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  • Pink Re-think

    The newest pink is not the meditative, gender-bending, leaning-towards-neutral millennial pink. For next spring, designers explore the gutsy bubblegum varieties of the hue, made even more sticky sweet with tulle ...see more

  • Pink Re-think

    The newest pink is not the meditative, gender-bending, leaning-towards-neutral millennial pink. For next spring, designers explore the gutsy bubblegum varieties of the hue, made even more sticky sweet with tulle …see more

  • Silver Lining

    Silver is the metal of choice for next spring. The cool steely surface can have a futuristic, industrial feel, but this season those attributes are softened with patchworks, fur trims, …see more

  • Scarlet Fever

    In the 1938 film Jezebel, Bette Davis’ rebellious southern belle character chooses to wear a red dress to the ball. Even in the film’s black-and-white, the rich gray created by …see more

  • Radical Transparency

    Perhaps it’s the current call for transparency in politics and business that is inspiring all the pellucid fabrics on the runways. These filmy layers are especially effective for see-through outerwear. …see more

  • Sweet Dreams

    Demure dresses resemble delicate nightgowns from past eras. Long-sleeved silhouettes with drawstring necklines and loose shapes call to mind simple undergarments from the 1800’s, while ruffles and pintucked details take inspiration …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