An emerging fashion powerhouse speaks on the importance of staying true to who you are and why New York Fashion Week is a dead format.
Many people at New York Fashion Week confused a man dressed as Sisqo with the famous singer.
The first week of the Fall 2017 shows in Europe came to a close after the avalanche of New York presentations, and things are starting to gel, trend-wise. You usually know what to expect from the fall shows in terms of repeated exits — deeper palettes, luxurious fabrics, experimentation with... Continue reading
It may have snowed during the first week of February on the East Coast, but that didn't stop the hoards of fashion editors and buyers from leaning toward Spring as they packed their bags for New York Fashion Week. There to preview Fall...Show More Summary
If you thought models were dainty little things who couldn't lift a two-pound dumbbell, then think again. Romee Strijd, hot off the runways at New York Fashion Week, is proof that these women are strong, boxing, battle-rope-wielding,...Show More Summary
In the current political climate, representation matters more than ever. Fall/Winter 2017 New York Fashion Week didn't shy away from making powerful statements. In this episode of Hannahgram, Hannah spends a day with Becca McCharen of Chromat to see how designers are blending politics and fashion for a more inclusive fashion world. Show More Summary
Sisqó thinks it's time for a man who sneakily impersonated him during New York Fashion Week to face the music for his antics.
Sisqó's PISSED at the impostor who got all sorts of perks at New York Fashion Week when people thought he was legit... and now the real singer's threatening to take legal action against the wannabe. The former Dru Hill frontman tells TMZ...…
Coming out of New York Fashion Week, my skin is pretty much always at its worst. Lack of sleep, combined with excessive sugar consumption and stress — not to mention this season's cold snap and insane, complexion-punishing winds — left my face dull, blotchy, parched and all-around sad.... Continue reading
At New York Fashion Week, Sarah Jessica Parker, a.k.a Carrie Bradshaw, said that 'Sex and the City 3' is "in a warming drawer." This is not a drill.
Forget wearing your heart on your sleeve. Things at New York Fashion Week got political this season. We couldn't help but to notice the staggering amount of designers that used their runways to make major political statements. From Bella...Show More Summary
If, in recent months, you've come across some weird trends, like dudes crimping their hair during New York Fashion Week or men and women getting anti-aging facials using snail products, and you had absolutely no idea what was going on, there's finally an answer for you. It's all been part of a wacky campaign from...
New York Fashion Week brought us plenty of fresh faces, but that doesn't mean the beauty inspiration is over. We're headed to London next where the hair and makeup continue to stun down the runway. From Bora Aksu's ultrapeach looks to carefree braid twists at Preen, you'll find plenty of creations to copy this Fall. Show More Summary
New York Fashion Week wasn’t just about clothes this year ? it was also about the message. This February, designers finally began making some bold moves toward inclusivity and diversity. But other shows also became political acts ofShow More Summary
The fashion madness continues across the pond! After the frenzied New York Fashion Week came to an end, fashion's biggest names headed to England for London Fashion Week. Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Sofia Richie, Stella Maxwell and more big names were on hand to celebrate more designers and rock even more outrageous street styles. Show More Summary
There was a common backstage beauty trend thread throughout New York Fashion Week Fall 2017: imperfect, natural, and playful beauty is in. For starters, we predict there will be far more instances of well-placed, thoughtfully balanced color on the face (picture vibrant color with otherwise neutral makeup). Show More Summary
The runway collections featured during New York Fashion Week span an incredible range of styles, from cool and edgy to glamorous and elegant. When you're viewing both daywear and eveningwear, your mind is filled with inspiration for all life moments, and sometimes the edgiest look you see is also the most elegant. Show More Summary
To many, Fashion Week is a bit of an enigma -- you see the street style photos outside of the venues, celebrities sitting front row, and the runway images of the latest trends. But what does it look like from the inside? Not many people get to see that view -- let alone from every angle. Show More Summary
Back from New York after attending Fashion Week, Deepika was spotted arriving in Mumbai late Friday night wearing a fringe Ralph Lauren jacket with skinny denims, Givenchy boots and her Celine tote. Like her airport style? Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani
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