Today, mourning attire is subdued and dutiful. It wasn’t always that way.
There are no good solutions to the problems of closet clean-out.
The pioneering editor had a vision for a more democratic fashion world—and it stretched far past the pages of Vogue.
The impossible tension of an anti-fashion portmanteau
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Congress is modernizing thanks to the pandemic. But it still has a long way to go.
The novelist Haruki Murakami’s understated love letters to his T-shirts convey how we give life to our things and vice versa.
What happens to the stuff you order online after you send it back?
I’m a fashion designer. My muses are working-class Black women, like my mom and grandma.
It’s not Bennifer or AOC.
The Met Gala is where people go to make empty statements. No one at the event is rebelling against the power structure.
Now that tie wearers have tasted freedom, no one should expect them to go back.
Twenty years ago, fashion lost the visionary designer—and prophet—behind P-Funk and Kiss.
What do you wear to the reopening of society?
Even a pandemic can’t stop people from buying clothes they don’t need.
It’s time for the luxury industry to grapple with its history and entrenched hierarchies.
The film’s costume designer, Mitchell Travers, talks about fur, glitter, and the characters’ changing relationships with wealth.
The late fashion designer, best known for creating the first lady’s 2009 inauguration-ceremony look, imbued her work with a love of diversity.
The space-obsessed French couturier has pushed his avant-garde designs, with tremendous success, into houses and closets around the globe.
One hundred years ago, a player shocked spectators with her “indecent” dress—not the last time attire has distracted from athleticism in tennis.