A reader asks for guidance in finding footwear that delivers both in looks and warmth.
The sudden popularity of the hoodlike head covering has spurred a comparison to hijabs.
A year after leaving the White House, the former first lady tests the water for her brand.
In three new birthday portraits, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, gives the fairy tale relevance and a hit of Pinterest inspiration.
Transparency and traceability is all the rage when it comes to clothing, and it is finally reaching the tags on the rack.
A reader wants to make an impression with their fashion choices as they navigate a career change.
No products have been announced yet, but there’s already a lot to unpack.
The state would be the first to pass legislation setting broad sustainability regulations for the industry.
The first high-fashion collaboration of the year is here, and it’s surprisingly good.
It’s awards season, and the big designer brands have some scrappy, pre-owned competition.
In her 17 years at the helm of the fashion magazine, she took a more practical-minded approach, in line with a rise in women’s participation in the work force.
The icons and fashions of the fin de siecle are objects of fascination for those who didn’t experience them the first time around. Here’s what they say about why.
From couture to “The Simpsons” and the metaverse, one brand set the style agenda in 2021.
Marking the luxury industry’s revival from pandemic lows, the company is going public through a SPAC on Monday.
A reader has several questions about a holiday tradition.
As the fraud trial of the Theranos founder draws to a close, could her new courtroom image affect the decision?
The designer’s estate is being auctioned in a series of three sales, and collectors are very excited.
Kerby Jean-Raymond has spent the last year and a half secretly trying to change the game for minority designers.
After the pandemic pause, nearly 130 costumes had to be remade for a cast that’s older and taller. Built in? Ways to adjust them back down in size.
When unexpected tragedy, unsatiable hypebeasts and the rapidly growing resale market collide.
And to the forefront of the conversation on inclusivity and fashion.
As we trade sweatpants for formality and fun, corsets are one of the things to reign supreme.
Loro Piana makes some of the world’s most luxurious cashmere. Now you can trace every step of its journey from Mongolia to Madison Avenue.
His earthy Japanese restaurant, Omen, became a downtown canteen for well-known patrons like Patti Smith, Yoko Ono and Richard Gere.
The long-lost outfits of the Beatles sound man have made him an unwitting fashion favorite, five decades later.
A reader asks for guidance on picking a color and sticking with it.
Women say Saudi Arabia has advanced significantly in just the past year, with more choices regarding work, fashion (including colored abayas) and social spaces, but restrictions remain everywhere.
All that pent-up dressing up finally found an outlet. If it wasn’t a carpet per se, it was a public moment.
The designer made it his mission to foster the talents of young creators.
Adapted from a recipe by Joan Nathan, Batsheva Hay’s preferred iteration of the classic Jewish bread is worth the time commitment.
In “Amy: Beyond the Stage,” the Design Museum in London explores — and tries to somewhat reframe — the “Back to Black” singer’s life and legacy.
You won’t find any blood-red trees this year.
When artistic license collides with reality, which one wins?
Adolfo, who began as a milliner and took inspiration from Chanel, was also a favorite of New York society women.
His designs may not always have been trailblazing, yet his disruptions of a static industry altered fashion for good.
Look around at the way young men now think about clothes, design and music, and you’ll see him everywhere.
His expansive approach to design inspired comparisons to artists including Andy Warhol and Jeff Koons. For him, clothes were totems of identity.
A fabled Christmas tradition continues at a handful of big department stores.
A perfect storm of internet fashion trends — and Halloween — has resurrected a Y2K-era Versace dress. At least, for now.
Having embraced a slower pace of life upstate, Melissa Ventosa Martin is launching an online marketplace dedicated to finely crafted pieces imbued with the luxury of time.
If you love to talk to people, this is the coat for you.
In a competitive landscape of e-commerce sites, one has become the first word for a younger generation of online shoppers.
Twenty-seven ideas to satisfy tastes both garden variety and eccentric.
A reader asks for guidance in finding comfortable, yet chic, footwear.
The senators criticize The Times’s coverage of their colleague’s style and fashion choices.
Die-hards and confused pedestrians alike vied for a first look at Gucci and Balenciaga’s “hacker” project.
Behind the brand that made trucker hats hot in the early 2000s is a messy corporate origin tale, filled with sabotage and greed.
A new book examines how Black civil rights leaders, jazzmen, artists and writers rewrote the sartorial codes of a largely white elite.
The gown Adele wore for her ‘One Night Only’ concert was fit for a diva, but the white pantsuit she wore for her Oprah interview made an even stronger statement.
His collection of fashion ephemera now fills a museum, but he also chastised the industry, all while making a name as a brand adviser to hotels and restaurants.