What the new book Labor Day gets wrong.
"It reminds me of Santa Fe in the ’70s."
George Michael is her first project.
Comprehensive coverage from New York and Paris.
The full list, to read (or reread) this weekend.
It's a very American way to give up the Parisian gig.
With a healthy dose of commerce thrown in.
Rehashing rock and roll, yet again.
Smoke and metal, but not much else.
Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and Céline’s Phoebe Philo display their unapologetic visions.
Paris gets a bit of much-needed lightness at Balenciaga, Pugh, Demeulemeester, Undercover, and more.
Read (or reread) them this weekend.
Jacobs does it again.
The fashion equivalent to becoming wiser, more confident, and more capable.
Magic and madness at New York's most dramatic show.
Female designers can't escape the expectation that they're here to make our lives easier when it comes to getting dressed.
Wrestling the challenges of futurism and the street to a draw.
From the men and women who preen outside the shows to the designers (and clothes) at Creatures of the Wind.