Bottega Veneta Ties the Knot Again
T Magazine, Today

A new clutch highlights the brand’s signature woven leather.

Art’s New Perch: Your Neck, Not Your Wall
Arts, Today

Artist-made jewelry is no longer an outlier as wearable pieces head to auction — and to museum collections.

Wrinkles, Wrinkles Everywhere, but They Look So Good
Style, Today

Dries Van Noten tell the story of us. Plus beauty in imperfection at Undercover and The Row. And Cher at Balmain.

Lululemon Hopes to Showcase Home Fitness Business With Membership Program
Business, Yesterday

The athleisure brand bought the interactive fitness company Mirror for $500 million in 2020, when at-home workouts were booming because of Covid lockdowns.

Burberry Names Daniel Lee as Its Chief Creative Officer
Styles, Yesterday

The English designer joins the British luxury label, replacing Riccardo Tisci after months of speculation.

Hoop Skirts and Hoodies Redefined by Dior and Saint Laurent
Styles, Yesterday

Updating the past to communicate a new kind of power.

A New Tell-All About the Luxury Industry
Styles, Yesterday

The newsletter Glitz Paris is turning an investigative lens on fashion.

This Season’s Fashion Came to Play
T Style, September 27

Both structured and airy, these couture silhouettes take sportswear essentials beyond the stadium.

Fashion in Milan, Rain or Shine
Styles, September 27

TikTok, K-pop and fashion student stars light up the city.

Burberry, Finally, Puts on Its London Show
Styles, September 26

The latest runway show, delayed by the death of Queen Elizabeth II, was inspired by the British seaside. It had a decidedly muted air.

Handbags to Conjure the Spirit of Spring
T Style, September 26

This fall’s bags come in sunnier shades.

Trends From Trash in the TikTok Age
Styles, September 26

Angelica Hicks has built a cult following with her witty re-creations of high-fashion outfits made from everyday items in her Brooklyn apartment.

What’s the Best Laptop Bag That Doesn’t Look Like a Laptop Bag?
Styles, September 26

A reader navigating a hybrid work environment is looking for a new bag.

In Milan, an Urge to Walk Tall
Styles, September 26

From Etro to Giuseppe Zanotti, designers have embraced the power of the platform.

Matty Bovan Brings Milan to Life
Styles, September 26

While Armani threads the needle and Ferrari hits a speed bump.

Playing Twinsies at Gucci
Styles, September 25

Plus gremlins, goddesses, Paris Hilton at Versace and a triumph at Bottega Veneta. Things are getting funky in Italy.

A Quartet of Debuts
Special Sections, September 25

New designers at Ferragamo, Bally, Etro and Missoni.

Plenty of Glitz
Styles, September 25

Top looks from the Kering Foundation dinner, the Creative Capital benefit and comedy night with the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Roxanne Lowit, Fashion Photographer With a Backstage View, Dies at 80
Obits, September 24

Her candid shots at fashion shows captured stars of the industry as themselves and showed that the spectacle behind the curtain often rivaled the main event.

Decodificando el código de vestimenta: cómo vestirse para una boda
en Español, September 24

Desde el “chic del desierto” al “playero formal”, muchas parejas están optando por temas inusuales para sus bodas y piden a sus invitados lucir el atuendo adecuado.

Bucket Hats Aren’t Just for Summer
T Style, September 23

A once seasonal staple goes year-round.

Dressing for the Age of Anxiety
Styles, September 23

At Moschino, Jeremy Scott throws out a comic life raft. At Prada, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons embrace the imperfect.

A Renaissance for the Italian Rainbow Cookie
T Style, September 22

Plus: pastoral-patterned knitwear and more from T’s cultural compendium.

On the Runway, Money Is the New Sex
T Style, September 22

In this season’s fashion, there’s nothing hotter than looking like a million bucks.

The 25 Most Influential Postwar Women’s Wear Collections
T Style, September 22

A group of fashion experts — editors, historians and a designer — convened over Zoom to make a list of the clothes that shaped the world.

Roxanne Lowit Knew That People Make the Party
Styles, September 22

Marc Jacobs, Christy Turlington, Fran Lebowitz and others remember the singular talent of an on-the-scene photographer.

Diesel Sets a World Record
Special Sections, September 22

And Fendi updates Y2K.

