The fashion industry is ready to help build your personal brand for fall 2018 -- if you like big shoulders, earth tones, leopard print and gaucho hats.
Designer Raf Simons bypasses coastal glamour for patchwork dresses, chunky knits, marching-band shirts: Lyrical, lovely and reassuring.
He's an American icon. But he's still selling prep-school punks and country-club stiffs as his vision of America. Who aspires to that anymore?
The designer's farewell collection featured her trademark crisp shirts, tulle gowns and tasteful modesty.
Yes, she's a celebrity. But she's the rare designer who understands real women. And she's leading the way.
At Alexander Wang's otherwise sleek, hard-edged show, the clunky 1980s hair accessory made a comeback. What to make of it?
Happily, Kerby Jean-Raymond of Pyer Moss knows how to make clothes worthy of his rhetoric, sharp looks that evoke the American myth.
White shoes and sheer white dresses for autumn: harbinger of a beautiful apocalypse.
Pumpkin orange, marigold yellow, deep purple that bridged the divide between the rural landscape and the incandescence of the city.
Chintzy cutouts, ungainly bomber jackets, metallic leopard prints and other horrors. What was he thinking?
If you must do parkas and coveralls, here's how to make them work for city dudes. Plus, some even better ideas from Raf Simons and Tom Ford.
The Chicago designer made his fall 2018 show a celebration of working-class and minority men.
Why is there a giant unicorn? Why aren’t the models smiling? Where are their pants?
In Paris, designers toyed with unicorns, ghostly twins, aristocrats in gym shorts. Now it's up to you to decide.
In some ways, the fans of the legendary French design house have a lot in common with Deadheads.
A beautiful collection at Alexander McQueen was all about the illusion of effortlessness.
Some designers manage to give outdated looks new life. This one's just not going to happen.
Plus, unexpectedly fresh and gorgeous ideas for cargo pants, tank dresses and walking shorts.
No, really -- take a look. Designer Rei Kawakubo explored some interesting ideas with these voluminous gowns.
Shifts at legacy houses like Balenciaga and Givenchy should tell us something larger is happening in the culture.