Skirts preferred, hoops okay, no pink.
“Would you let yourself in?”
A run-in with Brooklyn’s ultra-Orthodox clothing cops.
Which is both a good and a bad thing.
Everyone loves a good PowerPoint presentation.
"Ladies will be given strict instructions on skirt length."
Apparently, some of the students are having difficulty showering and dressing appropriately.
Dov Charney thinks it's a witch hunt. Judging by the evidence, he may be right.
See how a group of fashion-inclined artists explore beauty, identity, and role play.
Plus, you can apparently walk into Mars Bar wearing a pink sweater and get away with it.
At least, the twelve-point dress code would leave you to believe so.
Also, they can't carry overstuffed handbags.
That would be one-third.
We've got more details on what it looks like, too!
The International Table Tennis Association thinks it will drum up interest in the sport.
The panties for 7-year-old girls say "Dive In" on the front. Not smart, Disney. Not smart.
Animal-rights activists are upset over his holy wardrobe. Frankly, we don't know how he survives in Italy wearing fur in the summer anyway.
Kids bully each other over clothes, and advertising and marketing is helping to create a generation of little label snobs. Well, obviously!
They're big. They're itchy. And when they stick out of clothes, it puts others in a very awkward position.
He explains that men should expose their legs because women do it, and because ladies love ogling men's ankles.