First, it was Lucky. Then came Traveler. Now, Condé Nast's artistic director Anna Wintour has her sights set on Glamour magazine. According to the New York Times “a creative director at [a competing company] was approached about
The Costume Institute exhibition "Punk: Chaos to Couture" closed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Wednesday as one of the top five of the institute's most successful exhibitions. The show had a total of 442,350 visitors during its run
Alexander McQueen’s signature skull print scarf is receiving a makeover courtesy of Damien Hirst.
The house tapped the English artist, whose diamond-encrusted skull called “For the Love of God” made headlines in 2007, to create a
Distorted tiger stripe print pieces, luxurious fur trimmed outerwear, edgy leather and splattered accessories--a collection with articles this effortlessly teetering between high fashion and urban street modernity can only come from one
Edie Campbell has reigned in some huge campaigns this season, including Lanvin, Jil Sander, and Marc Jacobs, but her new turn as the face of Alexander McQueen can be described in one word: regal.
After walking in the Fall 2013 show for