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Cathy Horyn

  1. pfw fall 2019
    Can a Great Designer Still Start From a Small Apartment in Paris?Alexandre Blanc may prove that he can.
  2. pfw fall 2019
    Louis Vuitton Gets in Your FacePlus: Stella McCartney finally makes eco-fashion chic; McQueen goes home to England.
  3. pfw fall 2019
    Chanel in WinterKarl Lagerfeld is gone, and his final Chanel show, set in an alpine village, was an appropriately mindful good-bye.
  4. pfw fall 2019
    Adorer la BourgeoisieClare Waight Keller leads fashion away from streetwear at Givenchy. Plus: Thom Browne, Balenciaga, and Valentino.
  5. nyfw fall 2019
    Power Comes in Many FormsHilfiger, Hermès, Altuzarra, Undercover, Commes, and Balmain found different ways to project feminine strength.
  6. pfw fall 2019
    Hedi Slimane’s Plan for Celine Begins to EmergeThe notoriously rakish designer shows he can do bourgeois, too.
  7. pfw fall 2019
    The Spirit of Lagerfeld at Chloé and Rick OwensPlus: Paco Rabanne, Loewe, and Lemaire.
  8. pfw fall 2019
    Fashion Channels the Clashing Emotions of the MomentRomance and paranoia at Prada, van Noten, and Margiela.
  9. pfw fall 2019
    The Stakes Are Too Low at DiorDespite Maria Grazia Chiuri’s feminist slogans.
  10. pfw fall 2019
    Marine Serre and Simon Porte Jacquemus Are for RealTwo young French talents who could be around for a long time.
  11. the cut on tuesdays
    Hear Cathy Horyn on Seeing Another Side of Karl LagerfeldThis week’s episode of our podcast, The Cut on Tuesdays.
  12. remembering karl
    Karl Lagerfeld Did the WorkThe pop-culture icon worked harder, changed faster, and lasted longer than any other fashion designer.
  13. nyfw fall 2019
    Marc Jacobs Reminds New York What Real Fashion IsThe designer’s muse returns from Europe with another brilliant collection. Plus: Kors goes disco, delightfully.
  14. nyfw fall 2019
    History Lessons at Fashion WeekTop marks for Vaquera; passing grades for de la Renta and Gabriela Hearst.
  15. nyfw fall 2019
    The Olsens Own MinimalismThe Row (and Proenza Schouler) could be less studied and more sensual, though — like Maria Cornejo.
  16. nyfw fall 2019
    The Fashion System Is Dying. But Who Will Replace It?As digital lays waste to the old ways, there’s a lack of direction among New York designers.
  17. nyfw fall 2019
    Eckhaus Latta Are Still OutsidersThey’re sticking to the ambiguous style that helped change fashion.
  18. nyfw fall 2019
    Jeremy Scott Disrupts HimselfThe colorful designer goes black-and-white. Plus: relaxed sophistication at Lam and Comey.
  19. nyfw fall 2019
    Spotted: An Original Idea at Fashion WeekTelfar’s baptism by fashion was a gas, even if the clothes weren’t. Plus: Ralph Lauren’s bistro finesse.
  20. nyfw fall 2019
    Tom Ford Could Dress Congress NowThe famously provocative designer has chilled out.
  21. spring 2019 fashion issue
    Simone Rocha Is the Queen of the New WeirdHer quirky, wearable, ultra-feminine clothes have made her one of the most successful young designers of her generation.
  22. fashion
    Why It Matters That Raf Simons Left Calvin KleinAfter just two years, four collections, and several awards, Calvin Klein and Simons part ways.
  23. pfw spring 2019
    Ghesquière Reverses the FerrariThe Louis Vuitton designer’s sudden move away from structure was more exciting than his talk of female empowerment.
  24. pfw spring 2019
    Fun, Fun, Fun With Karl’s Digital Beach BabesSimple pleasures at Chanel. Plus: McQueen’s ancient history; McCartney’s gift to Zara.
  25. pfw spring 2019
    The New Toughness Is Sure of ItselfMasculine/feminine at Givenchy. Plus: High-tech tailoring at Balenciaga; Thom Browne’s S&M WASPs.
