Billions of years ago when the world was still young, treasure began forming deep underground. As the edges of Earth’s tectonic plates plunged down into the upper mantle, bits of carbon, some likely hailing from long-dead life forms were melted and compressed into rigid lattices. Over millions of years, those lattices grew into the most durable, dazzling gems the planet had ever cooked up. And every so often, for reasons scientists still don’t fully understand, an eruption would send a stash of ...
To truly understand the tankini, we must travel first to an Italian island in the fourth century and southern England in the 18th century, if only briefly.
It's never made more sense to dress like it's 1994 — and you're a movie star headed to LAX.
An avant-garde advertisement for Shiseido's Pink Pop range featuring the late supermodel and clothing designer Tina Chow.
Fatigued by multi-step routines and lackluster results, some people are dramatically scaling back their skincare regimens.
Why drop a bunch of money on a designer-made article of clothing that'll you'll only ever wear once? Lizzo solved that problem by pulling double duty with her extremely cool Marc Jacobs dress at the airport.
The Met Gala brings us a night of gleefully over-the-top evening wear themed in accordance to the upcoming exhibit. This year, it's "Camp: Notes on Fashion." In the most basic sense, camp is purposeful exaggeration, but it's hard to really define. Whatever your take on the cultural phenomenon, it makes for a hell of a lot of looks.
These Han Chinese reenactors are trying to revive centuries-old fashion and transform it into everyday wear.
Some white-collar women are ditching their purses for a more practical toting solution. They say they’ll never go back.
In the past 19 years, there have been 228 issues of Vogue, with a total of 262 female cover models. Let's look at where these women fall on the skin lightness spectrum.
“Men just want to find a fit and then not change from that,” Chris Riccobono, founder of the menswear brand Untuckit (or, as the brand styles it, UNTUCKit), says. “They don’t really want to have to overthink their outfit.”
In New York, the boundaries between a fashion statement and a cry for assistance can get very blurred.
The behemoth retailer wants to come for your closet like it came for the bookstore. But rather than dazzle you with designs, the site is catering to your most basic desires.
No one knows what shoes to wear to work. Silicon Valley has an answer.
DST, the venture capital firm founded by Yuri Milner, is expected to lead the deal.
The designer behind Acronym — the cutting-edge fashion coveted by legions of fans like John Mayer and sci-fi wizards like William Gibson — is making clothes for the end of the world.
It's like Diet Prada, but for preachers who hang out with Justin Bieber and wear Off-White — and at two weeks old, it's already ruffling some bigshot feathers.
How has an enclave for emo kids and mall goths resisted the retail apocalypse? With merch.
On some level, most people probably suspect that clothing sizes don't mean very much, if only from the experience of struggling to fit into garments that should fit but don't (or vice versa). But put your mind at ease: it is undeniably and objectively true that the sizes of different "sizes" vary dramatically.
Not even the brand's president can explain the watch's eight-year waitlist.
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