It’s a destructive cliche that obscures a host of deadly maladies.
What the 180-year-old maker of the legendary Birkin bag has in common with a hipster craft brewery.
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.
Michelle Obama donned a Tadashi Shoji gown to represent New York’s creativity and a national symbol.
The eclectic Japanese designer, profiled in today’s Style section, has scored an invitation to the elite dinner for the Japanese PM.
With this week’s state visit, a new spotlight on Abe and an influential generation of Japanese designers.
The preppy clothes are cheap, infantilizing and unflattering, a fashion critic notes — but maybe that’s part of their charm.