Bra startup True&Co sold to Calvin Klein owner PVH

True&Co., an e-commerce company founded with the mission of disrupting the lingerie industry by creating a new business model for selling bras and other undergarments, has been sold. Phillips Van Heusen (PVH), owner of Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Izod, among other iconic brands, has acquired the startup and plans to use it to move deeper into online sales and big ... Read More »

Olivier Rousteing Puts Balmain Men’s Wear on the Runway

PARIS — Outside the gates of the Hôtel Potocki in the Eighth Arrondissement, they lined up by the dozen, iPhones raised, recording, waiting. Men’s fashion week, unlike its sister week for women, doesn’t often break into the public consciousness. The celebrities are fewer here, the awareness slighter. Apart from a few N.B.A. players popping up with Whac-a-Mole regularity (Amar’e Stoudemire ... Read More »

3 Cool Fashion Jobs You Never Knew Existed—and How to Get Them

Thousands of people dream about a career in fashion, but those dreams usually revolve around becoming a stylist, designer, or editor. But the U.S. apparel market is worth more than $225 billion, so it’s a given that there are hundreds of different types of jobs that keep the machine humming along—most of which you’ve probably never thought about thanks to the fact that they’re more behind ... Read More »

The 18 Essentials Every California Girl Owns

There’s something effortlessly cool about California style. It could be the constant sunshine or maybe the bohemian history that makes girls from the Golden State seem so chic and carefree; but whatever it is, we want to bring some of that breeziness to our wardrobes too. So, we did a little digging to break down exactly what it is about ... Read More »

Review: ‘Killer Heels’ exhibit is a world of fashion and fetishes

“Aeronaut Pilot of Survivor Ship Armada, Decision” is an installation by Virgil Ortiz in the “Killer Heels” show. When TV’s Ed Sullivan greeted viewers he often said “Tonight we have a really big shoe” or at least that’s the way it sounded. The Albuquerque Museum’s “Killer Heels – The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe” exhibition is a really big show, ... Read More »

Business of fashion on strict catwalk – Women stars push the limits of Wimbledon dress code

London, June 29: The dress code may be notoriously strict but as the world’s best women tennis players exit the Wimbledon locker room this week their dresses will be both catwalk statement and rebellion. Centre Court fashion seems not to have moved on much for men since Fred Perry, the British three-time Wimbledon champion, launched his now classic polo shirt ... Read More »