Fashion

25 Oscar de la Renta Quotes on the Power of Fashion and Women

He dressed some of the most powerful women in the world — including Jacqueline Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, and Oprah Winfrey. He championed the independent, modern woman—reflected in the strength and femininity of his stunning gowns and sought-after fashions. Oscar de la Renta passed away this week, but his grace and sophistication — as a designer and a man — live on through his words about the industry he helped build and the women he loved to dress. … Read More

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Oscar de la Renta Dies at 82

Oscar de la Renta died yesterday at his home in Connecticut after a decade-long battle with cancer; he will, however, remain… Read More

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Anti-Semitic Ranter John Galliano Named Creative Director of Maison Martin Margiela

You know how sometimes you’ve been really stressed at work — like, your co-workers aren’t cutting the mustard, your… Read More

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Will Fashion Ever Embrace Feminism as More Than Just a Trend?

Feminism and fashion have always been uneasy bedmates, linked by a common constituency but separated by very different objectives. The impasse came to a head not once but twice during Paris Fashion Week, where the usually infallible Stella McCartney ruffled feathers after her show when she said, “Strength on its own in a woman is quite abrasive and not terribly attractive all the time. This collection is really celebrating the gentle side.” … Read More

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Karl Lagerfeld Doesn’t Get to Appropriate Feminism

If The Onion had a fashion vertical, “Karl Lagerfeld Stages Feminist Protest” would almost certainly be one of its headlines. And yet here we are: Chanel’s head designer closed today’s Paris show with a parade of models holding signs so baldly hypocritical that they’re an exercise in doublethink. “FREE FREEDOM,” one nonsensically declares. “FEMINISM NOT MASOCHISM,” says another. Finally, hilariously, and worst of all: “BE DIFFERENT!” I laughed; I cried; I read headlines like “Chanel’s Empowering Feminist Protest the Best Thing About Fashion Week” and kept crying until I had a rage blackout. … Read More

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Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner to Produce Documentary About LGBT-Friendly Tailors for HBO

Bindle & Keep, the Brooklyn-based bespoke tailor, is getting its own HBO documentary thanks to Jenni Konner… Read More

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Body Parts Can’t Be “Trendy,” No Matter How Big Butts Get

In the past, a tone-deaf Vogue feature might’ve been peak Columbusing. But we live in exciting times, so “We’re Officially in the Era of the Big Booty” was just the beginning! First, the New York Times hopped On It with a trend piece, published (where else?) in the Styles section and titled (what else?) “For Posterior’s Sake.” And now there’s the video for Jennifer Lopez’s “Booty,” which looks like the result of the world’s worst record exec hypothetical: “What if we made ‘Anaconda,’ but without the fun, relevance, or gleeful destruction of phallic symbols? Also, let’s put Iggy Azalea in there.” … Read More

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Watch Lady Gaga Roll Around in New Perfume Ad

Lady Gaga has it all: A downward trending recording career, a friendship with music legend Tony Bennett, and now,… Read More

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