New York Fashion Week has just two days left before the spring/summer 2018 season moves to Europe. From Flamenco ruffles to hot pink and plus-size lingerie, here is a quick round-up from the catwalk Monday.
Melania Trump touched down in Saudi Arabia in black patent stilettos and a black long-sleeved, wide-leg jumpsuit with a narrow slit down the neckline, cinched at the waist with a gold belt. She didn't wear a headscarf.
Robin Wright – in Kering's debut Women in Motion talk – was in voluble form. Especially about Donald Trump stealing all of the next season’s best lines and why Michelle Obama would make a great first woman president.
France's newly elected president and his wife, who media watchers say bear many similarities to the Obamas, are upending the traditions of how a French national leader and family appear on the public stage.
The end of an era: Jenna Lyons is stepping down as executive creative director and president of the struggling retailer. No successor will be named but former Madewell CD Somsack Sikhounmuong will take over design.
Designer Thakoon Panichgul has announced his eponymous label will be on pause as it undergoes a brand restructuring. This news comes just a few months after Thakoon switched over to the see-now-buy-now schedule.
Carolina Herrera, who has dressed five first ladies and made Ivanka Trump's inaugural ball gown, on Monday said she would happily dress the U.S. first lady, before showing her fall 2017 collection at NYFW.