In Milan, this past week, plenty of sunshine and transitional temperatures made it the ideal time for the street-style set to debut some quintessential fall items. It was a moment to wear them front and center and without any layers to distract, from knitwear that doesn’t require a jacket to
Every 6 months, the fashion set watches and waits to see what comes down the runway at New York Fashion Week—but also what’s on the bodies of show attendees. It’s fashion fact that street style trends are just as impactful as the designers’ visions. As for season? The item of
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What’s considered fashionable is often whittled down to the likes of France and Italy; Chanel and Gucci. After all, the global fashion capitals,
Washington, D.C.–Republican members of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, led by Ranking Member Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), sent a letter to Senate colleagues highlighting concerns with a proposal to impose a tax on small- and medium-sized businesses—businesses already reeling from the pandemic, massive inflation and worker shortages.
Semafor, the global news startup co-founded by media veterans Justin Smith and Ben Smith, has hired Liz Hoffman as its business and finance editor.
Why it matters: Hoffman becomes Semafor’s first star reporter hire. She is known for breaking some of the biggest business and deal stories at the Wall
New York Fashion Week-goers might be the only street style group willing to brave the cold for a really good look. This past season, we saw a mixed bag of temperatures—snowfall and ultra chilly days in the latter half of the week; sunny, almost 60 degree temps at the start.
Billy bookcases, sheepskin rugs and meatballs are set to make their debut on Oxford Street. In a moment that marked a big shift in the retail landscape, Ikea announced this week it was taking over Topshop’s former flagship store in London’s most famous shopping district.
The market for furnishings