The designer, who died at 55, built up a female-led lifestyle brand that held an accessible appeal across generations.
This matching-outfit trend has cycled in and out of popularity for more than a century, reflecting changing views about motherhood and femininity.
The Oscar-nominated costume designer Ruth Carter on how she created the style of the film’s fictional African nation of Wakanda
The rebellious potential of an apparently conservative style
Edward Enninful, freshly installed at the U.K. magazine, has a dynamic and inspiring vision of an embattled nation.
Like Hugh Hefner himself, Playboy’s iconic costume was a blend of provocative and old-fashioned.
As a fashion historian, my job is to learn from other people’s clothes—a task that is challenging, messy, and often spooky.
The Freeform show celebrates “stealth feminism.” So does the publication it portrays.
The Japanese designer’s pointedly eccentric clothing, the subject of an exhibition at the Met, makes a surprisingly tender statement about women’s bodies.
Much of the country thinks coastal elites are rich, tasteless, and out of touch—and the red carpet seemed to bear that out.
Since its invention in the 19th century, the footwear has been about much more than athletics—conveying ideas about national identity, class, race, and other forms of social meaning.
In celebrating actresses shot without makeup, the artistic institution is jumping on a bandwagon rather than taking a brave stand.
Delicacy and violence, danger and control—the necklace of the moment evokes more than the grunge of the ’90s.
Isaac Mizrahi, Marc Jacobs, and Ralph Lauren all lent their talents to developing classic WASP style.
The Life of Pablo debuted at Madison Square Garden with a mixture of joyful chaos, careful choreography, and boredom.
Traditional, seasonal fashion shows are exhausting, expensive, and increasingly irrelevant—and many designers are opting out.
From frumpy, high-’90s blazers to sleek, modern pencil skirts, the clothing The X-Files’ doctor chose for herself reflected her character—and the era she lived in.
Fashion houses, and brands in general, are capitalizing on the marketing value of inclusion.
Dolce & Gabbana’s new collection for Muslim women combines inclusiveness with good business.
In Tuesday’s annual televised Fashion Show, women modeled not just lingerie, but a novel approach to female beauty.