Tyler Mitchell: From Glossy Magazines to a Mega Gallery
Culture, September 21

The photographer explores themes of Black history and Southern identity in “Chrysalis,” his first solo exhibition at Gagosian, London.

‘No Pain, No Gain. No Risk, No Champagne.’
Styles, September 21

Behind the scenes with the most behind-the-scenes man in fashion, Etienne Russo, show producer for Dries Van Noten, Dior Men, Chanel, Hermès, Givenchy, Miu Miu and more.

Who Is Maximilian Davis?
Styles, September 21

A young Black designer, beloved by Rihanna, has been hired to sex up Salvatore Ferragamo for the next generation. What’s his story?

What London Wore While Remembering the Queen
Styles, September 20

Keeping calm and carrying on.

Seven Looks That Defined New York Fashion Week
Interactive, September 20

Big pants, small bags and other memorable takeaways from the fashion week that was.

At a Moment in London Like No Other, Fashion Forges Ahead
Styles, September 20

London Fashion Week clashed with the funeral of Britain’s longest reigning monarch. The city’s designers, respectfully, chose to soldier on.

I Just Got a Big Promotion. Do I Need a Fancier Wardrobe Too?
Styles, September 19

A reader wonders if he should buy new clothes now that he has a senior position.

Queen Elizabeth: A Visual Dictionary
Styles, September 19

The things that made the queen the queen.

Striking a Pose
Styles, September 18

Top outfits from the museum openings for Wolfgang Tillmans, Machine Dazzle and David LaChapelle, and LaQuan Smith’s after-party.

‘El algodón no se desperdicia’: una empresa mexicana hila su éxito con materiales excedentes
en Español, September 18

El éxito de Caralarga, una empresa en Querétaro, ha hecho que pase de ser una operación de dos personas a convertirse en una compañía con 60 empleados que fabrica y envía productos a todo el mundo.

Will Welch Leads GQ to ‘the New Masculinity’
Styles, September 17

When he got the job as top editor, a friend told him, “Yikes.” Now, with an assist from Brad Pitt, he has remade the men’s magazine for the post-#MeToo age.

Laceless Sneakers With a Touch of Class
T Style, September 16

An elevated twist on the classic trainer.

She’s Come Undone (on Purpose)
Styles, September 16

The jeans of the young and stylish are unzipped, unbuttoned and unbothered. Why?

Willy Chavarria Takes It to Church
Styles, September 16

Classicism, class consciousness and design chops converged at the Latinx designer’s latest presentation.

Hip-Hop Mogul and Gap Officially End Their Partnership
Business, September 15

The Yeezy Gap apparel line deal, announced with much fanfare in 2020, was supposed to last 10 years and generate $1 billion in annual sales.

Tom Ford’s Orgy of Glitz
Styles, September 15

The 1970s, ’80s and ’90s came together on the last day of New York Fashion Week.

A Fashion House Brings Out the Spray Paint Again
T Style, September 15

A new jacket and trousers from Alexander McQueen nod to the brand’s explosive runway finale decades earlier.

The New Button-Front Shirt
T Style, September 15

This fall’s silhouette pairs voluminous pants with tops in playful prints.

Who Cares What I Wear at School Drop-Off? Me.
Styles, September 15

How we dress for those five minutes may not be important, but a bit of effort could be uplifting.

Decoding the Dress Code: What to Wear to a Wedding Now
Styles, September 15

From “desert chic” to “beach formal,” many couples are selecting distinctive themes for their weddings and are asking their guests to look the part.

Breton Tees, Boyfriend Shirts and Blunt Bangs
Styles, September 15

Jean-Luc Godard influenced generations of designers.

Melvin Sokolsky, Surrealist Fashion Photographer, Dies at 88
Obits, September 14

Models flew over Paris or floated in a bubble in his arresting images, seen in Harper’s Bazaar and other fashion bibles in the experimental ’60s.

Billionaire No More: Patagonia Founder Gives Away the Company
Climate, September 14

Yvon Chouinard has forfeited ownership of the company he founded 49 years ago. The profits will now be used to fight climate change.

Clothes That Meet the Moment
Styles, September 14

Gabriela Hearst, Tory Burch and Peter Do solve some problems.

Where’s the Next Party?
Styles, September 14

The best party outfits from New York Fashion Week, including events for Saks, Bergdorf, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy and Opening Ceremony.

