Here are 10 fashion designers who have taken over New York City. Some design wedding dresses, while others design ready-to-wear fashion.
Hear from three eclectic fashion figures at the Museum of the City of New York's "Worn in New York" book signing and discussion about what we wear in NYC!
Located in the landmarked American Stock Exchange building, the magical traveling exhibition Volez Voguez Voyagez tells the history of the Louis Vuitton company.
Visitors can watch staff at Museum of the City of New York dressing and photographing mannequins in trendsetting celebrity outfits from the 1940s to the '60s.
A documentary about 1980s NYC-based fashion designer and graffiti artist Stephen Sprouse, whose influence is still felt in art and fashion today.
An evening dress from around 1861 in black moiré silk, black jet and black lace. All images courtesy Metropolitan Museum
An exhibit currently on view at The New-York Historical Society sheds a bit of light on NY Times Fashion photographer Bill Cunningham's love of architecture.
We're sharing the haunts of Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld during the decadent era of Paris in the 1960s and 1970s.
For Superbowl XLVIII Bloomingdale's has collaborated with the NFL and the CFDA to present 48 haute couture football helmets displayed at the 59th Street store.
Just in case you were short on Spandex, in the Garment District in NYC are Spandex House and Spandex World filled with all the Spandex one could desire.