How cottagecore became this season’s most idyllic trend
Before the pastoral aesthetic went viral on TikTok, it was seen on the spring/summer 20 runways of Dior, Jacquemus and Louis Vuitton.
See New York Fashion Week in a whole new light
Brigitte Crisp's vibrant collages are inspired by rich textures in Eckhaus Latta, Christopher John Rogers and Collina Strada's AW20 collections.
4 sustainable designers share tips for having an eco-friendly holiday
Collina Strada, Bode, Phoebe English, and Ottolinger on how to go green during the most wasteful time of year.
collina strada’s eco-conscious farmer’s market spectacle
Designer Hillary Taymour shut down the block in what might be her most impressive show yet.
introducing collina strada’s low carbon diet
The designer had sustainability in mind in a collection that combined tie dye and tupperware.
sasha frolova's solo honeymoon in vegas is extreme self-love
A glittery Sin City escapade in the name of empowerment.
at collina strada fall/winter 18, an artist gets married — to her higher self
Officiated by mindfulness meme queen Bunny Michael.
collina strada's spring/summer 18 collection examined social media anxiety
Designer Hillary Taymour scrolled through trends from sporty 70s knits to early-aughts blinged-out baby tees.
collina strada fall/winter 17 has everything you need for your mission to mars
At her New York Fashion Week presentation, Hillary Taymour tells us what she’s packing for interstellar travel, and why she wants to marry Elon Musk.
collina strada’s spring/summer 17 presentation was a win for model diversity
For her fifth New York Fashion Week outing, designer Hillary Taymour enlisted all models of color to present a collection inspired by moms and bike messengers.
collina strada envisions a genderless future for fall/winter 16
Hillary Taymour presented her latest womenswear collection on a gender-nonspecific cast of models. But it feels like fashion catching up to her rather than the other way around.
collina strada redesigns the everyday for spring/summer 16
Modernist furniture, natural fabrics and massive pink Mars rocks: welcome to Hillary Taymour’s (other) world.