Fashion

Forget about aftershow parties: Milan Fashion Week was a digital affair with little to no occasion for cocktail sipping, small talk and gourmet canapés. Consumers have also become accustomed to partying remotely via Zoom, but hopefully there will be a time when dressing up to go to a club will be back, and Milan’s designers
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“Were you silent, or were you silenced?” asked Oprah Winfrey to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in the couple’s forthcoming interview about their experience of royal life. Markle might have cautioned from opening up in Oprah’s interview teaser, but wearing her mother-in-law’s diamond tennis bracelet said more than enough. During the interview, Markle wears a
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Reformation is getting into the activewear game.  The Los Angeles-based ready-to-wear brand, known for its assortment of sustainable women’s apparel, is expanding into activewear with the Ref Active collection. “Activewear was always part of the road map,” Hali Borenstein, chief executive officer of Reformation, told WWD. “When we think about product expansion, we think, where
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While there won’t be a traditional red carpet at this year’s Golden Globes ceremony, the award show’s trademark glitz and glamour will remain steadfast, as always. Typically, we’d watch our favorite film and television stars spill out of their limousines decked out in jewels and jaw-dropping designer gowns, and 2021 won’t be that different—except, of course,
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Cosabella is getting into the beauty business.  The luxury lingerie brand is floating into the category with “Color Scents,” or fragrances that correspond with different colored innerwear pieces in seasonal hues. The inaugural scent, the Cosabella x Litoralle Aromatica No. 1 Sole, a partnership with Los Angeles-based perfumery Litoralle Aromatica, makes its debut today, with
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RYKIEL’S RETURN: Sonia Rykiel’s brand reboot made its debut with an online presentation Sunday, showing leggy models in snug, knit tops in the label’s trademark stripes and HotPants, prancing around the ornate Palais Brogniart in Paris. Broadcast through Instagram, the video clip shows a sporty, youthful lineup of knitwear — short cardigans, loose sweaters, cropped
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During this mostly digital fashion season, designers have gotten creative with format, making narrative short films, enlisting model personalities, big-name directors and “Saturday Night Live” celebrities to present and make noise with their collections. But not Tom Ford, out here in Hollywood; he let his clothes do the talking, releasing men’s and women’s look books
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