Articles by Emily Spivack
What's behind the holiday tradition of hanging hosiery on the fireplace?
Holiday cheer with a touch of nostalgia celebrates garish knitwear from the 1940s to '80s
Three good reads to accessorize your daily routine
Are the days of wearing just a tuxedo t-shirt just over the horizon?
Meaningful purchases trump frenetic shopping and closets bulging with new clothes
Seeking comfort, holiday diners will don elastic to indulge their expanding waistlines. They should thank Thomas Hancock and his "masticator"
With their origins at a London bespoke tailor, the suits of 007 are sharp—almost as sharp as a dagger shoe
The stylish spy wore a Rolex and sunglasses that you can't buy on Black Friday on any other day
The museum's clothing and textiles are unwrapped for view as never before
Forget buttons and T-shirts. Check out these mini dresses, bell bottoms and digital watches from old campaign trails
When their faces are obscured, these children transform into frightening little creatures
Sexy or scary, the outfit has cast a spell on costume wearers going back many years
How much drama is too much? These two famous women, who wielded power over how we dress, could have debated the subject
With their divided toes and extreme length, these red knit wonders from an excavated Egyptian site have an otherworldly quality
Before the Age of Aquarius, there was the age of administrators and their button-down rules about students' wardrobes
Wearing rolled stocking back then must have been akin to the liberating, punk rock feeling of wearing ripped fishnets today
Meet Sadie Mintz, a jewelry maker who saw her handiwork on the cover of LIFE magazine
The real stories behind some fashion fads and classics hold some surprising twists
Antonio Lopez's electrifying art defined the style of the times, 1960s-'80s. Now, a gallery show and book call renewed attention to his accomplishments
The avant-garde Japanese artist attains retrospective status—and embarks on a fashion collaboration with Louis Vuitton