In an interview with HuffPost Live, designer Donna Karan spoke frankly about her decision to have an abortion in 1973, the same year that the Roe vs. Wade decision went into effect.
On Tuesday, June 30, Donna Karan stepped down from her eminent role as chief designer of Donna Karan International. A reigning influence for women’s professional wear, Karan’s departure is a watershed event in the American fashion industry.
The latest WWD has a piece on how individual designers interpret women's struggles in fashion, pegged in part to the "feminist protest" Karl Lagerfeld staged for Chanel's Spring 2015 runway. And, predictably, Karl says some pretty wacky things about it. Side eye.
What size do you wear? If you’re a Hollywood star like Christina Hendricks, Juliana Margulies or Amy Adams, your stylist probably just grabs a size zero. Welcome to vanity sizing.
Donna Karan celebrated New York by using "real people" in her DKNY runway show on Sunday. As opposed to the animatronic cyborgs that have permeated the modeling industry who feed off designer clothes to fuel their bloodlust before the impending invastion of Earth, I guess.
Lauren Hutton... is that you? I hope that briefcase is filled with bikinis, because I want to head to the Golden Door with you, girl.
Last night at the Council of Fashion Designers of America, designers and celebrities hit the red carpet in ensembles both incredibly fashionable and incredibly ugly.
Who's got your favorite look here? Liz Hurley, Kate Hudson, Constance Jablonski, Michael Kors, Vera Wang, Gayle King or Donna Karan?
Last night kicked off the Women in the World Summit (today Hillary Clinton speaks!) and lovely, lively ladies gathered to discuss solutions that advance women and girls. Usually we talk about the good, the bad and the ugly… But today it's all good.
The fall 2013 collection Donna Karan showed today during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is very... brown. And black. And grey. It's kinda boring and blah, with a decidedly 90s vampire twist. Of course, there's a few things nobody would turn down, but the rest is a bit (blood)sucking. But maybe that's because I'm dead on…
It was around 26° last night when the amfAR New York Gala kicked off Fall 2013 Fashion Week. For some attendees, it was important to be somewhat weather-appropriate. Other folks just went right ahead and wore sheer dresses and showed plenty of skin, hypothermia (and good taste) be damned.
Poor troubled Terminator 3 actor Nick Stahl now has a glossy senior picture in the Paul Reubens Academy Yearbook: Stahl was arrested around dinnertime last night for jerking off in the private booth of a porn store in Hollywood. The LAPD booked him for a misdemeanor (lewd conduct) and he was released a few hours…
Critics are calling Donna Karan misguided and possibly racist for shooting her new spring ad campaign in Haiti, but using a white model as its star. In two ads, Victoria's Secret supermodel Adriana Lima appears alone, but in the third, pictured above, two Haitian teenagers pose in the background behind her. Unusually…
For spring and summer, DKNY showed clothes that looked fresh and sweet, without getting too cutesy. There were plenty of long, unstructured dresses that swished around the models' legs as they made their way around the long runway. For the dog days, they looked like they would be as comfortable as they'd be elegant.
Surprise, surprise: an event run by the David Lynch Foundation and attended by the Brand-Perrys was totally bizarre.
It's not much! Filings made in association with a $3.75 million lawsuit include the earnings statement of one of the plaintiffs, the Polish supermodel Anna Jagodzinska. That ledger tallies gigs for American Vogue, Vogue Paris, and an H&M campaign.
Anna Wintour heard about this so-called "environmentally friendly" fashion, so she sent her crack team of stylists to go out find some of it, to put it in her magazine. Her very eco-friendly magazine. The result? $2,895 trench coats.