After Paris Couture, There's a Lot Going On
Serena Williams wins big at Wimbledon, Pokémon Go takes over, and Mr. Robot, Reed Krakoff, and more make comebacks.
Getting a bit of a reshuffle: CEO and chief creative officer Christopher Bailey has been named president of Burberry, while Céline’s Marco Gobbetti will take over as CEO.
Model and British fashion personality Alexa Chung plans to launch her own ready-to-wear label, Alexachung, to arrive in stores in May 2017. If Justin O’Shea can make the transition from personal style to the design table…
W Fashion Market and Accessories Director Rickie De Sole recalls her favorite moments and favorite looks from this year’s action-packed couture.
There might be Pokémon in your pantry thanks to Pokémon Go, the new virtual reality app from the Japanese video game. But, if anything, the game is too popular — so popular the game can’t really keep up with it.
The designer emerges at last! After quietly shuttering his eponymous brand last year (and after 16 years of creative direction at Coach, which came to an end in 2013), Krakoff has now announced he’ll collaborate with Tiffany & Co. on a new line.
May, the U.K. home secretary, is currently unopposed to become Britain’s second female Prime Minister after her only opponent, energy minister Andrea Leadsom, dropped out of the contest Monday.
The former Danity Kane member who now records as D∆WN talks striking out on her own, P. Diddy, and more.
The acclaimed USA series starring Rami Malek made a surprise return Sunday night, dropping the first half of the two-part season two premiere — but just for the night. In typical hacker style, it’s now gone from the internet, leaving a trail of tweets in its wake.
The tennis champion added another success to her list — with her win at Wimbledon, she’s won 22 Grand Slam titles for singles. Which basically puts her in a pretty good position going into the Olympics.
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