When it comes to the fashion industry, I am Anne Hathaway’s character in The Devil Wears Prada, just after that Meryl Streep’s monologue about the life and death of a trend: largely indifferent yet strangely intimidated. And, after reading the profile of Marc Jacobs in this month’s New York Times Style Magazine, I… »
Clothing designer Arnold Scaasi, who dressed Barbra Streisand and Barbara Bush, Mary Tyler Moore and Joan Crawford, has died at 85. “I am definitely not a minimalist!” he explained of his approach. “Clothes with some adornment are more interesting to look at and more fun to wear.” »
Designer Elie Tahari is being sued for sexual harassment by fashion consultant Marcy Castelgrande. In the lawsuit, filed on Friday in a Manhattan federal court, Castelgrande alleges that she was fired after a 2011 modeling session where the designer tried to lift her skirt in a room full of co-workers.
Adidas wants you stop worrying about getting mud on your brand new sneakers. So they're you shoes that already have the mud on them. BRILLIANT! Wait—what? »
The unregulated feline fashion model industry is booming, like a prospectin' town in the Ol' West or a shore town's lone custard stand over Fourth of July weekend. Cats owe their new popularity among fashion photographers largely to their conspicuous mix of fuzziness and haughtiness, and also to the fact that they… »
Michael Kors says his husband, Lance LePere "always says that because I have a sense of humor on television, no one is afraid to approach me. This has happened twice already, but about a month ago, we were walking near our apartment and these kids, who were maybe 18 or 19, walked behind us. The girl says to me, ‘I… »
I defy anyone to watch this video of Lanvin models Karen Elson and Raquel Zimmerman dancing to Pitbull's deathless clerb hit "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" without cracking a smile. I've watched it four times this morning, each time asking myself what is it exactly that's so funny? Something about the… »
"The 77-year-old designer and former grande dame of Palm Beach entertaining—in the Sixties and Seventies, her kitchen sat 26 for dinner—awaits guests perched on a chinoiserie-covered bench. She wears white slacks and a vintage Lilly shirt printed with white and yellow daisies, her feet bare but for the bright coral… »