From April 14 to 16, the Spring session of the Taipei IN Style (TIS, 台北魅力展) unfolds at Warehouses Three to Five at Songshan Creative and Cultural Park (松山文創園區), featuring many fashion shows, seminars and encounters with up-and-coming designers from Taiwan and beyond.
In ultra-conservative Japan, where change often happens at a snail's pace, top catwalk model Melody Yoko Reilly believes fashion has a role to play in shifting society's attitude to race and identity.
Taiwan-born fashion designer Jason Wu, the famous couturier behind the dresses of U.S. first lady Michelle Obama, R.O.C. first lady Christine Chow and many other celebrities, tied the knot with his longtime partner Gustavo Rangel in Tulum, Mexico on Friday.
Kathryn Sargent made history on Wednesday by becoming the first female master tailor to open her own premises on London's Savile Row -- the epicenter of traditional British bespoke tailoring.
From Humphrey Bogart's fedora in "Casablanca" to Harrison Ford's lucky headgear in the Indiana Jones series, Italy's Borsalino has been credited with producing some of the coolest hats in history.
Long a bastion for cheap, fast-fashion manufacturing, a new crop of designers are trying to transform the Made in Vietnam label and save the country's rich ethnic heritage in the process.
Gucci is taking its recent embrace of androgynous looks to its natural conclusion by combining its womenswear and menswear collections into unified catwalk shows from next year.
Belgian designer Anthony Vaccarello took over Monday as creative director of Yves Saint Laurent, three days after the departure of the hugely influential Hedi Slimane.
An elegant former hotel employee remembers dyeing gauze bandages and turning them into ruffled skirts to remain fashionable despite chronic shortages in communist-era Poland.
Born out of a drive to make Western-style clothing accessible, Tokyo's Bunka Fashion College unleashed a sartorial and social revolution among Japanese women after it opened nearly a century ago.