fashion design

Tom Ford's show packed celebrities into New York subway station

Tom Ford's Spring-Summer 2020 show during New York Fashion Week was destined to trend. Every aspect seemed perfectly calibrated to captivate the internet. From its location, a disused subway platform in New York's Lower East Side, to the celebrities in the front row -- Miley Cyrus, Russell Westbrook, Joan Smalls -- to the models of the moment on the runway (Gigi Hadid, Lineisy Montero, Kaia Gerber).

2019 MTV VMAs: Watch for Taylor Swift, Jonas Brothers, more

MTV's Video Music Awards are Monday, but speculation about what to expect from the annual (and always unpredictable) celebration go way beyond which artists will take home the coveted Moon Man statues. From races to watch to the anniversary of a very important moment in pop culture, we've rounded up what you need to know before tuning in.

Banana Republic joins clothing rental craze

Rent the Runway upended retail by offering women designer clothes to rent. Now, a wave of leading brands and department stores are following with their own online clothing rental subscriptions to reach younger shoppers who want to borrow their pants, shirts and dresses.

Fashion gaffes show lack of diversity

Last month, fashion house Chanel appointed its first head of diversity and inclusion. Announcing the hire, the French brand said it hoped to provide "momentum" for its "existing diversity and inclusion approach."

Melania Trump mostly silent in Europe but certainly seen

The visit this week of President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump to England, Ireland and France, featured no public speaking engagements from the first lady -- a solo event at 10 Downing Street in London with the husband of Prime Minister Theresa May did not include official remarks.