The beautiful ones, they hurt you every time.
The beautiful ones, they hurt you every time.
Readers discuss a change for the worse with the rise of the Delta variant. Also: Summer fashion; reading in the pandemic.
As workers return to the financial district, longstanding dress codes have been relaxed. Right now, almost anything goes. Even jeans.
After a year in New Jersey, a fashion designer who moonlights as a magician discovered to her surprise that she could afford to move back to the city.
Usar los códigos de vestimenta para controlar los cuerpos de las mujeres no es nada nuevo. Lo distinto es que ahora ellas están tomando cartas en el asunto.
A reader wonders how to dress at medical school.
Smaller brands are working with athletes in different ways, like giving them equity or roles in developing products, and are paying more attention to their personal stories.
With bridal designers and boutiques experiencing an influx of customers and limited supply, some brides and grooms are taking the sewing machines into their amateur hands.
Wu Tsang’s latest installation, a restored Art Deco hotel — and more.
Policing women’s bodies via dress code is nothing new in sports. The difference is now women are doing something about it.
This fall, window displays at Louis Vuitton will feature an uber-collaboration of trunks decorated by BTS, Susan Miller and more.
Cheering the American Olympians, the first lady broke with recent sartorial customs.
A reader asks whether hat etiquette has changed, and for advice on avoiding hat hair.
You might have missed it, but look again. They want to change the Olympic fashion game.
It was a homecoming of sorts.
Dispersing heat is a practical addition to the outfits during the sweltering weather in Tokyo.
A steak made from a beet, James Shalom’s fashion debut — and more.
Bras in the parks, skivvies on Fifth Avenue: Is this the logical endpoint of increasingly blurred distinctions between public and private?
Furi Sport, a new tennis equipment and fashion line, wants to do nothing less than change the game.
When Jeff Bezos flew off in his rocket, he became the international (interstellar?) symbol of the male in midlife crisis.
The Blue Origin flight suits are blue, of course.
The 90-year-old co-founder of the storied fashion label gives T a tour of her art- and heirloom-filled home.
Rosita Missoni invites us into her home outside of Milan.
The LVMH luxury group has bought a majority stake in Off-White and given its founder license to shake up more than just fashion. And he’s got skin in the game.
Forget comfort clothing. Seriously, forget it. The year of the nontraveling sweatpants has come to an end.
After attending shows in person for the first time in more than a year, two industry watchers reflect on the spectacle and the art.
The fashion company will merge with a SPAC, giving it cash to add to its empire.
For his Saint Laurent spring 2022 men’s wear collection, Anthony Vaccarello mined the past for an indefinite future.
We spoke to the pop star’s stylists about the vintage Chanel she wore to meet the Bidens at the White House.
Why Valentino couture in Venice was worth waiting for.
One of fashion’s first top Arab models has a new documentary about the creative class in Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Herbal wines, a hotel on the French Riviera — and more.
Less than a decade after fleeing a repressive ultra-Orthodox Jewish community, Haart heads a global talent empire. Her next challenge? Letting viewers peek behind the curtain.
Contrasting the fashions from the original series tells a much bigger story about trends overall.
The patron saint of designing for the female gaze is back.
Nordstrom hopes a partnership with the online fashion behemoth can attract younger shopper back to its stores and its website.
Kerby Jean-Raymond of Pyer Moss reinvents the oldest form of French fashion with politics, humor and a Black Panther.
Everything you need to know from the first post-pandemic in-person couture week, including the biggest debut, most viral moments and non-influencer trends.
Pyer Moss was supposed to present its first couture collection in a New York mansion. Inclement weather postponed the show but didn’t dampen the party.
As the pandemic ebbs, the Loop and nearby neighborhoods have roared back to life. Here, eight great spots to hit while the weather’s hot.
John Galliano makes a movie, and so does Kim Jones at Fendi. Pass the popcorn.
Lazarus Lynch’s beauty routine, a line of eco-conscious children’s wear — and more.
A new generation of fashion boys is using the app to teach one another about clothes — how to make them, what designers matter and how to put together looks.
Demna Gvasalia takes on the legacy of the master. Chitose Abe of Sacai takes on Jean Paul Gaultier. And Viktor & Rolf take on royalty. Reckoning with history in Paris.
A Frenchman who loves the American West and collects BMX bikes makes eyewear that touches on all sorts of cool.
Eventually my son will develop his own style, but what should he wear until then?
And Giorgio Armani, recycling himself.
We’re back to body parts, discos and sky dives. Yes, it’s showtime, in a mix of digital and physical, at Schiaparelli, Iris van Herpen and Giambattista Valli.
Four years after its founder’s death, the cult brand has a new designer. How did he do?
Here’s how to get your well-worn shoes looking their best.
Here are some ways to clean and care for your clothing after a long winter.
Test your knowledge of this week’s health news.
Searching for a last-minute gift … that may take months to arrive? This holiday gift guide might give you a few ideas.
Así fue como una nueva generación de modelos dominicanas se apoderó de las pasarelas. Ellas siguen cambiando nuestra idea de cómo luce la belleza.
Whether united by outlook or identity, happenstance or choice, these communities have shaped the worlds of art, fashion, film and more.
Long a capital of nightlife, from ’70s discos to ’90s raves, the city is now home to a rich after-hours culture where anyone — of any race, gender or sexuality — is welcome.
A city poised on the edge of Europe and the rest of the world became the incubator for talents like Dries Van Noten, Luc Tuymans and Ann Demeulemeester.
For centuries, Italy has prized the art of fashion and furniture design like no other country in the world, with generations dedicated to traditional craftsmanship and continuity.
As Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing, Maria Cornejo, Telfar Clemens and Gucci’s Alessandro Michele prove, making clothes is the ultimate act of collaboration.
Lineisy Montero, Licett Morillo and others have gained an international presence while also subverting assumptions about how women should look in Latin America.
Kimora Lee Simmons, Phillip Lim and many more have collectively advanced issues of representation.