This week, the Adweek staff is highlighting must-have items including customized clutches, neon makeup shades for summer and tees featuring Yves Saint Laurent. Take a look!
Michael Kors, Tory Burch and Marc by Marc Jacobs have found success by lowering the barrier for entry into the luxury space.
Michael Sam did well this week, Marc Jacobs perhaps not so much. Tony Case, Michael Bürgi, Tim Nudd, Chris Heine, Garett Sloane and Emma Bazilian give their takes on the week's media news.
Winter storm Nemo, the blizzard that will descend upon the Northeast tonight, has claimed the first victim of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
This week, Apple showed us why bigger isn't always better, the Overly Attached Girlfriend made an overly creepy comeback, and Little Caesars discovered something quite unusual in the night sky.
Dude, cut that out. Right now. It's unseemly, wrong and so very public. And as any purveyor of fine eyewear will tell you, wiping your sunglasses on your shirt is just plain dumb. You'll scratch the lenses and, in this case, make an overpriced designer product completely unwearable. Flannel as a shammy? No, no, no!
A Marc Jacobs perfume advert featuring the 17-year-old actress Dakota Fanning has been banned after complaints that the image "sexualized a child."