It was another goodbye for New York Fashion Week on Friday with the announcement that Carolina Herrera, queen of elegance and favorite of US first ladies, is stepping down as chief designer of her eponymous label.
Lindex has teamed up with eight young artists in a new initiative merging art, fashion and female empowerment. Each piece is inspired by artworks celebrating women, and aims to encourage shoppers to express themselves.
For the first time, the international competition for young designers has allowed anybody to apply through its website. The Woolmark Company is also launching a new prize for students in a partnership with Adidas.
"Fashion Month" -- the name given to the seasonal ready-to-wear womenswear shows taking over the catwalks of New York, London, Milan and Paris -- is upon us, and the street style circuit is about to explode.
ANDAM has revealed the name of the winners’ mentor for this year’s emerging designer prize: Pierre-Yves Roussel, a member of LVMH's executive committee, who will oversee the competition this year for the second time.
Orijit Sen of the Indian craft clothing brand People Tree has accused Christian Dior of plagiarising one of its textile designs, after it appeared on the cover of this month’s Elle magazine worn by Sonam Kapoor.
Dutch designer Martijn van Strien and his initiative The Post-Couture Collective have won a Henry van de Velde award. The Belgian prize celebrates positive impact on the economy and society through design.
Eco-Age has launched a new project connecting designers and artisans from the Commonwealth’s 52 countries. The project will see designers collaborate on a series of looks which will be presented in London in February.