A revolution in full-figured fashion.
Dov Charney’s struggle to keep control of American Apparel.
The writer on his father's religious devotion to personal style. Among the maxims: "the turtleneck is the most flattering thing a man can wear"; "there is nothing like a fresh burn"; and "always wear white to the face."
A profile of photographer Richard Avedon from early in his career.
A profile of Kermit Oliver, a reclusive, critically acclaimed artist who designs scarves for Hermès and works nights at the Waco post office.
Fame, fashion, and a trip to the zoo.
A profile of fashion designer Nudie Cohn, who made clothing for Elvis, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, and others.
On fashion, gender, a finding oneself in a pair of drop-crotch pants.
A former colleague visits the ‘Fire Fiend’ in prison.