Satoshi Kuwata of Setchu Wins the LVMH Prize, Fashion’s Biggest Young Designer Award
Style, June 7

The brand celebrates cross-cultural communication and bridge-building.

Prince Harry, Phone Hacking Avenger
Style, June 7

He has his own supersuit for the trial.

André Leon Talley’s ‘Sanctuary’ in White Plains, N.Y., Is for Sale
Real Estate, June 7

The fashion icon, who died last year, loved to escape the city and deal with the world from his front porch.

But Would You Wear It?
Style, June 6

Apple says its new Vision Pro headset will “shift the way we look at technology.” How about how we look?

‘All Man’ Review: International Male, a Wishbook on Many Levels
Movies, June 6

The catalog was more than a place to peruse the latest fashions. It reshaped society’s definitions of masculinity.

A Scrapbook Offers a Material Glimpse of Another World
Books, June 6

“The Dress Diary” is an intimate record of one wardrobe — and its era.

All Aboard the Most Extravagant Fashion Cruise
Style, June 6

Chanel in Los Angeles, Dior in Mexico, Gucci in Seoul. Clothes are just a tiny part of the content.

I’m Traveling in Both the City and the Country. What Shoes Should I Pack?
Styles, June 5

A suitcase can fit only so many shoes. A reader wonders which will guarantee style and comfort on an all-terrain vacation.

Capes, Couture and Prince William at the Royal Wedding in Jordan
Styles, June 1

Jill Biden and a whole lot of royals from around the world made for a study in modest chic at the wedding of Hussein, the crown prince of Jordan, to Rajwa Al Saif.

The Balenciaga Comeback Is Happening
Styles, June 1

At the Cannes Film Festival, the Met Gala and with a new collection. Is the world ready?

Pop-Up Prom Boutique With a Purpose: Free Outfits for Teens
Interactive, May 31

Prom Plus NYC is a program for underserved teenagers in New York City.

Adidas Starts Unloading Its Yeezy Gear, to Benefit Anti-Hate Groups
Business, May 31

The sportswear company, which cut ties with Kanye West over his antisemitic remarks, will donate proceeds from its $1.3 billion inventory of Yeezy-brand sneakers and other goods.

A Vintage Store That’s ‘Curated for Curves’
Styles, May 31

With Berriez, Emma Zack hopes to change the fashion market for plus-size shoppers.

Inside ‘the Hogwarts of Fashion’
Styles, May 31

Most schools rev up for the big game. At the High School of Fashion Industries, it’s the spring fashion show. And this year’s was bigger and sassier than ever.

20 Looks That Did the Most at Cannes
Styles, May 30

The film festival, which took place over almost two weeks, brought lots of fashion to the French Riviera.

A Trans Model Fleeing the ‘Trap of Respectability’
Styles, May 30

A candid new memoir by Geena Rocero, a model and producer who started her career on the pageant circuit in her native Philippines, recounts the pleasures and pitfalls of living openly.

Will Ripped Jeans Ever Go Out of Style?
Styles, May 29

A reader asks how to learn to live with distressed denim, a trend that shows no sign of letting up.

‘Stealth Wealth’ and Bare Feet: How Power Dresses on ‘Succession’
Styles, May 28

The show’s costume designer, Michelle Matland, explained why she always starts “at the bottom.”

Salt Life Is Coming to a Beach Near You
Styles, May 28

First, Salt Life was a tattoo. Then it became a logo. Now it is a lifestyle brand with plans to open stores from coast to coast.

Larga vida a los pantalones cómodos
En español, May 27

La oportunidad de revisar las antiguas normas sociales ha sido uno de los pocos efectos secundarios positivos de la pandemia. Y la vestimenta es una de ellas.

The Humble ‘Sticky Pad’ Keeping N.B.A. Sneakers on the Court
Sports, May 27

Players across the league have long relied on a pad of translucent sheets of adhesive known as a Slipp-Nott to ensure they have enough traction during games.

The Designer Who Put Tina Turner in Those Hemlines
Styles, May 26

The long, spangly relationship between the singer and Bob Mackie.

Nigerian Food and Fashion Came Together at This Dinner Party in Brooklyn
T Style, May 25

The designer Busayo Olupona celebrated 10 years of her business with pepper soup and good friends at the restaurant Dept of Culture.

A British Fabric Collection That Feels Straight Out of ‘Bridgerton’
T Style, May 25

Plus: a hotel in Portugal that highlights regional artisans, objects from an architectural duo and more recommendations from T Magazine.

Should Making It in Fashion Be This Hard?
Styles, May 25

The young designer Elena Velez may be headed for bankruptcy, cancellation or glory. This is her great experiment.

