Our coverage of NYFW starts today. While we won’t be there in person, we do have some tricks for watching everything from Indiana. You should join us.
NYFW officially starts Thursday but we’ll be watching early shows tomorrow as see-now, buy-now tries to prove it can succeed. This could get interesting.
Fashion is the world’s second-largest polluter thanks largely to cast-off clothing. Recycling programs such as H&M’s might be a solution but need your help.
Today we celebrate work. This is also the last day of Burning Man. Perhaps this is the time to talk about finding ways to mix the two in a NSFW way.
Millennials are killing everything Boomers and Gen-Xers enjoy. Damn kids. Didn’t we raise them better than this? No, apparently we did not.
The mere presence of luxury stores causes people to behave with less empathy towards others. Perhaps a kinder world starts by shopping somewhere else.
Changes in the very concept and approach of fashion week are coming at us almost faster than we can keep up. Nothing about this season is going to be boring
The beauty industry is as ugly as it is huge. With dangers so significant that some call for global bans on some products, how do you know what’s safe?
Everyone wants to look good. That’s why we get dressed, right? But does it really matter if we look good when we die? At least one retailer thinks so.
Fashion retailer Uniqlo is asking us why we get dressed. Stop and think about that question a moment. Do we really understand why we choose what we choose?
Burberry rocks the very core of fashion with a Virgina Woolf-inspired collection that anchors a wide array of changes, including direct-to-consumer sales.
Photography has been my life over 30 years. We’re celebrating World Photo Day with 40 of our favorite photographs from the past two or three. More to come.
Terrorism in Bangladesh has garment workers afraid to go to work. Retailers are pulling their representatives. Low prices are at stake. Fashion must respond
As fashion weeks near, the look of the entire industry has changed more dramatically than we’ve seen in several seasons. What are the hot topics? Well…
The numbers of traditional brides is slipping as more young women choose alternative stylings that represent their own personal style and not a fantasy.
Fashion designers have used a lot of different materials for their products, but how would you feel about wearing a coat made of Alexander McQueen's skin?
Global warming isn’t something you feel. There’s still snow, there are still hurricanes, but it’s messing shit up and it’s time we started paying attention.
Nick Knight recently re-asserted his opinion that photography is dead. Does that mean we are no longer photographers? Of course not! We disagree with Nick.
Even those over 65 have changed how they shop. Yesterday’s retail strategies simply are not attractive to today’s Amazon customers. We have some ideas.
The end of June marks the half-way point in the year. We’ve lost a lot, cried a lot, and smiled a lot. We take a moment to remember the pictures.
We have been so thoroughly engulfed with information this month that we can’t get to it all. Here are a few items you shouldn’t miss.
The Mayor of London recently passed a law banning photos of skinny women on public transit ads. The NYTimes Vanessa Friedman disagrees. So do I.
New York street style and the global fashion world lost an icon yesterday as photographer Bill Cunningham died at age 84. We take a moment to remember.
The UK vote to leave the European Union effectively turns the world upside down. Markets are crashing and this may be a warning for nationalists in the US.
Yesterday’s sit-in was inspiring. Protesting naked, however, might make it stronger. We have 10 matters with think benefit from a naked protest.
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