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Dolce & Gabbana, Exposed
The designers pick up the camera for their spring campaign.
Fashion’s Full-Figured Failure
Don’t like your body? Don’t blame the models.
Fashion’s Original Tyrant
Diana Vreeland was imperious, eccentric, and unforgettable.
What Does Anna Want Next?
From celeb-filled fundraisers in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village to state dinners at the White House, rumors of political aspirations for the Vogue editrix are flying around town.
A belated comeback for the polka-dot queen.
Feting Fashion’s Sphinx
The anti-celebrity success of Rei Kawakubo.
The Curator Wears Prada
The Met honors fashion’s subversive feminist Miuccia Prada in a new show, "Impossible Conversations." she talks to Robin Givhan.
Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da, Bras Go On
Where have all the cone bras gone?
The CFDA Turns 50
In a new exhibit, fashion designers pick their most iconic contributions to American culture. By Robin Givhan.
Is Karl Spread Too Thin?
Lagerfeld is brilliant at Chanel. But have his other ventures run amok to the detriment of his creative genius?
What Went On Under The Radar
Forget Kanye and Gaga. The biggest shake-ups of the year happened far from the runway—and at a computer near you.
Fashion's Arab Spring
Sexy, hip Haider Ackermann is turning fashion into art.
Color and Chaos in Paris at Fashion Week
Balenciaga’s splashy spring collection brightens a day of surprises.
The New Faces of Islam
They're proud Muslims, they're top models, and now they're changing our ideal of beauty. By Robin Givhan.
The Casual-Friday Campaign
Why the 2012 presidential race is banishing suit-and-tie politics.
Arnault Shakes Up His Empire
The LVMH chief shakes up his empire after the fall of Dior's star designer, John Galliano.
Jean Paul Gaultier Retrospective
A Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective spans cone bras, corsets—and feminist politics.