Monthly Archives: September 2016

At Valentino, Pierpaolo Piccioli on His Own

After 26 years as half of a duo (with Maria Grazia Chiuri, now at Dior), the designer works on a solo collection.

Paris Fashion Week, Day 5: Conceptualists, Romantics and Gamines

As the shows reach the halfway point, Comme des Garçons, Haider Ackermann and Nina Ricci present collections.

What If Your Stress Level Was Visible for Everyone to See?

In collaboration with Intel, Hussein Chalayan created glasses and belts that tracked his models’ stress levels, then shone the visual projections on the wall.

Kim, Kourtney Kardashian Turn out to Buro 24/7’s Cocktail in Paris

Cohosts included Miroslava Duma, Carine Roitfeld, Irina Shayk and Natasha Poly.

The Remarriage of Edie Windsor, a Gay Marriage Pioneer

Edie Windsor, the veteran L.G.B.T. activist who emerged as a central figure in the marriage equality movement, has gotten married again.

Chris Hemsworth Presents His Glorious Bottom for All the World to See


Elizabeth Warren Just Said What Most Women Wish They Could to Donald Trump

She went on a Friday tweetstorm.

The Duchess of Cambridge Inadvertently Bolsters Sales for Canadian Company Sentaler

The Duchess of Cambridge has chosen an assortment of designer labels while in Canada including CH Carolina Herrera — a first for the royal.

Campaign Fashion: The Mystery of Trump’s Suits, Solved

Yes, the Republican nominee wears Brioni — as well as suits by the Brooklyn tailor Martin Greenfield.

Fashion Review: At Dior, Feminism Under the Spotlight

Maria Grazia Chiuri, the first woman to run the couture house, took her role to heart. But could you tell on the runway?