Cosmopolitan scarves from New Zealand photographer and designer Lillie Toogood.
Fashion icons like Grace Coddington, Alber Elbaz, and Carine Roitfeld come to life as a series of playful hand-stitched dolls by Polish photographer and art historian Marta Hryniak.
The flouncy bustle dresses of the 1870s begged to be depicted by the Impressionists.
A much-anticipated collaboration between French luxury goods maker Hermès and cult Japanese fashion house Comme Des Garçons.
Just about as self-referential as you can get.
Costume designer Caroline Duncan gives us her take on this year’s on-screen ensembles.
From the design hub Maison 203 comes an exclusive collection of 3D printed jewelry.
Large-scale, Lichtenstein-esque glass panels etched from photographs of models, rappers, and one very fashionable nun.
Pari Dukovic’s photography regularly appears in magazines like New York, Esquire, Time, and The New Yorker, but his aesthetic is far from glossy.
Brooklyn-based painter Patrick Armstrong takes a turn at designing one-of-a-kind skate gear.
The Neue Galerie unveils a pair of sunglasses modeled after the iconic frames of the revolutionary Austrian psychologist and author Dr. Sigmund Freud.
Like the Winged Victory, only more glamorous (and more orange).