Federalist writers weigh in on this new development in men’s fashion.
Remember looking back at middle school pictures from your parents’ era and cackling over how ridiculous they looked? Those fashions and worse are back to torment us.
On this episode of Federalist Radio, Bre Payton and Inez Stepman talk fashion, feminism, Vogue, and how to find your own style.
Sophia Marlowe’s passion for building her business and brand are when the Netflix show is at its best and, despite contrary reviews, the most feminist.
Millions of American women now view tissue-thin, garishly patterned leggings as pants. They’re not pants. They hardly cover anything but the color of your skin.
Being a conservative woman online means having to overlook a lot of liberal dreck on fashion and beauty sites, and I was, frankly, sick of it.
In a since-deleted tweet, Alicia Keys seemed to be praising the sex-appeal of a niqab—a head covering worn by Muslim women for modesty purposes. A Muslim woman explains why that’s problematic.
In giving a stranger the power to pick out your clothing and create your style, are you not giving away the keys to your identity? For me, the answer is yes.
No, statement pieces aren’t just crazily patterned socks. Although those are a fun way to introduce personality, they are merely the tip of the iceberg.
Victoria’s Secret is no longer selling swimsuits. At this rate, the store should just be a modeling agency.
Latest in the series of feelings versus reality matchups is the idea that the way you present yourself ought to have nothing to do with the way your ideas are perceived.
Tepid denunciations of sexist attacks on Kellyanne Conway, and justifications of a more tepid form of sexism, are an example of how the target is in constant motion for being a ‘good’ feminist.
Understated, classic fashion will likely continue to be a theme for Melania, who was the only first lady to be a fashion icon before she became first lady.
The Oscars are not just a time for rich Hollywood folks to call themselves migrant workers to shame Donald Trump, they’re also a time to enjoy the clothing.
Is it too early for hope and change? Because I’m old, cold and slightly flabby. I want my sleeves back.
Author and expert on men’s style, Richard Torregrossa, joins Federalist Radio to share of the most common mistakes men make in dressing themselves.
Donald Trump and Barack Obama both have an unerring personal style that enhances who they are as men as well as politicians.
If the fashion industry is in a ‘Wuthering Heights’ mood this New York Fashion Week, perhaps it’s because they see themselves as the heart of the #resistance to the new administration.
How a spunky, young Mary Tyler Moore bucked TV tradition and made pants and flats a chic trend.
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