
At the Artbeam, one of Fashion Week’s venues, New York-based designer Vivienne Hu showed her third collection.
Fashion is not new to Harlem. In fact, several designers come to Harlem for their style ideas.
Twelve new and upcoming designers showed their collections during the Art Institutes’s Fashion Week presentation.
Macy’s magnificent turnout at the Theater at Madison Square Garden for “Macy’s Presents Fashion’s Front Row” was memorable.