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It’s a good day for sexy. It boy designer, LaQuan Smith, has launched his first-ever capsule collection with REVOLVE. The debut collection features eight-pieces including matching separates in mesh,...

New York City will be entering Phase 2 of their reopening on Monday, June 22, Governor Andrew Cuomo said today. Phase 2 means that restaurants and bars can offer outdoor dining along with the return...

Is this good news we see? Target is introducing a salary update and new benefits to their employees. The company announced today they will permanently raise the minimum wage from $13 to $15 per hour...

The House of Givenchy has appointed Matthew M. Williams as their new creative director. Williams will be presenting his first collection in Paris in October and he’ll be taking on both men and women’s. “I...

Michael Kors is shaking things up in a big way. Today the company announced they will not be presenting a show during NYFW in September. Their Spring 2021 collection will be presented sometime between...

Watch out Kylie! Kanye West filed a trademark application on June 2nd for an assortment of skin-care, makeup, fragrance and personal-care products under his Yeezy label, according to the U.S. Patent...

Summer body can wait, but new shoes can’t! With the sunny warm weather upon us, it is time to up your footwear game, here are some chic styles to consider, ranging from practical to an evening out...

After a splashy opening last year, Neiman Marcus is considering pulling out of Hudson Yards or downsizing, according to a report in WWD today. The Neiman Marcus Group filed for bankruptcy reorganization...

What a week! Here are the top hires, departures and new representations.  1. Samira Nasr is now the editor in chief at Harper’s Bazaar U.S. 2. Leandra Medine Cohen is stepping back at Man Repeller. 3....

Fashion insiders were buzzing last night when The New York Times dropped a piece about the culture at Condé Nast, “Can Anna Wintour Survive the Social Justice Movement?” The article looked at...

Looking for some good news? Today, Gucci announced their 2020 class of Gucci North America Changemakers Scholarships recipients. 20 deserving students from diverse backgrounds, who are pursing various...

Leandra Medine Cohen announced late Wednesday that she is stepping back from Man Repeller after readers called her out for a lack of diversity in content and employees. She received backlash for a...

Shop while supporting a cause! More fashion brands are working towards making changes for the better and showing solidarity towards the BLM movement by donating a percentage of their sales proceeds...

Joan Smalls made a powerful plea to the fashion industry today that this is the moment to step up to the plate.  The IMG Model recorded a must-see 5-minute video and wrote a message on Instagram where...

Bon Appétit editor in chief, Adam Rapoport, resigned yesterday after a 2004 photo of him and his wife, Simone Shubuck, in brownface resurfaced on Twitter. He received widespread backlash from current...

The latest example of ingenuity during quarantine is InStyle’s July cover of Alicia Keys, which was photographed by her husband Swizz Beatz and sons Egypt, 9, and Genesis, 5. Inside the issue she...

Anna Wintour has addressed race issues with her staff at Vogue in an email obtained by Page Six. The email was sent to staffers last Thursday and included the admission of mistakes when it comes to...

Despite their best efforts to postpone Coachella to October of this year, it doesn’t look like festival organizers are moving forward with that plan. This week, the parent company for Goldenvoice,...

Zadig & Voltaire has partnered with Black Art In America, the Georgia based organization whose mission is to document, preserve and promote the contributions of the African American arts community....

The wait is over! Hearst Magazines announced today that Samira Nasr has been named editor in chief of Harper’s Bazzar’s US edition where she replaces Glenda Bailey, who resigned earlier this year....