For fall ’14, three young designers were featured their thesis collections in the Academy of Art University’s (AAU) presentation at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
At the Bronx Library on Fordham Road, the New Amsterdam Musical Associates (NAMA) held their annual Black History Month concert featuring “Legends of Song.”
TeKay Designs, a couture house based in Houston, Texas, presented an impressive Queen of the Brides collection in New York.
Fashion industry pioneer and newspaper publisher, Dr. Ophelia DeVore Mitchell, remembered as trailblazer
At Tadashi Shoji’s fall show, the audience was lost in an evening reverie, wandering through a Moorish palace.
As an American designer, b Michael’s fall/winter ’14 collection reflects the lifestyle of a modern woman.
New York designer Edwing D’Angelo presented a fabulous fall collection filled with many ways to wear red for men and women.
For 2014, Desigual gets back to the basics with a personal collection that reflects the enduring optimism found in Barcelona
Son Jung Wan’s collection was inspired by the abstract expressionist Mark Rothko, who conveyed poignant emotions ranging from joy to sadness through color. For fall/winter 2014, Wan painted her collection with shades of emotion.
Just before the Custo Barcelona show, we had an appointment behind the scenes to meet the designer, Custo Dalmau.
For Valentine’s Day, It Makes Scents offers an array of natural scented soaps and candles that will make great gifts for him or her.
Diane von Furstenberg’s (DVF) commitment to empowering women is expressed not only through fashion, but also through philanthropy and mentorship
Jessica London has extended its range of sizes for modern, plus-size fashions
For fall/winter ’14, John Paul Ataker unveils his evening collection in New York.
Pop-up stores are the fashion-of-the-moment spots that can simply pop up anywhere, anytime