A new wave of luxury consignment shops in Chelsea reflects the style of the neighborhood for less than half the price.
Target and Neiman Marcus opened up shop in Midtown for one day only to celebrate their holiday gift collection, Holiday24.
Boutiques in lower Manhattan struggled to open after Hurricane Sandy swept across the east coast. Those that recovered quickly from the storm saw shoppers flooding through their doors.
Tweed jackets, blazers, corduroys and plaid neckties are currently on display in “Ivy Style,” a new exhibition at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in Chelsea. The exhibit, sponsored by Brooks Brothers, is a collection of classic Ivy League staples whose influences date back to the campuses of Princeton, Yale and Harvard in the […]
Luxury leather goods company Coach Inc. will be the anchor tenant of Hudson Yards’ first office tower.
A New Balance fashion show for breast cancer awareness shed light on a hot topic this October: pinkwashing.
A herd of sheep spent the day in Bryant Park to promote the wool industry, drawing both delighted onlookers and protestors.
After decades of outsourcing, some fashion designers are moving their production back to America.
Jennifer Cole left a successful business in Jackson, Mississippi to tackle the mean fashion world of New York. Unfamiliar surroundings and financial hardships aside, Cole has persevered.
Patricia Harper has had her studio in the heart of the Garment District for 5 years. But as the area changes, she worries about being left behind.
In addition to Thanksgiving and Black Friday, November is also Native American History Month. Dustin Martin is a young Navajo designer and former New Yorker who is building a clothing brand linking Native artists in his home state of New Mexico to the fashion capital of New York City. He returned from New Mexico to design a commemorative t-shirt for Columbia University’s Native American Council.
Congress passed a new free trade agreement with South Korea that may make the its fabric cheaper for the Garment District’s wholesalers and retailers. But it’s difficult to gauge the agreement effect on American jobs.
Carlos Diaz is not what you might expect of a well-connected man in fashion. He is part of a little corner of a quickly fading Manhattan clothing business.
The debate over the future of print media continues, even as “print is dead” becomes a modern-day cliché. But the future of fashion magazines may not be so bleak, according to industry professionals and the optimistic owners of a local magazine retail business.
Over the past decade, fashion designers have had more abundant and affordable options to sell their lines online. Designers are getting larger audiences online, but will it be enough to launch young designers into fashion stardom?
Fountain Gallery, a venue in Hell’s Kitchen representing artists struggling with mental illnesses, has opened the fall season with Brand New Work, a group exhibition. The show features over 40 works in mediums including oil, acrylic, charcoal, and digital photography.
As Fahrenheit lowers in Manhattan, people are flocking to the fur vaults to have their coats taken out from cold storage.
Bloggers have often been hailed as the new journalists, giving their readers up to date news when they need it most. Yet bloggers seem to have escaped the same criticism that journalists face when it comes to accepting free products.