- July 17, 2006
- Vonn Jackson, Phone Operator
"I don’t like to wear what everyone else has. I try to go left if everyone else goes right, you know?"
- June 26, 2006
- Ben Nardolilli, Student
“People say, ‘Why are you wearing that?’ And I say, ‘It’s my look.’”
- February 22, 2007
- 5 x 10
New York's Fashion Week may be a foggy memory of feathers, hats, and sequins, but we're still sifting through the looks. We combed hundreds of shows to find fall 2007's ten biggest trends, from silhouettes to shoes. Now you just have to find somewhere to wear them.
- May 7, 2007
- Correct Exposure
How to wear shorts, plus the of-the-moment T-shirts to wear on top.
- December 11, 2006
- From the Well-Stuffed Closets of Mrs. Thomas L. Kempner
For 40 years, legendary clotheshorse Nan Kempner never missed a couture season. Which is why her closet was filled with 362 sweaters, 354 perfectly tailored jackets, 106 tiny bikinis, and the odd pair of cords from Bloomingdale’s boy’s department. One rabid collector’s life in clothes.
- December 4, 2006
- Fleet of Foot
Can one store satiate the city’s shoe appetite?
- October 30, 2006
- 5 X 5
The shows in London, Paris, and Milan were a struggle between rational and romantic. Short shapes dominated, and shiny lacquered spacebots were tempered by sheer layers and the occasional touch of froth.
- October 2, 2006
- 5 X 10
Project Runway may have drawn the crowds at New York’s Fashion Week, but here’s the real news: During the next round of warm weather, you’re going to be wearing voluminous shapes, sharp prints, gowns covered in roses, and really, really big shoes. Spring is closer than you think—so here’s a crib sheet.
- September 25, 2006
- Beyond the Fleece Headband
And the $3 fake-fur street-vendor earmuffs. This fall, a big, warm hat is finally the centerpiece, not the afterthought, of your outdoor wardrobe.
- March 12, 2007
- Best Tailor
New York Magazine picks Hong Kong Tailor Jack for Best Tailor in New York City.