Looks like we've got a serious star on our hands.
It's like everything we've ever known is a lie.
Plus, more designers are selling their collections immediately post-show.
Also, Mary J. Blige and Catherine Malandrino are making T-shirts together.
First we hear that our favorite cast member is out after this season, and now we hear that our favorite cast members to hate may be out, too!
They're more relaxed and sporty than the uniforms for the Beijing games.
'Vogue' has claimed not to negotiate on rates in the past.
And Yves Saint Laurent's house in Morocco is up for sale.
The former Ralph Lauren window dresser discusses his new home-design shop in the East Village.
Women in this country are fighting for action as well.
The luxury conglomerate is reportedly looking to shed its less glamorous brands to scoop up a few mid-market ones.
And the United States Polo Association wants the right to use a logo that is trademarked by Polo Ralph Lauren.
Denim is studded, chained, and lined with lace this spring.
Also, British 'Vogue' lets Lara Stone have visible eyebrows.
She feels that the fashion industry was unfairly targeted in the Ralph Lauren Photoshop debacle that emerged last week.
Photoshopped mannequin STILL not thin enough for RL ad machine.
She says they don't return her calls.
The color was seen on the bags, earrings, and shoes at Ralph Lauren, Proenza Schouler, and Tommy Hilfiger.