Here is the latest Fashion News from the International Times.
Instagram Remembers Bill Cunningham
The fashion world is paying tribute, creatively, to the legendary style photographer.
Bill Cunningham’s Columns, the Early Days
His signature pages made their debut some 27 years ago. They managed to capture real people at important moments.
Out and About With A-Wa
The Arab-Israeli trio takes in the sights, smells and sounds of New York.
On the Runway: Fashionbuster: Leslie Jones, and Her Right to a Red-Carpet Dress
The “Ghostbusters” star inspired debate about race, size and whether actresses should be taking freebies.
Day Out: Sister Act: Shopping With A-Wa
The Israeli trio with an Arabic hit song brings its eclectic and electrifying tastes to Manhattan.
Modern Love: What Is a Man For?
After a twice-married woman realizes she doesn’t need a man to provide, protect or procreate, she finds herself seriously questioning their purpose.
Vows: He Said No. Then She Did. But Proposal No. 3 Was the Charm
It was a long journey to yes after many years of fits and starts.
‘Child, I Trust You’: On Deadline With Bill Cunningham
Week after week, two young staff members would hunker down with Bill Cunningham to help produce the work readers loved.
Vetements Brings Its Brand of Disruption to Couture
Fashion’s ultimate outsider brand is about to become the ultimate insider. And Manolo Blahnik, Juicy Couture and Levi’s are helping.
Social Q’s: When Pals Bash Their Spouses, Should You Speak Up?
Also, what to do when you are cooking for an empty kitchen, dealing with an unanswered condolence letter and how to give a very belated wedding gift.
Field Notes: A Fairy-Tale Wedding, Castle Included
Cost no object? A “Downton Abbey” wedding can be yours. But not all castles charge a king’s ransom.
Fashion Diary: Ricky Martin Calls Balmain the Future of Fashion
The singer says his twin 7-year-olds are part of the generation pushing for such style and creativity.
Scouting Report: Red, White and New: Get Your Shop On for the Fourth of July
#FendiRoadTrip arrives in Montauk, Ralph Lauren opens a fragrance salon, the Met Store has an accessory sale, and more.
Up Next: Homepolish: Hire Interior Design Help by the Hour
Homepolish is a custom design service started by Noa Santos, who wanted to make interior design expertise more available and cost-effective.
Thom Browne: Spring 2017
Mr. Browne’s spring 2017 men’s collection.
Modern Love: The Modern Love Podcast: Lance Reddick of ‘The Wire’ Reads ‘In the Waiting Room of Estranged Spouses’
The actor reads the story of a former soldier who finds hope in a chance meeting with a mother and her young son.
Skin Deep: What’s All the Fuss About Pollution-Fighting Skin Care?
Here, doctors outline a savvy defense against environmental attacks.
Books of Style: If These Dresses Could Talk
Imaginary conversations with designers from Dior to Poiret make for ideal couture reading.
Bill Cunningham, Tributes Now and to Come
He loved a parade, and now the parade comes to him.
Watch Report: Three Elegant Chronograph Watches That Clock Distance and Speed
They merge a sporty tachymeter with a dressy profile.
For Sara and Erin Foster, the Worst Is Yet to Come on VH1
“Barely Famous,” the sisters’ mock reality show, which lampoons “real” reality shows and Hollywood narcissism, returns for its second season.
In Paris, Modeling Takes a Back Seat to Soccer
‘I don’t care about castings and fittings,’ one model says. ‘I came here to watch matches.’
Unbuttoned: The Rise of Fashion DIY 2.0
We are entering an era of ultrapersonalized fashion. Not do-it-yourself, but design-it-yourself.
For Some at Wimbledon, Nike’s Dress Just Doesn’t Do It
Nike issued a loosely hanging, short dress for Wimbledon. But it was not exactly performance gear, several players said, and wardrobe changes have ensued.
Meet YesJulz, Snapchat Royalty
How Julieanna Goddard, 26, a party promoter from Miami, became a Snapchat celebrity.
Critic’s Notebook: Dreaming of Bill Cunningham at the Men’s Wear Shows in Paris
The great chronicler of fashion knew that beauty has nothing to do with posturing. So did a few of the designers who showed their wares last week.
