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What Eric Adams and Chelsea Clinton Wore to Parties Last Week
Styles, Yesterday

Events were held for the New York Philharmonic, the Winter Show and the International Center of Photography.

Jackie Rogers, Jet-Setting Fashion Designer, Dies at 90
Obits, February 4

An outspoken American who became a model for Coco Chanel, she partied with Europe’s elite before starting her own clothing line for stars and socialites.

The Mean Life of a ‘Midsize’ Model
Styles, February 4

On TikTok, a midsize movement is forming, but models like Jill Kortleve are rarely cast in glossy brand campaigns or on the catwalks. Why not?

Paco Rabanne, Couturier of the Space Age, Dies at 88
Obits, February 3

He burst onto the French fashion scene in 1966 and, with dresses made from metal, plastic and paper, changed the definition of couture.

A Ghost Appears at the Marc Jacobs Show
Styles, February 3

Upside-down jackets, punk gestures — Vivienne Westwood is still present in fashion.

After Jacinda Ardern, Politics Will Never Look the Same
Styles, February 2

For once, a politician who wasn’t afraid of fashion.

In This Nigerian Market, Young Women Find a Place of Their Own
Interactive, February 2

The members of the female and L.G.B.T.Q. skateboarding collective Dencity have carved out a space of freedom, safety and community in Lagos.

Rarefied Clothes for Rarefied People
Styles, January 31

A Styles photographer captures the fashion inside and out at the couture shows.

A Fashion Show That Widens the Lens on Asian Identity
Styles, January 31

The art collective CFGNY held a conceptual fashion show at the Japan Society.

Fashion Weeks are Unsustainable. Can Strict Rules Fix That?
Styles, January 31

Organizers of Copenhagen Fashion Week have created sustainability requirements for participating designers with the goal of setting a new industry standard.

Being Edward Hopper
Culture, January 30

It’s no longer enough to like our favorite artists’ works. By putting on Hopper’s fedora, Picasso’s striped shirt, Warhol’s wig or Kahlo’s colorful couture, we want to become their avatars.

Where Will the Fashion Insiders Hang Out Now?
Styles, January 30

With the closing of Le Castiglione comes the end of an era for a certain slice of Parisian life.

How Can I Dress Like a Designer?
Styles, January 30

A reader notices that fashion designers often wear elegant, understated looks. Can the rest of us?

A Murder Mystery With Clothes to Die For
Styles, January 29

On “The Traitors,” a reality game show framed as a whodunit, host Alan Cumming’s wardrobe has some viewers on the edge of their seats.

Gucci Picks Sabato De Sarno as Its Next Creative Director
Styles, January 28

After months of speculation, an Italian design director from Valentino is taking one of the most coveted roles in fashion.

Fashion in the Bedroom
Special Sections, January 28

And the kitchen, and the living room…. Pieter Mulier held his Alaïa show in his apartment in Antwerp, and invited everyone in.

He Designs Sneakers and Writes Hit Songs
Styles, January 27

Billy Walsh may be the ultimate multi-hyphenate. His sneakers with Dua Lipa have won awards. So have his songs with Post Malone.

The Model Behind the Athleisure Label Friends With Animals
Styles, January 27

Tavia Bonetti gets her fashion inspiration from the great outdoors.

He’s Dazzled Diners in the U.S. Now He Aims to ‘Change People’s Perspectives’ in Ivory Coast.
Travel, January 27

The chef Roze Traore has spent years building a name for himself in New York, but for his new project, he’s tapping his family ties to West Africa.

The Best Show in Paris
Special Sections, January 27

Haider Ackermann triumphs at Jean Paul Gaultier. Fendi and Valentino upend expectations.

A Fashion Designer’s Lunar New Year Feast
T Style, January 26

Inspired by his family’s annual festivities in Malaysia, Han Chong filled his London home with friends for an evening of Mandarin gimlets and pineapple-filled pastry.

Heart Accessories, Love Them or Hate Them
Styles, January 26

Either way, you can’t escape them.

Don’t Call It a Magazine
Styles, January 25

A party for Paradigm Trilogy, a niche publication, drew a New York art crowd.

A Stylish Toast to the Year of the Rabbit
Styles, January 25

On the Lower East Side, guests at a Lunar New Year party talk fashion and goals for 2023.

How Many Layers Are Too Many?
Styles, January 25

When celebrities and fashion editors need to look their best in the cold, they keep warm with balaclavas, blanket scarfs, bright overcoats — and, sometimes, all three.

Controversy in the Wild Kingdom of Couture
Styles, January 25

Fake fur at Schiaparelli, a menagerie at Chanel and an ode to Josephine Baker at Dior.

The Joy of Dressing Like a Rock God
Styles, January 25

Maneskin has a new album, a best new artist Grammy nomination and a lot of thoughts on fashion.

Who Will Take Your Old Cashmere?
Styles, January 24

Ralph Lauren is underwriting a new recycling program as it ramps up its sustainability efforts. Will consumers use it?

Marilyn Stafford, a Photojournalist Rediscovered, Dies at 97
Obits, January 24

She brought a narrative eye and a social consciousness to her work, whether covering refugee crises, celebrities or fashion. But much of it might have been lost.

Gorging and Gagging on the Beauty
Styles, January 24

Sometimes the visual meal of men’s fashion is richer than any human can reasonably digest.

Gorging and Gagging on the Beauty
Style, January 24

Sometimes the visual meal of men’s fashion is richer than any human can reasonably digest.

