Sarah Jessica Parker’s headdress and Beyonce’s near-nudity: What you missed from the 2015 Met Gala

Jason Derulo didn't fall down the stairs, and Rihanna came dressed as a fur celebration of Bananarama.

Kim Kardashian’s Met Gala dress and the Beyonce ‘feud’ that won’t die​

There must always be some drama at the Met.

Met Gala 2015 FAQ: Can anything top last year’s Solange/Jay Z drama?

A lot of weird stuff happened in post-gala elevators in 2014.

Who’s going to the state dinner? Chitose Abe of Sacai is on the guest list

The eclectic Japanese designer, profiled in today's Style section, has scored an invitation to the elite dinner for the Japanese PM.

Before Abercrombie was a hub of shirtless models, it was a store where you could buy guns and thermal underwear

You shopped there for ripped jeans; Teddy Roosevelt shopped there for snake-proof sleeping bags.

Ballerina Julie Kent’s new role: fashion designer’s muse

Growing up in Poland, Anya Cole learned to knit at 9. It became a passion, second only to dancing. Even after she became a professional ballet dancer, she made her own sweaters and legwarmers, knitting to kill time during rehearsals. “Mama always told me, if you need it, you make it,” Cole says. That philosophy […]

Lilly Pulitzer may be good for retail, but it’s terrible fashion

The preppy clothes are cheap, infantilizing, and unflattering, a fashion critic notes -- but maybe that's part of their charm.

Lilly Pulitzer’s fashion line for Target debuted today — and basically sold out today

The designer line sold out in a matter of minutes, and Target patrons were not pleased.

These are good times for fashion. So why weren’t the clothes more interesting at Paris Fashion Week?

As designers presented their fall 2015 collections there was a sense of expansiveness and change. And yet, several labels debuted middling collections by new designers.

Robin Givhan at Paris Fashion Week: Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu close out Paris Fashion Week.

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