Stella McCartney Talks Designing Olympic Uniforms

With the opening ceremony for the 2012 summer Olympics just a few days away everyone is gearing up to cheer on their country’s athletes as they compete on the biggest stage in the world. However in the world of fashion a number of designers

have been hearing nothing but boos when it comes to the […]

Paris Puts Its Foot Down in Fashion Week Scheduling Debacle

Just when it looked like this whole mess was about to get straightened out France’s Chambre Sydicale de la Haute Couture has put its foot down, right on top of Milan. For those who haven’t been following the biggest feud in fashion the play by play goes something like this: For the last few years […]

Hermès Moves to Defend Themselves From LVMH

Ah, to live the life of a fashion mogul. While the rest of us save up to buy the hottest new styles for each season, or deal hunt to get the maximum amount of luxury for our buck the men and women who control the most powerful fashion brands in the world engage in an […]

Versace for H&M; The Madness Continues

This weekend saw the official launch of the Versace for H&M collection and now that the fervor has died down a little the reports are in and like Missoni for Target before it, this collection caused plenty of chaos when it went on sale. However unlike the Missoni collection at Target, Versace’s partnership with H&M […]

New York and London Offer to Move Fashion Week Dates

As we reported last month, there was a bit of a misunderstanding between the organizers of the New York, Milan and London Spring 2013 fashion weeks, scheduled for September of next year. The issue was centered around agreement which the governing bodies behind the New York, London, Milan and Paris shows had signed back in […]

Dior’s Designer Search Continues

We have been reporting on this issue for the past six-months and if things keep going they way they have been we will be at it for another six, but the latest industry buzz is that Marc Jacobs will not be heading to Christian Dior. The French Fashion label has been without an experienced creative […] Hits Shelves Today!

If this isn’t the definition of bucking a trend then we don’t know what is: In a world where every passing week sees another magazine or newspaper shrink its print format in favor of starting up an online counterpart, fashion website has released the first issue of their new magazine titled The glossy […]

Introducing Demi-Couture

Move over haute couture, there’s a new couture in town.

As every good fashionista knows online stores and retail websites have changed the way we shop in the 21st century, where it once took weeks to finally see photographs of what came down the runways in New York, Milan and Paris, these days you can […]

Dior Does Fine Without Galliano

It seems rumors of Christian Dior’s fall from grace have been greatly exaggerated. Despite the less-than-kind words many a fashion critic has directed at Dior’s post-Galliano runway shows, now under the control of Galliano’s former collaborator Bill Gaytten, the old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words still rings true and picture painted […]

Miuccia Prada to Meet Elsa Schiaparelli at The Met

Since you are reading a fashion news website we are going to go ahead and assume that you know who Miuccia Prada is, however unless you are versed in the history of 20th century fashion the name Elsa Schiaparelli may not ring any bells. Ms. Schiaparelli was a contemporary of Coco Chanel and one of […]