wearing his heart on his sleeve I’ve written a lot about my love for all-black outfits that feature some kind
In our weekly 'Art of Style', Kit Mills sketches two mysterious elderly women, sauntering through the East Village wearing matching zig-zags.
Kit Mills spots a woman in a sensational backless dress and big floppy hat in an unexpected place—the West 4th Street subway station.
Kit Mills spots a gold onesie on an otherwise professional-looking woman probably on her way back to the office after a coffee break in NYC. Is this the future of business-casual?
In this week's Art of Style column, Kit Mills illustrates a spring trend with puckish charm: the cuffed pant leg.
Art School Cute Weirdo is a definite “type,” but they come in infinite variations and color varieties. Kit Mills illustrates an example of this curious species.
Kit Mills has a Baudelairian moment, spotting a girl in polka dots passing quickly through a crowd near Gramercy Park.
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.
Fur coats and diamonds are well-established as Rich People Clothes, but what about a fur-trimmed coat with a diamond built right in?
A Hollywood glam fur coat on a man is definitely a statement piece. Kit Mills spotted this guy in Chelsea and drew him for The Art of Style column.