Fashion with a capital F from home.
Truly, one of a kind.
The late Pierre Cardin may have been fashion's original futurist, but today's designers are still craving escapism that only an idealistic future can provide.
We're seeing a lot of very happy clients in Dior's future.
In pursuit of the "captivating dialogue between art and fashion."
Ellen Mirojnick shares how she put a steamy Shondaland twist onto the Netflix show's period-authentic wardrobe.
The latest from the Met invites viewers to reflect on fashion's relationship with the past, and also has some important things to say about where the industry is headed in the future.
The show notes indicate that women at home served as a point of inspiration, be they poets or intellectuals, "wrapped in infinite layers of color, like Virginia Woolf, or dressed in a simple white shirt, like Susan Sontag."
In honor of the designer's debut at Prada this week.
I cannot speak of these vinyl Dior boots without getting emotional.
She can do absolutely no wrong.
After a brief, coronavirus-imposed pivot to digital, the French brand returns to what it knows best.
Plus, Romeo Hunte on redefining what it means to be an American designer.