The Autumn/Winter 17 runway season is over. Here are our favorites.
New York Fashion Week officially starts tomorrow. One thing we know is that this won’t be like other fashion weeks. Fashion is changing.
Designer Nick Graham has hired astronaut Buzz Aldrin and Bill Nye for his January 31 runway show. Will that be enough to get nerds to buy new clothes?
Americans are all about being competitive, so why not extend that to how we dress by making street style a competitive sport? This could be a good thing!
What is an old man like me doing up watching the Chanel fashion show so early in the morning? Because fashion shows are more than just fashion.
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.
Modeling looks glamorous and sounds like a good way to make money when you’re young but a new CNN investigation shows how much the industry sucks.
Someone said this week that fashion critics are extinct. I’m sorry, but we’re not. Our reviews are more important than ever. Take a look.
NYFW is here! Hopefully, you already have Pattern bookmarked so you won’t miss any of our reviews. Our schedule is posted here.
The fashion system is broken. Exactly how to fix it is up for some debate, but there are identifiable places at which we can start and everyone can help a little.
Tom Ford has cancelled his #NYFW show and Burberry is combining men’s and women’s runway into one, both with buy-off-the-runway plans. Fashion is changing.
NYFW starts just one week from today! Here’s a quick look at the important issues we’re watching, hoping to get excited before next week!
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