Punk and high fashion can now share the same stage, and a new Costume Institute exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Punk: Chaos to Culture," celebrates that influence.Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters) - With their black leather, studded jackets, ripped jeans, bondage trousers and messages of rebellion and anarchy, punks from the 1970s probably never envisioned that a major museum would be celebrating their influence on fashion 40 years later. Full story
“Brights mean business,” says lifestyle expert Megan Meany. Patterns and accessories are also being incorporated in unique ways this season, with a bright color palette carrying over into the home office. TODAY’s Erica Hill interviews Megan Meany.
In her newest installment of Steals and Deals, TODAY contributor Jill Martin shows the products you can get for deeply discounted prices, including a Hayley Starr reversible dress, Travelpro luggage, and leather bracelets.
Tyler Thoreson of GiltMan.com shows off bags that every guy can confidently use to carry their stuff, from a stylish backpack to a classic leather briefcase.
If you didn’t get a ticket to attend the hottest fashion shows in New York City this week, Cindi Leive is here to help, providing a sneak peek at some of the trends that rocked the Fashion Week runways.
Style expert Jamie Krell shows TODAY’s Kathie Lee and Hoda where to find affordable and fashionable coats like a cropped tweed blazer and a cropped leather bomber jacket, each for under $100.
Mary Tyler Moore and Dick Van Dyke, wearing leather and using whips and chains in this photo released in New York Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1995, are shown as they appear in the December issue of Vanity Fair. The photo, shot by Annie Leibovitz, is part of the magazine's "TV Hall of Fame," a 42-page picture p
A couple looks at leather jackets in a shop promoting sales in downtown Rome January 5, 2013. Nationwide sales officially started January 5 in Italy. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
Miguel Caballero, president of Miguel Caballero Company, uses a .38-caliber revolver to demonstrate the bulletproof quality of a leather jacket made at his factory on the outskirts of Bogota January 4, 2013. Caballero's bulletproof vest and clothing company has unveiled a new line in protective clot