Monthly Archives: February 2019

Fall in Full Swing at New York Women’s Trade Shows

WWD checked out Designers & Agents, Coterie, Woman, Capsule and Cabana.

Gap Plans to Spin Off Old Navy After a Dismal Year

Old Navy will become its own public company, while Gap will form another public company made up of its namesake label and its other brands like Banana Republic.

Margaret Hayes, Who Championed Young Designers as Head of Fashion Group International, Dies

Hayes made the switch from a successful retail career to Fashion Group International in 1994.

Jasper Conran to Buy Yves Saint Laurent’s Moroccan Villa

The proceeds of the sale will benefit the nonprofit Fondation Jardin Majorelle, which oversees the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Morocco.

Fashion Channels the Clashing Emotions of the Moment

Romance and paranoia at Prada, Van Noten and Margiela.

Christian Kimber Wins Australia’s National Designer Award

Savile Row-trained, Melbourne-based and already tapped by Lane Crawford in Hong Kong, Kimber is one to watch.

24-Year-Old Woman Delivers Stillborn Baby in ICE Custody

Days after the 24-year-old went into premature labor, she was released from ICE detention.

Life as a Runway: What 8 Workers Wore to Their Wall Street Construction Site

“You do not want to have something penetrate the bottom of your foot.”

I Can’t Wait to Wear This Beauty Look in 8 Months

I can’t wait to wear it eight months from now.

Virginia First Lady Gave Black Children Cotton, Asked Them to ‘Imagine Being a Slave’

She reportedly also handed them pieces of raw cotton.