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PARIS JACKSON’S INEVITABLE FIRST ‘VOGUE’ COVER IS HERE

Photo: Patrick Demarchelier/Vogue Australia It's only been a month since her first Teen Vogue cover was revealed, and Paris Jackson has already moved onto the big leagues. The IMG-signed 19-year-old's first official Vogue cover was bestowed upon her by the Australian edition of the fashion bible for the July 2017 issue. The up-and-coming model, actress and daughter
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DOLCE & GABBANA CASTS CORINNE FOXX AND LORI HARVEY IN FALL AD CAMPAIGN

Photo: Luca and Alessandro Morelli for Dolce & Gabbana When Italian maximalist designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana aren't busy dressing/fawning over First Lady Melania Trump or staging fake political protests to promote/sell their #Boycott Dolce & Gabbana T-shirts, they're searching the globe for the most attractive, most well-connected up-and-comers of the Millennial generation. Over the
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J.W. ANDERSON’S SNEAKY NEW STRATEGY, MEET GWYNETH PALTROW’S GOOP-TROOP

Gwyneth Paltrow laughing all the way to the bank. Photo: Mike Windle/Getty Images for Airbnb Getty These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday. J.W. Anderson gets sneaky with Converse J.W. Anderson is hopping on the sneaker collab bandwagon: Designer Jonathan Anderson will debut a long-term unisex collaboration with Converse's Chuck Taylors at Florence's Pitti Uomo showcase,
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MUST READ: NIKE CUTS MORE THAN 1,000 JOBS, KIM KARDASHIAN ACCUSED OF WEARING BLACKFACE

Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images Nike cuts two percent of its workforceSportswear giant Nike is cutting about 1,400 jobs, or two percent of its workforce, as part of an overhaul intended to speed up the product development process and beat competitors like Adidas and Under Armour. {Business of Fashion} Is Kim Kardashian wearing blackface in her new beauty
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Lidl follows luxury lobster rush with Heidi Klum clothing range

Supermarket chain Lidl is to sell clothes by supermodel Heidi Klum, adding a "high-end" fashion brand. Supermarket chain Lidl is to sell clothes by supermodel Heidi Klum, adding a "high-end" fashion brand to its aisles just months after luring in middle-class shoppers with deluxe £2.99 lobsters. Ramping up its push to be seen as more than just a discount