In the latest Art of Style, illustrator Kit Mills shows New Yorkers how to accessorize for the unseasonably warm December this year.
When someone's book matches the colors of their shoes, our Art of Style illustrator Kit Mills can't help but not be curious about the title of the book.
Our Art of Style columnist Kit Mills explores the world of the man bun in NYC (even the double bun) as she observes on a denizen of the streets of Chelsea.
The Roaring Twenties equivalent of an outfit to run errands in and then keep wearing when you go home to cook dinner and watch Netflix.
From this stylish denizen spotted on the streets of NYC, Kit Mills digs into the iconography of arrows from a religious saint to hipster aesthetic.
As a person grows older, certain things about their appearance become more prominent. For this gentleman reading the newspaper, it is his eyebrows.
In the latest Art of Style street style column by Kit Mills, the illustrator shows how to wear colorful cutoffs with stylish shoes in NYC.
Beige gets a bad rap, as far as colors go Same goes for wearing supposedly “neutral” colors unless you're this guy from NYC.
We live in the golden age of patterned fabrics. The polka-dotted blazer is eye-catching enough but pairing it with a pink shirt and a greeny-tan pair of trouser
Independence Day has come and gone, but the color scheme remains in popular fashion. You can’t forever assign meanings to