The New York Times Style Magazine - February 16, 2014 - Women's Fashion
SPRING WOMEN'S FASHION 2014 View All Issues » In the spring 2014 women's fashion issue, T looks at the way women really want to dress. Our cover subject is the cult fashion-designer Phoebe Philo, whose quiet, understated designs for Céline give new meaning to the term "power dressing" - and are coveted by some of the smartest, savviest women out there. In our Sign of the Times essay, Cathy Horyn e...
Series: The Woman Who Knows What Women Want
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Publisher: The New York Times (February 16, 2014)
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amines the divide between what women actually want to wear - beautiful clothes that they feel good in - and the tricked-out, challenging get-ups that come down the runway. We also celebrate three women who insist on doing things their way: the designer Maria Cornejo, whose art-inspired designs stay true to her singular vision; the up-and-coming singer Kelela, who is finding her voice somewhere between electronic music and old-school R&B; and the Fiat heiress Ginevra Elkann, who juggles duties as a film producer, art museum boss and mother while building a legacy - and a home - that goes beyond her famous name. Additional highlights include a behind-the-scenes look at Matthew Barney's epic new art film; a pair of New York icons, Elaine Stritch and Chloë Sevigny, tune in to the latest rap music; and five prominent novelists - Colson Whitehead, Douglas Coupland, Mona Simpson, Joyce Carol Oates and Roddy Doyle - invite us into the spaces where they created their latest works.