CNN's Alina Cho on J. Crew becoming hot again in fashion.
When it comes to fashion week, women's clothing is usually front and center on the catwalk. However, over the past few years, menswear has slowly gained in popularity and it has become a $53 billion dollar business in the U.S. alone.
Menswear designers Tommy Hilfiger and Billy Reid are very familiar with the explosive growth of the industry.
"Years ago, it was maybe 80 percent women's and 20 percent men's for a lot of designers," Hilfiger tells Alina Cho. "Now, we're about 50/50."
Both Hilfiger and Reid explain why they think the menswear industry is growing with Cho on American Morning today.
It's Fashion Week in New York City, and you know what that means: Fashionistas everywhere clamoring to get a peek at the latest spring 2012 trends walking the runway.
The fashion world has a reputation for being fickle, but there's one American designer who has dominated the scene for nearly two decades - and things are only looking up from here.
CNN's Alina Cho sits down with fashion legend Marc Jacobs for a rare, exclusive interview. See the entire interview here.
Well-known "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" stylist Carson Kressley is back with a new TV show!
Kressley joins Kiran Chetry and Carol Costello on set this morning to talk about the concept behind his new show "Carson Nation," which premieres on June 25th at 10pm on OWN.
In the show, Kressley travels across the US to find people deserving of make-overs, which he calls "make-betters," stressing that he hopes to transform people's lives, both inside and out.
Alina Cho goes behind the scenes with budding runway phenom, Lindsey Wixson.
Clinton Kelly from TLC's "What Not to Wear" talks to American Morning's Kiran Chetry about proper Royal wedding fashion and speculation over what Kate Middleton will don on the big day.