A ban on the sale of fur clothing might be coming to New York sooner rather than later. The city council is in the beginning stages of presenting a bill that would keep anyone from selling any fur ap

We’re hitting the streets to find the best dressed and the big spenders. Who are you wearing? How much did it cost? What favors are you calling in? Think something old, something new, something

New York City wants to reduce clothing waste. The city's Department of Sanitation and NYC Economic Development Corporation launched a campaign to encourage people to find ways to recycle, swap or rep

If there was ever a fashion industry red carpet event to rival the Oscars it is the Met Gala, the annual fundraising benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, brings out all the ma

Crain's has reported that mayor Bill de Blasio's administration has been quietly planning a rezoning of the Garment District in Manhattan that could relax protections for manufacturers. An official a

On early Sunday night June 12, an Orlando man gunned down 49 people at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The gunman, 29-year-old Omar Mateen, had been interviewed by the FBI before for susp

Kent State regularly lists among the top five fashion schools in the U.S. yet it is not situated in a fashion hub, nor even a throbbing metropolis. It is located in the midst of the pastoral landscap

London - Although Zara may be one of the world's leading fashion retailer, it does not save the Spanish chain from being heavily scrutinized on all facets. Over the past few years the retailer has be

On the tail end of Louise Wilson’s Memorial I find myself reflecting on those years in the late 90s when I attended St Martin’s to gain my Master’s in Fashion. To this day I can hea

The city of New York has unveiled plans to invest 3.5 million dollars (2.23 million pounds) in a new fashion epicenter in Brooklyn, named the Manufacturing Innovation Hub for Apparel, Textiles and We