Amanda Bynes ‘Aided’ by Sleazy Sam Lutfi, Britney's Former Manager

This is not good. Sam Lufti, best known as the bizarre and controlling former manager of 2007 brokedown-palace edition Britney Spears, has got his claws into Amanda Bynes. Apparently he bought her the plane ticket back to L.A. after the bong-throwing incident and she's spoken to him on the phone since she was placed on … » 7/29/13 9:00am 7/29/13 9:00am

Christian Siriano, For The Budget (Payless Shoes!) Anna Karenina In You

Project Runway star Christian Siriano drew inspiration from the interior of Saint Petersburg's Mariinsky Theatre for his Fall 2013 collection, which evokes the gilded and embossed silhouettes of the Russian opera house. It was accompanied by a rock opera score produced by Siriano's boyfriend, Brad Walsh. » 2/10/13 5:00pm 2/10/13 5:00pm

Christian Siriano's Boyfriend Says The Fashion Media Is Biased Against…

Christian Siriano's boyfriend, the musician Brad Walsh, wrote a long and impassioned blog post about what he perceives to be the fashion establishment's bias against Siriano's work because he came to prominence on a reality show. Noting that many writers still place Siriano's collections in the context of Project… » 9/16/11 3:00pm 9/16/11 3:00pm

Christian Siriano Shows Dramatic Dresses & Gorgeous Gowns For Spring…

Project Runway premiered in December 2004, and since then, the show has introduced audiences to up and coming talent from around the country. Season 4 winner Christian Siriano is arguably the most successful contestant so far; since the finale in 2008, he's managed keep turning out beautiful creations and dress… » 9/12/11 2:45pm 9/12/11 2:45pm

The Biggest Fashion Stories Of 2010

The fashion industry in 2010 was rocked by everything from untimely deaths to unlikely unionization efforts. Money, sexual harassment, suicide, and shocking resignations: here's what changed fashion this year. [NSFW] » 12/25/10 4:44pm 12/25/10 4:44pm

Amy Winehouse's Line For Fred Perry Is, Predictably, A Mess

Fashion Week Diversity By The Numbers

In September of 2007, it was reported that of all the 101 shows that took place during New York fashion week, one third employed zero models of color. Since then, we've tried to track diversity on the runway every season. » 9/24/10 2:47pm 9/24/10 2:47pm