The real beginning of the fashion-technology love affair and its legacy lies with Issey Miyake, who died last week.
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?
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 piece of jewelry that, in modern times, has come to symbolize Ireland.
Upselling the suit was on the agenda during this Milan Fashion Week, when Italian men’s wear returned in glory.
Trends and other takeaways from the fashion show — sorry, movie gathering — on the Croisette.
The Dominican Republic wants jewelers to love larimar, the national stone. But authorities shut the mine temporarily after two fatal accidents.
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.
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?
The rise of LoveShackFancy.
As the first “amigo” designer for Alber Elbaz’s AZ Factory, Thebe Magugu poses the question — and offers a sneak peek into the collection.
When the right to control your own body and the right to dress how you like intersect.
The Grammy-winning singer releases her newest venture: shapewear.
For parts models, keeping their hands beautiful is an essential part of their routine.
Irina Lazareanu has a new book about her life in fashion. But it was her life before fashion that haunts her now.
Timothée Chalamet, shirtless; Kristen Stewart in hot pants. Can we finally say goodbye to the mermaid dress and penguin suit?
The Elizabeth Taylor extravaganza influenced designs for decades. Soon, a new remake may have us all wearing scarabs again.
Italy’s deposed king sent the collection to a bank 75 years ago. Now, his heirs are suing for its return.
The designer’s first show since 2019 was an ode to the return of his hometown.
How Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky transformed the meaning of a piece of cotton.
The photographer of the moment on what it takes to be seen.
MSCHF has designs on your feet.
A low-rise skirt by Miu Miu went viral last month. Here, three perspectives on wearing it.
In the show of the season, the brand takes on the war in Ukraine. Valentino embraces love. And Givenchy buckles down.
How one designer turned the tenor of the moment into beauty. Plus protective covering at Balmain and immersive surrealism at Dries Van Noten.
One latex-clad evening in Italy with the woman who hasn’t yet had her fill of fame.
At Off-White, paying homage to the late designer’s work and legacy.
Glenn Martens is no longer a niche taste.
At Gucci and Versace and all over Milan, the suit is making a return.
For decades, Catherine B has been a fashion resource for celebrities and collectors alike.
What exactly are we buying, when we buy fashion? A disruptive collaboration provides one answer. There are others.
Diesel took a novel approach to inclusive casting at its Milan Fashion Week show.
The Ferragni sisters already have millions of followers and a reality TV show. Now they’re working on their fashion empires.
Increasingly the children of the most famous brands are going their own ways.
There was a lot to see at London Fashion Week.
The Rocha family — Max, Simone, John and Odette — opens a restaurant.
Facets or notches in bezels, those rings around timepiece dials, have been growing in popularity.
Collina Strada, the young New York label with a sunny-punk aesthetic and environmentally conscious values, made a reality show that pokes fun at itself.
At least according to the designer Peter Do. So is New York, according to Michael Kors.
LaQuan Smith gets a lift from an unexpected source, and Coach channels Kurt Cobain.
Shayne Oliver returns, and Eckhaus Latta celebrates a decade. New York fashion is on the move.
Long live fashion. They are actually one and the same.
The Italian designer is credited with having pioneered Italian ready-to-wear. He was also the most elegant man many people ever met.
A recent report examines the links between fashion brands and Amazon deforestation.
With a series of photos, Rihanna and ASAP Rocky take a modern phenomenon to a new level.
For the first time, one designer’s work is being showcased — simultaneously — at five major French museums.
The brand built by selling Wall Street suits is trying to reinvent itself for the post-office age.
The return never quite happened. So what do we wear now? Schiaparelli, Chanel and Dior grapple gorgeously with the question.