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    George H.W. Bush, the Original Sock Diplomat

    As funerals took place around the country for the former president, those who could not attend paid homage with creative hosiery.

    By Vanessa Friedman

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      On the Runway

      Chanel Has Its Own Met Gala, in a Way

      The French brand took over the Temple of Dendur for its Métiers d’Art presentation, and everyone walked like an Egyptian.

      By Vanessa Friedman

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      Unbuttoned

      The Power of the Yellow Vest

      The high-visibility garment that has become synonymous with the French protests is an ingenious modern uniform of rebellion.

      By Vanessa Friedman

  1. On the Runway

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    The Versace Safety-Pin Dress Is Back

    And other trips down memory lane at Donatella Versace’s pre-fall collection extravaganza in New York.

    By Vanessa Friedman

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    Ray Kelvin, Ted Baker C.E.O., Is Accused of Harassment

    A petition started by employees of the European fashion retailer cites multiple episodes of inappropriate behavior by Mr. Kelvin, as well as a workplace culture that “leaves harassment unchallenged.”

    By Elizabeth Paton

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    The Return of Bleecker Street

    A once-luxe stretch of the West Village that, until recently, was pocked with empty storefronts, is starting to return to its old glory.

    By Karin Nelson

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    Alexander Wang: Don’t Fence Him In

    In his latest show, the designer made a hash of the seasons and conventional notions of refinement and taste.

    By Ruth La Ferla

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    Alchemy, Miami Style

    As the art hordes hit South Florida, local fashion gets a new look.

    By Nick Remsen

Unbuttoned

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  1. PhotoCreditCaroline Blumberg/EPA, via Shutterstock

    The Power of the Yellow Vest

    The high-visibility garment that has become synonymous with the French protests is an ingenious modern uniform of rebellion.

    By Vanessa Friedman

  2. PhotoCreditConstantin Joffe/Condé Nast, via Getty Images

    Saying Goodbye to Glamour

    The glossy magazine is pivoting to digital. It should have gone out of print with a bigger bang.

    By Vanessa Friedman

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    Why Voting Is in Fashion

    This election cycle, casting a ballot isn’t just a talking point. It’s a product category.

    By Vanessa Friedman

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    The Season of Peak Sneaker Silliness

    Sneakers increasingly seem like the Dutch tulips of today. Which means the bubble may be about to burst.

    By Vanessa Friedman

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Luxury

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    The Great Promise of China

    Western money has been pouring into the country this fall. But is the lure of its billions of buyers masking what could be trouble ahead?

    By Elizabeth Paton

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    Know Your Chinese Social Media

    From WeChat to Little Red Book, these platforms draw millions of users daily.

    By Yuan Ren

On the Runway

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  1. PhotoCreditLandon Nordeman for The New York Times

    Chanel Has Its Own Met Gala, in a Way

    The French brand took over the Temple of Dendur for its Métiers d’Art presentation, and everyone walked like an Egyptian.

    By Vanessa Friedman

  2. PhotoCreditNina Westervelt for The New York Times

    The Versace Safety-Pin Dress Is Back

    And other trips down memory lane at Donatella Versace’s pre-fall collection extravaganza in New York.

    By Vanessa Friedman

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Browsing

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    4 Holiday Party Looks, 0 Dresses

    Ditch the traditional frock in favor of, say, a high-voltage jumpsuit or a sparkly shorts suit.

    By Natalie Matthews Butcher

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    How to Dress Up to Stay In

    Who says you need to go out to dress up? Here, chic loungewear for the holidays.

    By Hayley Phelan

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    New and Cool in Los Angeles

    A shop like no other, the newest cool-kid label, fashion’s favorite tipple and more.

    By Hayley Phelan

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    6 New York Jewelers to Know

    Think delicate diamond rings, chunky glass necklaces, whimsical painted brooches.

    By Natalie Matthews Butcher

The Look

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    What It Means to Dress in Lagos

    In Nigeria’s largest city, boundary-breaking style pushes up against tradition and social conservatism.

    By Jan Hoek, Stephen Tayo, Ayodeji Rotinwa and Eve Lyons

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    The New Punks of Los Angeles

    In the city’s outlying areas, Latino teenagers are shaping a new music scene.

    By Daniel Jack Lyons, Cenan Pirani and Eve Lyons

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    A Place I Could Call My Own

    On growing up in the Bronx, and never truly leaving it.

    By Andre Wagner, Andrew Boryga and Eve Lyons

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    An ‘Ancestral Memory’ Inscribed in Skin

    In Alaska and other areas of the circumpolar north, women have been working in the last decade to revitalize a tattooing tradition.

    By Ash Adams and Eve Lyons

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    A Simple Life

    Mennonites living in Belize exist apart from the government, with limited technology and surrounded by farmable land.

    By Jake Michaels, Daniel Shank Cruz and Eve Lyons

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Skin Deep

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Runway Fashion Collections

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Craftsmanship

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    Who’s Got the Button? Chanel

    The specialty maker Desrues creates almost all the buttons for the fashion house’s collections.

    By Ginanne Brownell Mitic

  2. PhotoCreditHerman Wouters for The New York Times

    A Dutch Laboratory That Paints in Yarn

    TextielLab is a highly specialized work space focused on innovations in woven and knit fabrics.

    By Diane Daniel

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    Police to Auction Off an Inmate’s Designer Sneakers

    The police in Gloucestershire, England, will use the proceeds from the sale of 55 pairs of shoes to fund crime prevention initiatives.

    By Iliana Magra

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    This Is Ralph Lauren’s Barber

    Want the “gentleman cut”? Clemente Dimonda is your guy.

    By Steven Kurutz

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    When a Boyfriend Joins the Marriage

    They agreed she could have sex on the side as long as he didn’t have to know about it. Then she fell in love.

    By Sherry Richert Belul

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    How Chanel’s Makeup Artist Prepped for the Brand’s New York Show

    Lucia Pica oversees beauty looks for the Métiers d’Art collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

    By Laura Neilson

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    Strutting the Red Carpet and Worrying About Climate Change

    Parties were held for the film “Paris to Pittsburgh,” Marc Jacobs’s grunge collection and “If Beale Street Could Talk.”

    By Ben Widdicombe

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    A Watch Made With the Ocean in Mind

    A Paris-based company uses a solar movement and recycled plastic to make a timepiece with an environmental orientation.

    By Mike Ives

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    Rania Youssef, Egyptian Actress Who Dressed to Impress, Could Be Jailed

    Her lacy, revealing dress at a Cairo film festival spurred three lawyers to sue her for “incitement to debauchery.” A trial is scheduled for January.

    By Declan Walsh

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    Albino Pageant Carries a Serious Message

    A groundbreaking beauty pageant chose the first Mr. and Miss Albinism East Africa in Kenya’s capital. People with the hereditary condition have faced discrimination, violence and even murder.

    By The New York Times

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    The Marvelous Mr. Mackie

    Thanks to a new musical, Cher’s favorite designer may finally get the respect he deserves.

    By Frank DeCaro

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    2018 Holiday Gift Guide: Fashion & Style

    Wondering what to get the most fashionable person on your holiday list? Let editors from The New York Times and Wirecutter help.

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