The chic Western ensembles worn by the Kardashians for Calvin Klein's fashion campaign are now available at Macy's. The best news? Each item is on sale for less than $100.
The Kardashian-Jenner Calvin Klein campaign — featuring Kylie, who was pregnant at the time, holding a big blanket to conceal her baby bump — was instantly iconic. A curvy version, recreated shot for shot by enterprising plus size models. Denise Mercedes, a model and advocate, shared a photo of herself with Diana Sirokai, Daisy Christina, and Tammy B, Mercedes side-by-side with the official ad on Instagram.
At his NYFW show, Raf Simons referenced the 1995 Todd Haynes film "Safe," which depicts a character mysteriously allergic to her environment.
Calvin Klein launched a new global campaign on Monday morning featuring the Kardashian-Jenner clan, and a rare appearance from Kylie Jenner. Following the general vibe of most of the brand’s advertisements over the past few decades, the campaign photos have the family wearing nothing but their undergarments — with the exception of 20-year-old Jenner. Because of this modest pose people on Twitter have further evidence to believe that Kylie’s expecting her first child.
Khloé Kardashian announced her pregnancy via an Instagram photo this week, in which she wears a Calvin Klein bra. Some wondered if the pregnancy announcement was sponsored content.
Jake Gyllenhaal, the new face of Calvin Klein Eternity fragrances, reflects on his earliest scent memories, being an honest storyteller, and championing equality in Hollywood and beyond.
Calvin Klein’s Fall 2017 has hit stores, and it offers a few items we don’t quite understand — primarily, the Varsity Sleeve Stocking Top.
Yahoo Style rounded up seven chic weekender bags that you can take with you to all of your travels this holiday weekend and beyond.
The latest campaign is a bit of a head scratcher. Interestingly, the traditionally winter-centric brand decided to shoot their ads in the heart of sunny California, and features MacLachlan, Gordon, and others clad in their new ’70s retro-style fall apparel.
Michael Jackson's only daughter, Paris, has reportedly inked a seven-figure spokesmodel deal with Calvin Klein, so get ready to see the eldest Jackson on a billboard near you.
A Calvin Klein ad has been removed from a store’s window after customers complained that the photo sexualizes children. Customers at House of Fraser in the United Kingdom has responded to concerns that the young model — wearing a black bra and tugging at one strap — was too youthful-looking to be posing in such a suggestive way.
Hollywood stars usually break out glamorous floor-length gowns for awards ceremonies, and the 89th Annual Academy Awards has been no exception. Stunning bejeweled frocks and head-turning chiffon creations have been spotted on the red carpet thus far. The Moonlight actress wore a white Calvin Klein By Appointment look, which was designed by the label’s new chief creative officer, Raf Simons.
What a NYFW! Political messages, Planned Parenthood support, fights raging at a fashion party! Yet in between all of that, there was a lot of amazing fashion! We said bon voyage to homegrown designers like Proenza Schouler and welcomed Raf Simons for Calvin Klein Collection with wide-open arms. And let’s not forget about Yeezy!
See our favorites and many others, from baroque-style platform heels to cherry-and-checkered cowboy boots to heels detailed with colorful foam (yes, really).
Models walk the runway wearing Tommy Hilfiger Women’s Fall 2016 during New York Fashion Week on Feb. 15, 2016. This year, Tommy Hilfiger will show his collection in Los Angeles, not New York. On Feb. 1, designer Raf Simons, whose impressive résumé boasts stints as creative head at Jil Sander, Christian Dior, and now Calvin Klein, showcased his namesake line in New York for the first time, during Men’s Fashion Week.
Raf Simons, the fashion industry’s designer crush, just showed his men’s collection in NYFW: Men’s, and it was a love letter to his new home town, New York City. The Belgian designer’s much-anticipated move to NYC, for his new job as chief creative officer at Calvin Klein, has been buzzed about for months
Old-school Kate Moss is back, on an $85 T-shirt raising funds for amfAR. She was the epitome of “heroin chic” back in the 1990s.
After months of speculation, it was announced today that the designer Raf Simons is the new creative director at Calvin Klein. What will the talented European bring to an iconic American brand?
Calvin Klein’s latest ad features a picture looking up the skirt of 23-year-old Danish actress Klara Kristin with the slogan: I flash in #mycalvins.
The British actress and Goodwill ambassador donned a Calvin Klein ensemble, which included an off-the-shoulder monochrome top, trousers and a huge skirt, and made her sartorial prowess known. At first it wasn’t clear how her look tied in with this year’s theme - Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology - but once we discovered how her outfit was made, it made perfect sense. Watson didn’t do a Claire Danes and lace her dress with lights that made the entire ensemble glow in the dark, instead she donned a trouser suit made entirely out of plastic bottles - because she’s all eco-friendly like that. Her black and white look was in fact the result of a collaboration between Calvin Klein and Livia Firth (actor Colin Firth’s wife), who’s an environmental activist and founder of Eco Age Ltd. A photo posted by Eco-Age (@ecoage) on May 2, 2016 at 4:31pm PDT The end result shows that it is entirely possible, with the technology available, to create high-end fashion out of recycled goods (seriously, who knew plastic bottles could look so chic?) - and suggests that more designers should consider following suit. “We loved working with the team at Calvin Klein to create a look that is truly a perfect marriage of ethics and aesthetics,” a rep for Eco Age said on Instagram of Watson’s Met Gala dress.
A few weeks ago I went on a quest: I wanted a ‘90s-looking Calvin Klein logo sweatshirt because I’m a grown woman and I do what I want. But more specifically, unlike my tween self in the 1990s (see: CK’s logo heyday) I now have a job, know how to actually budget, and I don’t buy clothes so that so-and-so will invite me to have lunch with the cool kids (though I would still probably RSVP yes). I wanted a Calvin Klein logo sweatshirt because I wanted to wear one. You know: just like everybody else.