In the midst of the holiday season, many are traveling to warmer climates. New swimwear collections are in the stores, but you can still get some great suits and deals for now.
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 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.
Carmen Marc Valvo is leading the way with his stylish, color-blocked chemise dresses that are bright and smart-looking.
New York Fashion Week is open. Desigual’s spring-summer 2016 collection, shown at Skylight at Moynihan Station on West 33rd Street, focused on women living in the city.
At Art Beam, Leanne Marshall opened New York Fashion Week with an artful, modern twist. Her show ushered the audience on a journey of rebirth.
At Paper London’s Berlin Fashion Week Show, the look was modern sleek.
Night and day clothes are so sophisticated this season.
Fall fashions are showing in a variety of ways. Hair and makeup, as well as the clothes, complete the total look. Emily Saunders, a New York City designer born to British parents, presents the best of both worlds.
Even though Haddad Brands, a leading children’s apparel and accessories company, focused on top brands such as Nike, Nike SB and Jordan...
Coming straight out of the ’70s, Anna Sui’s collection takes you on a vintage trip to Alaska and out west to a timeless array of country clothes that range from prairie prints to Eskimo and Native American furs.
Dutch designer Ilja Visser conjured up a collection of knits for the “Ready-to-Fish” fall ’15 collection, shown recently in Istanbul.
At Reem Acra’s show, the details were exquisite.
Shopping while on vacation is a lot of fun, especially if you’re looking for something in the moment or something pretty for the beach.
New designer Lee Avant presented an impressive debut collection last week in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood.
For the new season, menswear designer Matiere embraces the concept of duality through the use of unexpected materials on modern silhouettes.
“Clothes are storytellers on the journey of our lives,” said Nana K. Brenu, founder of 1981, one of the Africa Fashion Day design houses that showed in Berlin last week for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Do we need a separate Fashion Week for men?
For spring-summer 2016, soft, leather wedge sandals are in.
House of Busardi’s theme was “The Queen of the Night.”
As soon as Luli Fama debuted their first swim collection back in 2003, the design team, consisting of Luli Hanimian and brother-in-law Augusto Hanimian, the brand became a strong innovator in the fashion industry.
A number of Japanese designers, all extremely talented, recently made their debut at New York Fashion Week with a new concept, “Tokyo Meets New York,” at the Salon at Lincoln Center.
For fall 2015, the look is back to basics that line up the importance of black and white.
When it comes to hair and makeup, you must define your own beauty.
When a global designer, super-style maven and beach lover takes to creating a swimwear line, anything goes.
David Tlale launched his brand 11 years ago. A native of South Africa, he showcases his inimitable designs all over the world.
In a collection of Calvin Klein classic clothes for day and evening, designer Francisco Costa finds a way to show a collection that seems timeless.
“I have a responsibility to the woman of today—to make her feel confident, modern and, above all else, beautiful,” said designer Carolina Herrera after a recent show.
Fashion has really opened up with regards to menswear.
For Australia’s Fashion Week, several young designers presented impressive collections. Ophelie’s line focuses on simply tailored styles with elastic embedded in beautiful handmade fabrics.
According to swimwear designer Vanessa Jean Simmons, “To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under Heaven.”
Treasure Hut Jewelry introduces a new “Amber From the Baltic Sea Jewelry” collection.
For fall 2015, chunky knits, bright, bold colors and oversized coats take the lead.
Are older women coloring their hair more? In the hair industry, “granny trend” and “co-washing” are the new buzzwords.
During the recent Mercedes-Benz Istanbul Fall/Winter Fashion Week, young milliner Merve Bayindir offered a heads-up with her outstanding collection of hats
Intimacy and fragrance go hand and hand. Sweet scented floral notes influence thoughts of youth and modernity whereas musk and vanilla notes evoke a sense of power and maturity.
When you first enter the Costume Institute’s opening gallery that’s exhibiting “China: Through the Looking Glass,” you see the Mao suit, created after Mao Zedong.
Oh, what a show! FIT’s Future of Fashion show, held last Thursday evening at the John E. Reeves Great Hall on the FIT campus, was absolutely spectacular