The very phrase “golf clothes” used to generate eye rolls in the fashion-forward folk of the world. Dad polo shirts and shorts, and a country club vibe that felt simultaneously exclusionary and otu of date. But there’s a new breed of golfer out there who’s looking for designer men’s golf clothes that are as hip and cool as what they wear on the street (or in the office). Our correspondent Tomas White has curated a list of 5 of the best luxury designer fashion streetwear brands that are defining the new look for men’s golf clothing.
The first Monday in May is the zenith of fashion life in Manhattan. That’s because every year that’s the night of the over-the-top fabulous Met Gala. Coronavirus robbed us of the fun of it for 2020. And in 2021, the event will happen in more subdued fashion this fall. To hold us over until next May, we’re doing a throwback. Our correspondent Meredith Lepore is sharing her edit of the 9 most stunning gowns and best looks from the red carpet at past iterations of the Costume Institute Gala at the Met Museum in New York. Imagine what they’ll do next time!
What is “balletcore,” and how do you style it if you decide to embrace the latest luxury fashion trend? Our correspondent Meredith Lepore has answers on what “balletcore” is and she’s sharing her edit of 5 essential wardrobe pieces for outfits – including skirts, tops and shoes – showing how to wear the new luxury fashion trend of spring 2021.
What will life look like after the coronavirus pandemic is over? Lots of big brains are pondering this pressing matter. In our little corner of the world, we’ve been debating the future of luxury post COVID-19. Specifically, the future of luxury retail shopping (which for some of us at least is a form of sport and entertainment that cannot be beat for sheer fun and stress relief). Our correspondent Jillian Tangen has investigated the state of luxury shopping and retail, and she’s filed this report. Here are 3 of the best innovations that global luxury retailers are employing to lure shoppers back to their brick-and-mortar retail stores post COVID-19.
Let’s face it: the idea of fashion during the coronavirus pandemic has been largely irrelevant – and reasonably dull. Like how many different ways are there to style an old tee and a pair of sweatpants? However, the sharp-eyed observers at New York Magazine have spotlighted a quiet fashion trend on the streets of New York that we might all love for the upcoming summer. It’s called “Zizmorcore,” and it was born in the subway. Curious to hear more? Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has answers on what the 2021 “Zizmorcore” fashion trend is, and 10 easy looks that are the best to buy now – including apparel and accessories – if you choose to embrace it this summer.