Check out never-before-seen sketches from the iconic designer
Some of late fashion designer Stephen Sprouse’s work—like those graffiti-style bags for Louis Vuitton—are unforgettable. But some of the work the New York-based designer did has never been seen before. Until now.
Some of Sprouse’s sketches have been collected into the new book, Stephen Sprouse: Xerox/Rock/Art, which gives admirers a ... More
The Fun Home star on how she’s getting ready for the big night
Judy Kuhn’s performance in the Broadway production of Fun Home has been one of the most talked-about of the current theatrical season. To hear Kuhn tell it, however, the only thing people are really chattering about are the upcoming 69th annual Tony Awards.
“It seems like that’s all anyone’s ever talking about,” the four-time ... More
The stylish model and TV personality teamed up with HSN to launch a clothing capsule collection
Brittny Gastineau can now add fashion designer to her extensive résumé.
The brunette it-girl recently launched her first clothing capsule collection, Brittny Gastineau for Tiana B., and it’s full of fashion-forward pieces to covet. The four-piece line—exclusively sold on HSN—includes a jumpsuit, a multicolor printed caftan, a chevron-printed body-con ... More
The legendary Swiss-French star’s lucky timekeeper
What does it take to turn heads on the Croisette at Cannes?
In the case of actress Irène Jacob and her Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra Vintage Bracelet Watch, it helps to be an icon. Roles in Au révoirs, Les Enfants, The Double Life of Véronique and Three Colors: Red cemented Jacob’s place in ... More
Jason Rembert on everything from a woman’s wardrobe secret weapon to the importance of underwear
When it’s your life’s work to make people look their very best, you become an encyclopedia of fashion knowledge. Here, stylist to the stars (Rita Ora is a top client) Jason Rembert shares a few precious nuggets of that very chic wisdom.
5 pieces that every woman should have in her ... More
The Costume Institute's biggest show ever highlights how Western fashion and art is inspired by Chinese design
Entering this year's Costume Institute exhibition, the ambitious and extravagant China: Through the Looking Glass, is akin to opening the door to Wonderland. The lights are dim, the pathways twisted, the walls lined with mirrors in a disorienting display of reflective surfaces. But don't fret, dear reader. Once your eyes adjust ... More