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Faith in Fashion, a Conference For Chic and Modest Jewish Women, Convenes in New York

Designers, stylists, and bloggers meet to talk style and spirituality

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Macy’s Taps Former Yeshiva Student for Exclusive New Line

Kobi Halperin got his start doodling while studying Talmud

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Farewell Julius Hertling, the Jew Who Made WASPs Look Like WASPs

The schmatte king behind J. Press fashioned a unique all-American style

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Maya Reik’s Fashion Muse Is Her Bubbe

The 19-year-old Israeli designer behind the Marei 1998 label is proud to get many of her sartorial cues from her grandmother

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The Garment District’s Bustling Past and Uncertain Future

Mayor De Blasio may be killing Manhattan’s storied neighborhood, once dense with high-rise factories, its sidewalks crowded with garmentos and push boys

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When Covering Up Becomes Trendy

I’ve always felt empowered by dressing modestly, a sign of beauty in the Orthodox world. But now that less-revealing fashion is more au courant, it’s complicated.

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My Tel Aviv Fashion Week

The founder of Paper magazine takes a junket to the Holyland, where designers are trying to reconcile the competing demands of play and pray

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Miri Regev’s Attention-Seeking Cannes Dress

Israel’s Culture Minister made a political statement by wearing a dress with the Jerusalem skyline printed on it

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Judith Leiber’s Handbags, From the Holocaust to MAD

The 96-year-old doyenne of the jewel-encrusted clutch gets a glittering new show at New York’s Museum of Art and Design

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‘Visionary’ Pop-up Exhibit in NYC Showcases Art Shoes Inspired by Israel’s Famed Bezalel Academy

The show at Parasol Projects Gallery on the Bowery would make even Cinderella kvell

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Pharrell Sports a Chanel Kippah (or Something Like That)

The world of fashion has the power to unite. Make it so.

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The Chosen Ones: An Interview With Jeffrey Kalinsky

The fashion director and boutique owner talks about his love of vintage tees, the importance of long-term fundraising for charities, and why Rosh Hashanah is his favorite Jewish holiday

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I Got Ripped Off By Drake’s Pop-Up Shop, and I Liked It

What it’s like to overpay for the rapper’s tour merchandise, now available in New York City

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Cutting Against the Bias

Yeshiva boy Daniel Friedman once built buildings. Now he builds suits to fit the changing bodies of transgender New Yorkers.

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Go Ahead, Buy It. Joan Rivers Would Want You To Have It.

Christie’s will auction items from Joan Rivers’s private collection in June

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Fashion, 80 Years in the Making

Hedy Strnad sketched dresses in 1930s Czechoslovakia before she was killed in the Holocaust. Now, her drawings have been made into real dresses on display at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan.

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Rock That Tallit

Fashion icons—from Vogue magazine to A$AP Rocky—are embracing Jewish-related sartorial choices. Other companies are just screwing it up. For better or worse, it’s time to embrace our beautiful religious garments.

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The End of an Era in Hanukkah Sweaters

Competition has forced GeltFiend, a purveyor of high-quality, savvy Hanukkah sweaters and gear, to shut down. It’s a metaphor for American Jewish life.

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Fashion-Forward

Vogue magazine deemed Orthodox Jewish style as fall’s ‘sexiest trend.’ That’s empowering.

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Work in Progress: Tel Aviv’s Fashion Week

A dispatch from the Israeli catwalk, housed in an open-air mall-in-construction

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Fashion Genius

Ralph Lauren may be stepping down as CEO, but his polo shirts showed us how to play the part of a life well-lived, with money well-spent

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Chai Fashion

A Rosh Hashanah greeting from Iran, plus writer and model Julia Frakes and our new favorite Yiddish phrase, courtesy of Wordnik’s Erin McKean

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Remembering Arnold Scaasi, Jewish Designer to the Stars

Known for his tasteful gaudiness—and Barbra Streisand’s memorable 1969 Oscars outfit—the Montreal-born fashion icon believed you never had to tone down to move up

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John Galliano Atones With Rabbi at His Side

The controversial designer spoke at a Jewish educational event in London

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When Art and Fashion Collide

Next year, the Met Gala should try on a new theme: ‘Shmatta: The Lower East Side Remembers’

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The High Fashion of Gottex Swimwear

New exhibit highlights Lea Gottlieb’s designs, unlikely runway to success

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My Favorite Anti-Semite: John Galliano, the Spark of Godliness Within a Flawed Human Being

The disgraced—and atoning—fashion designer is doing some of his best work. What’s a hater to do?

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