  26. pfw spring 2019
    Rei Kawakubo Finally Gets PersonalThe 75-year-old legend finds another new direction. Plus: Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski comes into her own at Hermès.
  27. pfw spring 2019
    The Silliness and Sexiness of ParisOlivier Rousteing’s Balmain understands it. Plus: Loewe might be getting too relaxed.
  28. pfw spring 2019
    Rick Owens’s Female Vigilantes Are Ready to MarchFashion for dark days. Plus: Accessible sensuality at Chloé.
  29. pfw spring 2019
    Dries Van Noten’s Haute Sportswear Is PerfectThe designer’s gorgeous spring collection balanced grandness and ease. Plus: Marine Serre keeps it up.
  30. pfw spring 2019
    John Galliano and the Burden of AuthorityTo have it, a designer must stand for something.
  31. pfw spring 2019
    Gucci’s Arcades ProjectAlessandro Michele’s oddly timed but moving trip through Paris’s fashion history. Plus: Clever, effortless simplicity at Dior.
  32. lfw spring 2019
    Burberry Gets ProfessionalRiccardo Tisci’s first show for the British mega-brand was sober and adult.
  33. nyfw spring 2019
    Marc Jacobs Keeps the Volume Turned UpThe designer commits to size, and convinces. Plus: Effortlessly modernized de la Renta and muddled Kors.
  34. nyfw spring 2019
    Raf Simons’s Latest Blockbuster FizzlesThis time around at Calvin Klein, the designer’s movie references felt trite.
  35. nyfw spring 2019
    Proenza Schouler Discovers the American TraditionAn overdue move to classic sportswear; minimalist menswear at The Row; a new face at Herrera.
  36. nyfw spring 2019
  37. nyfw spring 2019
    Even Ralph Lauren Heeds the Call of This Political MomentThe superb clothes at the designer’s celebrity-stacked 50th anniversary sent a subtle message about American values.
  38. nyfw spring 2019
    Shock! Sex! Protest! Jeremy Scott Catches the MomentA strong collection reminds us that the designer has had a great, coherent career.
  39. nyfw spring 2019
    Tom Ford Gets Back to RealityThe designer’s show was as glamorous as ever, but this time his fabulous skirts had an uncommon ease, too.
  40. behind the scenes
    Cathy Horyn Travels to Germany to Understand the Unlikely Return of BirkenstocksA fashion fable, in which the cork-and-leather sandals become cool and double sales overnight.
  41. fashion
    A Museum Show Where You Can Wear the Art HomeThe Whitney’s Eckhaus Latta exhibit doubles as a clothing store.
  42. review
    All Aboard the S.S. ChanelYesterday’s cruise extravaganza looked into the past while contemplating the future.
  43. paris fashion week fall 2018
    Sometimes It’s Okay to Cater to the BourgeoisieNicolas Ghesquière makes a case for the strength of uncomplicated femininity in his new Louis Vuitton collection.
  44. paris fashion week fall 2018
    Even Karl Lagerfeld Knows That Times Are ToughHis subdued new Chanel collection seemed to nod to #MeToo and right-wing politics. Plus: Sarah Burton’s unique touch at McQueen.
  45. paris fashion week fall 2018
    How Technology Will Transform TailoringDemna Gvasalia’s 3-D-printing innovation shows the way at Balenciaga. Plus: Gorgeous old-fashioned tailoring at Thom Browne and Givenchy.
  46. paris fashion week fall 2018
    Camp vs. ClassicismRei Kawakubo’s notes on Sontag; Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski finally finds classical balance at Hermès; Altuzarra’s ease.
  47. paris fashion week fall 2018
    The Case for Apolitical FashionLoewe and Undercover make it convincingly.
  48. paris fashion week fall 2018
    The Genius of Martin MargielaA life-affirming museum retrospective reminds us of the mysterious Belgian designer’s huge influence.
  49. paris fashion week fall 2018
    Why Riccardo Tisci Is the Right Man for BurberryPlus: A sublime Margiela retrospective; special subtlety at Chloé and Lemaire.
  50. paris fashion week fall 2018
    Is Dries Van Noten the Last Sophisticated Designer in Paris?When his clothes have this balanced spontaneity, he might be. Plus: Sexy Saint Laurent; secure Margiela; abysmal Lanvin.
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