Where’s the Next Party?
Style, September 14

The best party outfits from New York Fashion Week, including events for Saks, Bergdorf, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy and Opening Ceremony.

Classic Tailoring Gets a New Twist
T Style, September 14

The stage is set for men’s wear’s exuberant return to form.

Where the ‘Rust Belt’ Meets the Runway
Styles, September 14

At New York Fashion Week, a big metal bag made in the Midwest helped represent “female hysteria.”

Little Dresses for Big Nights
Styles, September 14

Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio, the founders of the Attico, tread the line between sexy, campy and chic.

Vogue Builds a World
Styles, September 13

In the former meatpacking district, Anna Wintour staged a commercial extravaganza with one eye on global domination.

Vogue Builds a World
Style, September 13

In the former meatpacking district, Anna Wintour staged a commercial extravaganza with one eye on global domination.

Patching With Olivier Theyskens
Styles, September 13

Streetwear Lands on Savile Row
Styles, September 13

Clothsurgeon, which makes bespoke streetwear for Riz Ahmed and ASAP Rocky, is a first for the fabled street.

The Artist Making Sculptures From Scraps
T Style, September 13

Plus: the stateside rise of fermented tofu and more from T’s cultural compendium.

The Corsage Finds a Fresh Way to Make a Statement
T Style, September 13

Once considered fusty and unfashionable, boutonnieres and other floral adornments are enjoying a renaissance.

Who Wears the Skirts in the Family?
Styles, September 13

Three designers showing at New York Men’s Day prove that men’s wear influences can come from anywhere. Think Lizzo, dhotis and Flavor Flav.

Inside Telfar’s Rainbow Bag Drop
Styles, September 12

A pop-up event at a Rainbow store in Brooklyn drew hundreds of shoppers who lined up to buy a highly sought-after Telfar Shopping Bag.

William Klein, Who Photographed the Energy of City Life, Dies at 96
Obits, September 12

He built his reputation with dreamlike images of New York, Rome, Moscow and Tokyo and cast a satirical eye on fashion in a decade of work for Vogue.

How ‘sustainable fashion’ could run afoul of antitrust regulators.
Business, September 12

The organizer of New York Fashion Week has pledged to achieve a net-zero goal by 2050, but agreements among fashion houses risk violating competition rules.

What Does Power Dressing Mean Today?
Styles, September 12

A new crop of designers at New York Fashion Week redefine the term.

This Season’s Outerwear Gives a Little Lift
T Style, September 12

Billowing, buoyant coats for fall.

I Abandoned My Skinny Jeans. What Top Do I Wear With Baggy Pants?
Styles, September 12

A reader wonders how to style loose pants.

Marni Makes Magic Under the Manhattan Bridge
Styles, September 11

The Italian brand made the sun rise on a new kind of street wear.

The Joke’s on Fashion Week
Styles, September 10

Chloe Fineman, Sarah Sherman and other comedians host an unusual fashion show at the Comedy Cellar.

The Joke’s on Fashion Week
Style, September 10

Chloe Fineman, Sarah Sherman and other comedians host an unusual fashion show at the Comedy Cellar.

Linda Evangelista, the It Bag and ‘Sex and the City’
Styles, September 10

Fashion week kicked off with a bang at the Hammerstein Ballroom, where Fendi celebrated 25 years of the Baguette bag (with the help of Marc Jacobs).

The Wedding Photographer Favored by High Society and Fashion Royalty
Styles, September 10

At rarefied weddings, including those of British Vogue’s top editor, Princess Diana’s niece and Paris Hilton, German Larkin has become a fixture.

Inside Trondheim, One of Europe’s Northernmost Creative Hubs
T Style, September 9

From Michelin chefs to fashion plates, the Nordic city comes into its own.

Mr. Mayor, Who Are You Wearing?
Style, September 9

“I love clothing,” said Eric Adams, kicking off New York Fashion Week with a cocktail party — alongside Anna Wintour, who he called an “angel that wears Prada.”

Mr. Mayor, Who Are You Wearing?
Styles, September 9

“I love clothing,” said Eric Adams, kicking off New York Fashion Week with a cocktail party — alongside Anna Wintour, his “angel that wears Prada.”

