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Tommy Hilfiger’s Relationship With Hip-Hop Is Back in Full Swing

The designer, who will present his spring 2017 collection as well as his second collection in collaboration with Gigi Hadid in Venice Beach on Wednesday, is back.

Travis Scott Is Saint Laurent’s New Muse

The rapper stars in the label's latest campaign, showcasing Anthony Vaccarello's spring 2017 collection.

Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Rihanna Turn to London’s Central Saint Martins Design School for Their Edgy Looks

While stylists do pull from the collections of students at Parsons and the Fashion Institute of Technology in the U.S., they keep an especially sharp eye on the London institution simply because it's considered the best.

Designer David Koma on Dressing Beyonce and His Plans for Mugler

The London-based designer talks the importance of celebrity dressing for both brands and how music informs the design of his collections.

How Much Insurance Money Will Kim Kardashian Receive for Her Stolen Jewels? That Depends

"A multimillion-dollar claim like this one is going to be difficult, both to investigate and to resolve," says Heather Perkins, head of underwriting at L.A.-based jewelry insurance specialist Lavalier.

Jewelry Heist Expert on Why Kim Kardashian’s Diamond Theft Was a Perfect Storm

Scott Andrew Selby, co-author of 'Flawless: Inside the Largest Diamond Heist in History' says he's "not at all surprised" by the robbery and here's why.

How to Do Paris Fashion Week Like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

From Hotel Costes to Balmain's flagship boutique, these are the hotels, restaurants and shops to haunt for a glimpse at the famous couple — or if you just want to experience the City of Light like them.

Rihanna’s Longtime Stylist on Her Stunning VMAs Outfits and “Ravenous Appetite” for New Fashion

Mel Ottenberg, the man behind the singer's fantastic fashion, opens up about their tight relationship and creating custom looks.

The Fashionable Evolution of Tour Merch

As stars seize creative control of their merchandise, Justin Bieber sells $1,675 jackets at Barneys and artists move merch a la Kanye without a runway show.

See David Bowie’s Art Collection Before Its London Auction

Among the more notable offerings is the American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat's 1984 painting "Air Power," which is expected to fetch between £2.5 million to £3.5 million (about $3.3 million to $4.6 million) in the sale.