Camouflage and sand tones overtook this spring's looks with a spate of military-minded pieces.
David Armstrong's last editorial for Out: Reflected in iridescent florals and knits, love is alive, well -- and modeled on some of this season’s freshest faces.
Spring designers evoke the retro futurism of classic American diners, mixing pop hues with metallics.
Israel's Design Museum Holon provides a graphic backdrop for fall designers' inclinations for bold colors and architectural silhouettes.
California dreaming and scheming. Youthful beauty has its (dis)advantages.
Fall fashion takes its cues from the street by emulating the gritty, punk aesthetic of British youth culture.
Designers who favored an erotic mood this season harkened back to the masterfully subversive, fetishistic style of photographer Helmut Newton.
Opulent patterns, gilded accents, and vivid colors herald the return of '80s hedonism.
Mexico, Mexico, sun's so hot, we forgot to go home.
The cool fit of denim has gone from being baggy to super skinny to today's retro-'70s vibe of liberated proportion.