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At Bode, History Repeats Itself—In Pants!

Bode is offering custom cords inspired by a century-old college tradition.
GARAGE Magazine
11.14.18
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In Fashion, Sister-Led Brands Set Style and Business Trends

Rodarte, the Row, and Lizzie Fortunato find working as sisters is a key to their success.
Erin Schwartz
10.22.18
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Chains, Caviar, and Witches: A Report From Russian Fashion Week

As we try to make sense of the biggest week in Russian fashion, we guide you through three big trends.
Rachel Tashjian
10.16.18
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We Need Tracee Ellis Ross in This Wild Space Age Valentino Puffer

These puffers have an angelic purity that Ross is prepared to pull off.
GARAGE Magazine
10.15.18
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These Loewe Textile Totes Are Your New Non-Problematic Fave

The brand shows how to collaborate responsibly with fabric artisans.
Rachel Tashjian
10.15.18
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How Maximalist, Insane Manicures Became the Look of the Moment

Beads, studs, and mile-long nails are the go-tos for women (like Rihanna) who want to go all the way.
Erin Schwartz
9.21.18
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In “The Secret History,” Dressing Well Has Murderous Possibilities

Tartt’s debut novel shows the fine line you walk when dressing for the world you want.
Drew Zeiba
9.19.18
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Tennis Is a Rarefied and Beautiful Art and Your T-Shirt Should Be, Too

Running is over. Tennis is in!
Chris Black
9.19.18
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How Rei Kawakubo, Valentino, Kim Jones, and Others See the Color Pink

Pink five different ways, from a new exhibition at the Museum at FIT.
Christina Cacouris
9.18.18
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Why Riccardo Tisci Killed Bambi for Burberry

Riccardo Tisci finally made his debut at Burberry, with references to all things British and a shirt that read, “WHY DID THEY KILL BAMBI.”
Rachel Tashjian
9.17.18
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Watch Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry Debut Live

Livestream the show at 12 PM EST to see Tisci’s debut Spring/Summer 2019 collection.
GARAGE Magazine
9.17.18
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Women Are Driving the New Wave of Film in Nigeria

Adébólá Ráyò remembers growing up with Nollywood films, and how women are behind its most exciting changes.
Adébólá Ráyò
9.4.18
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