Worn with thigh-high boots.
They're basically high-fashion gaiters.
Thigh-high boots have cropped up throughout the years as a must-have. Here's a look back at the shoe's big moments.
Thigh-high boots emerged as the hot shoe for fall, landing so far up the leg they doubled as leg warmers.
Not content to rule just the gingham-dress and mix-and-match-bikini realm, J.Crew is invading Tribeca with store just for guys.
The Brooklyn-based writer of the new play 'The Four of Us,' which may or may not totally be based on his friendship with Jonathan Safran Foer, humors us by answering those 21 questions we're always asking everyone.
HBO wants a series to fill Sex and the City's Manolos and they're looking for the next Candace Bushnell to give it to 'em. According to WWD, they've tapped Vogue contributor Plum Sykes and former New York Times Styles columnist Bob Morris for scripts.
During his keynote address at the United Arab Emirates' Global Art Forum this weekend, Glenn Lowry threw caution — and local Muslim custom — to the wind.
Andrew Kissel, the real-estate developer who was found tied up and stabbed to death two years ago in his Greenwich, Connecticut, home after being found guilty of fraud, probably hired his driver to kill him. Yeah. It's actually a really dramatic, juicy story, but Greenwich detective chief David Ridberg can't tell us about it, even though he's dying to. But he can tell us about his TV-watching habits.
Monique Lhuillier stops by Macy's, Reem Acra's trunk shows starts today, last chance for 60 percent off at Free People.
Plus: Monks get a Gregorian chant record deal, Clint Eastwood's movie might be Oscar bait after all, and The New Yorker raves one play but really recommends another.
Duff McDonald predicts why JPMorgan's bid for Bear Stearns will go through — and why that's probably a good thing.
Just like a brand-new car, Ashley Alexandra Dupré's earning potential has been steadily decreasing since Eliot Spitzer rolled her off the lot and into the spotlight two weeks ago today.
When celebrities tell magazines they became walking spaghetti strands by doing yoga and walking their dogs, they're lying. In fact, they're overexercising, starving themselves, smoking cigarettes, and taking drugs and prescription horse pills…
How is it possible that a short uncute electronica musician like Moby has become a storied New York playboy? We ask the man himself.
Plus a new track from Silver Jews, Snoop's country move, and a Peaches remix of the B-52s.
The beat-boxing onetime runner-up calls the American Idol heir apparent "boring."
Aziz Ansari’s crew look kinda like they jumped out of the ugly tree and hit every branch just for laughs.