Because the hand that frocks Tom Brady is the hand that rules the world.
The storied French label's new collaboration with H&M reveals how efficiently the brand has adapted itself to the 21st century.
A 16th-century German accountant compiled a book of personal fashion that rivals today’s Instagrammers in detail and dedication.
Borrowing from other cultures isn’t just inevitable; it’s potentially positive.
Spending significant money on each piece of clothing means seeing a purchase as an investment, not a cheap (and exploitative) thrill.
Much of the job involves making it look like you’re not doing any work at all. But for many, the reality involves 80-plus-hour work weeks, financial instability, and no real breaks.
The social-media platform, which already has a huge presence in the industry, this week served up an interactive showcase for one designer.
How Louis XIV invented fashion as we know it
A director at the fashion brand Hervé Léger has served up yet another reminder of the hostility fashion houses can hold for the people who wear their creations.
The designer hasn’t made clothes in more than a decade, but his influence on modern fashion is stronger than ever.
The company’s long-serving chairman, Phil Knight, insisted that he wasn’t in the shoe business. He was in the entertainment business.
The Swedish brand Acne Studios is pioneering a novel way to beat the summer heat, defying gender biases in the process.
At the annual event—"the Oscars of fashion"—to show up looking beautiful is also to show up looking boring.
Are men really getting schlumpier, or are people just finding better ways to talk about it?
Thirty years ago, Seventh Avenue lost its first designer to the disease during a time when people were afraid to even say its name.