The Anti-Defamation League has condemned the fashion retailer over a yellow shirt with what appears to be a six-pointed star.
‘High heels are pleasure with pain,’ the footwear designer told a British fashion magazine.
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French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been championing his law-and-order credentials on the campaign trail, but is apparently still afraid to wear his Rolex in a crowd.
Forget puffy dresses. These days, high schoolers opt to show skin — or even wear pajamas.
Seven months after John Galliano’s high-profile dismissal, Dior has finally announced a replacement.
For some, getting dolled up means a swipe of eye shadow, a dab of lipstick and a pair of stilettos. But Molly Barker and Caitlin Boyle from Charlotte, N.C., have redefined what it means to put their best faces forward. Founders …
There are whole clothing lines devoted to big and tall men, so why aren’t there any for the slim and short? The lack of stylish options for shorter men led Peter Manning to start his own line, a New York Times article …
TIME’s Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.
The Washington Post reports on the latest courtroom fashion trend of hipster glasses in Washington D.C. It’s what New York defense lawyer Harvey Slovis calls a “nerd defense.”
“Yes, it works,” he told the Post, saying …
They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend. If that’s the case, this ring ought to provide a lifetime of companionship.
Swiss jewelry company Shawish has created a diamond ring from one massive hunk of rock. To be precise, …
Each week, we round up the brilliant and bizarre from the world of fashion.