From Ariana Grande to Meryl Streep, these are the celebs who are written in the stars.
Behind the legendary punk image of the Sex Pistols was the design vision of Vivienne Westwood.
On Cher’s 76th birthday, take a walk down memory lane to the start of young Cher’s liberating living cultural legacy.
After seeing the jewelry world change over the last three decades, Victoria Reynolds describes her intangible connection with Tiffany & Co.
The iconic photographer is survived by his wife Mia, their three children, and dog Puffy.
Fashion genius Lee Alexander McQueen was known for his theatrical runway presentations and edgy political collections. On his birthday, L'OFFICIEL rounds up the most memorable runway shows that made fashion history.
From Ancient Greek devices to Kim Kardashian's Skims, shapewear has been helping us achieve smooth, cinched figures for thousands of years.
Take a closer look at how Helmut Lang rose from an unknown Austrian designer to a driving force in the fashion industry.
From Ann Lowe to Telfar Clemens, L'OFFICIEL pays tribute to the Black designers who have changed fashion history and paved the way for other creatives of color through their innovative designs.
Today, Schiaparelli is a brand known to distort the shape and reimagine the form of the wearer. This legacy of whimsical, otherworldly fashion started with founder Elsa Schiaparelli’s surrealist vision.
This Black History Month, L'OFFICIEL remembers the late André Leon Talley, a revered figure in the fashion industry for his historic triumphs and dedication to inclusivity in the editorial space.
The former magazine editor and friend to some of fashion's biggest names passed away in a hospital in White Plains, New York.
Get transported back to the era of Galliano with Dior's newest coffee table book.
From the Adidas Superstar to the Clark Wallabee, we're taking a look at hip hop's most notable footwear.
Designed to instill social order, this timeless style continues to reign over mainstream fashion and pop culture today.
Considered one of the biggest faces in fashion through the late '60s and '70, look back at some of the "dancing queen's" best runway moments of all time.
The New York Public Library is a place to enrich the mind, so naturally fashion designers have flocked to the 126 year old institution to exhibit their collections.
Some of history's most renowned fashion designers never went to design school.
From folkloric fashion to today's runways, take a look at how clogs have evolved from their 13th century origins.