For 2018, Wonderlust is a trending mood. The theme reaches into the young, eager spirit of nature and adventure.
Anniesa Hasibuan was the first Muslim and the first Indonesian designer to show the hijabs on the NY Fashion Week runway. Born in Jakarta, July 30, 1986, she is the wife of Andika Surachman, a young entrepreneur.
The Museum at FIT’s exhibit, “Black Fashion Designers,” on view now through March 16, 2017, is a compelling examination of the significance and unrecognized impact that African-American designers have had on fashion.
The Local Development Corporation of East New York is hosting a fashion and beauty business workshop.
International designer Vivienne Tam is known for her culture-bridging, East-meets-West concepts in her collections.
Harlem boutique Bébénoir just opened a second store at 2064 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. (between 124th and 125th streets), New York City.
The passion of fashion accompanies Marta Zampolini’s spring/summer collection. When she was young, Zampolini loved to “steal with her eyes” the tricks of her grandmother’s dressmaking skills.
Ports 1961 just announced their company’s collaboration with iconic sportswear and boxing brand Everlast, made famous by the world’s greatest boxers and actors.
After the lights were turned down, the audience was transported to India during the beginning of Runa Ray’s show.
For fall 2016/2017, designers offered an array of great fashion choices that are sure to deliver cold weather chic.
Finally, a well-named designer is paying attention to the plus-size woman!
In Los Angeles, Gwyneth Paltrow wore a La Perla’s revolutionary Corset Jacket and matching legging, a key suiting concept from the new ready-to-wear collection designed and shown by Julia Haart, creative director of La Perla, for the opening of Goop ...
“Every woman, regardless of size and shape, deserves to feel confident, comfortable and gorgeous,” said designer Tadashi Shoji. This belief drives him and his namesake brand. For spring/summer ’17, his romance with the color blue was dramatic.
One in 12 beauty and personal care products marketed to African-American women in the US contains highly hazardous ingredients, according to research released Tuesday by the Environmental Working Group.
Designer Bibhu Mohapatra’s spring/summer ’17 backdrop was set in a prewar era. It was a time characterized by flourishing art and literature. His spring ’17 collection is inspired by the hidden identities of the females of la Belle Époque. It ...