You can call 2010 a lot of things, but don’t go accusing it of being uneventful. Certainly not where fashion and beauty are concerned, anyway. When a reality show star is a plastic box away from becoming a Barbie doll, an heiress disowns a Chanel bag and a pop singer has a meat locker for a closet, it’s hard to act uninterested. There were tragedies, like the loss of Alexander McQueen and triumphs, like Vegas getting the world’s largest H&M store. Whatever you remember 2010 for, we have no doubt it triggers a strong reaction, good or bad.
The issue of counterfeiting in retail was raised by other small business owners during this year’s fashion trade show MAGIC, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Richardson joined Sonia Lovett, a fashion influencer for women over 50 and Rob Smith, who owns a genderless clothing boutique, to discuss the ways they’d like to see the fashion industry change how it designs, produces and markets clothes.
When nesting, we turn to the influences that bring us “coorie,” a Scottish word for cuddling up, Laurie Pressman, vice president of Pantone Color Institute, said.
Since his reality television days, designer Christian Siriano has established himself in the world of high fashion and red carpets, largely by sizing garments for women beyond size 2.
The shoe had been sent to retailers to go on sale this week for the July Fourth holiday, according to the Wall Street Journal.
There was no shortage of fashion statements at the NBA draft, and no one made a bigger statement than 7-foot-2-inch Bol Bol, who appeared ready to go trick or treating.
Runway of Dreams in partnering with Zappos to host a fashion show at The Smith Center showcasing Zappos’ collection of adaptive clothing for the first time.
Those fur-trimmed parkas so common on city sidewalks have become a boon to backwoods trappers.
Regina King brought Old Hollywood alive on the Oscar red carpet Sunday in a romantic white gown with a touch of sparkle and a long train, while Jennifer Lopez stunned in silver adorned with mirror shards and Lady Gaga sported one of the worlds largest yellow diamonds.
The chief executive and chief creative officer of luxury fashion powerhouse Burberry have apologized for putting a hoodie with strings tied in the shape of a noose on their London Fashion Week runway.