In Her Latest Collection, Catherine Gee Has Fun With Summer ’24 Designs While Maintaining Core Style
By Dorothy Crouch, Contributing Writer | February 8, 2024
For her Summer ’24 collection, Catherine Gee stepped out of her comfort zone with bright, unexpected prints and silhouettes that provide fresh looks to her luxury brand. These new designs and colorways illustrate how Gee’s evolution as a designer has afforded a window into her playful side.
Whether it be moving from dark to light or dusk to dawn, the 2025 Colour of the Year gives designers, such as Dior, the freedom to express their own visions of this period of immense change.
Two powerhouse institutions of higher learning—Arizona State University in Phoenix and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in downtown Los Angeles—have joined forces...
There’s no shortage of leisurewear in the marketplace, which means the consumer gets to play an elevated game. Instead of grabbing any old generic brand for everyday basics, the savvy shopper can choose a small company with a story that resonates.
Revolve Group returned to the desert April 15–16 with the sixth edition of its Revolve Festival in Thermal, Calif., as the fashion retailer celebrated its 20th anniversary.
During its March 16–19 run at The Majestic Downtown, Art Hearts Fashion welcomed fresh design voices to the Los Angeles Fashion Week runway while honoring veteran designers.
“Life is short and art is long,” runs an old saying. Put in clothing terms, we might say that fashion is ever-changing but art is eternal...
The iconic five-pocket blue jean invented by Levi Strauss turns the big one-five-oh...
Unique and chic met Feb. 13–16 at the Caesars Forum for the Womenswear In Nevada show.
On March 4, the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising’s FIDM Museum hosted its annual preview of the “Art of Costume Design in Film”...
TV host and former bachelorette JoJo Fletcher collaborated with RESA on a Spring collection inspired by her favorite silhouettes, styles, floral prints and personal memories.
Art Hearts Fashion began its 10-year anniversary of producing shows during New York Fashion Week with a Feb. 9–12 run at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
In a time of crisis, how can we positively promote slow values adapted to changing consumption patterns?
Kevan Hall unveiled his Faceted collection at New York Fashion Week drawing inspiration from Dame Shirley Bassey, the Welsh singer best know for the title song of the James Bond movie “Diamonds Are Forever.”
When Antonino Laspina joined the Italian Trade Agency in 1981, dawn was just breaking on the designer era and fashionistas could sip their morning cappuccinos with the proud knowledge that they knew who Giorgio Armani was and that with any luck he’d never become a common household name.
Triarchy’s Resort 2023 collection elevates denim to a luxury level with classic silhouettes and elegant details while aligning with the brand’s lofty, sustainable expectations.