Articles in Fashion

Once confined to clothing influenced by apparel found long ago on Savile Row, Ralph Lauren Purple...
While working as a model following a successful stint in college basketball, Ron Donovan discovered...
Custom eyewear designer Nader Zadi, known for artistic eyewear made using antique components, is...
Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo is introducing a made-to-measure service (www.ferragamo....
In 1910, decades before he first put his signature on a garment, Italian cloth maker Ermenegildo...
On June 26, 2000, then-President Bill Clinton stood in the East Room of the White House—where...
Hoping to revive interest in exotic-skin footwear, a look that originated in London more than 75...
Photo by Ted Morrison
In 1954, a little-known French sleeping-bag, glove, and snowsuit maker named Moncler used its...
Best known for its tailored men’s clothing, the Italian brand Brioni is celebrating its 65th...
Known for its high-performance sunglasses and accessories, Oakley has forged a new concept in...
When Francesco Scognamiglio was creating Allegri’s 010109 collection last year, hence the numerical...
Photo by Jens Hartwig
After years of honing his skills as a joiner—a craftsman who skillfully cuts and fastens wood...
Photo by David Roemer
This spring, leading designers pack a sartorial punch with relaxed yet sophisticated menswear that...
Photo by Von Span
Growing up in India during a time when it was heavily influenced by England, Anit Patel garnered a...
One stormy winter night in 1786, while the Danish brigantine Metta Catharina von Flensburg was...
Photo by Ted Morrison
Putting feelings into words is challenging enough for some men; expressing the depth of their...
They look like an old pair of shoes your grandfather might have worn and, in fact, that could very...
With ski season underway, we have uncovered a selection of innovative new accessories that might...
When Porsche Design Group set out to introduce a signature sports collection in collaboration with...
Photo by Lisa Charles Watson
The conservative, tried-and-true tuxedo no longer defines black tie. Menswear designers are mixing...

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