Surprise: Priyanka Chopra is our January cover star! InThe Vogue opened as a nightclub and has never looked back. This September, Teen Vogue will celebrate our second fashion show dedicated to radical inclusivity.
Whew, we made it or did we? It's finally the end of fashion month and it went out with a bang. We started in NYC with trends ranging from corsets to the next tie-dye.
The supermodel gene clearly runs strong in this family! Luxury fashion at your fingertips. The Fashion Authority.
She was in her 25th-floor office at One World Trade Center, where the walls were lined with photographs and a publicist hovered. Peoples Wagner, who wore a floral Prada dress. This month Ms.
Proof that you don't need a degree from Princeton or Central Saint Martins to make it in fashion. Plus, the fashion industry is getting creative with how to limit its environmental damage. Plus, behind the battle between publishers and retailers over affiliate links.
T he first time Elaine Welteroth came on to my radar was at a Thanksgiving dinner. American friends in London had invited me and I was torn between gratitude for their hospitality and deep reservations about celebrating something with genocidal undertones. So I decided to embrace the first and challenge the second, arriving with a chilled bottle of wine and a fully loaded YouTube video.
Two Fashion Weeks down, two more to go. After taking in all things NYFW and now LFW, we're here once again to process and share which trends we're going to be wearing in the next six months or even now! NYFW is always fun because it's our home turf, but once we jump the pond and dive into London we can't help but get even more excited.
Last month, we announced the launch of a new Teen Vogue mentorship initiative, Generation Next and last night the showcase was brought to life during NYFW in partnership with Snapchat. Each Generation Next designer had the incredible opportunity to present their clothes to a group of industry folks, celebrities, and influencers. They even got to show off their designs to Anna Wintour — every young designers dream. From sheer garments to structured feminine pieces, each brand brought a different vibe to the event and contributed to the inclusive environment.
I surveyed the crowd, which seemed to be a mix of students, a sprinkling of fashion people including one of my favorites, Lyn Slaterand well, normal people. During the show, I found myself smiling ear to ear as all sorts of cool and unusual things came down the runway and overall, I noticed a refreshingly playful sensibility emerging, characterized by texture and a lot of experimental tailoring. There was a short-sleeved tailored dress with splotches of happy colors like seafoam green, sky blue, and bits of baby pink and a tailored dress with long-sleeves, exaggerated shoulders and a-line skirt, which had a neon green and light pink graphic text that sort of resembled a bus ticket.