Inside the return of ugly fashion. (And we don’t mean that in a bad way.)
There can be no more fashion diplomacy after detonating the nuclear option, a.k.a. the infamous "I really don't care" jacket.
Mug shots tell a story. Chris Brown's is a tale of everything that has gone missing.
In an interview — and a candid new documentary — the veteran Vogue editor discusses a career spent as the only black man in the room.
She drew fans with bright, clean looks that eschewed the ’90s dour minimalism. And publicly, at least, she embodied her brand.
As the CFDA handed out its top honors, it seemed to concede that the fashion industry has little power over fashion anymore.
As she tries to step back from the brand she long defined, her next goal is to champion the worth of older women in society.
While the hippies rejected the Establishment, civil rights protesters dressed to be accepted.
The Italian kings of fashion — and Melania superfans — double down on their mission to delight the super-ultra wealthy.
The dress was neither red-carpet statement nor Disney-princess fantasy. It was fabulously in service to the bride herself.