Fashion

Emma Butler wants to see more lingerie options for women with disabilities — like side-opening underwear, magnetic bras and velcro closures — but in fashionable, sexy designs.   That’s why the Rhode Island resident started Intimately, a lingerie e-tailer and blog for women with physical ailments.  “Women with disabilities don’t want to be treated like a
0 Comments
I was so proud of myself for finally getting myself together to reorganize the cupboard where I keep my bowls and baking pans, but then Hailey Bieber went and made a whole cozy coat out of a throw blanket and totally showed me up. [Photo: Kristin Callahan/Shutterstock]
0 Comments
Times are ROUGH. Things are HARD.  It seems like we could all use some good news, right? So, lay it on us — however big (new babies! Big promotion! You bought a house! You got your cast off!) or small (you finally found your scissors! That loud neighbor moved! Your houseplant is still alive!). We
0 Comments
Calling all Carrie Bradshaws: Manolos are dropping at NET-A-PORTER. Chances are, if you live and shop in New York, New Jersey or Connecticut, you’ll be well aware of NAP’s Premiere same-day delivery service, which as of Monday, October 19, will now include Manolo Blahnik shoes. After long last, the eponymous designer has finally joined the
0 Comments
Downtown for Democracy is going the route of artist-designed T-shirts to shore up its progressive political efforts for the upcoming presidential election. The nearly 20-year-old political action committee, open in its dedication to getting President Trump out of the White House and getting more Democrats and progressive politicians in the U.S. Congress and Senate, has
0 Comments
Norma Kamali is adding author to her repertoire. The 75-year-old designer has written her first book, “I Am Invincible,” that comes out in February and chronicles her personal and professional life. In her memoir/guidebook, Kamali lays out a blueprint on how to navigate each decade with purpose and authority. “It covers my life as a
0 Comments
MILAN — Prada’s first Sotheby’s auction was hailed as a success, surpassing both companies’ expectations. In a joint statement on Monday, the Italian luxury brand and the auction house revealed that the online “Tools of Memory” auction was a white-glove sale. Every one-of-a-kind item was sold and 595 bids drove up the total amount to
0 Comments
AFI had some web chats recently, which afforded us almost no glimpses at anyone’s clothes, but did at least offer a peek into their backdrop life choices. As someone who misjudged her lighting so badly that she did an entire virtual middle school tour last week essentially in silhouette, I cannot judge, but you know.
0 Comments
The COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to keeping people at home, has also changed the way fashion brands present their collections, and Rei Kawakubo’s Comme des Garçons is no exception. Forgoing Paris Fashion Week this season, the designer instead chose to stage a small-scale show at her company’s offices in Tokyo. She had done something similar
0 Comments
Yuki Hashimoto’s eponymous brand is a relatively new one on the Tokyo scene, and he staged his first physical runway show during fashion week. His models made their way across a silver foil-covered set, and up and down a small set of stairs. The space-age feel was further heightened by the soundtrack, which included David
0 Comments
How to make the aesthetic of a brand known for its delicate, feminine look a bit more radical and modern? By exaggerating its signature features, according to Pierpaolo Piccioli. For spring, the creative director opened a new chapter for the Red Valentino brand, one based on a street-inspired style — less polished, probably more authentic
0 Comments
PARIS – Belgian designer Tom Van Der Borght won the Première Vision Grand Prize at the 35th edition of the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography, which wrapped on Sunday, winning over a jury headed by designer Jonathan Anderson, founder of JW Anderson and creative director of Loewe. In a break with its recent
0 Comments