At "Sneakerhead" conventions around the country, anyone can buy, sell or trade a pair, and much-hyped limited releases demand premium prices. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on what drives this specialty sneaker culture.
By Paul Solman
Jacinda Martinez hopes her clothes send a message about the ephemerality of fashion and how, like vegetables, designs are seasonal and not meant to last.
By Teresa Carey
After years of major fashion houses facing criticism for lack of racial diversity, Gucci's Pre-Fall 2017 campaign is an incredible display of black culture.
By Kamaria Roberts
A misunderstanding with a stranger on a train -- and the conversation that ensued -- shaped Julie Martin's future business.
By PBS NewsHour
Fashion consultant and television personality Tim Gunn thinks it’s time clothing designers offered styles that work for everybody -- not only extremely thin models. After all, the average American woman is between sizes 16 and 18, or what the industry…
By Torran Wakefield-Thompson
Mallorie Dunn described her line, Smart Glamour, as a "body-positive clothing line of customizable, ethically made clothing."…
By Leigh Anne Tiffany
This year, at the Rio 2016 Olympics, advances in wearable tech serve a purpose beyond performance: protecting an athlete’s health. From sportswear designers, here are four innovations created for these Olympic games.
By PBS NewsHour
When it comes to luxury items, consumer minds are likely to think about some of the world’s fashion meccas. Think Paris. Milan. New York. But Detroit? One growing company would like to think so. With its line of watches, bikes,…
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