Coach to merge menswear and womenswear shows

Coach is the latest major fashion house to embrace the trend for mixed-gender fashion shows. The US label will showcase its womenswear and menswear collections together this February during New York Fashion Week, WWD reports. The strategy is being phased in, with the upcoming show on February 14 set to feature Autumn/Winter 2017 womenswear looks alongside menswear pieces for the same season, despite the fact that an AW17 menswear show was held in December.

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Tom Ford to launch men’s underwear line

Tom Ford is expanding his fashion, beauty and accessories line with the launch of men's underwear. 

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New York Fashion Week fall/winter 2017-2018 show schedule

With menswear and haute couture freshly wound up, the fashion world is already looking ahead to the ready-to-wear shows, which kick off February 9 in New York. A week of womenswear and mixed collections will showcase the trends in store for the fall/winter 2017-2018 season. Here's the schedule for the New York shows.

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At Men’s Fashion Week, a collection was out of this world

NEW YORK (AP) — Inspiration for one elegant collection at Men's Fashion Week in New York came from heaven. Actually, further than that.

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You Won’t Believe the Work That Goes Into a Children’s Fashion Show

If anyone knows what it takes to pull off a show featuring toddlers, it’s Christine Innamorato, the creative director for Bonpoint, the fanciest kids’ clothing brand out there. It recently put on a show during Paris Fashion Week, in which tots took the runway in matching tartan, fairy-esque tulle skirts, and flower crowns. Celebrity guests included Coco Rocha and her children, and Alessandra Ambrosio.

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Alexandra Shulman to leave British Vogue

British Vogue Editor Alexandra Shulman is stepping down from her position at the fashion publication. “It was difficult to decide to leave but 25 years is a very long time and I am tremendously excited that I will now look forward into a different future,” Shulman said.

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Paris fashion takes on the great men’s suit conundrum

Designers wrestled with how to reinvent the boring old jacket and pants combo for skate-kid millennials at the Paris menswear shows Friday. With everyone wondering if Haider Ackermann would take his scissors to the classic lines of Berluti in his debut show for the Italian brand, much brainpower is being expended on trying to make the classic two-piece relevant. Purists need not panic, not as far as Ackermann is concerned in any case.

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Beards, fringes and just a hint of blush: beauty trends from Milan Men’s Fashion Week

Milan Men's Fashion Week Men's has wrapped up, leaving a stream of bright, zingy Autumn / Winter 2017 collections in its wake. The Milanese catwalks were full of models that appeared to have taken a leaf out of Alessandro Michele's style book, showcasing fuller, longer hairstyles and well-groomed facial fluff.

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Beards, fringes and just a hint of blush: beauty trends from Milan Men’s Fashion Week

Miranda Kerr turns denim designer for LA brand Mother

Miranda Kerr's debut denim collection has been unveiled. The model-turned-designer teamed up with high-end LA brand Mother on a 12-piece limited-edition capsule collection that will see a portion of the proceeds donated to charity. 'MirandaxMother' channels the brand's laid-back California style, with the everyday off-duty model look that Kerr has perfected over the course of her fashion career.

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Raf Simons enlists the help of The Woolmark Company for upcoming collection

Raf Simons is teaming up with the Woolmark Company on series of knitwear pieces. The Belgian designer is working with the textile brand as part of his Fall / Winter 2017 collection, which features fine Merino wool jersey wovens and knits sourced from fabric and yarn manufacturers all over the world. The move is said to be the beginning of a longer-term partnership between the two companies, with the Woolmark Company helping the fashion mogul to source fabrics and create innovative pieces over the course of his forthcoming collections.

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