‘Fashion Police’ to End, Celebrate Joan Rivers With E! Finale (EXCLUSIVE)

“Fashion Police,” the style talk show that long served as a platform for the late comic Joan Rivers’ famous wit and biting commentary, is coming to an end. Cable channel E! will bring the franchise to a close with a series-finale special next month. Launched in 1995, “Fashion Police” grew out of the red-carpet coverage […]

Mariacarla Boscono Celebrates 20 Years in the Fashion Business at Paris Fashion Week

On Friday night in Paris, Italian model Mariacarla Boscono celebrated her 20th anniversary in the business. The impressive guest list included industry heavy hitters like designer Riccardo Tisci, editor Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert, and photographer Ellen Von Unwerth, as well as fellow models Doutzen Kroes, Joan Smalls, and Natalia Vodianova, to name a few. The party […]

Fashion Breaks Its Silence on Harvey Weinstein Scandal

But aside from Donna Karan, who gave statements that first defended and then criticized Mr. Weinstein, few designers have ventured as much. Nor have any of the major retailers who sell Marchesa spoken up, not even to offer support to Ms. Chapman, who has announced she is separating from her husband. (Ms. Chapman was not […]

PSG sarongs the talk of the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week

ESPN FC’s Craig Burley shares his thoughts on the latest developments in the penalty power struggle at PSG. Just when you thought you’d seen it all in terms of football merchandise, a French fashion designer comes along to prove you wrong. Very wrong. Paris Saint-Germain have gone and upped the ante by collaborating with street […]

Will Smith Revives the ‘Fresh Prince’ at Paris Fashion Party

“The run-up to a show is always so intense,” he said. “You want each collection to be better than the last, so there is nothing better than just letting it all out and dancing the night away.” Doutzen Kroes and Courtney Love busted out moves nearby. More subdued was Pamela Anderson, who declared herself “heartbroken” […]

What Is Slow Fashion? We Explain

Advertisement Supported by Browsing Four sustainable labels that are changing fashion as we know it. By Hayley Phelan Oct. 11, 2017 Slow has never been so chic. Designers, even those at the largest fashion houses, where punishing speed is the norm, are pushing back against the pressure to deliver new products at an ever-faster clip. […]

Women’s fashion begins to face facts: Americans are getting bigger

As soon as Heidi Zak studied the numbers, she knew it was time to sell a bigger bra. Zak, founder of the online start-up Third Love, has spent three years building her line. The company now offers 59 sizes, and it is testing 15 more. But demand — especially for larger sizes — is only […]

How the White T-Shirt Became a Fashion Classic

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The fashion in 1982′s “Blade Runner” still looks futuristic in 2017. Its sequel looks cliché

In the 35 years since the original Blade Runner movie came out, fashion designers have looked to its unusual mashup of retro and futurism as a regular source of inspiration. What it got right was the way it took familiar references—1940s Hollywood glamour, early 1980s punk, film noir tropes—and threw them in a dystopian blender. […]

Six identical dresses: we solve this and other wedding fashion disasters

Dressing for a wedding involves uncompromising rules. Complying often requires great expense and real discomfort (stilettos, shaping underwear, trousers that no longer accommodate your girth, and so on). Forefront in the rulebook, though, is the commandment that a woman must not upstage the bride. And this weekend, it was contravened in spectacular style by six […]