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Are rule-breaking designers pushing the industry towards the light or sending it tumbling into the abyss?

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Are rule-breaking designers pushing the industry towards the light or sending it tumbling into the abyss?

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Batsheva Hay offers Laura Ingalls Wilder-style frocks as a vivid rejection of the slickness of contemporary life. And the fashion world is buying in.

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Raf Simons asks: What is America? He eyes our blockbuster culture, and offers scuba suits, coral prints and shark t-shirts.

Fashion wires

Dior and Gucci theatrically kick off Paris Fashion Week

Dance and theatricality were at the heart Paris Fashion Week’s first day of spring shows, as American stars Blake Lively and Shailene Woodley gushed over Dior’s balletic Monday presentation at the famed Longchamps race-course

Teenager killed in Nicaragua as protest tensions flare again

Armed men wearing hoods have clashed with anti-government protesters in Nicaragua’s capital, and police say a teenager was killed and five people were injured

Children’s remains found in Mexican mass graves

Tiny pants for a baby no older than 6 months and shiny pink sandals for a toddler are among the personal items that have turned up at mass graves in the Gulf state of Veracruz, driving home the brutality of rising violence in Mexico

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A big-shouldered Americana that's the fashion equivalent of man-spreading. Disconcerting, sure, but interesting.

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Is it possible to be too happy? Many great ingredients in Wes Gordon's debut but too much sugar in the mix.

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Bright, effortless clothes for a range of body types: How designer Sander Lak found the real meaning of "inclusive."

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Escada marked its 40th anniversary with a collection that revived the wrong part of the 1980s.

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Kerby Jean-Raymond reflects a moment in which a cookout or summer-night stroll has become a political action.

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New designer Nicola Glass looked back to determine how to move forward.

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Cowboys, crew necks, tweed and sequins. He wasn't breaking new ground so much as showing off the breadth and depth of his reach into our culture.

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How a contrarian designer stuck to his vision -- and won.

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The book, found after his death in 2016, looks at the years before Cunningham became a fashion photographer.

The prizes are small, the audience tiny. For contestants, it is both affirmation and protest. And yes, there are swimsuits.

Willy Chavarria takes his fashion cues from the men in the shadows — a neo-American style that Japanese buyers can’t get enough of.

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She wore what she wanted and sent a powerful message: A black woman declaring her talent, her presence, herself as valuable and special.

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Vogue's September issue makes history with its first cover shot by an African American photographer, Tyler Mitchell.

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The former Trump campaign manager's outsize shopping habit was not in support of a lifestyle; it was to preserve an identity.

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An lot of brands can be rightfully accused of hypocrisy. But only the Ivanka Trump brand has Ivanka.

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Inside the return of ugly fashion. (And we don’t mean that in a bad way.)

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There can be no more fashion diplomacy after detonating the nuclear option, a.k.a. the infamous "I really don't care" jacket.

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