When it comes to picking gifts, “under $500” is a pretty broad category that will probably cover most people on your shopping list, and that’s why we make sure to put together a gift guide on this price range every year.
A new show highlights the contributions of designers of African descent, from Jackie Kennedy’s first wedding gown to Michelle Obama’s Carpool Karaoke garb.
We’ve seen a lot of minis, micros, nanos and so forth in recent weeks, as well as an ample helping of oversized designer totes.
For its final show of the year, Karl Lagerfeld brought the French couture brand back home in high style.
The chairman of the luxury group Richemont said the disappearance of traditional skills had prompted him to act.
Sophie Hallette has been added to Chanel’s specialty métiers d’art group.
The Virgin Mary and Barbie are both constructed fantasies, differing slightly in that one is immaculate and the other is impeccable.
Mr. Holiday, who was an aggressive marketer for Dov Charney’s American Apparel, has repackaged a 2,300-year-old philosophy as a self-help strategy for professional athletes, tech entrepreneurs and hip-hop artists.
If you have old ideas about Tory Burch as a line full of logo medallions and sensible preppiness, it’s probably long past time to be a little more open-minded about what Burch and her team are doing at the ever-expanding, ever-evolving contemporary brand they’ve built into an empire. The logos and well-scrubbed conventionality still exist within the brand’s accessories line, of course, but that’s true for a lot of brands whose scale requires that they maximize the number of consumers they reach–after all, women need things they can carry to work and that will look presentable for more than a season or two.
The actress shares her makeup routine — she loves a lip tint — and her favorite workout. (Hint: It’s great for the bum.)
At 87, a man whose images captured presidents, celebrities and royalty is enjoying tributes galore. But will he be welcome at the president-elect’s White House?
You’d think bag lovers would be easy to shop for, but that’s often not the case. An interest in designer accessories often brings one to the point of obsession with rarities, discontinued styles or colors, limited editions and exotics, and finding just the right piece to satisfy that kind of wish list can be tricky and time-consuming. If that describes either you or a very lucky person on your holiday shopping list, your best opportunity to pick up a dream handbag has arrived: the Christie’s Handbags & Accessories December Online Auction
The creepiest of the creepy, as explained by the wailing and/or unamused children on Santa’s lap. Because kids know…
Although Vogue has a questionable history when it comes to predicting It Bags (the publication tends to be far too generous with the label and far too willing to give it to weird, editorial-centric designs that no one would ever expect to catch on with consumers in a major way), it’s always worth taking a look at what America’s fashion Bible thinks might perform well. Reading handbag tea leaves is not an exact science for anyone, after all, and Vogue at least has the advantage of seeing all the best of the best when it comes to global fashion. Yesterday, the magazine’s site gave cult brand Sacai’s first-ever handbag line a glowing review, and we can sort of see why
With a new-look, globalized event, plus Marilyn Manson and Ralph Lauren, Britain attempts to position itself as an arbiter of international style.
Last week at Art Basel Miami Beach, Dior officially unveiled its “Dior Lady Art Project.”
When the temperatures drop, eccentricity and personality become endangered in the all-black, heavy winter-wear herds of the concrete jungle.
When it was announced that Lady Gaga would perform at 2016′s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show , we were pretty confident that it would be a show to remember. The “Joanne” songstress is a born entertainer, and any time she shows off her skills, it’s a treat – not to mention she’s already got runway experience thanks to designer Marc Jacobs. But while we expected one heck of a show, we didn’t know there’d be a surprise like what Gaga pulled off.
While posing for a professional photographer promises a quality picture, and Instagramming selfies can be personal , nothing captures a candid moment like an instant camera. The softer lens provides a mystical touch and the look of flawless skin, and we’re sure the Victoria’s Secret Angels can attest. Before taking the runway , the models got playful for a Fujifilm camera, resulting in the 22 exclusive snaps below.
For the past few months, there’s been one accessory Lady Gaga rarely leaves home without: a wide-brim, Gladys Tamez hat. The star’s been pairing them with a variety of her outfits, and while she seems to favor the pink design that appeared on her Joanne album cover , she’s stepped out in yellow and dark colored options as well. To some, the piece may seem somewhat tame – versatile and pretty normal for Gaga.