Monthly Archives: August 2015

Walter Steiger Launches E-commerce

After a big retail push stateside a few years ago, Walter Steiger will turn its eye to e-commerce to attract the American consumer.

Tracy Feith Designs Warm Wholesale Line for Spring 2016

The Los Angeles-based designer has been tapped by NoLIta retailer for its first wholesale collection, set to debut during New York Fashion Week.

Givenchy Opening to Public for New York Show

Riccardo Tisci will open the doors of his New York Fashion Week runway show to 1,200 lucky "real people."

Harold Koda to Retire from Costume Institute Next Year

He plans to retire early next year.

Lakme Fashion Week: Fantasy Grounded in Reality

While the range of designs in general appears to have grown — from wedding styles to more experimentation with minimalist and colorblocking — there was also a greater level of freedom of expression.

Would You Trade a Kidney for Yeezys?


On Thursday, Michigan resident Matt Neal a posted a photo of a pair of Kanye West–designed Yeezy Boost 350s on top of a dialysis machine (both to his own Facebook page and in the group WDYWT? — that’s "What Did You Wear Today") with a caption suggesting he’d trade the coveted shoes … More »

Olsens to Show The Row Spring Collection in Paris

Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen canceled their New York show.

See Lisa Frank’s Early Paintings


Before her signature designs became the desired school-supply motif of children the world over, Lisa Frank was just another artist with Pop Art influences and fancy art-school training. In a great and rare interview with Foundations, Frank discusses her career beginnings and shares examples of the early, colorful, acrylic paintings … More »

Motherlode Blog: What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Alcohol: Binge Drinking.

You may have talked with your children about drinking. But have you talked about the way teenagers really drink?


Doing Karaoke With Tori Kelly


As you probably saw last night, Tori Kelly sings runs that can melt your face off. The 22-year-old YouTube-bred pop star can turn every Yeah into an endless, acrobatic Yeaaaeeeeaaaaaeeeaaooahaaoaoaoah, as if she has an entire gospel choir living in her throat. She got her start deploying that signature melisma doing cover … More »