Jessica London expands to make Plus-size styles

Jessica London has extended its range of sizes for modern, plus-size fashions

John Paul Ataker Fall/winter 2014 fashions unveiled

For fall/winter ’14, John Paul Ataker unveils his evening collection in New York.

Pop-ups hit fashion

Pop-up stores are the fashion-of-the-moment spots that can simply pop up anywhere, anytime

Harlem spot for yoga and skin care

Land Skin Care and Land Yoga, located at 2116 Frederick Douglas Blvd. between 114th and W. 115th streets, are two separate beauty businesses in one spot.

Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo's spring ’14 designs hit the runways

Tome’s collection comes from Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo.

Elegant fashions of the 1930s at Museum at FIT

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology’s (FIT) exhibition “Elegance in an Age of Crisis: Fashions of the 1930s” will open on Feb. 7.

Style competition calls for emerging designers

U.S. fashion designers, Brad Smith has announced Design for Brad Smith, a one-of-a-kind design competition. Submissions open on Jan. 2

Haute hats for spring ’14

For spring ’14, there’s a hat for every outfit and occasion in Anya Caliendo’s collection, shown at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York

Elegant, Eco-friendly looks for now

For fall/winter 2013, the look is chic, clean-cut, classic and shapely. With ambitions to have a “global impact,” Nina Skarra focuses on the development of green, sustainable designs.

Last-minute gift! Knot Standard’s gift card for men

From all over the world, Knot Standard allows gentlemen access to a world of talented tailors.

Structural simplicity of spring styles

The dress is back! Lengths are no longer a question and haven’t been for a long time.

Y-3 springs a move

The “Y” stands for Yohji Yamamoto

Spring ’14 evening wear looks sporty

From the looks of Carmen Marc Valvo’s spring ’14 collection

French-African teen wins beauty pageant, igniting national uproar

Flora Coquerel was crowned Miss France 2013

Tam’s East-meets-West looks

For spring ’14, Vivienne Tam didn’t focus on matching pieces or traditional styles. Her silhouettes are simple. She reached into her own archives for prints that were updated. In her tailoring techniques, she referenced classical Chinese tropes. There are luxurious ...