Bride-to-be Ysolt Usigan is using Internet sites like Pinterest and Etsy to save time in planning her wedding. Chenda Ngak reports.
With several wardrobe changes per day, Cannes International Film Festival Judge Nicole Kidman leads the way for a parade of couture as eye-catching as the sunset in the French Riviera
According to a study by Initial Washroom Hygiene, handbags have up to ten times the level of microbiological activity on them than an average toilet seat. Willem Marx reports from London.
Celebrity guests at amfAR’s gala this Thursday will be treated to the world’s top models in "The Ultimate Gold Collection Fashion Show," curated by Carine Roitfeld.
Donna Karan’s Urban Zen Foundation is striving to make an impact for artisans affected by Haiti’s 2010 earthquake.
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend - if you’ve got a a cool $26.7 million to spare.
Jerry Hall and Georgia May Jagger come together for their first major joint modeling gig for Sunglass Hut.
Madonna, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus and Sarah Jessica Parker were just some of the stars sporting punk fashion looks at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual costume gala. CBSNews.com’s Ken Lombardi reports.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art gala celebrated punk fashion and the Costume Institute’s current exhibit "Punk: From Chaos to Couture."
Fine and Dandy, a website dedicated to getting guys out of jeans & T-shirts & into bow ties & spats, has expanded to a tiny, but well ’edited,’ store in NYC’s Hell’s Kitchen gayborhood.
The splendid parade of boldly visionary ensembles that stalked the catwalk at Montreal’s 12th annual Festival of Fashion & Design was a choreographic homage to our fashion-obsessed world - and a resplendent testament to Montreal style.
"Steed. John Steed." It was all about "The Avengers" at Simon Spurr A/W 2012 for New York Fashion Week A/W 2012. The British-born Spurr showed suits as elegant as the impeccably-dressed British secret agent, Mr. Steed - and Emma Peel was thrilled.
New York’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week opened for its second incarnation at Lincoln Center for the Fall/Winter 2011 collections - and for fashion nomads, one thing was perfectly clear: Bryant Park is but a memory; Lincoln Center is now home.
Inspired by Renaissance frescos and Venetian landscapes, Tadashi Shoji’s presentation at New York Fashion Week was a masterful study in superior craftsmanship and impeccable restraint, resulting in a collection marked by elegance and romance.
One of the last Pride celebrations of the calendar year, Manchester Pride also serves as a de facto segue into Fashion Month - and this year’s 20th anniversary of Manchester Pride provided numerous occasions for the celebration of British pulchritude.
All summer long, Broadway has been a catwalk. No, really - a veritable fashion show through the Fashion District, with 32 designer mannequins showcasing one-of-a-kind manifestations of the world’s top designers’ artistic visions. Check it out!