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The Stagnant Way of Saint Laurent

The Menswear Spring 2016 shows have officially ended. One highlight of the menswear collections was Saint Laurent. It wasn’t a highlight, because of great design or references that were used in the collection. 408 more words



I’ve long been fascinated with the case of Lennie Kirk, and in the gossipy, where-are-they-now and who’s-the-gnarliest posting world of skate culture online, Kirk’s antics have been discussed time and time again. 438 more words


Déjà Vu? Kanye West Went on a Twitter Rant About How He's a Fashion Genius

Nobody loves himself more than Kanye West, which the rapper, sometimes designer, and husband to a Kardashian proves time, and time again. We’ve heard him go on various rants… 246 more words


Cathy Horyn Returns To Fashion

Cathy Horn resigned as fashion critic for The New York Times after 15 years but continues to work with the daily publication on a tome about how the NYTimes has covered the history of fashion from the 1850s to the present. 208 more words

Fashion Reportage

Cathy Horyn on Joe Eula is a delight

“He was short and wiry, about five-foot-six. His face was square, with a droopy salt-and-pepper mustache and a pleasant but skeptical expression. He wore large wire-rimmed glasses, an old polo shirt, khaki shorts, and, if I recall correctly, shower shoes.” 597 more words

Displaced Dreams in Displaced Shapes

In the article entitled “Sign of the Time”, Cathy Horyn signals a change in today’s fashion: “If you accept that fashion reflects the times — and I do — then you have to concede that in this respect Slimane has been impressive, even prescient. 438 more words