Robin Givhan at Fashion Week

Christian Dior Spring/Summer 2019 collection (By Jonas Gustavsson/MCV Photo For The Washington Post)
Christian Dior Spring/Summer 2019 collection (By Jonas Gustavsson/MCV Photo For The Washington Post)

Robin Givhan, The Washington Post’s Pulitzer-winning fashion critic, covers fashion as a business, as a cultural institution and as pure pleasure. Follow along as she makes her way from runway to runway. Follow her on Twitter: @RobinGivhan and Instagram: @robingivhan.

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