When it comes to black tie events to weddings, the evening pant lets you look chic while keeping your freedom.
In today’s gala scene, the specified black tie dress code might as well be a mere suggestion.
In Danny Boyle’s Yesterday, actor Himesh Patel resides in a Beatles-less alternate universe.
When expatriate Alexandra Marshall moved in with her boyfriend, she faced a cross-cultural dilemma. Could she be a good stepmother to a pair of French kids?
This summer, vacation-ready jewelry trends include shells, beads, fruit, baroque pearls, and friendship bracelets.
Gabriela Hearst is collaborating with graphic designer Peter Miles on a new offering of menswear that uses many of the fabrics found in her women’s collections.
Former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams made a video for NowThis describing her own views on abortion and condemning Alabama and Georgia's abortion bans.
Always looking the part of a movie star, tonight the Indian actress made her first-ever appearance at the Cannes Film Festival with a retro beauty look.
Everywhere you turned, there was something new, old, borrowed, or blue to behold.
Princess Martha Louise of Norway, the daughter of King Harald V and Queen Sonja, announced she is in a relationship with Shaman Durek.
Lil Uzi Vert’s new Prada bag is a cross between a harness, a backpack, and a vest.
James Charles and Tati Westbrook: celebrity feuds on social media are fun, but are they doing harm?
The Brooklyn Expo Center was looking anything but conventional on Wednesday night.
With 11 days of parties, premieres, and photo calls, fashion takes center stage at the world’s biggest film festival.
Because before there was Beyoncé, Britney, or even Paula Abdul, there was Janet (Ms. Jackson if you’re nasty).
LoveShackFancy founder Rebecca Hessel Cohen threw a romantic celebration with guests including Amy Astley, Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece, and Hilary Rhoda.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son, does not have a royal title—although he may have one in the future.
Forget the transformational chop. This season’s hair arrives with two words of advice: Go long.
Laurie Metcalf talks to Vogue about playing Hillary Clinton, being up for a Tony, and “likability” in politics.