Summer may be well and truly over in London -- but the fashion crowd is already looking forward to what's hot next spring.
London Fashion Week opens on Friday with shows by Burberry, J.W. Anderson and Topshop UNIQUE, with the industry putting on a brave face amid concerns over the impact of Brexit.
Call it "fast fashion," "runway-to-retail," or "see now-buy now." No matter the term, it's the unmistakable trend in fashion, and Ralph Lauren embraced it fully -- presenting his New York Fashion Week collection on the street outside his store, then inviting guests inside to buy what they'd just seen.
It was a toss-up as to who was more excited about Brandon Maxwell's show: his buddy Lady Gaga or his mom.
It was in the whimsical and colorful moccasins, and in the batik prints and beachy dresses. Tory Burch was definitely bringing a little West Coast spirit to her usual East Coast chic.
Shayne Oliver, the soft-spoken provocateur behind Hood by Air, teamed with a porn video site and declared "Never trust a church girl" on the back of one look during a New York Fashion Week show Sunday that upped the ante for cool kids.
Attention Taiwan! Especially those in the Taipei area! If you're looking for a healthy outing that allows quality time with loved ones, there is a winter event to look forward to -- the Barbie Run 2016 Taipei.
Miss Connecticut Alyssa Taglia shows her shoe during the 2017 Miss America pageant "Show Us Your Shoes" parade in Atlantic City on Saturday, Sept. 10. Contestants vying for the Miss America title displayed some fancy footwear along a New Jersey boardwalk.
Tommy Hilfiger sought to revolutionize fashion Friday by throwing the most extravagant catwalk show of his life, launching his click-and-buy collection by throwing a fairground party with burgers and fries.
An Indian teenager who lost an eye and whose face was brutally disfigured in an acid attack walked the New York catwalk to whoops and cheers Thursday in what she called a life-changing experience.