French-born designer Sophie Theallet has made New York her home and in the process she has become an integral part of the American fashion landscape ever since she launched her label in 2007.
Below, Michael Bastian urges women to flirt with other women and gay men and talks about fast fashion karma.
Fashion is more than the fancy frocks one puts on to avoid walking around in one's birthday suit. It provides untold creative freedom for one's soul, the ability to produce a garment for which the body can serve as a canvas, is beyond creative.
Doo.ri talks about her current obsession, makes a case against ridiculously high shoes and gives a shout out to her team.
Chris Benz is a genius at mixing unlikely color combinations and prints. His spring 2012 collection is filled with dresses and separates in the most delicious shades and exuberant flower prints.
The designer, style icon and CFDA president talks about fearing nothing, having great legs and never underestimating women.
After a well-received spring 2012 collection of easy separates and pretty dresses, fashion designer Lela Rose talks about being a mother, owning an ice cream store and playing a competitive round of Scrabble every now and then.
In the last three years, it could be fairly argued that there has been an upsurge in visibility of Black style icons who find themselves firmly rooted in an industry that has historically had a flaky relationship with figures of color.
Traditional media -- particularly in fashion, which is what we are talking about here -- has money and prestige. New media, on the other side of the equation, has a youthful audience as well as an intuitive understanding of the way forward.
In the last few years, there has been an increase in the number of African fashion shows launching, and most of them are not in Africa. The shows are not a fad; they signify an important shift from traditional African design as one-offs to a global fashion business.
Aya Kanai, freelance fashion stylist; Sheena Smith, Senior Associate Accessories Editor, Teen Vogue; Lisa Mosko, Stylist and Fashion Director/Founder...
As 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day over the next 19 years, we are likely to see more designer clothes suited to our needs. Here are five fashion trends that Boomers have already influenced.
Tonight, Fashion's Night Out whips the retail outlets into a frenzy during which women of all sizes will be out in droves spending on fall looks. A perfect time to bring up size in the industry.
As a blogger covering NYFW, and covering it independently in a neutral-like-Switzerland mode without pay, I was shocked to read Mashable's report about Tumblr shopping bloggers' content to brands during NYFW.