Monthly Archives: March 2016

Tia Mowry Is Not About the Cyber Bullies

Tia Mowry would like a word with internet bullies. On her Instagram account Thursday, the actress, a.k.a. one half of the Sister, Sister team, posted her opinion on her body-shaming trolls. After posting a photo of herself   in a Stella McCartney dress on a New York City visit, she received … More »

Saint Laurent Confirms Hedi Slimane Exit

The designer heated up the storied house to become the fastest growing brand at conglomerate Kering.

In France, Taking a Fresh Approach to Craft

The annual métiers d’arts showcase weekend reveals how traditional fields are changing.

Striding Forward at René Caovilla

The Italian shoemaker is putting an emphasis on technology as well as traditional skills.

U.S. Textile Industry Turns to Tech as Gateway to Revival

An M.I.T.-led research and product development project is trying to bring clothes into the digital age and make textiles a high-tech industry.

Fall 2016 Trend: Sequins

Designers piled glittering palettes and sparkling sequins onto skirts, dresses and even pantsuits, making the fall season a shiny one.

LVMH Again Lifts the Luxury Curtain

During one May weekend, 70 brands will invite the public into their workshops.

Sponsored: An Evolution of Office-Appropriate Dressing

Lacquer to Wear

A Japanese artisan adapts a traditional specialty to modern jewelry design.

At Buccellati, Elegance Forever

The Italian jewelry house trains young artisans in techniques and tools from the Renaissance.