A new exhibition of photographs by Juergen Teller exposes the truth of young women on their go-sees.
A new exhibition of photographs by Juergen Teller exposes the truth of young women on their go-sees.
Wintertime luxuries for the seasoned lounger.
Delicate and transparent garments — skirts, shifts and blouses — depart from the boudoir.
Miyako Bellizzi, who transformed Robert Pattinson from a “pretty boy” into a greasy-haired con artist, knows how to recreate a look.
Almost alone in today’s fashion industry, he understood the value of time to the creative mind and the struggle it took to follow his own direction.
The curious beauty of illusion: gems that appear to float on one’s finger; fabric that emulates stone; two-in-one fashion that plays tricks on the eye.
Lady Gaga, Katie Grand and many more remember the designer, who died on Saturday.
Mr. Alaïa insisted on his freedom and worked, argued and cooked on his own schedule.
The designer had become an increasingly important voice for the value of striving to perfect, and against giving in to the relentless pressure to produce.
Steve Mnuchin and Louise Linton’s money moment, designers making clothes for life — and more.
A keynote case study by Steve Shiffman, C.E.O. of Calvin Klein, followed by an interview with Vanessa Friedman, Fashion Director and Chief Fashion Critic at The New York Times’s International Luxury Conference.
Victor Luis, C.E.O. of Tapestry speaks with Vanessa Friedman, Fashion Director and Chief Fashion Critic.
The rapper made a homecoming to the borough where he was raised, visiting the spots where he and his friends would shop and try to talk to girls.
How does an elite industry continue to thrive in a world that increasingly revolts against the trappings of luxury? Francesca Bellettini of Saint Laurent, Alexander Gilkes of Paddle8 and Laura Pancera of UBS spoke with Elizabeth Paton, European St...
“Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” comes to Manhattan, offering fans of the series a cleverly immersive period wonderland.
The National Theater’s “Network” redefines the wardrobe of the modern media executive.
Presentation by William McDonough, C.E.O., McDonough Innovation and Co-Author, "Cradle to Cradle," at The New York Times's International Luxury Conference, followed by a conversation with Vanessa Friedman, Fashion Director and Chief Fashion Critic...
At a time of broad suspicion around communications, how transparent does a brand need to be with its consumers? Antoine Arnault, C.E.O. of Berluti discussed with Vanessa Friedman, Fashion Director and Chief Fashion Critic at The New York Times's I...
Generation Z is the future, and the future lives online. But Gens X and Y consider shopping a personal experience. How can brands manage competing demands? Hanya Yanagihara, Editor in Chief, T Magazine spoke with Alex Bolen of Oscar de la Renta, M...
The Treasury secretary’s wife made a major statement in black leather at the new $1 bill unveiling.
With the relationship between corporate and creative changing, does the balance of power vary from brand to brand, or is there a perfect mean? Reed Krakoffof Tiffany & Co. and Sonu Shivdasani of Soneva spoke with Elizabeth Paton, European Styles C...
With new attention on fashion and modeling in the post-Harvey Weinstein age, how much responsibility do brands bear? At The New York Times's International Luxury Conference in Brussels, Sara Ziff, Founding Director, Model Alliance spoke with Vanes...
It’s time to swaddle yourself in as many layers as you can.
Designer Stella McCartney spoke with New York Times Fashion Director and Chief Fashion Critic Vanessa Friedman at The New York Times's International Luxury Conference.
Has the rise of e-commerce made the flagship more or less important? Rodrigo Bazan, C.E.O., Thom Browne and Julie Wainwright, Founder and C.E.O., The RealReal, discussed the issue with Hanya Yanagihara, Editor in Chief, T Magazine at The New York ...
Independent, understated, anonymous, even: A trio of sought-after labels specialize in the sort of thoughtful, well-made garments categorized as slow fashion.
Enrico Letta, Former Prime Minister of Italy and President of the Jacques Delors Institute, spoke with Steven Erlanger, Chief European Diplomatic Correspondent at The New York Times's International Luxury Conference.
On the South Side of Chicago and around the U.S., memorial T-shirts are a way to remember, to celebrate — and to indict.
An exhibition celebrating the north of England and its residents’ influence on photography, fashion and art has opened in London.
The first lady had a subtle new look to go with her itinerary. Did you notice?
LVMH’s big management shakeup, the Costume Institute takes on Catholicism — and more.
The last major American selvage denim manufacturer is closing. The American jobs are gone, but Japan has got you covered.
Martine Ali, a Brooklyn jewelry designer, got her start as an intern at DKNY, where her homemade silver pieces got noticed.
A museum exhibit in Paris elevates window dressing by Hermès to an art form.
