The "mob wife" look calls for flashy gold jewelry, big sunglasses — and fur coats. Some people are turning to vintage furs as a sustainable option, but critics say it isn't an ethical workaround.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's decision not to enforce an unofficial dress code has elicited strong reactions and dominated talk on Capitol Hill, even as a potential government shutdown looms.
"We are serving a primal need of all human beings," Birkenstock's CEO writes to prospective shareholders. "We are a footbed company selling the experience of walking as intended by nature."
NPR correspondent Rhitu Chatterjee visited a hit London museum show called "The Offbeat Sari." It showed her how the garment has changed — and made her reflect on what the sari means to her.
The latest megadeal aims to give Tapestry a competitive edge against major European luxury goods conglomerates like Kering and LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.
One of the options Adidas considered was to destroy the Ye-designed shoes, but the company ultimately decided against it, the CEO said. Instead it will sell them and donate the proceeds to charity.
The annual Met Gala fundraiser pays tribute to designer Karl Lagerfeld, who has a controversial legacy in the fashion industry.
Wearing a track suit on NFL draft night like Deion Sanders did would be scoffed at today with top players gathering for a televised event that has become as much runway show as sporting event.
Players didn't always have the freedom to express themselves through their outfits — in 2005, the NBA instituted a restrictive dress code. Now players embrace the intersection of sports and fashion.
Christie's auctioned off hundreds of items belonging to the late fashion icon this week. Top-selling items included Andy Warhol paintings and some of Talley's signature custom coats.