Street Style: Paris
The last of the men’s fashion shows in Europe ended in Paris, bringing out the street style crowds.
The Gang That Brought High Fashion to Hip-Hop
How the Lo Lifes, a crew of Brooklyn shoplifters, set hip-hop’s high-fashion obsession in motion.
On the Runway: Despite ‘Brexit’ Uncertainty, Anya Hindmarch Is Adding Men’s Wear
The designer’s new bags and small leather pieces will have her signature subversive embellishments, like googly eyes and smiley faces.
On the Verge: Brand to Know: Subversive, Super-Comfortable Lingerie
Marieyat, a year-old London-based underwear brand, finds freedom in flaws.
Capturing the Eye-Catching Everyday
Bill Cunningham focused his camera on what people wore to telegraph their place in the world. Here are some of his best photographs of street style in New York.
On the Street, In the Archives
The intrepid “On the Street” fashion photographer Bill Cunningham wears more than one hat.
Fashion Review: In Paris, It’s a Cruel Fashion Summer
A stormy mood hits the men’s wear shows put on by Acne Studios, Lanvin and Sacai.
Lanvin: Spring 2017
The label’s spring men’s looks for 2017.
On the Runway: Bono and Ali Hewson Join a Natural Beauty Juggernaut
Beautycounter, the booming California business, has bought Ms. Hewson’s Nude line from LVMH.
Hermès: Spring 2017
Véronique Nichanian’s spring 2017 collection for men.
Balmain: Spring 2017
Olivier Rousteing’s spring designs for men.
Bill Cunningham Looked for Subjects. And They Looked for Him.
The New York Times asked readers to share their sightings — and photos — of Mr. Cunningham.
Dior Homme: Spring 2017
Kris Van Assche’s spring 2017 looks for men.
On the Runway: Bill Cunningham Looked Past the Runway and Embraced the Street
Bill was among the first to recognize the value of what people wore in their everyday life, and he created an invaluable portrait of popular identity.
Bill Cunningham’s Wide Range of Fashion Photography
With a sharp eye, Mr. Cunningham captured the kooky, the stylish, the adventurous, the cutting edge and everything in between.
Mourning the Death of Bill Cunningham
Luminaries far and wide remembered the legendary photographer on social media.
Bill Cunningham, Legendary Times Fashion Photographer, Dies at 87
In nearly 40 years working for The New York Times, Mr. Cunningham operated both as a chronicler of fashion and as an unlikely cultural anthropologist.
Junya Watanabe: Spring 2017
Junya Watanabe’s spring 2017 men’s designs.
Kenzo: Spring 2017
The label’s spring 2017 men’s collections.
In the Life of Bill Cunningham
Mr. Cunningham preferred to be spectator, not spectacle, but he got his fair share of attention.
Bill Cunningham on Bill Cunningham
The photographer on what he did, why he did it, and how it all began.
What It Was Like to Be Photographed by Bill Cunningham
Anna Wintour, Isabella Blow, John Fairchild and more on how they met Mr. Cunningham and what it meant to be photographed by him.
Dries Van Noten: Spring 2017
Spring men’s looks from the Belgian fashion designer.
Sacai: Spring 2017
The label’s spring 2017 designs.
News Analysis: Don‘t Ban Photos of Skinny Models
Prohibiting ads because of body types reinforces stereotypes instead of changing them.
Givenchy: Spring 2017
Riccardo Tisci’s spring 2017 men’s looks.
Fear of Zika Virus Is Putting a Damper on Destination Weddings
Couples having destination weddings are running up against an unseen obstacle: fear sparked by the presence of Zika carrying mosquitoes.
Comme des Garçons Plus
The label’s spring collection.
Circa Now: Dawn of the Virtual Assistant
One man’s experience with “Amy,” a computerized girl Friday.
A Literary Bromance, Now in Its Sixth Decade
At 97, Lawrence Ferlinghetti is finally finishing a book about his life, to the great delight of his longtime agent, Sterling Lord, 95.
Rick Owens: Spring 2017
Mr. Owens’s spring 2017 designs.
Maison Margiela: Spring 2017
Maison Margiela’s spring 2017 men’s designs.
Hood by Air: Spring 2017
Shayne Oliver’s spring 2017 men’s designs.
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