July 15, 1997 marks the 20th anniversary of fashion designer Gianni Versace's murder. But even his untimely death could not put an end to his sartorial vision, which continues to reverberate in all facets of the fashion and entertainment industry.
With New York Fashion Week kicking off today, what better time to check in with two-time Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover model Carol Alt to get her take on the industry?
To celebrate a day dedicated to putting a lid on your lid, we're taking a look at some of history's most famous hat wearers.
Helena Rubinstein was a self-made woman who transformed herself from a young Polish immigrant into the founder of a global beauty brand. This winter, a first-of-its-kind exhibition at the Jewish Museum in New York recreates Rubinstein’s world from her business to her art collection to her unique personal style.
Fashion Week 2014 is underway in New York City. Meet 9 style icons whose influence endures across decades.
The fashion icon is having a yard sale this week and you’re invited.
On this day in 1997, Italian designer Gianni Versace was murdered on the steps of his home by serial killer Andrew Cunanan.
The Belgian-American fashion designer takes on the world of tech as she continues celebrating the iconic dress that put her name on the map.
They are one of the most frocked-up couples in the celebrity universe, and now that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are officially nuptializing in Italy this weekend, we decided to look back on how fashion has kept their love burning!