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Cathy Horyn

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How to Dress in 2018

Nicolas Ghesquière’s blend of modern and classical at Louis Vuitton was the defining moment of the season. Plus: Chanel, Miu Miu, and Thom Browne.

By Cathy Horyn

Fashion’s Human Touch

Warm collections by McQueen and McCartney, along with some stellar exhibits, remind us that it’s not just technology that draws people to fashion.

By Cathy Horyn

Excavating Givenchy’s Essence

Clare Waight Keller returns the brand to tailoring, promisingly. Plus: Gvasalia goes his own way at Balenciaga, and Philo gets personal at Céline.

By Cathy Horyn

Two Punks Soften the Spikes

Junya Watanabe explores wearable femininity; Rei Kawakubo pulls back from the avant-garde. Plus: Altuzzara in Paris still feels like New York.

By Cathy Horyn

Art and Fashion Do Mix

Undercover incorporates Cindy Sherman’s aesthetic with more depth than fashion usually manages. Plus: Loewe’s grounded luxury.

By Cathy Horyn

The Memory of Fashion

Rick Owens evokes it brilliantly, while Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing stays on the surface. Plus: Loving Chloé’s new direction.

By Cathy Horyn

Fashion’s Millennial Problem

Dior wants to reach them, but doesn’t know how. Plus: Lanvin’s decline, and deft touches at Margiela and Dries.

By Cathy Horyn

Guerrillas in Our Midst

Two designers known for their edge, Alexander Wang and Eckhaus Latta, showed in Brooklyn on Saturday.

By Cathy Horyn

Fashion Landmarks

McQueen is deeply rooted in ancient British landscapes, while Rihanna and Stella McCartney reflect a lighter approach to Parisian culture.

By Cathy Horyn