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The American fashion designer’s latest foray into the food business debuted in his brand’s flagship store on Regent Street.
The contenders to replace Ms. Shulman, the magazine’s editor in chief for 25 years, include her deputy, the founder of Net-a-Porter and a Financial Times editor.
Many top horlogers are designing wares to take advantage of the region’s appetite for elegantly adorned, exclusive timepieces.
As chief executive, Viviane de Witt brings business discipline to the artistry of her watchmaker husband.
Omar Hussein’s first watch was a Swatch. Now, the Dubai entrepreneur favors Parmigiani watches and has three of them to note life events.
The British watchmaker Backes & Strauss has remained steadfast in its style, surrounding time with diamonds.
Fashion East’s newcomers and Halpern join J.W. Anderson, Simone Rocha and Versus Versace on the runways.
Mark Hartman, a photographer and director from Brooklyn, recently spent three weeks in Japan, chasing a lifelong fascination with the country’s culture.
After a turbulent summer, the N.B.A.’s newest “villain” is finding peace and building an empire among the Bay Area’s techies.
Mean tweets. Vicious taunts. Crude TV. An uncivil war is raging in this country, and before you blame ... you know ... That Guy, take a look in the mirror.
Mrs. Trump joins a long line of women — from Louisa Adams to Pat Nixon — who weren’t wild about the idea of Washington life.
Recent events included the Viennese Opera Ball, a gala for the Human Rights Campaign and the Black & White Panda Ball
Recent events included the Viennese Opera Ball, a gala for the Human Rights Campaign, and the Black & White Panda Ball
Our favorite looks from a week of street style.
Why the actress, Oscar-nominated this year for her role in “Lion,” always makes the best-dressed lists.
The actress, nominated for an Academy Award for her role in “Lion,” is known for making bold sartorial choices.
The illustrator Damien Florébert Cuypers draws the models, designers, buyers, bloggers — and looks — at the fall/winter 2017 collections.
At the top of New York Fashion Week, jackets are big. Conventional fit seems an outmoded concept.
In a political climate that can be hostile to marginalized groups, an exhibition at the National Museum of the American Indian is timely.
The photographer’s library, equipment and ephemera have been donated to the museum, which will display them this spring.
As London Fashion Week begins, Roksanda Ilincic reflects on the style that has drawn Samantha Cameron, Michelle Obama and most recently Melania Trump.
An animal shelter volunteer has a dim view of her fellow man, until she starts playing matchmaker for dogs and people.
This season the puffer coat comes in madcap variations.
Our favorite shots from behind the scenes at New York Fashion Week.