Including a skirt made of eel.
The founder of Tacklebox Architecture discusses his work on the upcoming Aesop stores and his offbeat design approach.
We hunted down perfect little white dresses, seventies-inspired pieces, bold stripes, and more.
Kurkova returns to the runway, clutches at Proenza, and more.
Plus Narciso Rodriguez, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and Rodarte's welcome jolt of creativity.
"You really just sit down and write and see what feels natural," he shrugged.
Browse hundreds of pre-fall looks in our runway galleries.
"Note: fanny pack-like accessories never work."
"It's really sort of six of one thing, and half a dozen shitty flashbulbs of the other."
Eighteen can't-miss spots for shopping, drinking, elbow-rubbing, and generally proving to your Midwestern friends how cool New York is.
Our latest Shop-A-Matic focuses on wardrobe staples.
Beauty this season showcased new ways to do your lips, eyes, and hair, from heavily done to undone.
"When the going gets tough the chic get classier."
Joe says the 'Elle' girls wear them all the time. Nina says she wouldn't have that.
Established faces and rising stars duked it out on Wednesday's top runways.
Meanwhile, Phillip Lim is still giving out gift bags to front-row attendees.
Her flack wouldn't let 'Us Weekly' ask Alexa a question. Um, seriously?
Last week's Phillip Lim show for American Express cardholders was a bit of a mess. Let's relive it on video, shall we?
A look back at the magical week that was.