One of the creative masterminds behind Fenty is part of a group of new owners aiming to reboot LA Fashion Week with new formats and ties to entertainment, beauty and wellness.
Victoria’s Secret & Co. will bring its fashion show back as a feature-length film this fall after a four-year hiatus, showcasing artists and designers from around the world.
A new generation of brands, including Adore Me and Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty, are experimenting with the concept, but creating an extravaganza on the level of Victoria's Secrets' shows may be permanently out of reach.
The American artist is launching a new brand called Yitty with Fabletics focused on celebrating shapewear rather than hiding it beneath clothes. But a celebrity-backed line doesn’t guarantee success.
Jessica Simpson, Sean Combs and other early-aughts superstars turned moguls are itching for a comeback. But much has changed about the celebrity fashion business.