Monthly Archives: January 2018

Paris Couture Booms as High Spenders Flock Back

Leading couture houses reported healthy growth, fueled by the emergence of a new generation interested in buying made-to-measure creations.

Ralph Lauren Unveils 2018 Olympic Opening Ceremony Uniforms

Polo Ralph Lauren designed the U.S. Olympic Team’s Opening Ceremony Uniforms.

Retailers Cheer Hedi Slimane’s Return to Céline

“I am enchanted, what a great choice,” Karl Lagerfeld enthused.

Catching Up With Jane Birkin Before She Takes Carnegie Hall

The bohemian provocateur on singing Gainsbourg and the “gratuitous nakedness of my good self.”

The Real-Estate Agent Who Used to Model

“I was a model for ten years and was photographed with Givenchy for WWD.”

Nordstrom’s First NYC Store, Wooden Lamps and a Boutique From Biggie’s Daughter

What’s new in New York stores.

The Women’s March One Year Later: Through the Eyes of an Organizer

“I think it’s time that we be able to have a say in how our government is run and how society treats us.”

Hermès’ Petit h Hosts Ateliers

The house’s Left Bank boutique showcased its artisans’ work and linked it to culinary delights.

‘Power to the Polls’ Rally Launches Nationwide Voter Registration Campaign

Speakers included Cecile Richards, Linda Sarsour, Kimberlé Crenshaw, and Alicia Garza.

Grace Wales Bonner Breaks Into Women’s Wear

The London-based men’s designer posted an image of a model wearing a white tailored shirt jacket with black trousers and wrote in the caption “Introducing Wales Bonner Women’s Wear.”