A new museum show charts the heights of chic—from 17th-century courtesan pumps to Lady Gaga’s eight-inch platforms.
The mule has clicked and clomped its way
through sartorial history.
Caroline Weber ponders
the latest revival of the strangest of shoes.
Infidelity is as old as marriage itself, but in comparing
mistresses with those of eras past, Caroline Weber wonders: How far can
a fallen woman fall?
Having experienced firsthand the unintended consequences of a latex
dress, Caroline Weber cautions: Fall’s fetishistic look can be about a
lot more than just style.
Designer and Nordic superstud Peter Dundas has transformed Pucci into a
favorite with his va-va-voom frocks. Caroline Weber falls in
Thanks to a new book on minimalism, Caroline Weber discovers that
simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
As designers embrace a fuller figure, Caroline Weber learns—at last—to
love her own.