A documentary tracks the life and work of superstar designer Halston.
Looking back on the work and philosophy of Rudi Gernreich, who broke norms and made waves in the 1960s and ’70s.
The problem with the exhibition is that it’s simultaneously too self-aware and too clueless to capture the essence of camp.
Kanye West and Ivanka Trump have created the fashion line “Make America Yeezus,” with Trump designing her own pair of Yeezys.
An exhibit at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology looks at society’s obsession with the body through garments from the late 1700s to our time.
In Consumptive Chic: A History of Beauty, Fashion, and Disease, Carolyn A. Day investigates how the fatal symptoms of tuberculosis became entwined with feminine ideals in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Looking for a Halloween costume? Here’s a 19th-century guide to dressing for fancy balls, with costumes for witches, carrier pigeons, glowworms, and air.
The ambitious show takes fashion seriously, but blurs the line between design and commerce.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute dedicates its second solo show of a living designer to Rei Kawakubo, who started her daring clothing label Comme des Garçons in 1973.
An exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle showcases some 60 pieces designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, highlighting his sculptural manipulations of black fabric.
Native Fashion Now brings together works by 67 designers and artists from the US and Canada who are melding generations-old practices and contemporary couture.
The Age of the Beard at the Florence Nightingale Museum in London examines through photographs the Victorian mania for elaborate facial hair.