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The retailer cited his statements about immigrants. Trump didn’t like that his shirts were made in China.
Young designers who aspire to dress women of substance owe her a debt.
A new documentary examines hip-hop style, which now includes a tailored suit.
The fashion monster has, for the moment, been wrestled into submission, and Clinton stands victorious.
“I was never concerned with dressing up and looking fabulous. . . I wanted to find a way to make it interesting to me,“
Herrera’s CH Carolina Herrera boutique store opens in CityCenterDC on June 9.
The designer has built an empire by eschewing trend and coolness -- including the new red-carpet nudity.
COLUMN | The stars looked fabulous, but the red-carpet chats just weren’t any fun.
At the CFDA Awards, the influential app won the media prize usually given to prominent journalists or magazines.
At 72, the designer is still a punk princess who can channel the energy and dreams of an 18-year-old girl.
It’s a destructive cliché that obscures a host of deadly maladies.
And that fashion is failing all ages: “Seventy-year-old ladies don’t have 18-year-old bodies and 18-year-olds don’t have a 70-year-olds’ dollars.”
STYLE BLOG | There was no “there” there, figuratively and almost literally, in her see-through gown.
The first thing to accept about “China: Through The Looking Glass,” is that it is not meant to be a critical assessment of the fashion industry’s non-fiction, politically correct relationship with China’s culture, history or its people.
A lot of weird stuff happened in post-gala elevators in 2014.
The eclectic Japanese designer, profiled in today’s Style section, has scored an invitation to the elite dinner for the Japanese PM.
Good budget fashion retail in the Mosaic District.
Soraya Nadia McDonald
TJ Maxx and Tavik were slammed on social media for selling a shirt that bore an image of a noose and the words “hang loose.“
In an interview with an Italian magazine, the designers said: “We oppose gay adoptions. The only family is the traditional one.“
“There is plenty to make fun of in pop culture without bringing people’s bodies into it,” Griffin said in a statement.
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