Fashion Label KTZ Apologizes for Ripping Off Sacred Inuit Garment

London-based fashion label KTZ has apologized to an Inuit woman after replicating a shaman robe worn by the woman’s great-grandfather without permission. The sweater, which bears a striking similarity to the sacred garment, was being sold for $900, but has since been pulled from stores and the company’s website.
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Kate Spade Sued for Selling 'Sale' Items That Were Never Meant to Be Sold Full Price

As you hash out your Black Friday attack plan, remember some of the deals you’re getting aren’t actually deals. Specifically, if you’re headed to a Kate Spade outlet, that cute purse shaped like a playing card was never really sold for the higher original price listed on the price tag—the tricks they play, eh? »Tuesday 5:00pm11/24/15 5:00pm

Fall Hues and Defiant Baby Blues at the British Fashion Awards 

The annual British Fashion Awards took place last night at London’s Coliseum, and it was a flurry of pursed lips, restrained ensembles, and fawning praise for the British fashion “family,” which I am imagining as the kind of family that doesn’t like to give hugs and makes everyone figure out their own dinner. »Tuesday 12:00pm11/24/15 12:00pm

Every Look from the 2015 American Music Awards Red Carpet

Blessed be, it’s rolling into nonstop red carpet season, and Los Angeles is simply brimming with your faves crossing their legs demurely in front of the appropriate step and repeat. The AMAs tend to be a little looser than your average Grammy/Oscar/Tony extravaganza, although the chic sheaths are already in full… »11/22/15 8:00pm11/22/15 8:00pm

Sparkly, Silvery Glitz and Solidarity at the 16th Annual Latin Grammys

Thursday night’s Latin Grammy Awards show was incredibly lit—Will Smith performed with Bomba Estéreo, J Balvin and Farruko performed with Major Lazer and Mø, though no one was as en fuego as Banda el Recodo, who collaborated with Wisin. The red carpet was just as excellent, with attendees flossing their sparkliest… »11/20/15 2:00pm11/20/15 2:00pm

Zara Faces Criticism After a Paris Store Refused Entrance to a Muslim Woman

Zara, the Spanish retailer of fast fashion, is under fire after a video emerged showing an employee of a Paris-based store refusing entrance to a woman wearing a hijab. The man in the video tells her that people with any head coverings, including hats and hoodies, aren’t allowed in the store.
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Tuesday Bassen Is Your Solidarity Sweetheart 

This week, as people worldwide took to the streets in protest of the tragedies in Paris, a banner appeared at a march 9,000-strong in Hamburg, Germany that proudly declared: GIRL GANGZ AGAINST FASCISM. The image of three women standing in solidarity accompanying the text came from the other side of the world, and no… »11/17/15 1:10pm11/17/15 1:10pm

Today's Best Apparel Deals: Madewell, Moda Operandi, Alexander Wang

Welcome to our brand spankin’ new apparel round-up. It’s a one-stop shop for flashsales, deals, promo codes and (god forbid) even rebates. Here you’ll find the Internet’s best offers on everything from Chelsea Boots to charm bracelets, curated and judged. »11/13/15 9:15am11/13/15 9:15am

After Success of Melissa McCarthy's Clothing Line, More Retailers Will Offer Plus-Sized Fashion 

In August, Melissa McCarthy introduced Seven7, a clothing line aimed at providing fashionable looks for plus-sized women. She decided to introduce the line after many designers refused to make her a dress for the 2012 Oscars. McCarthy saw a real gap in the clothing market and seized on the opportunity to fill it. »11/08/15 12:45pm11/08/15 12:45pm