Paul Poiret

Culture & Arts
Paul Poiret constructed this garment by taking one fifteen-foot-long piece of fabric, twisting it, and connecting it with
Style & Beauty
I spoke to Baker's son about how Josephine became a savior of the House of Dior, who really invented that deliciously scandalous string of bananas, and how she became a "guest editor" at Vogue (without the editors ever knowing it).
Style & Beauty
Fashion often looks to the past for inspiration. This fall, history is in great evidence: surrealist flourishes from the 1940s abound; shoulder pads and neons from 1980s saturate clothing lines at all levels.