News and Articles About Fashion Design
These young designers are throwing a wrench into the fashion industry by doing things like helping to save the planet and introducing inclusive trends.
This year, its founders expect to sell 6 million units -- up from 8,000 in 2011.
100 Brilliant Companies
Fans of accessories, food, shoes or formal attire and more should keep their eyes on these startups.
Radicals and Visionaries
Coco Chanel, a French orphan, recreated herself into one of the world's most iconic and famous designers who invented a look, a brand and an empire that flourishes to this day.
This fashion label is loved by country folks and city slickers.
Stylish stainless-steal water bottles have earned celebrities and high-end stores as fans.
At a time when the national conversation about gender and sexuality is at fever pitch, one couple has created a line of jeans that look masculine but are designed to fit women.
A modern footwear company reimagines classic styles.
The menswear brand Public Rec was launched by a sweatpants aficionado on a mission to make loungewear look less like PJs.
Luxury handbag maker Dagne Dover has seen more than $1 million in direct-to-consumer sales through its online store.
Cecile Reinaud, founder of UK-based maternity line Seraphine, has already dressed British royalty and many of Hollywood's biggest stars.
As part of 3-D Print Week in New York, a group of 12 design teams came together to showcase their futuristic work.
M.Gemi offers Italian-made designer shoes for women for between $128 and $298, roughtly one-third the cost of comparable quality brands.
After a brief but dramatic run, C. Wonder has shuttered the last of its stores.