Eileen Fisher went from industry outlier to godmother of a movement. Now, she is getting ready to pass the torch, starting with a new chief executive at her company.
The real beginning of the fashion-technology love affair and its legacy lies with Issey Miyake, who died last week.
He was known for his innovative origami-like designs, creating skirts, dresses and trousers with prisms of unfolding shapes.
The New York Times for Kids visited the quirky but classic destination.
The fashion designer Rosie Assoulin’s debut bridal collection includes gowns, cargo pants and a bucket hat for brides who “are looking for something unique and different.”
Travelers want to be comfortable and practical but overly casual dressing at the airport might not be the ticket.
People told Woo Youngmi a war-torn country couldn’t produce luxury fashion. She proved them wrong.
To resist, our culture needs less Netflix and more Miranda Priestly.
A New York company, Anybag, finds an elegant way to turn plastic bag waste into a functional tote. Miranda Kerr, Adidas and Ralph Lauren are fans.
An insider look at Crop Over, the Barbadian equivalent of Carnival, an annual celebration of music and heritage — and amazing outfits.
In 2020, two fashion brands announced an unusual alliance. Now that goods are finally hitting stores, is Yeezy Gap a corporate-creative cautionary tale, or a new model for fashion to come?
Depop, a social shopping app, was a springboard for many young designers during the pandemic. Some are now taking their success elsewhere.
Join Vanessa Friedman on July 28 as she explores how popular culture and the influencer economy might shift the industry toward responsible fashion.
In the 1980s and ’90s, Ivana was on a first-name basis with a city transfixed by fame and fashion.
Dennis Basso, a longtime friend and furrier, recalls his many collaborations with the first Ms. Trump.
A group of Russian women were once the hottest things at couture, embraced not just by fashion, but by the watching world. Where are they now?
A new exhibition in Paris on the designer Elsa Schiaparelli shows how her Surrealist “little jokes” still inspire weirdness today.
100Hands, a luxury shirtmaker, is betting the answer is yes.
Upselling the suit was on the agenda during this Milan Fashion Week, when Italian men’s wear returned in glory.
As his country’s most famous designer, Sabyasachi has persuaded Indians to see the luxury in their fashion heritage. Can he persuade Americans too?
Being Anna Wintour’s hairstylist may sound glamorous, but it’s his art practice that gets Andreas Anastasis talking.
As the brand turns 50, it’s not letting up.
He specialized in taking down high-profile brands that used low-wage labor, including a line of clothing licensed by Kathie Lee Gifford.
Inside the construction of a one-piece swimsuit, a complicated symbol of “the most vulnerable time of the year.”
An influential system overseen by retailers and clothing makers ranks petroleum-based synthetics like “vegan leather” as more environmentally sound than natural fibers.
Marco de Vincenzo, the newly appointed creative director of Etro, is not only asking the question, but attempting to answer through action.
John Demsey made diversity Estée Lauder’s corporate pitch. An Instagram post with a racial epithet cost him his job.
With the success of the film “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” the work of Shirley Kurata is in demand, but her personal style has always had its own fans.
For years, dedicated shoppers have spent their Sundays searching for second-hand goods at Jet Rag’s $1 sale.
Companies that sourced cotton from the region in China are weighing evidence of forced labor, a lack of visibility into operations and new regulation.
Trends and other takeaways from the fashion show — sorry, movie gathering — on the Croisette.
Jacob Collier, the singer, songwriter and composer, who fancies crayon colors, clashing patterns and tie-dyed Crocs, doesn’t fit easily into any box. He’s OK with that.
The clothing seller is building a vibrant and eclectic community of TikTok style stars, D.I.Y. designers and vintage fanatics.
It might be that in exposing the waist, designers are also revealing their hope for a bolder and better future.
The start-up has had a meteoric rise, thanks to its charismatic co-founder, Ryan Breslow. But he sometimes stretched the truth to get there.
The Met Gala 2022 celebrated themes of opulence, excess and fame.
What is the dress code? Who gets to go? How much does it cost?
It depends on whom you ask.
The Fashion Workers Act, a bill working its way through the New York Legislature, takes on a largely unregulated industry.
Work wear reflects how people feel about their jobs and the economy as a whole. So it makes sense that dressing for the office is all over the place.
Though the faith currently comprises one active community with two congregants, Shakerism’s ideals have found new acolytes in the food, fashion, art and design worlds.
Unchecked optimism, for better or worse.
In the name of personal branding, influencers might be paying someone to make them look like readers. But does a novel deserve more respect than a handbag?
Meet the women of the Lede Company.
A cyclist wonders whether his stretchy sporting gear could have a place in his everyday wardrobe.
The former was designed by Vincent Van Duysen, and both are set, fittingly, in a storied Milan building that was once the bustling center of the local silk trade.
The rise of LoveShackFancy.
Last week, bridal designers showed collections in person for the first time in two years. These are the trends that emerged.
Lacey thongs and sheer undergarments designed for men’s bodies are shaking up the traditional lingerie market.
Two years of a pandemic have lowered our patience for uncomfortable clothing.