A MANOLO BLAHNIK DOCUMENTARY IN THE WORKS

Long regarded as a genius in the footwear industry, Manolo Blahnik’s life is being given the documentary film treatment. The upcoming feature is titled Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards, and its release date is set for September 15th of this year. The docu was masterminded by director Michael Roberts, a confidante of… continue reading →

How This Powerhouse Turned Her Fashion Styling Business into an Empire

Irma Martinez is the biggest Latina stylist working today—from album and magazine covers with stars like Pitbull and Sofia Vergara to the Latin Grammys to the Latin Billboard Awards, she’s done it all. But decades ago, when she was laid off from her job working in public relations (and eventually the wardrobe department) at a… continue reading →

BREAKING NEWS: Michael Kors Closing Up to 125 Stores As Sales Plummet

Michael Kors (KORS, -0.24%) is closing up to 125 stores this year as it continues to partially unwind an aggressive expansion that had served it well when its namesake brand was hot. The upscale brand reported on Wednesday that sales at stores open at least a year (comparable sales) fell 14.1% in its most recent quarter,… continue reading →

The Future of Fashion with Alexa Chung in New York Full Series

Vogue has dispatched contributing editor Alexa Chung to investigate the state of fashion today in her series “The Future of Fashion.” Alexa Chung will be talking to everyone from current fashion students to the heads of major design houses, via journalists, buyers and all the workers in between. Watch as Alexa Chung try to find… continue reading →

IMMIGRANTS OF THE FASHION INDUSTRY HAVE A POWERFUL MESSAGE FOR TRUMP

The fashion industry has a few choice words in response to President Donald Trump’s anti-immigration policies ― four words, to be exact. Eighty-one members of the industry banded together to declare “I am an immigrant” in the video above, including Adriana Lima, Grace Coddington, Diane Von Furstenberg and Prabal Gurung. According to organizers at W… continue reading →