Icons Of Style: A Century Of Fashion Photography @ The Getty Center

This exhibition surveys the rich and varied history of modern fashion photography, exploring the ways in which photographers whose careers have been closely associated with the industry have shaped evolving notions of style and beauty. Drawn from the Getty Museum's permanent collection and supplemented by loans from private and public sources, Icons of Style features more than one hundred-sixty photographs presented alongside a selection of costumes, illustrations, magazine covers, videos, and advertisements. On view at Getty Center through October 21. Photographs by Oliver Kupper

Private Policy: Read Our Interview With the Duo Behind The NYC Indie Fashion Label Everyone's Talking About

Private Policy is the gender-neutral fashion label by two Chinese-born fresh-faced recent Parsons grads Haoran Li and Siying Qu. Only two collections in, the two designers have created a smart albeit colorful range of menswear fitted products that can also sensibly be worn by women. The clothes seem to reference V Files-approved street wear, colorful and a bit off, with a focus on high fashion tailoring and embellishment: a simple fitted turtleneck comes exaggerated by orange bondage belting, a velvet bomber jacket is equipped by fluffy tassels, gigantic fur-laden scarves adorn the shoulders of brown down jackets. Click here to read more. 

A Trip Through Bamako, The Capital Of Mali, On The Way To Malick Sidibé's Studio by Zainab Sumu

This week marks the release of designer Zainab Sumu's t-shirt collaboration with famed and legendary Malian photographer Malick Sidibé'. You can read more about the collection and read and interview with Sidibé here. Sumu, a Boston-based designer who started her label Primitive Modern in the fall of 2015, is heavily inspired by the sights, sounds, colors and patterns of Mali. Here she shares images with Autre her journey through Bamako, the capital of Mali, on the way to Malick Sidibé's studio. Click here to purchase t-shirts from the Malick SidibéXZainab Sumu collection. photographs by Zainab Sumu

Check Out All Our Coverage of New York Fashion Week Mens

Our fashion editor Adam Lehrer has been hard at work covering all things New York Fashion Week Mens. You can check out all presentations from designers like Robert James and David Hart, and much more, here. You can also read Adam Lehrer's review of the best of the best from day one of Fashion Week, here

Exclusive Preview of Amélie Pichard and Pamela Anderson's Vegan Footwear Collaboration For Opening Ceremony

Amélie Pichard has teamed up with actress and animal rights activist Pamela Anderson for an exclusive footwear collection for Opening Ceremony. The collection is made out of completely vegan materials. The collection, which harken a 90s vision of 1970s fashion, will be available to purchase in January. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to PETA. photographs by Oliver Maxwell Kupper

Opening Tonight In New York: Patricia Field Brings Her Sartorial Genius to A Dover Street Market Holiday Gift Shop

Patricia Field is best known to a certain generation of women as the coveted costume designer behind the looks of Carrie Bradshaw, but she means infinitely more to the convergence of fashion with downtown New York’s art world. Since the 1980s when she held exhibitions for the budding artists Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat at her East Village boutique, Field has been a champion of both New York grown artists and fashion designers. She has truly one of the most unique eyes in the world. “I look for the same thing in art that I look for in fashion,” says Field. “It’s chemical. I see it, I like it, and I go for it.” Click here to read more. 

Johnson Hartig, Designer of the Cult Label Libertine, Celebrates The Release of His First Monograph at Maxfield Los Angeles

Libertine is an invitation into Johnson Hartig’s world, as the designer shares images of his eccentric and whimsical fashion designs, inspirational references, and his captivatingly eclectic interiors. Johnson Hartig is the founder and designer for the innovative fashion brand Libertine, which is renowned for breathing electric life back into vintage couture pieces by cutting them up and adding ornate crystal embellishments, rich silk-screened graphics, and embroideries to create gorgeous one-of-a-kind garments. With an uncanny ability to combine unexpected colors, patterns, and textures, Hartig has created a style that is youthful and edgy yet undeniably glamorous and sophisticated. A hopeless traditionalist yet a rule breaker, Hartig’s personal style was initially what inspired the brand, and this eclectic philosophy permeates all parts of his life. Early champions include Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, and Damien Hirst.You can purchase the book here