Drake: Rap’s Biggest Fan
Culture, January 23

Hip-hop can sometimes discourage rappers from openly embracing their heroes, but Drake wears his enthusiasms loudly and, this past week, literally.

Kylie Jenner’s Lion-Head Outfit Stuns at Schiaparelli Show
Styles, January 23

Just another Monday in the world of Paris fashion as celebrities and fashion types descended on the Schiaparelli couture show.

What Clothes Should I Pack for a Work Trip?
None, January 23

A reader is looking for stylish and wrinkle-resistant attire to wear while presenting at a conference.

Is All That Clutter Pointless, or Comforting?
Letters, January 22

Readers discuss the pros and cons of clutter. Also: Finding a public bathroom in New York; casual work clothes; a contrast of poverty and wealth.

A New Way to Hand-Me-Down
Styles, January 22

To help reduce clothing waste, two mothers in San Antonio started a small business reselling used children’s clothes.

Clothes for People Who Love Books
Styles, January 21

Rachel Comey’s collaboration with The New York Review of Books is the latest flirtation between the fashion and literary worlds.

What Do the Discerning Men Want?
Styles, January 20

The guys who look at clothes for a living have super-specific wish lists.

A Style Star Emerges on the Tennis Court
Styles, January 20

Frances Tiafoe may have lost his shot at winning the Australian Open, but his swirly “himbo” look won him fashion points. (Anna Wintour approves.)

Madonna no se irá con delicadeza
en Español, January 19

¿Por qué querríamos que lo hiciera?

Republican Efforts to Gut the I.R.S.
Letters, January 19

Readers blame the G.O.P., but also the Internal Revenue Code. Also: China’s population; crowds at the Louvre; work clothes for Missouri politicians and nonbinary people.

With a New Tour, Madonna Shows She Will Never Go Gently
Styles, January 19

Why would we even want her to?

A Modern Shopping Experience for Mothers of the Bride or Groom
Styles, January 19

Allison Kaplan, the editor in chief of Twin Cities Business, discusses a new website designed to help women find the right outfits for their children’s weddings.

‘Slave Masks’ on Exhibit in Brooklyn
Styles, January 18

GBA, a new art collective, displayed work by the artist Lakea Shepard at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Brooklyn.

K-Pop Meets White Lotus in the Front Row
Styles, January 17

Old-world style and new media converged during the men’s fashion shows in Milan

Clothes Make the Con Man
Styles, January 17

George Santos used fashion to flout the rules.

What Is the Perfect T-Shirt to Wear to Work?
Styles, January 16

A reader is searching for a tee that is both comfortable and professional.

The Best Looks at the Critics’ Choice Awards
Styles, January 16

Celebrities came out wearing just the right amount of weird on the red carpet.

Missouri State Lawmakers Revise Their Dress Code for Women
Express, January 15

The updated dress code requires female legislators and staff members in the State House of Representatives to wear a jacket, such as a blazer or a cardigan.

The Fashion Sale of the Century
Styles, January 15

André Leon Talley amassed piles of Louis Vuitton, Versace, Chanel and Fendi. Now it’s all about to go up for auction to benefit Black churches.

Tatjana Patitz, a Star in the Supermodel Era, Dies at 56
Obits, January 14

With a few others, she epitomized glamour in the late 1980s and early ’90s — on the runway, in magazines and even in a much-viewed music video.

Sweatpants on Trial: How Thom Browne Beat Adidas in Court
Styles, January 13

Could a trademark lawsuit over stripes change how we think about athletic wear?

How to Shop for Warm, Waterproof Boots
Interactive, January 13

It's important that they're tall enough.

For a Deadly Doll, a Killer Wardrobe
Styles, January 12

The titular star of the horror film “M3gan,” released last week, had to try on several outfits before finding a signature look.

A Japanese Retreat That Brings New Meaning to Forest Bathing
T Style, January 12

Plus: a modern French steakhouse, upcycled fashion and more recommendations from T Magazine.

Men’s Wear Puts on the Dog
Styles, January 12

A pavilion dedicated to the multibillion-dollar market in pet apparel makes its debut at the world’s largest men’s wear trade show.

LVMH Shuffles Leadership at Dior and Louis Vuitton, Its Top Brands
Business, January 11

The company’s chairman, Bernard Arnault, continues to promote his children to the luxury goods group’s key posts.

On the Golden Globes Red Carpet, a Night of Statement-Making
Styles, January 11

The awards show returned, and so did major dressing up.

What if a Winter Coat Wasn’t Just a Workhorse?
Styles, January 11

Supervising the search for the dream coat.

Has Vuitton Found Virgil Abloh’s Successor in KidSuper?
Styles, January 10

A surprise collaboration should energize the men’s wear shows in Paris as Colm Dillane, a.k.a. KidSuper, is handed the creative reins at the label.

Has Vuitton Found Virgil Abloh’s Successor in KidSuper?
Style, January 10

A surprise collaboration should energize the men’s wear shows in Paris as Colm Dillane, a.k.a. KidSuper, is handed the creative reins at the label.

Defining Nonbinary Work Wear
Styles, January 9

How nonbinary professionals thread the needle of getting dressed for the office.

What Is the Best White Shirt?
Styles, January 9

A reader is looking for “a unicorn”: a well-made, sensibly priced classic white shirt.

What Is the Best White Shirt?
Style, January 9

A reader is looking for “a unicorn”: a well-made, sensibly priced classic white shirt.

13 Predictions for Life in 2023
Styles, January 7

What trends will the year bring? Take a guess.

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.