The level of attention he pays to repairing these jeans while retaining the image that they've been well-worn over time is simply amazing.
For 300 years, most women's clothes have lacked functional pockets. Thanks to a group of women-led brands, that’s starting to change.
Nothing says "I love you" like a shirt that says "Ew, people."
Everything Harry’s new wife Meghan Markle wears flies off the shelves. Can Harry have the same effect on what men wear?
T-shirts featuring political and self-care-minded slogans break from tradition by refusing to declare allegiance to anything at all.
There's never been a better time, I was assured, to be a pants haver. But for someone new to the trousers game, the breadth of choice was paralyzing.
I wasn't cross-dressing as much as doing a kind of cross-shopping, which I later learned is defined as a type of anarchy: a single customer defying retailers' marketing segmentation by shopping where he or she is not expected to.
With his intense good looks and recurring roles in the Harry Potter and DC Comics universes, Ezra Miller seems primed for a familiar kind of Hollywood success. But it turns out he also plays in a "genre queer" rock band, has gender-blind taste in clothes and lives not in Silver Lake but on a farm in Vermont.
Pulling off these fingernail looks takes incredible skill, long nails and a bit of a twisted sense of style.
If you're one of those folks — and there are so, so many of us — who for whatever reason can't stand this week's particular brand of costumed revelry, I have something to say to you: Just wear a hat, and call it a day. It's the best costume there is, one even haters can get behind. And I'll tell you why.
Things like "influence" and importance are watery concepts. But it's easy to see that the Milan-based fashion brand Off-White has 5.4 million Instagram followers and that founder Virgil Abloh has 3.1 million.
A bevy of new products and services could change how people talk — and think — about their bodies.
The cost of shampoo alone must be staggering.
Minhaj needed a makeover for his upcoming Netflix show "Patriot Act," and France was more than happy to help... although there were definitely some differences of opinion.
Women destroy makeup as part of backlash against culture of laborious skincare regimes and pressure to look perfect.
Instagram helps, but we’ve been dressing up dogs and cats for a long time.
Thanks to the non-stop demands of cable news, the ink-stained wretches covering Trump have transformed into tightly-tailored professional pundits.
Run by legendary MAC makeup artist Terry Barber, the account juxtaposes beautiful makeup looks with images of everyday phenomena. Bacon, cardboard boxes, sunburn, a tunnel, the Queen's hat. Real kitchen sink stuff.
Why do filmmakers keep taking the Batman villain so seriously?
Checking in with the American Traditionals of Tokyo.
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