The Webster and Gérard Darel open in SoHo, as do pop-ups all over town.
Food, drink, friends, good conversation — a dinner party is, in the end, a simple and enduring combination of ingredients. To help you achieve a more flawless and fun-filled gathering, here is everything you need to know about throwing your best d...
The Metropolitan Museum’s 2018 fashion blockbuster looks at religion’s influence on the designer imagination. The Vatican is on board, but will the viewers agree?
Get a first look at new things from big names, and more.
From riding boots to Western styles, versions of the classic to last the fall season.
The executive change reflects turbulence in the wider luxury industry, which has rebounded this year after a period of difficulty.
Kith, the streetwear superstore, opens with enough sneakers and Rice Krispie treats to satisfy the hungriest of young men.
Flared denim, studded suede and laid-back boots to take you on many adventures.
The unisex line won the 2017 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund award.
The ever-packable vacation shoe gets a playful update.
Whatever Paul Manafort may or may not have done, he robbed us of a “lavish lifestyle” fantasy.
Paul Manafort’s shopping spree, Christopher Bailey leaves Burberry — and more.
Uncovering the passions and inspirations of Makie Yahagi, who has stores in New York and Tokyo.
An advertising designer with no formal training in photography, Ms. Thoren chased beauty with a camera using natural light and realistic settings.
For Ralph Lauren, Burton and The Hudson’s Bay Company, kitsch is out and streamlined is in.
What’s really behind fashion’s — and women’s — love of concealing clothes?
Henry Cavill, who is flirting with A-list stardom, pops into Savile Row without his cape.
Jack Greer, an original member of the Still House Group, has a new clothing line, Iggy, and a documentary about his neighborhood park.
Vlada Dzyuba, a teenager from Perm, was working in China on a three-month contract when she died.
That would be John Binder, whose acid-tongued commentary covers the runways and the beltway.
There is a certain symmetry in the end of “Fashion Police” and the publication of “Joan Rivers Confidential,” a book of ephemera from her career.
The founders of MM.LaFleur, Argent and Of Mercer hope to solve the dilemma of what to wear to work.
A fashion philosophy informed by a childhood spent on horses.
Michael Kors, Dita Von Teese and Bernadette Peters joined the party, which raised money for New York City green spaces.
Clothes maketh the man but they can also bringeth him down. The indictment of the former Trump campaign chairman indicated that he spent about $1.3 million in New York and Beverly Hills.
Generations of deal hunters have made the pilgrimage to Century 21. Now, with a new millennial-friendly space, it’s going for their grandchildren.
Gravity-defying furniture, performance art in the East Village, totes for travel and more.
The 25-year-old actor, who stars in Hulu’s “Future Man,” prefers T-shirts and baseball caps.
As the temperature drops, brave the outdoors with a warm sweater or durable coat. Or stay toasty indoors with Swedish sheets and Mediterranean scents.
180 the Store showcases brands represented by the public relations firm Williamson, which happens to live upstairs.
Yes, there were lots of polo shirts and khakis. But there were also star-spangled shoes and Gucci sneakers.
Mr. Bailey was responsible for transforming the company from a local heritage label known for its signature trench coats to a global fashion powerhouse.
Mvmt, a watch start-up in Los Angeles, caters to 20-somethings who grew up in the smartphone age.
The musician and producer wandered through his old neighborhood and talked about his new album, “Half-Light.”
It’s hard to find funky in Greenwich Village these days. But this whimsical store has sold vintage clothing, costumes and tchotchkes for 42 years.
The ghosts of the sneakers I didn’t buy are following me around the World Wide Web! An in-store purchase is more satisfying, studies confirm.
Terry Richardson, a textile designer’s calming life — and more.
As fashion magazines and brands distance themselves from the photographer, insiders say the problem is a lot bigger than one man.
The sale of the department store’s flagship Fifth Avenue building marks the end of shopping as fun, and the rise of work as a way of life.
The prostitute, courtesan, sex worker — all as presented in popular culture — are exerting a strong influence on the looks you may want to wear now.
The transgender club fixture is a host of the downtown Glam party and leads a ragtag crew of “Kardasians.”
In praise of the sparks that fly when opposite textures come together.
Recently named the editor in chief of Brooklyn Magazine, Mr. Israel shops, reads books by and about women, and mixes himself a special cocktail.
“Styles is the document of the conflicts between rich and poor, which is why our section makes absolutely everyone unhappy eventually.”
The singer doesn’t have to say a thing to loom over the culture.
An Erdem collection at H&M, pop-ups at Bergdorf Goodman and VFiles, trunk shows at Barneys New York and Veronica Beard, and more.
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