The Costumes in 'Judas and the Black Messiah' Offer a History Lesson in Social Justice
How costume designer Charlese Antoinette helped transform Daniel Kaluuya into Black Panther Party Chairman Fred Hampton.
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Plus, George Northwood talks Meghan Markle's most memorable Duchess hairstyles.
In 'On Becoming a God in Central Florida,' Kirsten Dunst Wears Vintage Levi's, Bongo, and a $10 Hawaiian Shirt
"Krystal's definitely, for all intents and purposes, in 1987," says Stacey Battat, about the lead's 1992 wardrobe.
'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood' Costumes Include Vintage Denim and Lots of Man Jewelry
Plus, Oscar-nominated Arianne Phillips dishes on the most meta costume design moment in the movie.
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Must Read: Amy Schumer Covers Glamour, Kylie Jenner is Launching a Beauty Site
And Gigi Hadid's apartment is for sale.
From Levi's to L.L.Bean, American Heritage Brands Are Enjoying a Renaissance
Be it "normcore" or the creeping upswing of our economy, it's a good time to be a homegrown American clothing company.
Going on Vacation? Here's What to Pack for Every Summer Situation
KISS: Keep it simple, stupid! (Not that you're stupid, it's just an expression -- oh, you get it.)
Levi's, Burberry to Be Among First Instagram Video Advertisers
The social platform is testing video ads, and a number of fashion brands are the first to get involved.
17 Pairs of Perfectly Faded, Light Blue Jeans for Spring
Some will point to the '90s, some to Marc Jacobs' final collection for Louis Vuitton -- but whatever the reason, light denim is definitely having a moment.
Street Style: Polina Is Casually Reading Sartre
Name: Polina What do you do? I work for Harper's Bazaar Russia. What was the last thing you bought? Lunch. I bought a bunch of salads from Whole Foods. What was the last song you listened to? "Do You Like Drugs" by Miguel. What are you wearing?
Made in the USA: 25 of Our Favorite Labels that Produce Domestically
Compared to, say, the 1950s, very little clothing (or anything for that matter) is manufactured in the United States. There are a few heritage brands