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Cathy Horyn

  1. nyfw spring 2021
    Khaite Confronts the Shifting Moods of the TimeThe overall impression was quite sober.
  2. nyfw spring 2021
    Tom Ford Gets VulnerableThe master showman offers a peek behind the curtain.
  3. nyfw spring 2021
    Monse Is Sharply FocusedDuring a Fashion Week unlike any other, the brand unveiled a smart collection.
  4. the lost season
    Miuccia Prada Is Too Wise for Post-Pandemic Predictions“Designers cannot change the economic system.”
  5. the lost season
    Stella McCartney Might Not Recognize You Anymore“The question more than ever is ‘What is luxury?’ It’s certainly not a bloody crocodile handbag, I can tell you that much.”
  6. the lost season
    Reed Krakoff Is Looking for a New Design Language“Your guess is as good as mine what the new normal will be.”
  7. the lost season
    Nicolas Ghesquière Just Wanted to Stay in California“If surprises don’t exist, then I’m quitting. I’m looking for another job.”
  8. the lost season
    Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski Is Ready for the Nurses to Take Over Instagram“I don’t think it’s about going back. It’s about how we can evolve.”
  9. the lost season
    Clare Waight Keller Knows That Time Is the Greatest Luxury“There’s this ethos in fashion of constant creative output. But I’m not sure it’s always conducive to thinking deeply.”
  10. the lost season
    Alessandro Michele Owns 35 Editions of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland“I’m not really sure of what is real and what isn’t real. It depends on your perspective.”
  11. the lost season
    Rei Kawakubo Didn’t Stop Working for a Minute“To create means to keep looking for something new all the time, no matter where you are, no matter what kind of situation you are in.”
  12. the lost season
    Kerby Jean-Raymond Is Not Interested in the Scraps“Being able to have the resources to create our own systems. That’s what the end goal looks like to me.”
  13. the lost season
    Raf Simons Hasn’t Worn a Piece of Fashion in Months“The nature of a revolution in fashion is that it comes from someone we don’t know.”
  14. the lost season
    Rick Owens Knows He Shouldn’t Say This, But …“We are the generation that somebody needs to reject. That’s just who we are. We’ve established ourselves. And somebody needs to violently reject us.”
  15. the lost season
    Demna Gvasalia Discusses Fashion With His Shrink Every Week“I got rid of fears. Creatively, it really helped me—I stopped being scared of what people will think. I became more true to myself.”
  16. the lost season
    Marc Jacobs Is Putting On His Heels and Going for a Walk in the Real World“I feel like I still have stories to tell—I don’t know what they’d be right now.”
  17. the lost season
    The Lost SeasonFashion’s leading designers are reconsidering the pace of consumerism and their own relationships with creativity. What do they have to show for it?
  18. pfw fall 2020
    What If We Were Being Judged by the Past?A ghostly historical choir looked on at the Louis Vuitton show.
  19. pfw fall 2020
    Designing WomenVirginie Viard ushers in the post-Lagerfeld era at Chanel.
  20. pfw fall 2020
    Kanye’s Paris Show Was ‘for the Workers’Talking to the designer on the eve of his surprise show.
  21. pfw fall 2020
    Priests, Nuns, and Rising WatersGrand illusion at Balenciaga.
  22. nyfw fall 2020
    The Case Against BougieLooking beyond Paris fashion’s obsession with the women of the upper middle class.
  23. paris fashion week
    Does Fashion Need to Be Extreme?Loewe goes big, while Celine goes sexy.
  24. pfw fall 2020
    Confidence and Coronavirus at Paris Fashion WeekEveryone’s afraid to air-kiss, but the clothes look great.
  25. pfw fall 2020
    Maison Margiela’s Thrift-Store SubversionAnd Dries Van Noten’s nightclub fantasy.
  26. pfw fall 2020
    Dior Looks Backward and Finds FeminismPlus: Marine Serre, fashion archivist.
  27. nyfw fall 2020
    Alive and Kicking at Marc JacobsThe designer staged a dance-based show that evoked the past but felt entirely modern.
  28. nyfw fall 2020
    A Masked Man Takes Over Michael KorsA show that felt conservative and subversive all at once.
  29. nyfw fall 2020
    Finally, Some Real FashionThe Row, Proenza, and Oscar de la Renta offered the most focused shows of the week.
  30. nyfw fall 2020
    Where Are the Designers Who Truly Get Modern Women?Neither the red carpet nor Fashion Week feel truly contemporary.
  31. nyfw fall 2020
    Sex, Clothes, and Savoir FaireR13 and Christopher John Rogers are doing it right.
  32. nyfw fall 2020
    Tom Ford Is Taking More Risks Than EverPlus Cinq à Sept’s historical references, Monse’s punk experimentation, and the usual at Rag & Bone.
  33. nyfw fall 2020
    Big Bites at Rachel ComeyThe designer showcased her fall collection with a literary salon over dinner.
  34. martin margiela
    Margiela Finally Comes Out of HidingThe designer allows his voice — but not his face — to be used in a new documentary.
  35. pfw spring 2020
    Chanel’s Reality, Louis Vuitton’s FantasyHow grounded should fashion be?
  36. pfw spring 2020
    Clothes You Can Hold OntoFrom Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen, collections with an emphasis on lasting value.
  37. pfw spring 2020
    Balenciaga’s Great JokeThe latest, polarizing collection was hopeful in its own funny way.
  38. pfw spring 2020
    Legacy and Leather at Comme des Garçons, Hermès, GivenchyPlus Thom Browne, Altuzarra, and Valentino.
  39. pfw spring 2020
    Celine Goes CountryAnd Rick Owens considers his Mexican heritage.
  40. pfw spring 2020
    Fashion Plays NiceDries Van Noten and Christian Lacroix form a partnership for the ages.
  41. pfw spring 2020
    Margiela’s Ode to OptimismPlus, Patou returns after three decades.
  42. pfw spring 2020
    Seeing the Forest for the TreesAt Dior, Marine Serre, and Telfar, the overall message was bigger than the details.
  43. nyfw spring 2020
    Marc Jacobs’s American PanoramaThe designer’s joyous show expressed not only how to dress in 2020 but also how to be.
  44. nyfw spring 2020
    In Fashion, You Can’t Tread WaterEvolution at Eckhaus Latta, Oscar de la Renta, and Proenza Schouler.
  45. nyfw spring 2020
    Tom Ford Takes the SubwayPlus minimalism at The Row and Zero + Maria Cornejo, and sublime silliness at Vaquera.
  46. nyfw spring 2020
    Kerby Jean-Raymond Flouts Convention at Pyer MossThe talent and ideas on his engaging runway deserve a wider presence in the world.
  47. nyfw spring 2020
    Ralph Lauren and His ClubIt takes scale and drama to make something feel truly exclusive these days.
  48. nyfw spring 2020
    Is Fashion Entering a New Aristocratic Age?Rarefied fantasies for the very few.
  49. book excerpt
    All About BillRead Cathy Horyn’s introduction to Bill Cunningham: On the Street.
  50. pfw fall 2019
    Can a Great Designer Still Start From a Small Apartment in Paris?Alexandre Blanc may prove that he can.
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