With a suit, denim or off-duty sweats, one of these eccentric pairs of shoes will give your wardrobe the extra bit of style you know it needs
WSJ. Magazine - Fashion
“I wake up and I feel a bit like a robot. The app is telling me what to do.”
Less formal than a tie, less bulky than a muffler, a neck scarf adds a playfully elegant touch to any outfit. Six options to try
Five styles that roll out of the alleyway into everyday life thanks to irreverent spring prints
There’s a natural appeal to the best accessories of the season, which feature organic elements, from an Hermès commuter bag to studded Loewe slides
A mix of oversize tailoring and workwear makes for a new take on traditional utility garments. See inside the new menswear trend
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After last summer’s incident in Sweden, A$AP Rocky is back to doing what he loves most: experimenting with fashion, riding mosh pits and preparing to drop his fourth studio album.
“I usually get into bed with a good book or a good man. Ha!” The supermodel and evangelist for natural aging on her pre-bed routines (and partners).
From handbags to diamonds, these gift ideas for her will go above and beyond.
Shapely, cylindrical bucket bags are a structured alternative to the classic tote. Six ways to try the trend
The Italian fashion house banks on its success with a Florentine cafe by taking the concept to Los Angeles just in time for the Academy Awards.
There’s an organic elegance to dresses, coats, hats and accessories woven from palm-tree-derived raffia. Seven spring options
Irene Forte Skincare is made entirely in Italy with many edible ingredients, inspired by the family’s organic farm in Sicily
Belted or buttoned, workwear coats and safari-style jackets add a rugged note to spring outfits
The $1.5 billion company The RealReal’s founder is changing the way we buy and sell luxury, but the startup was born out of realizing, “I’d have to create my own opportunities.”
Luke Edward Hall, Liselotte Watkins and Nigel Peake have made a career of fusing artistic backgrounds with fashionable clients
Shell jewelry, straw hats and three other rare species of the season: items that are the perfect balance between nature and nurture.
The creative director, fashion designer and author, who is a co-host of the new Netflix show ‘Next in Fashion,’ shares what’s on her phone.