If there’s one thing that always remains on trend it’s fashion/charity collaborations. Between the CFDA, Vogue, and Elle, we’re regularly bombarded with charitable initiatives, fundraisers, designer collaborations, and Tom’s Exclusives, that remind us every few weeks to make a difference with our wallets, while adding a new bracelet or villager boat shoe to our closets.
American fashion corporations are doing their part to help out with the recovery from Hurricane Sandy. Brands such as Michael Kors, the CFDA, and Tory Burch are all donating money, staging fundraisers, and auctioning off goodies to do their part in the Hurricane Sandy recovery effort.
Beginning in spring, Nordstrom will host pop-up shops in six locations featuring CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund finalists. Expanding their exposure to a wider audience, these pop-up shops will remain open through May.
In honor of Election Day, an oldie but a goodie.
Though the President traditionally gets all the attention — what with all those treaties and diplomatic affairs — the First Lady is usually the heart and soul of the White House. Their influence often extends to social and even political issues, though their style at times has an even bigger impact. Pledge allegiance to these 10 fashionable First Ladies.
For its rather epic collaboration with Neiman Marcus and 24 CFDA designers this holiday season, Target needed a rather epic promotional campaign. Enter Karlie Kloss.