Tavi Gevinson's first ever styling gig in Blackbook September 2010.
The LBD gets official.
Miranda Kerr admits she's four months pregnant.
Selfridges vs. Dolce & Gabbana.
Love's new girls.
New Accessories Bazaar will display Spring 2011 shoes, bags, and jewelry collections so you can actually see them during Fashion Week.
Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig will answer your red carpet glamour questions in InStyle.
Julia Restoin-Roitfeld's new gigs: face of Lancome, Mark Fast consultant.
September fashion mags earn praise for skewing older this year.
Why Paris and Zac Posen are meant to be.
W Hotels get in on the Fashion Week fun.
Mad Men obsessed? Be sure to check out this Mad Men auction.
Talbots turnaround: this isn't your grandmother's store.
Applications have officially opened for this year's BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund prize.
Is 2010 the year of Tommy Hilfiger?
Calvin Klein wants to ignore meaningless trends.
Topshop opens second Tokyo store September 16.
Marc Jacobs tells Calvin Klein why he's a kilt and white t-shirt kind of guy.
Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen's cult fashion line The Row is launching e-commerce today.
"Yohji Yamamoto: My Dear Bomb," a book of short fiction written by the designer is due out this fall.
Dsquared is opening three new stores this month—in Monte Carlo, Monaco, and Athens and Thesaloniki, Greece.
Thomas Crisp is the first menswear designer to win the British Fashion Council's MA Scholarship.
Henry Holland collaborated on a skiwear collection for Roxy.
Ralph Lauren childrenswear launches an interactive storybook.
Rachel Weisz, Jessica Biel and Eva Mendes all will direct short films for Glamour’s fifth annual Reel Moments series.
After fourteen years at Glamour, Suze Yalof Schwartz is leaving her position as executive fashion editor at large.