The blogger behind the satirical site WTForever21, whose particular brand of sass we have known and appreciated for some time, has been hit with a cease-and-desist from the California-based clothier. If Rachel Kane doesn't delete her site — Forever 21's latest deadline is June 10 — the company says it will file a…
Ten days ago in Paris, just before the most recent Christian Dior fashion show, company C.E.O. Sidney Toledano took the highly unusual step of getting up on the runway to make a speech. The circumstances that led Toledano to take this action were, too, abnormal: Dior's creative director of fifteen years, John…
The top row of shirts is by Forever 21. The bottom row is by a small California-based label called Trovata. Welcome to a peek behind the curtain at secretive, cult-y, and very rapidly growing fast-fashion chain Forever 21.
In 1064, Turkish armies laid siege to Ani, a bustling, largely Armenian city of 200,000. They were ordered to destroy Ani, and kill everyone they found. In 2011, Elle Turkey used the ruins left behind for a fashion story.
Self-adjusting skin cream. Intelligent foundation. Prosthetic cheek pads. All these and more are the future of cosmetics, if companies like Lancôme and Clarins are to be believed — and what a weird, Technicolor future it is.
Max Azria's shows tend to have a few defining features: a flirty aesthetic, a neutral palette of fabrics, and — for the past umpteen seasons — an almost all-white cast of models. Yesterday, I asked him why that is.
Anna Wintour will tell you, Fashion's Night Out tonight isn't about sales. Or about trying to catch a glimpse of an Olsen, or even mini-manicures or astrological readings. You know the score: it's all about getting sozzled on Fashion's dime.
The PR honcho is so over revenge. In the contemporary Panopticon of social media, reality television, and e-mail forwards, Cutrone's rule is "don't ever put anything in writing and never say anything when anyone's around." Except for, apparently, this interview.
Since Gucci named Sarah Burton the new creative director of Alexander McQueen, the world that had so appreciated the late Scottish designer's talents has been waiting to see Burton's first move.