The world's fashion watchers cried "Bonjour Paris" Wednesday as they bid good-bye to Milan and headed to the City of Light for the last installment of menswear shows for spring-summer 2017.
A model presents a creation for fashion house Prada during the Men's spring-summer 2017 fashion shows in Milan, Italy on Sunday, June 19. A model presents a creation for fashion house Vivienne Westwood during the Men's spring-summer 2017 fashion shows in Milan, Sunday. A model wears a creation for Salvatore Ferragamo men's spring-summer 2016-2017 collection, part of the Milan Fashion Week, unveiled in Milan, Sunday.
Nothing stays the same in fashion, but this is over the top.
The city that gave the world the dental floss bikini is back in the fashion limelight with a whole new concept of what a runway show can be in the age of see-now, buy-now instant gratification.
Margaret Vinci Heldt, who became a hairstyling celebrity after she created the famous beehive hairdo in 1960, has died at age 98.
In a surprise appearance, Beyonce strode onstage in sparkling pinstripes Monday evening to speak emotionally about both family and fashion at the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America awards ceremony.
The newly crowned Miss USA is a 26-year-old Army officer from the District of Columbia who gave perhaps the strongest answer of the night when asked about women in combat.
Dior returned Tuesday to England's Blenheim Palace to unveil its Cruise collection in glamorous surroundings that evoked the distinctive days of Christian Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.
Although he's behind one of the biggest fashion brands to come out of Japan, Issey Miyake detests being called a fashion designer. Maybe a designer, even a sculptor, but not that frivolous, trend-watching, conspicuous consumption known as fashion.
"Fast and Furious." U.S. cruise ships. A star-studded private celebration of Chanel. The triple tsunami of global capitalism that pounded socialist Cuba this month has spawned a fierce debate about the downside of detente with the United States. Artists, writers and intellectuals who believe deeply in Cuba's opening to the world are questioning their government's management of an onslaught of big-money pop culture.