Fashion's most quoteable, at it again.
Fans of PBS' much-talked-about series "Downton Abbey" on "Masterpiece" often want to read more about the Edwardian era and World War I.
DKNY Times is getting a facelift.
The brand's in-house blog has been redesigned, complete with a cleaner modern look, top navigation bar access to exclusive content including the nymag.com sponsored "Where to Wear," and weekly agenda listings of upcoming New York events.
WhoWhatWear.com is getting a makeover. The celebrity fashion site, founded by Katherine Power and Hillary Kerr, relaunched today with a whole new look and new features which according to Power are designed to give readers what they have been asking for: more content.
I've never seen a full episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" but it's impossible to not feel like you know the Jenner-Kardashian clan given that WWD has covered its every move in the retail and apparel world and that it's in all of the weeklies, well, weekly (never mind the real-time blogs, web sites and social media outlets).
Lucky Magazine has tapped a a string of celebrities and designers for its second annual Lucky Fashion and Beauty Blogger conference.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's The Row is getting a cyber makeover with a
redesigned web site launching today.
If you've found yourself wanting to know more about Rachel Zoe's
clothing line (or you're in withdrawal from The Rachel Zoe Project ),
you're in luck.
Histoire, a socially conscious online retailer aimed at "redefining
luxury by embracing a dual mission of celebrating the beauty in the
handmade and promoting social and environmental sustainability," launched today.
Rue La La launches the latest leg of its Rue Local endeavor today with Rue Los Angeles.