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Will Ryman's New Public Sculptures Combine Stonehenge and Pac-Man

The New York artist is bringing his monumentalized vision of our everyday pursuits to a Paris park.
Margaret Carrigan
2.6.18
Fashion
Fashion

Thanks to Margiela, Couture is Cool Again

For a generation that does everything for the ‘Gram, is buying couture next?
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
1.25.18
Fashion
Fashion

Pigalle Paris: The Parisian Label That Wrestles with Race, Class, and Gentrification

Pigalle Paris, a brand beloved by everyone from Rihanna to Chanel’s president of fashion, addresses the racial and social frictions in the capital.
Cody Delistraty
1.23.18
Fashion
Fashion

The Endless Appropriations of Virgil Abloh

The designer’s latest menswear collection attempts to subvert middle-class malaise, but instead showcases the fashion industry’s obsession with ceaseless borrowing from other cultures and social classes.
Cody Delistraty
1.21.18
Fashion
Fashion

The Last Days of Colette

How did the legendary Paris concept store, which closes this week, make a business out of "cool"?
Cody Delistraty
12.18.17
Fashion
Fashion

Au Revoir, Colette: The Store That Created the Concept of Concept Stores

Nadja Spiegelman on the legacy that Paris's high-fashion temple will leave behind when it closes in December.
Nadja Spiegelman
7.13.17
Fashion
Fashion

Couture Week: Americans in Paris

As newly added "guest designers" to the show schedule, Proenza Schouler and Rodarte both proved that all they needed was a little bit of Parisian beauty to pull off a great collection.
Rachel Tashjian
7.4.17
Fashion
Fashion

Proenza Schouler's Couture Moment: An Exclusive Interview

The iconic New York brand tells us about the business and craft—not to mention jitters—of taking their show to Paris Couture Week.
Rachel Tashjian
6.14.17