Task forces on task forces on task forces! Can a state ever have too many?
"Let me be clear: This committee will hear Mr. McGahn's testimony, even if we have to go to court to secure it," Nadler says.
The Met Gala cohost channels icons of the past to deliver a message in Gucci and independent designers alike.
As issues of sustainability and ethical responsibility move to the forefront of the industry, more and more brands are striving to enact lasting, positive change. Prada is the latest luxury design house to take a real step toward sustainability. On Wednesday, the Prada Group has announced that as of Spring Summer 2020, Prada, Miu Miu, Church’s and Car Shoe brands will no longer use animal fur in its designs or new products. The existing fur products will be sold until the quantities run...
Just days after Kering vows not to hire any runway models younger than 18, LVMH says 16 is still acceptable.
Kering, the company behind Gucci and Alexander McQueen, said it was "conscious of its influence".
Once associated with sportswear and streetwear labels, graphic T-shirts have been adopted by the world of luxury fashion in recent years. But with knock-off Gucci and Balenciaga easily spotted on the streets, it’s tough to justify which designer tees are worth the investment. Fortunately, for SS19, fashion house’s have been releasing some particularly exciting takes on the logo [
It’s official! After missing the Met Gala (and a hilarious Instagram story insinuating she was home playing with makeup), Rihanna confirmed on Monday she is launching a fashion brand with LVMH. Simply called Fenty, Bad Gal Ri Ri will debut a range of ready-to-wear, accessories, sunglasses, and jewelry next spring.
International arm of China’s state-run CCTV allegedly aired confession forced from Briton
A woman says Vallejo, California, police used a taser on her last month after she and her friends were pulled over because the officers incorrectly thought they were making gun gestures with their hands, in an incident captured on chaotic cellphone video.
MILAN (AP) - The Prada Group has become the latest luxury fashion house to go fur-free. Prada said Wednesday that it will no longer include animal fur in its designs and new products starting from the spring-summer 2020 women's collection, which will be previewed in September. Prada joins Versace, Gucci