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.
Curators from the Museum at FIT explain how they're adjusting to remote work without access to their usual research archives.
You don't need temperature-controlled closets to keep your clothing looking good in the long run.
Eleanor Lambert is the subject of the latest from the Museum at FIT, organized by graduate students in its Fashion and Textile Studies program.
The iconic shoe designer wants people to know his work has depth.
The curator reflects on more than two decades at the helm of the museum and how a story about the Victorian corset changed her entire career path.
While the rarity and exclusivity of the works add cachet, what makes the exhibit special is how it presents the totality of Mugler's work as art, rather than fashion.
Sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy's signature dreamlike femininity is on display at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.
Inside "Eckhaus Latta: Possessed," currently on view.
Aside from having 50 stores worldwide, a signature aesthetic and an army of loyal fans, she helped to define an entire generation of stateside fashion.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond just opened "Yves Saint Laurent: The Perfection of Style," which provides intimate looks inside both the designer's personal and professional life.
The Costume Institute's “Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations” exhibition at the Met closed on Sunday to disappointing numbers. Accordin
Ever since Alexander McQueen's Met Exhibit shattered records, more and more museums have been opening their hallowed halls to display clothing--not ar
There's an interesting new multi-media twist to the Met's upcoming "Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations" exhibit. In addition to the ex