Claw Clips Claw Their Way Back
Styles, September 9

A ’90s hair accessory makes a triumphant return on the heads of models, influencers and, well, everybody else.

London Fashion Week clashes with the queen’s funeral.
World, September 9

Some brands were rethinking their plans for one of the biggest events on the British fashion industry’s calendar, which comes during a period of national mourning.

London Fashion Week clashes with the queen’s funeral.
World, September 9

Some brands were rethinking their plans for one of the biggest events on the British fashion industry’s calendar, which comes during a period of national mourning.

Queen Elizabeth II and the Shape of 20th-Century Power Dressing
Styles, September 8

The longest-serving British monarch let her clothes do the talking for her.

Michelle Obama’s White House Portrait: Arms and the Woman
Special Sections, September 8

When is a dress not just a dress? When it’s part of a painting meant for posterity.

The Best Red Carpet of the Year
Styles, September 8

Including a new group of fashion superstars.

La República Popular de Shein
en Español, September 8

Se les acusa de prácticas laborales turbias, de contribuir al aumento de desperdicios y al consumo excesivo. Pero en EE. UU., la marcha china de moda rápida a bajo costo sigue cosechando éxitos.

The Legend on Lexington
Styles, September 8

It’s where Sean Combs got his start in fashion, Sarah Jessica Parker bought her Calvins and André Leon Talley rode the escalator with Givenchy. Memories of 150 years at Bloomingdale’s.

Your Wednesday Evening Briefing
N Y T Now, September 7

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

No Flower Headbands at This Music Festival
Styles, September 7

Ravers donned their flimsiest finery for the Electric Zoo music festival in New York.

The Woman Changing On-Court Sneaker Culture
Styles, September 7

Melody Ehsani is the rare woman designing Nike performance shoes for elite athletes.

So Square It’s Hip: ​​Gen Z Tries on the Communist Cadre Look
Foreign, September 7

Why are some Chinese youth dressing like middle-aged civil servants? It might be ironic, or a longing for stability in uncertain times.

Celebrities, Shows and Clothes: Everything You Need to Know About Fashion Week
Styles, September 7

It’s back and as big as ever.

Money Can’t Buy Class. Or Can It?
Book Review, September 6

In “Status and Culture,” W. David Marx sets out to unravel the grand mysteries of identity.

My Weight Keeps Changing. What Clothes Should I Buy?
Culture, September 5

An environmentally conscious reader is looking for clothing that accommodates fluctuations in size.

Dressing for Hot: How a Warming Planet Is Changing What We Wear
Climate, September 3

A climate reporter in Washington set out to test clothes designed for keeping cool. He found a few good (but pricey) options, along with some questionable claims.

Behind the Wheel in L.A., With a New Destination
Special Sections, September 1

Once the head of women’s wear for Stella McCartney and Jil Sander, Leena Similu has taken a 180-degree turn into ceramics.

The Man Who Amassed 10,000 Vintage Scarves (and Wrote a Book About It)
Special Sections, September 1

“It’s a bit of fashion, a bit of design, but I see it more like a book about paintings,” said the author, Benoit Pierre Emery.

From Ralph Lauren to Louis Vuitton, Who Dressed Your Living Room?
Special Sections, September 1

For three-quarters of a century, the $1.7 trillion global fashion industry has found opportunity in home furnishings.

An American in Milan With a Taste for ‘Sprezzatura’
Special Sections, September 1

Eric Egan’s interior design studio upholds couture traditions with exquisite — but far from stodgy — details for the home.

In Mexico, a Company and a Community Tied Together With a Single Thread
Special Sections, September 1

Cotton forms the foundation of Caralarga’s objects and fashions.

The People’s Republic of Shein
Styles, September 1

Shein continues its rise with American shoppers, who don’t mind the controversies.

World-Class Lessons on Zero-Waste
Styles, August 31

Designers from around the world find inspiration in traditional garment making in their quest to eliminate fabric waste.

Don’t Get Dressed Without Reading This Book
Styles, August 31

Claire McCardell helped create American fashion. She was also a writer whose words on style still resonate today.

The Teenage Baller Behind the ‘Super Fly’ Brittney Griner Hoodies
Sports, August 31

Isabella Escribano, 14, is popular on Instagram for her basketball skills. She’s using her design skills in the public campaign to free the W.N.B.A. star Brittney Griner.

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.