The Ugly State of Shoe Collaborations
Style, Today

Blingy Crocs, punk Uggs and spangled sneakers, oh my.

La guía Biden para vestir más joven
En español, Today

Se ha hablado mucho de la edad del presidente, pero su forma de vestir cuenta otra historia. Hay lecciones que aprender.

F.T.C. Said to Consider Blocking Major Fashion Merger
Business, Today

Regulators are expected to meet next week to discuss the $8.5 billion deal between Coach’s owner, Tapestry, and Michael Kors’s parent company, Capri Holdings, which would create a U.S. luxury conglomerate.

Will the French Olympic Team Be Best Dressed at the Opening Ceremony?
Style, Yesterday

Carine Roitfeld teamed up with Berluti to sprinkle some fashion fairy dust on the designs. Here’s the verdict.

The British (Fashion Brands) Are Coming!
Style, Yesterday

Three beloved London brands are making their way across the Atlantic to stake a bricks and mortar presence in the United States.

Caitlin Clark and the Best-Dressed at the W.N.B.A. Draft
Style, Yesterday

The next class of basketball stars are ready for their close-ups. Finally, fashion is paying attention.

Let’s Keep This Vintage Fashion Boutique Just Between Us
Style, Yesterday

A laid-back shop in Los Angeles is a semi-secret spot for celebrities and costume designers.

15 Looks That Did the Most at Coachella
Style, April 15

The music festival had plenty of memorable fashion. Most (but not all) of it was ostentatious.

The Biden Guide to Dressing Younger
Style, April 15

Though much has been made of the president’s age, his tailoring tells another story. There are lessons to be learned here.

Should I Dress to Hide My Scars or Show Them Off?
Style, April 15

Scars can be covered up or airbrushed away, our critic writes. But what is lost when we erase our experiences from our bodies?

Fashion’s Favorite Farm
Styles, April 14

What is Sky High Farm? A brand? An art project? A business? A charity? It wants to be all of the above.

Lawmaker Presses Luxury Designer After Reports of Exploiting Indigenous Workers
Washington, April 13

A freshman congressman is demanding answers from the fashion house Loro Piana, which sources wool from his native Peru and faces accusations of exploiting workers there.

Lewis Hamilton, Swizz Beatz and Nine Inch Nails Toast Influential Artists
Styles, April 13

This week, the Brooklyn Museum honored the work of Titus Kaphar at their Artists Ball, and GQ hosted an awards show in the Financial District.

Roberto Cavalli, a Life Out Loud
Styles, April 12

The fashion designer who made maximalism cool.

Roberto Cavalli, Designer Who Celebrated Excess, Dies at 83
Obits, April 12

From the mid-1990s onward he was one of the biggest names in fashion, with stores around the world and celebrity admirers like Lenny Kravitz and Cindy Crawford.

What We Saw at New York Bridal Fashion Week
Styles, April 11

Reimagined classic silhouettes, a play on textures and interactive presentations brought fresh takes to the spring and summer 2025 bridal collections.

Wedding Accessories That Will Steal the Show
Styles, April 11

From statement rings to 3-D armlets, here are four standout pieces from New York Bridal Fashion Week to add a pop of personality to your wedding day look.

Nigerian Fashion Moves Beyond the Catwalk
Style, April 11

Known for its annual fashion week, the region’s influence on style has been expanding, with the help of these designers.

At the Japan State Dinner, Jill Biden Makes an Entrance
Styles, April 11

The first lady was glittering in crystals — four days after Melania Trump stepped out in pink at a Palm Beach fund-raiser. Together, the pictures offer a harbinger of what is to come.

Did a Politician Ruin a Trendy Shoe?
Styles, April 10

Photos of Britain’s prime minister wearing Adidas Sambas briefly united a nation.

‘Brandy Hellville & the Cult of Fast Fashion’: 5 Takeaways
Styles, April 10

Former employees of the brand, a Gen Z fashion favorite, recount race and size discrimination in a new documentary on HBO.

Dianne Brill, a 1980s ‘It Girl,’ Makes a Splashy Return
Styles, April 8

“I’m back,” she says at her 66th birthday party. “Maybe not everyone knows it yet, but I am.”

Virgil Abloh’s Legacy Is About to Get Louder
Styles, April 8

Shannon Abloh and the Fashion Scholarship Fund unveil a new plan.

Grunge: A Dull Date, the Sound of Seattle, a ‘Time Capsule’
Insider, April 7

The New York Times has a long and complicated history with the word grunge. Let’s get down and dingy in it.

