What a dazzling exhibit! The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents “Jewelry: The Body Transformed,” from Nov. 12, 2018, to Feb. 24, 2019.
Last Friday’s WatchTime event, held at Manhattan’s Gotham Hall, began with a sold-out cocktail party.
New York fashion designer Tom Ford pushes boundaries of fashion and beauty at his shows.
At Amsterdam Fashion Week, Netherlands’ designer Rushemy Botter created a fashion furor. New to the circuit, Botter presented a sophisticated, street-cultured collection.
It has been reported that “Black Panther” star Michael B. Jordan has been named the first man to become the face of the American fashion brand Coach.
NANA JUDY’s spring/summer ’19 collection, presented at Spring Studios for New York Fashion Week, was inspired by the confident, carefree attitude of the young and free. This designer’s collection received wonderful applause as each model stepped down the runway. The ...
Italian designer Chiara Boni learned the secrets of the female figure while working at the Parisian ateliers of established couturiers. In the art of design, she is a self-taught creator. Fusing these two points of view resulted in Boni’s collections ...
It’s been a decade since producers of BET’s ambitious reality series “Harlem Heights” were seen shooting at some of the area’s favorite hotspots.
When it comes to Hollywood glamour, the designers who create it best are Badgley Mischka.
For fall 2018, handbags take center stage. The more eccentric the design, the better.
Taoray Wang’s spring/summer ’19 show exuded elegance at every level.
Anna Sui’s collection takes you on a creative journey unparalleled in the world of fashion.
At the Industria venue in New York City, Azerbaijani designer Rufat Ismayil made his New York Fashion Week debut and introduced a fabulous collection for the label Afffair.
Harlem Fashion Week kicked off Sept. 6, 2018, with an opening night charity gala that was quite a success.
Despite raindrops falling from the clouds, Brooklyn natives and guests joined the 2018 Essence Street Style party in Brooklyn.