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  • ATH-LUXE

    Tom Ford kicked off New York Fashion Week last night with a collection that seemed to draw from his own archives at 90s Gucci and St. Laurent, as well as ...see more

  • ATH-LUXE

    Tom Ford kicked off New York Fashion Week last night with a collection that seemed to draw from his own archives at 90s Gucci and St. Laurent, as well as …see more

  • Dad Socks Get Cool

    Although dad jokes and dad jeans are decidedly uncool, dad socks are having a moment. Socks that hit at mid-calf began to emerge on Fall 2017 runways and are making …see more

  • Tziporah Salamon’s The Art of Dressing

    Alan Rosenberg | April 5, 2017 Followers of the late Bill Cunningham’s long-running “On The Street” page in The New York Times may be familiar with Tziporah Salamon. The latter, an …see more

  • Major Corduroy

    With the abundance of velvet saturating the runways in recent seasons it’s no surprise that corduroy, the plush material’s workwear cousin, has emerged in full force for fall’s daytime looks. Paired with …see more

  • Wine Country

    Warm shades of Burgundy and Bordeaux emerge as a fresh alternative to classic navy. Much like the universal dark blue, these wine tones are an understated way to wear head-to-toe monochrome color. Tints vary from …see more

  • Prince of Wales

    Prince-of-Wales checks rule the runways this season. The black-and-white pattern, which began as the Glen Urquhart check, was a favorite of the ever-dashing Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor. While the …see more

  • Upholstery Store

    Rich upholstery fabrics like damask, brocade and cut velvet add luxe texture and color to tailored silhouettes. Lustrous florals, swirls and geos have an antique feel that complements the demure, …see more

  • Wearable Landscapes

  • Rose Tattoo

    Roses emerge as a key motif this season looking more edgy than innocent. The romantic flower appears as embroidery on denim separates or metallic appliqués on leather biker jackets. Prints …see more

  • Dark Fairytales for our Time

    Alan Rosenberg | November 29, 2016 An upcoming exhibition of esoteric 19th century Symbolist paintings is sure to shock and surprise visitors to the Guggenheim Museum who know the Frank Lloyd …see more