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'Fashion on the Ration,' a Tribute to the Street Style of World War II

Even as Nazis swept across Europe and harsh austerity measures gripped the United Kingdom, people still woke up every morning and got dressed. And despite it all, plenty of women wanted to look sharp. Hence: Fashion on the Ration, a new exhibit chronicling the creative street styles of the 1940s. » 3/18/15 5:10pm 3/18/15 5:10pm

​The 10 Most Irritating Street Style Trademarks

Blame the undying desire to be fashionable. Whether you care about what's "trendy" or not, you're bound to be familiar with these tired signatures of the supposedly stylish, captured on the sidewalk and plastered on fashion blogs. With New York Fashion Week a month away, here's to hoping a number of hallmarks get… » 8/11/14 1:00pm 8/11/14 1:00pm

Russian Socialite on Black Lady Chair Offers Hearty Nonpology

Miroslava Duma, the Russian fashionista behind the blog Buro 24 7, has apologized for posting a truly awful photo of another Russian socialite posing serenely on a chair comprised of a black female form posted to her site on Martin Luther King Day. Well, she didn't really apologize. She said she was sorry people were… » 1/21/14 2:20pm 1/21/14 2:20pm

Taking It To The Streets: 'Street Style' Blogs Are Completely Out Of…

Street style is officially out of control. What used to be just Bill Cunningham roaming around the streets of New York with a camera, and morphed into the more stylized portraits of the Sartorialist now means that every city has like twenty amateur style bloggers leaping out of alleys to take pictures of homeless… » 10/03/08 4:00pm 10/03/08 4:00pm