Galliano describes "hearing the rustle of the taffeta" and "being able to smell the perfume on the girl." The glee that once was Galliano's shines through still, alive and well. Galliano brings fairy tales to life, although he's been very close to losing his own.
It's no secret that some people respond to power as they would to an aphrodisiac. Whether they prefer to wield power over others or submit to it on co...
NYU's new president will have lowered tuition 10 percent since peak levels in 2016. The Village still hates the school, but sentiments are starting to change.
In an industry that is constantly adapting and redefining the way news is gathered and disseminated, what happens when an employee falls victim to one of these layoff announcements? According to one of New York's leading employment lawyers, a whole lot. And it doesn't have to be all bad.
Now that Galliano is back -- albeit for three weeks, working at Oscar de la Renta's atelier -- rampant musings are resounding about Galliano's return to fashion, to the world he loves and has made his own for 25 years since.
by Julie Miller, Vanity Fair At the age of 22, Chris Colfer is a Golden Globe-winning actor, a New York Times best-selling author, and, with Struck...
Squalor, sewers, Dickensian suffering, a splendor of operatic riches! If you are director Tom Hooper, how do you follow the drama of the multi-Oscar winning King's Speech?
Diplomacy today is about much more than just being "the face" of the United States to the host country or about throwing and attending parties. There is no evidence that Anna Wintour would be good at that.
London Fashion Week has become synonymous with innovative design and stand out collections, with London recently being voted, for the second year running, the most watched and read fashion capital in the world.
"You either know fashion or you don't," according to Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour. I, alternatively, would like to think fashion and I are nei...
Fashion photographer Jim Lee's mews house in South Kensington is compact but perfectly formed. For someone heralded as the original wild child of f...
Fashion can be two things: It can be as simple as something you put on to make yourself feel beautiful, or as dynamic as something illustrative of culture, time and its transformations.
You may not care about the Costume Institute's exhibition of Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada and their proposed "Impossible Conversations" opening at the Metropolitan Museum this very night. (It runs into the summer!) But if you 'd like the great Museum to keep functioning and being a bastion of culture in the U.S., you'd better accept "fashion" as part of it all.
When the the New York Times Sunday Styles section debuted on May 3, 1992, fashion wasn't as fashionable as it is today. Style and design had not yet infiltrated every aspect of bourgeois life.
Fashion magazines had a rough 2011. To make a long story short, all major magazine sales were down. It seems as though a quality and content overhaul are necessary in order for these zines to thrive again in our modern day world of media.