The Kardashian Jenners Are an Indistinguishable Blur of Fluff and Sparkles, White and Tan

Thursday afternoon at Madison Square Garden, the Kardashians and the Jenners and the Wests seemed to arrive to Kanye’s album listening/fashion show as one fluffy unit—their floor-length furs and chandelier-mimicking sequins blended into one another, an indistinguishable palette of white and off-white and tan and rosé.…

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Anthropologie Accused of Copying Designer They've Collaborated With Before

Forestbound, a small-scale bag and tote company out of Massachusetts, is the latest to feel the sting of a big corporation taking “inspiration” from one of its designs: owner Alice Saunders posted the above note to Instagram and Facebook regarding its $99 ESCAPE utility bag, noting that fans and customers have…

Men Spend More Than Women on Clothes, Study Says

Well, well, well! Look what we have here! Smack in the middle of Men’s Fashion Month, a new study reveals that men spend more per month on clothing an accessories than women—not by much, at $85 to women’s $75, but a fact still relevant enough to cite the next time some idiot dude makes a “women be shopping” joke.

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Jean-Paul Gaultier's Couture Vision Is Disco Katharine Hepburn, Bellboys & Day Pajamas

Jean Paul Gaultier’s latest couture collection is just the kind of vision you can sink your heart into: extremely strong women as a logical jumping-off point, a mise en scène to propel the creative story, and a perfect melange of cultural touchstones and eras, including 1930s cigarette girls, 1940s movie stars, 1970s…

Schiaparelli Served a Line of Feminist- and Food-Inspired Farm-to-Gown Couture

The Paris Spring 2016 Couture shows have kicked off with a bang (what, you couldn’t hear the rodeo cannon announcing it from where you’re sitting?) and as yet the most playful comes, unsurprisingly, from the House of Schiaparelli. Inspired in part by feminist artist Louise Bourgeois, creative director Bertrand Guyon…

Tell Your Kid You Love Them With a $6000 Dress From Balmain's New Children's Line

Does your child eat their vegetables? Are they reading at an accelerated level? Sorry, but literally none of that matters anymore, because Balmain is launching a children’s line, and if your 6-to-14-year-old doesn’t get a $5,950 embroidered black dress, you are essentially strapping her into a one-way scooter ride…