Trendstop brings FashionUnited readers a first look at the top designer collections hitting the runways at New York Fashion Week. Trendstop's catwalk experts bring you the latest collections from the New York Fashion Week events. Diversity, sustainability and equality have been hallmarks of many of […]

INTERVIEWCareers in fashion is a hot topic here at FashionUnited. Recently, we interviewed Joanna Herrick, the Director of Showroom Experience and Operations for Santa Monica-based start-up, The Black Tux. Established in 2013, TBT is a premium online suit and tuxedo rental company founded by Andrew […]

London Fashion Week gets under way on Friday, launching spring/summer 2020 collections set to come out after Brexit -- a divorce bitterly opposed by the UK fashion industry. A survey by the Fashion Roundtable consultancy found 96 percent of British fashion sector professionals backed Britain staying […]

Libertine's Johnson Hartig has long been a master of maximalism. For his approach to color and regular use of mixed-media patterns, subtle was never and still isn't the designer's strong suit, nor should he ever restrict himself to a minimalist approach. The designer's most recent collection was filled […]

Alice + Olivia has long been known for thinking a bit outside of the box when it comes to debuting their latest collections at New York Fashion Week. Stacey Bendet, the brand's designer, has always been a fan of presentations using vignettes and colorful stages, and this season was no exception. In […]

REVIEWIn a provocative move FIT launched its Fall exhibit entitled “Paris, Capital of Fashion” on the first day of New York Fashion Week. But a walk through the gallery reveals that the exhibit title is perhaps less of an assertion, more of question. For over 300 years, with particular emphasis on certain […]

The Fashion Institute of Technology’s big fall exhibit opened during NYFW and contains over 100 garments and accessories which form a visual narrative chronicling the evolution of French fashion from the court of Versailles through to modern day. Dresses from the era of Marie Antoinette nestle next […]

REVIEW While Marc Jacobs officially closed NYFW, the Rhode Island School of Design presented its graduate collections a few hours later with no sign of a fading spotlight or lack of designer star power. Before the 17 BFA collections took the runway, the President of RISD Rosanne Somerson, who sat front […]

Gowns! Beautiful gowns! The now iconic words of Aretha Franklin were also a trend at New York Fashion Week spring/summer 2020. Designer Christopher John Rogers, who is just in his third season at New York Fashion Week, continues to put his whimsical spin on evening wear. While the designer didn't create […]

J.Jill and Christian Siriano are joining forces to promote size inclusivity in womenswear. The apparel brand and CFDA designer will collaborate on a series of capsule collections with diverse range of sizing. “Christian Siriano is one of today’s most influential fashion designers and a celebrity red-carpet […]

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