The Strategic Fashioning of Casey DeSantis
Styles, May 24

With an eye to the Kennedys, and the Trumps. Sometimes, a wardrobe is a strategy.

In ‘Taste the Nation’, Padma Lakshmi’s Focus Is on the Food
Styles, May 24

The host of “Taste the Nation” talks about the do-it-yourself nature of shooting her show.

The Little-Known Brand With Big Easy Style
Styles, May 23

The colorful prints of BayouWear, born at a New Orleans jazz festival, reflect the city itself.

Help! I Need a Guide to Shirt-Tucking Protocol.
Styles, May 22

Button-up shirts can be tucked, untucked, half-tucked or French tucked. A reader wonders where to begin.

‘Succession’ Style, Episode 9: The Funeral
Styles, May 22

Marcia looks “chic” for the funeral, and Matsson follows decorum for once, but the wives and mistresses steal the show.

Do Dress Sneakers Belong in the Oval Office?
Styles, May 19

People felt strongly after spotting the hybrid shoe at a meeting with the president.

How to Wear a Sari? A New Exhibition Counts the Ways.
Styles, May 19

“The Offbeat Sari” explores the influence and evolution of the traditional South Asian garment.

The Dawn of a New Century 21
Styles, May 18

The department store reopened in Lower Manhattan less than three years after closing all of its locations. For some, it had felt like an eternity.

Meet the Woman Responsible for #AliyahCore
Styles, May 18

Aliyah Bah cultivated her quirky aesthetic — a hodgepodge of Y2K, alternative and harajuku style — and watched it take off online.

Why the Catwalk Is Coming to Cannes
Styles, May 18

The next Indiana Jones movie isn’t the only big premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Chopard is unveiling a full couture line, and Versace is showing a Dua Lipa collaboration.

Why Ted Lasso’s Shoe Game Is So Strong
Styles, May 17

Credit the show’s star and creator, Jason Sudeikis, a real-life sneakerhead who owns about 250 pairs.

Welcome to Richie’s World
Styles, May 17

Richie Shazam, a model and downtown artist, has made an explosive book of self-portraits.

‘Anna Nicole Smith: You Don’t Know Me’ Review: Mistreated
Weekend, May 16

The tumultuous life and death of the model, actress and tabloid superstar is related with little insight in this facile Netflix documentary.

Concert Tees? Try Trial Merch.
Styles, May 16

Modern legal spectacles are now must-see entertainment — and the inspiration for a growing (if not niche) type of merchandise.

Chloë Sevigny Sold Her Old Clothes, and People Came in Droves
Styles, May 15

Fashion lovers flocked to shop from the star’s collection of garments in what was advertised on social media as the “sale of the century.”

How Do I Upgrade My Carhartt Wardrobe?
Styles, May 15

A reader wonders how to spruce up a closet full of “drab Pacific Northwest earth tones.”

Spring Dressing Isn’t Impossible
Styles, May 14

The key? Don’t worry about following rules.

Slava Zaitsev, Enduring Soviet-Era Fashion Designer, Dies at 85
Obits, May 13

He gave color, sparkle and opulence to a generation raised in drab Soviet gray and designed for pop stars, Olympic athletes, politicians and ballerinas.

Soft Pants: The Postpandemic Benefit That’s Here to Stay
Op Ed, May 13

Ditching “hard pants” is just another way that the pandemic has altered the fabric — literally — of our lives.

This Spring, Classic Silhouettes Come With an Edge
T Style, May 12

High-contrast accessories — whether neckties with stilettos or boots with pearls — give well-honed tailoring a new appeal.

Manolo Blahnik Turns Over an Old Leaf
T Style, May 12

The fashion house revives a verdant, laurel-inspired ’70s sandal.

Reptilian Accessories That Make Coldblooded Look Cool
T Style, May 11

Scale up bags and boots with stylish skins, from embossed python to real croc.

This Designer Wants You to Look ‘Powerful’ on Your Wedding Day
Styles, May 11

Sally LaPointe’s first bridal collection bucks the constraints of tradition while celebrating brides who embrace their confidence and the risqué.

Why Are All Those People Outside H&M, Again?
Styles, May 11

How consumers became obsessed with fashion collaborations, courtesy of the Swedish mall staple.

In China, It’s Time to Splurge Again, and the Luxury Industry Is Relieved
Business, May 2

The end of pandemic-era restrictions has unleashed a luxury spending rebound in China. Which Western brands are coming out on top?

Who Gets to Tell the Story? Views Differ.
Letters, May 1

Readers respond to Pamela Paul’s first column, about “lived experience.” Also: Those who golf; women’s office clothing.