I barely noticed the clothes because I was so distracted by the models underneath the garments. Line after line, show after show, model after model looked the same: jutting chest bones, sharp clavicles, bony knees, and so on.
One thing I'm very excited about this Fashion Week is the Nine West Runway Relief. The idea of it struck a chord with me: years ago an aunt I'm especially close to was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Would a newspaper and website like The Jewish Daily Forward hire a Catholic editor? Would The Advocate engage a straight person as executive director...
Corsica is very much your own experience. No one is going to hold your hand to guide you or to hold you back.
Having spent the majority of my adult life in New York City and Los Angeles, I have a different view of celebrities than a lot of other people.
We have decided as a policy to stop naming names of useless starlets who paint obscenities on their fingernails, hypocritical politicians and commenta...
Fashion-induced anorexia isn't the only health risk faced by runway models. New photos of Naomi Campbell revealed a significant bald patch above her l...
What do Julia Roberts, Jamie Oliver, Full Figure Fashion Week, and my grandmother have in common? Dinner.
Designers love 'em and now you can take cues from the runway girls who know a thing or two about throwing an outfit together. Check out our latest models spotted on the streets!
At the CFDA awards, I had the honor of presenting Ralph Lauren the 2010 Popular Award. In honor of the popular award, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about all things popular for summer.
To this day, when someone taps my shoulder in a supermarket, I turn around with a pretend sigh and my hands ready to autograph, only to be asked to move.
Food and fashion have, at times, had a fraught relationship. However, Sophie Dahl skillfully and beautifully symbolizes and unites those two antithetical passions.
The common response when I state my job is, "But you're not plus! What size are you?" Maybe a better question is: what size are we supposed to be? What do we expect a "plus" model to look like?
While the super-sexy, ethno-traditional thing is very of the moment, it all seems to be setting up a 21st century colonial construct that makes us very uncomfortable.
I have been consistently impressed with the devoted followers of plus modeling. Some of our ranks have gained something akin to celebrity status. But has the industry lost its beautiful women in the process?
Unlike Sandra Bullock's's divorce drama -- which shook me up and had me wanting some very, very bad things to happen to Jesse James -- Kate Hudson's alleged boob job feels personal.