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“Camp: Notes on Fashion” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute includes everything from Björk’s swan dress to Caravaggio.

(Photo by Zach Hilty/The Metropolitan Museum of Art, BFA.com)

  • Review

“Camp: Notes on Fashion” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute includes everything from Björk’s swan dress to Caravaggio.

  • Analysis

The company is known for shaping the “ghetto fabulous” aesthetic and elevating black models. But it’s had to take steps to repair its image and change its culture.

The Prada resort show was full of easy shapes and eccentric prints and the designer's version of calm.


Fashion wires

Sikhs say Nordstrom apologized for turban, waiting for Gucci

The top civil rights organization for Sikhs in the United States says Nordstrom has apologized to the community for selling an $800 turban they found offensive, but they are still waiting to hear from the Gucci brand that designed it

Valentino-heavy film has Julianne Moore talking fashion

Julianne Moore talks wardrobe and her early years as a fashion maven after signing on to the Valentino-adorned short film “The Staggering Girl”

Netflix announces fashion design competition series

Netflix announces fashion design competition series co-hosted by Tan France of ‘Queer Eye’

  • Perspective

As with Beto in Vanity Fair, a magazine photo shoot says a lot about a rising-star politician — and about gender in politics.

By transforming mundane objects into luxury goods, this designer is reinventing a venerated fashion house — and how we dress

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Nicole Miller CEO Bud Konheim, who passed away at 84, used his platform to spread the truth about the business he loved.

  • Analysis

Amsale is betting that some brides will be relieved to skip the salon and sit quietly with their laptops instead.

  • Perspective

Many of us use the term as fashion shorthand. But language can be marginalizing.

  • Perspective

Photos captured him after church near the White House on Sunday, but particularly telling is one from before his report was turned in.

The fall 2019 runway season ended with an artsy pile-up at Louis Vuitton and a reminder that this is not the time for day dreaming.

Designer Sarah Burton communicated strength, heritage and beauty.

The last ready-to-wear show Lagerfeld worked on before his death was a beautiful celebration of Chanel and the designer's staggering imagination.

Designer Demna Gvasali created an entire universe on his spare, black-topped runway.

Designer Red Kawakubo explored shadows, shapes and the existential angst that keeps you up at night.

For his sophomore effort, designer Hedi Slimane scrubbed Celine free of grit and left it almost glamour-free. He filled that vacuum with culottes, blazers and pleated skirts.

At Paris Fashion Week, Chloe and Loewe showed how it's done. Lanvin showed how it's not.

The designer was inspired by Larry LeGaspi, the man who realized the '70s sci-fi raunchy rock style of iconic performers such as KISS, Grace Jones, George Clinton and Labelle. The result was a sexy, bold look.

Designers explore gender, deconstruct tailoring and hold a magnifying glass up to mundane details. And at Maison Margiela, the result is an explosion of creativity and great clothes.

There's a shoulder obsession on the runways in Paris, as seen especially at the Saint Laurent show.

For proof, check out these plaid anoraks.

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