Up-and-coming designer Nina Perdomo, a second-year fashion student at the Art Institute of New York City, will show her mini-collection of six looks alongside 11 other Art Institute students from around the country.
After her debut presentation at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York, Nigerian designer Deola Sagoe continues to wow with her signature looks.
As the fashion world prepares for New York Fashion Week next month, designers Adele Dejak and Dorin Negrau get ready to showcase their collections.
Lacoste, the famous sports brand, returns as a sponsor of the 17th Costume Designers Guild Awards, scheduled for Feb. 17 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.
he dress is still the best in Diane Von Furstenburg’s spring 2015 collection
Is your face fit for winter? For face fitness, three ladies, Heidi Frederick, Rachel Lang and Kate Gyllenhaal, teamed up to open a new SkinGym pop-up boutique at South Street Seaport that’s the talk of the town.
In this winter’s arctic chills, furs hit the street big time. The most important trends are color, exaggerated volumes, proportion, bold trims, dramatic prints and patterns and capes. Furs are also a mainstay in terms of ready-to-wear.
Taking care of your skin is a must, and winter is the best season for at-home skincare.
Caffe, the luxury beachwear line, presented a glamorous collection in Miami.
It has been announced that the fashion-forward R&B pop star Rihanna will be serving as creative director for athletic wear giant Puma.
On a cold Friday night last week, it was wonderful to stop in at Carol’s Daughter on West 125th Street and enjoy the warmth of their bright atmosphere and delicious delicacies while learning tips from the Carol’s Daughter styling team ...
While shopping for that special gift, make an appointment to visit Trunk Show Designer Consignment, a boutique at 275-277 W. 113th St., between Adam Clayton Powell and Frederick Douglass boulevards.
Morehouse College alum, fashion designer and businessman Anthony Moultry said he wants to be the next Ralph Lauren when it comes to collegiate apparel.
Audrey King, founder of Little Miss Harlem, is hoping to make a dream come true for young girls between the ages of 5 and 13, who want to look their natural prettiest and have fun doing so.
Slip into some Portuguese-made travel and comfort footwear that helps you get moving.