French fashion house Cacharel has a storied history that dates back to 1958
From the November 1985 issue of Elle ~ ‘Sequins — from the French word for “old, good coins” — the season’s spotlight-stealers.
The daughter of an engineer and painter, designer Bri Brant infuses elements from both of these vocations into her handbag line Arden + James.
Revisiting the infamous Perry Ellis show that got Marc Jacobs fired and made him a star.
When you discover that food stylist/ photographer Adeline Waugh hails from Miami, it all makes sense.
The fall collection from Joseph Altuzarra has roots in the 2013 Jim Jarmusch film, Only Lovers Left Alive.
From the March 22, 1976 issue of Time ~ ‘Versatility and ease are the keynotes of contemporary American fashion.’
When Pat Benatar wore tights onstage, she hadn’t planned for a revolution.
Situated within the Urban Glass House in NYC, the home of designer Jill Stuart tinkers with the building’s cool, modernist aesthetic and makes it warm and inviting.
Known as the woman behind Madonna’s 80s look, there is more to Maripol than just rubber bracelets and rosary beads.
Brooks Brothers womenswear has certainly gotten a makeover since Zac Posen took over as creative director in 2015.
From the August 1969 issue of Vogue ~ ‘Fizz, snap, crackle — it’s Goldie Hawn! — the most delicious cashew in the ‘Laugh-In’ mix.’