Prabal Gurung

Prabal Gurung and Levi Strauss are just two of the brands speaking up for immigrant rights.
Prabal Gurung's fall 2018 campaign pays homage to the diverse women of the Eastern world.
Gurung, who was raised in Kathmandu, Nepal, is a brand ambassador and board member at the foundation, which partners with
On Thursday, The Guggenheim Museum hosted its annual Young Collector's Party. The evening supported The Guggenheim Museum in its pursuit to procure works by emerging contemporary artists.
During a break from putting the finishing touches on his spring collection, Prabal Gurung turns animated as he shows off
Perhaps the most dichotomous artistic event of the year, Fashion Month throws together polar opposites that truly shouldn't work but just do
Harris was one of the few to weigh in on this weekend's Oscar extravaganza: "Best performance of the year was Cate Blanchett
What do you think of Moore's leggy red carpet look? Julianne Moore is like a fine wine -- she just keeps getting better with
When it comes to Fashion Week, there's not such thing as the weekend. The style crowd was out full force and we had plenty to take in.
Our favorite look from the collection featured a model wearing a red cashmere cable knit sweater, hand-draped chiffon skirt
Leave it up to Michelle Obama to take our favorite winter color combo -- navy blue and black -- to another stylish level
I identify with a journey that started out problematic, and not without demons, and can appreciate how far she has come all the more.
All eyes were on Amy Adams during Saturday's New York City premiere of "Her." The actress dropped jaws in a stunning low-cut pink pastel pink frock with sheer side paneling.
While the dress is meant for warmer temps (celebrities tend to defy conventional seasons), you can nod to the fresh catwalk
We've seen the good, the bad, the ugly, the forgotten and mostly the unaffordable. What sticks and finds its way to stores is what the editors, buyers and trend setters deem worthy. I'm none of those three, but I've been thinking...about New York, where this all began...
For most people, New York Fashion Week was about one thing: fashion. But sometimes, the most memorable part of a runway show is the styling.
Clothing and accessories emerge that not only make you want to shop right this very minute but also that make you rethink pretty much everything you've been wearing up to this point.
Last weekend, I went to see Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine featuring Cate Blanchett and I walked out instantly knowing who our next Muse would be. Cate's performance stayed with me for days. It got me thinking about talent, pure, raw talent.
Work those white pants, FLOTUS -- with Labor Day a mere week away, they'll likely end up in the back of your closet soon