Dennis Basso, a longtime friend and furrier, recalls his many collaborations with the first Ms. Trump.
He liked dressing in caftans and fur, and dressing me down about my style.
Brian Taylor runs the business out of his home, but he has also started a mobile service, which has grown popular during the pandemic.
Vanessa Friedman, fashion director of The New York Times, takes reader questions.
As New York Fashion Week ends, the designer and film director explains why his show was postponed and how he has been affected by the pandemic.
Mink may no longer become a legend most. But that doesn’t mean it’s disappearing entirely.
Rampaging infections at farms caused scandal, scientific head-scratching and a search for a vaccine — for mink.
Legislation to ban mink farming cracked the governing coalition, forcing the country’s most powerful politician to assume formal office and exposing a struggle for control of Polish conservatism.
Covid-19 may be the tipping point when it comes to crocodile, python, ostrich, and clothes.
First Nations peoples along British Columbia’s Central Coast led research to help preserve the area’s white-furred Spirit bears.
Turns out if you throw enough red paint, eventually they’ll listen.
As of 2022, the luxury outerwear brand will no longer purchase new coyote fur. But it is not giving up fur entirely.