Fashion & Style - NYTimes
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In 2017, H&M, Dove, and Zara were just a few of the global companies that faced backlash because of racist accusations, marketing, and cultural appropriation.
In the midst of all the controversy, people are tired of supporting these brands and more and more folks are turning to small black-owned businesses for better service and products.
The actress talked about her film "Adrift" and the unexpected second series of "Big Little Lies.
Young people are radically changing how we think about violence, consent and gender. Antioch College is where much of the conversation started.
In her directorial debut, Half Magic, women fight misogyny in Hollywood with witchcraft.
Jo Jones, a PR and beauty director, and her friend, beauty columnist and writer Sali Hughes, were, they say, partly motivated to act after hearing how teenage girls were "rolling their own" tampons because they couldn't afford sanitary products.
The pair, who both work in the beauty industry, were appalled by what is sometimes known as period poverty.
What Johnny Weir packed for the Olympics, Gucci's cyborgs and more.
Editor's Note: The following is a guest post from Brett Hyman, president of NVE Experience Agency.
As marketers, we're used to fighting the fear of missing out always connecting, watching and following the conversation to ensure we're not whiffing on valuable opportunities.
The large-size model with four million Instagram followers said she believes aspiration "should not be a look, but a feeling.
After an incident in Palm Beach, Fla., the countess is working on her sobriety, revising her cabaret show and preparing for a likely Season 10 on Bravo.
The creative director of Moschino puts finishing touches on his kaleidoscopic fall/winter 2018 collection.
Through another tie-up with the University of Technology in the Netherlands, van Herpen is helping to advance 3-D printing and other techniques.
The Italian brand has pledged $500,000 to the March for Our Lives rally.
You don't need a big budget to learn from these big-budget brands.
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Designers cited an amped up push on sustainable fabrics, while Premire Vision Paris presented an enlarged Wearable Lab Village.
After the death of a pet and the forced sale of her home, combined with a bad case of seasonal affective disorder, a writer heads south and keeps running.
Soft fabrications and modern evolutions on shine were among the other ruling fabric trends at the Premire Vision Paris and Texworld Paris shows.
Called Tod's Factory, it eyes a younger customer and involves dropping capsules and limited-edition collections every month.
Marni's creative director captures his inspirations in 10 dreamlike images.
The event will be held on May 25.
The collection, created around Black History Month, is the second between Elizabeth Birkett Gibbs' label No Sesso and Bephie.