Scandinavian galoshes that fit over your regular shoes are being hailed as the Croc alternative.
Dressing in drab prisoners' garb (inspired by and produced by) is your ticket into Berlin's fashionable in-crowd.
Created by bodybuilders in the '80s and having reached a sales peak of $30 million, the stretchy, zebra-print pants are groomed for a comeback.
The male model of today is "an urchin, a wraith or an underfed runt."
Who says skirts on men can't be practical?
The most fashionable, sexy cult leaders are all wearing black turtlenecks this season.
The recent Dress Up Against AIDS fashion show featured couture condom creations from over 30 designers.
The Japanese "injured doll" fashion fetish.
Ashley Olsen, Kate Bosworth, and Lindsay Lohan are all dressing like lumberjacks this fall.
We wonder aloud, will the Chanel ankle wallet translate into an everyday fashion accessory?
Kids make the best mullet models.
The latest in luxury pet products and fashion will be showcased this weekend at NYC's Pet Fashion Week.
In London, women are wearing shoes so tall and high-waisted jeans so tight, they can barely walk.
New York Times profiles a business venture involving novelty briefs.
Models for Christ brings good-looking believers together to talk about the perils of the industry.
When will the jumpsuit stop being funny and start being fashionable?