This month buzzier-than-thou rapper A$AP Rocky released his major label debut, Long.Live.A$AP. You may have heard. We've thought long and hard about the album, and want you to have the optimal Rocky listening experience. Among its tracks you'll find several tropes and repetitive aspects. A$AP Rocky ... More >>
And yet she told a packed crowd at the French Alliance the other night that it was her idea to have the letter G shaved into a model's beav for a Gucci shoot. Christian Freedom was there for former Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld's talk, and reports the ot ... More >>
Remember when Kathy Griffin's reality show My Life on the D-List started seeming extra weird because Kathy had clearly arrived at the A-list? To pretend the funny lady was getting shafted everywhere she turned was almost as comically abusrdist as her take on other reality stars. Fortunately, she m ... More >>
The young designer takes us shopping for fall
If you ask Michelle Trachtenberg politely maybe she'll reprise this. Well, it's that time of year again: Friday's Fashion's Night Out brings a whole slew of free ways for you to stalk your favorite celebs, stare at pretty things you will pretend to consider to buy, and get some swag and music appr ... More >>
Fashion Week tends to bring out musicians--consider Guns N' Roses's secret performance at the John Varvatos store in the spring, or the formidable line-up that Ralph Lauren, Balenciaga, et al have put together for the next week or so. And Kanye West has a penchant for performing unannounced shows ... More >>
Two new exhibits on fashion photography's greats
from New York Social Diary Bernie Madoff's niece Shana is "reserved," according to the Wall Street Journal. What the Journal fails to mention is that Ms. Madoff was less reserved when it came to exhibiting her expensive taste for high fashion. Back in 2004, the then 33-year-old Madoff, who work ... More >>
Snapshots of the long, long trip from Chicago '68 to Chicago '08
Collect yourself—and some collectibles
Pearls to swine, and back again
The usual heels, but knock off the complaining
. . and the debate over copies crops up again
But only because the Golden Globes were crippled by the strike
This season's orgy of shopping feel-goodism: Buy me the moon, as long as no plants or animals are harmed.
Do your friends make you chubby? Or is it that McFlurry in your hand?
If Angelina Jolie can wear a $26 evening gown, why can't you?
Setting out to discover if Manhattan's fleas really bite
Styles come and go, but the glamour of drugs endures
Buy what you want! The universe will pay your bills
Cheap chic alternatives for when the fashion price is fright
Does a socialite's wardrobe at the Met represent the last gasp of couture?
An unsentimental journey through this season's most stylish, sinful coffee-table books
Tales of fatigue, confusion, and humility from the runways and celeb-choked after-parties
Shopping on 14th Street, from Union Square to the meatpacking district
Glamour, heartbreak, and some interpretive dance
Francesco Clemente, Jasper Johns, Kara Walker, John Currin, and other friends of Dorothy
X-Girl goes nautical for spring
A new flea at the Seaport, and other downtown shopping adventures
Cheap Doings in Chelsea
Rereading 'Sex and the Single Girl'
Of Chinoiserie, Hardware, Surf, and Other Purported Trends
In Dreams Begin Responsibilities
The Season's Top 10, Maybe
The Uptown Markdown Scene
Good Clothes at Good Prices
Exploring Extreme Beauty With the As Four Gang
American Fashion Awards Itself