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The tradition and precision of Savile Row-inspired tailoring gives new edge to the poetic fragility of fall's dark romance. A gentle fluidity of strength and softness, of black and white, of vintage and modern, exploring the contradiction of how we want to dress now.
Impeccably crafted, the season's ornately adorned heels are the most-wanted precious objets d'art.
The Met's Costume Institute exhibition, "Manus x Machina: Fashion in the Age of Technology," has been extended to September 5th.
Summer’s laundry day calls for bold colors and cutouts that are always in the hot cycle.
An artist succumbs to a summertime sadness.
The well-worn-in bohemian staple is reworked with patches, embroideries, and a burst of summer fun.
Dressed down gets dressed up.
"At the end of the day, you have to sell clothes," says fashion designer Shan Huq over the phone.
After a visit to India in 2012, Shivam Punjya vowed to revolutionize an aspect of the fashion industry that is often overlooked: the treatment of garment workers.
“Analogy and allegory always seem to be a much more expressive way of reflecting reality.” https://t.co/JAwA6Ugp3W @StarTrekMovie