You wouldn't guess, based on the skinny jeans and cardigans, that Brendan's Irish heritage was so strong that . . .

I'm a secret admirer of the classics, and wish I could look as striking as Wandie does in . . .

I think we scouted Sarah ten different times. She stands out form the vanilla crowd with her choppy . . .

I'm a sucker for the "alternative" loafer, and zeroed in on Cindy's sheepskin-detailed specimens like a hawk. Though . . .

"I don't have friends in school, basically," Lucia says. It's not a big surprise when you see how . . .

The multi-leveled nuances of texture and colors in Christian's style reflects that of the Cubist-inspired artist she most . . .

Like a fit Buddha radiating benevolent energy with hand-made suits in every color of raw silk, Andrew is . . .

The shape and dynamism of an ocean wave fascinates Rogan as much as the spherical sculptures of Brancusi, . . .

When working at the New Yorker in its heyday, Christene remembers when Tina Brown complimented the horned-rim Giorgio . . .

"Even if you are dead against fashion, that is anti-fashion. That's still a statement," Yara says. She describes . . .

When we asked what Glenn's least favorite thing about fashion and style was, his response was characteristically direct: . . .

At a very young age, Tat was not going to accept the world telling her who she should . . .