A Niche Indian Actress Is Thrust Into Hollywood’s Spotlight
Styles, April 6

Sobhita Dhulipala has taken on risky roles in her acting career, outside of India’s blockbuster hits. Now, she’s starring in Dev Patel’s “Monkey Man.”

Giorgio Armani Doesn’t Think Much About Age
Styles, April 5

At 89, the fashion designer and chief executive of Armani Group is having a renaissance.

What Should I Wear for the Eclipse?
Styles, April 5

Silver sneakers? A spacesuit? Our fashion critic advises a reader on how to dress in theme for a coming eclipse party.

Barbie, the Book
Styles, April 5

A bookstore event for the newly published “Barbie: The World Tour” brought out the die-hards.

In the End, ‘The New Look’ Left Us Wanting More
Styles, April 5

More Dior. More Chanel. More fashion!

Is Larry David the Most Unsung Fashion Critic of Our Time?
Styles, April 5

The “Curb Your Enthusiasm” creator and star has been commenting on the human condition through people’s sartorial choices for decades.

Are You a ‘Spring’ or a ‘Winter’? It Could Cost You $500 to Find Out.
Styles, April 5

Seasonal color analysis, a fad from the 1980s seeking to identify a person’s most flattering color palette, is drawing views and exasperation on TikTok.

Reworked Italian Jerseys That Celebrate Soccer Style
T Style, April 4

Plus: a Nancy Brooks Brody exhibition, a Nile sailboat charter and more recommendations from T Magazine.

The Buzz on Boat Shoes
Styles, April 4

The category of footwear created when Franklin D. Roosevelt was president is being reinterpreted and rediscovered.

Angel Reese Declares for the W.N.B.A. Draft … in Vogue
Styles, April 3

Athletes like Ms. Reese and Serena Williams know that fashion is now part of the game.

Ye Praised Hitler and Spoke of ‘Going for the Gays,’ Lawsuit Claims
Culture, April 2

A former employee sued the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, claiming a hostile work environment at Yeezy, his fashion brand, and Donda Academy, his private school.

Take Me Out to the Gift Shop
Styles, April 2

For a lot of fans at the new Mets team store, game day is all about the shopping.

L.S.U.’s Kim Mulkey Courts Controversy With Style
Styles, April 1

Inside the coach’s winning fashion playbook.

Gisele Bündchen habla sobre la alimentación saludable y las relaciones tóxicas
En español, April 1

A puertas de cumplir 30 años en la industria, la supermodelo conversa sobre su vida en Miami y su nuevo libro de cocina, “Nourish”.

Toes Out in the Workplace? You Might Want to Tread Carefully.
Styles, April 1

A sandal enthusiast wonders how much “toe cleavage” is too much for a business-casual office.

New York City’s Easter Parade, Where Spring’s in Full Bloom
Styles, March 31

Spectators showed up to celebrate the season.

‘I Quit,’ Says Lizzo, Citing Online Criticism and Ridicule
Express, March 30

The Grammy Award-winning singer said on Instagram that she was “starting to feel like the world doesn’t want me in it.”

Three Presidents, No Neckties
Styles, March 29

Did Presidents Biden, Obama and Clinton, appearing together at a fund-raiser in open-neck shirts, look casual or ‘a little disheveled’?

How Female Bodybuilders Became Fashion’s Latest Muses
T Style, March 29

An industry long known for revering willowy bodies is taking a new interest in muscle.

When Sean Combs Was ‘Living the American Dream’
Styles, March 28

A restless ambition took him from hip-hop to the Met Gala, a reality show, a fashion label, a fragrance line and his own cable network. Then came the accusations and federal raids.

Jenna Lyons Will Return to ‘Real Housewives of New York City’
Styles, March 28

An exclusive interview with an “unlikely housewife,” the former J. Crew president turned Bravo star.

Valentino Enters Its Alessandro Michele Era
Styles, March 28

Alessandro Michele, the designer who brought profits and plenty of buzz to Gucci, was just named creative director of Valentino.

Live Like Karl
Styles, March 28

What happened when Karl Lagerfeld’s last residence, where he worked and where Choupette lived, was offered at auction.

Sean Combs resolvió una demanda, pero sus problemas recién habían empezado
En español, March 27

En noviembre, el magnate del hip-hop negó las acusaciones de agresión sexual de su exnovia. Desde entonces, más demandas han afectado sus negocios y su reputación.

You Know Him From N.B.A. Games. You Know His House From ‘Selling Sunset.’
Arts & Leisure, March 27

For half a century, James Goldstein has been renovating a house by John Lautner. It’s a spectacular legacy. But like everything about Goldstein, it’s complicated.

