By Dorothy Crouch | January 21, 2022
Celebrating the female surf community, the QQuiksilver Women's x Club98 Capsule was recently released as a collaboration between the Huntington Beach, Calif., brand and the global organization of ocean lovers.
Vans is celebrating Earth Day with a new Eco Positivity Collection as well as highlighting its commitment to being more sustainable and eco-friendlier.
The 85th annual Fashion Scholarship Fund gala brought together the fashion industry to celebrate the newest class of upcoming designers, merchandisers and fashion and retail industry students.
DC Shoes has partnered with The Andy Warhol Foundation to create a custom footwear and apparel collection that celebrates the legacy and art of Andy Warhol.
H&M is releasing a new sustainable line of baby clothes that can be composted once they are old and worn out.
Coinciding with the beginning of The Masters Tournament, Steve Madden has announced the release of the brand’s first golf shoe.
Grammy-winning artist Lizzo has announced the release of her new shapewear line, Yitty, in partnership with Fabletics.
Euphoria star Storm Reid has launched her latest swimwear collaboration with Pacsun under her Storm Reid x Pacsun ArashiBlu Collection.
Disney’s “Cruella” won the Academy Award for Best Costume Design at the 94th Academy Awards ceremony.
Activewear brand lululemon has launched Blissfeel, the company’s first-ever running shoe and entrance into the footwear market.
Colombian musician Maluma has partnered with Macy’s to launch his first-ever fashion collection, Royalty by Maluma, available exclusively at Macy’s.
Vestiaire Collective SA, an online marketplace for desirable pre-loved fashion, has announced the acquisition of resale fashion industry pioneer Tradesy.
Microsoft and Mojang Studios has announced a new partnership with Lacoste to launch a Minecraft x Lacoste apparel collection featuring activewear, accessories and footwear.
The California Market Center has launched a new Farmers Market in the L.A. Fashion District that offers a selection of seasonal, organic and sustainable produce from local farms, gourmet food products, food, coffee and tea vendors and more.
In celebration of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day on March 8th, Saks has announced a campaign that spotlights unique visionaries and groundbreaking designers.
Using damaged designer goods and leather scraps, Spark*l Bands creates fashionable bands for smartwatches that stray from the smartwatch band that only offers functionality but doesn’t offer much in the way of looks.