In several unusual Fashion Week moves, the Olsen twins moved the spring 2016 presentation for their consistently impressive and stunningly pricey line The Row from New York to Paris, where the press and retailers were invited to a showroom preview on Tuesday featuring less than half of the collection.
Dualstar Entertainment Group, the licensing and manufacturing company owned by Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, has been targeted in a class action suit that alleges wage theft on behalf of about 40 current and former interns. The twins recently won the CFDA award for Womenswear Designer of the Year for their luxury label,…
Good news for all you very expensive fashion-loafers enthusiasts: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have just opened up a flagship store for their luxury label, The Row. It is located on Melrose Place in Los Angeles, and it used to be a salon in which they got their hair cut back when they were girl detectives. Most notably,…
A few months ago, I had a couple of hours to kill after work and found myself wandering over to the TopShop a few blocks from work and, as I sometimes tend to do, wasting time by trying on clothing weirder than anything I currently own. It's fun in a movie montage-type way, finding out whether I can pull off a boxy…
Of the three models who appear in the pre-fall 2014 lookbook for The Row, the youngest is 39. Not only are the Olsens' casting choices incredibly progressive for an industry that practically deifies youth, but it also brilliantly demonstrates just how timeless the 27-year-old twins' style really is.
With all the fuss kicked up by the "revelation" that magazines often airbrush out models' bones and add flesh to their bodies in post-production, it's interesting and frankly kind of shocking to see images that haven't had this so-called "reverse-retouching."
A whole host of different celebrities debuted their Fall 2010 clothing lines during NYC Fashion Week this week. Do you want to see how former child stars and people with reality television careers would dress you? Then click through:
Be thankful if you still have a job: After the hell year that was 2009, a lot of fashion people don't. Many designers were fired, some were hired, and plenty lost their businesses altogether. An overview of the tumult:
Cover your eyes if you're questioning your commitment to Sparkle Nation, because this year's best gowns were a blinding bevy of sparkles, sequins and stars. And yes, they were good.
The new Barneys New York catalog urges, "Have A Witty Holiday." Shopping the pages, you realize: You can't afford one.
Mary-Kate and Ashley are former child stars turned designers. And if this strangely gushy, flattering piece in today's New York Times is to be believed, clothes produced by the "magical millionaire pixies" cannot be improved in any way. They're perfect.