Has the Luxury E-Commerce Bubble Burst?
Styles, March 27

Some of the biggest names in fashion e-commerce, including Farfetch and MatchesFashion, have imploded. What does that mean for fashion brands, investors and customers?

Lizzo Embraces ‘Body Neutrality’
Styles, March 27

The singer Lizzo, who has a new swim line, has moved on from “body positivity.”

Sean Combs Settled a Lawsuit, but His Troubles Were Just Beginning
Culture, March 27

The hip-hop mogul denied sexual assault accusations in a bombshell suit in November. As more allegations piled up, his business empire, and reputation, faltered.

Is Humanity Out of Fashion?
Styles, March 26

Designer change at Valentino and Dries Van Noten raises the question.

Where Are Men Buying Suits Off the Rack?
Styles, March 26

More than 80 answers to this question offered a sense of what styles are popular these days.

What’s the Point of a Tiny Evening Bag?
Styles, March 25

Our fashion critic explains why some may prefer clutches and small evening purses when more practical alternatives exist.

Has Fashion Canceled Canceling?
Styles, March 25

The recent history of John Galliano, Dolce & Gabbana and even Ye suggests the answer may be yes.

Furry Slippers and Sweatpants: Young Chinese Embrace ‘Gross Outfits’ at Work
Business, March 24

The social media movement is the latest sign that some of China’s young people are resisting the compulsion to strive.

Gisele Bündchen on Healthy Eating and Unhealthy Relationships
Styles, March 23

The supermodel opens up about life in Miami and her new cookbook, “Nourish.”

Valentino’s Creative Director Is Departing
Styles, March 22

Pierpaolo Piccioli, known for his bold use of color and studded leather shoes, had been at the fashion house for 25 years.

King Charles Hosts a Fashion Show
Styles, March 22

Clothes from a collaboration between the king and two designers are on view at a royal estate. Plus, a new line by Isaac Mizrahi (that’s not for QVC).

Fashion for a Moment in the Sun
T Style, March 22

A touch of transparency balances the season’s rich, saturated hues.

With TikTok Under Fire, Brands That Rely on It Worry
Business, March 22

Many companies, particularly in the beauty and fashion industries, have boosted sales through the platform. They don’t really have a backup plan.

The Collective Cry of the Fashion Bros: No Dries! Don’t Go!
Styles, March 21

Men’s wear enthusiasts mourn the retirement of Dries Van Noten.

They Thought Their Freaknik Days Were Behind Them. No, Cue the Tape.
National, March 21

Attendees of the rowdy ’80s and ’90s-era spring festival in Atlanta are wondering whether — and how — they might show up in a new documentary about it.

‘Freaknik’ Documentary Invites Viewers to Black College Spring Break
Culture, March 21

A new Hulu documentary delves into the legendary Atlanta event and surfaces relics of 1980s and ’90s culture that were essential to partygoers.

A Designer Inspired by Club DJs, Fishing Apparel and Ceremonial Masks
T Style, March 21

Simone Bellotti, the creative director of Bally, shares his influences.

His Voice Can Stop You in Your Tracks
Styles, March 21

Loren Kramar wowed the fashion set with a recent performance. Now he’s taking his act mainstream.

Martin Greenfield, Tailor to Sinatra, Obama, Trump and Shaq, Dies at 95
Obits, March 20

He dressed six presidents, coached designers and made thousands of suits for TV shows and movies. But his beginnings were dismal: He learned to sew at Auschwitz.

Zendaya Says Goodbye to Sandworms, Hello to Skorts
Style, March 20

The actress is known for thematic dressing to promote her movies. After her “Dune” desert epic, comes a tennis love triangle, “Challengers.”

The Trumpification of Kristi Noem
Styles, March 20

The South Dakota governor’s new teeth are just the latest step in a very MAGA makeover.

Pale Blue Bags Add a Fresh Touch for Spring
T Style, March 20

Structured, ladylike purses look crisp in shades of sky and robin’s egg.

Kristen Stewart y sus atuendos al desnudo
En español, March 20

En la gira de prensa para “Sangre en los labios”, su nueva película, la actriz vistió mucho mensaje bajo poca ropa.

Dries Van Noten Announces Retirement
Styles, March 19

The Belgian designer, known for his glorious use of color and prints, remained independent for years. Now he’s going out on his own terms.

Why This Fashion Designer Holds On to a Gap Shirt and a Necklace With a Chipped Tooth
T Style, March 19

Glenn Martens, the creative director of Y/Project and Diesel, shares his inspirations.

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.

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.

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.