Deirdre Clemente In The News

Profile: Deirdre Clemente

July 15, 2021
Americans are returning to work and finding that sensibilities and dress codes have changed. With hybrid dressing, ‘all bets are off.'
July 12, 2021
After 16 months of sitting mostly empty, offices in the U.S. are preparing to re-open their doors to employees. But, while corporate spaces have always been ruled by dress codes, a pandemic year at home will throw those strictures out the window.
July 8, 2021
For decades, the skort has been loved for its quirky, utilitarian qualities. But in addition to being one of the most adaptable styles in the contemporary wardrobe, it's also one with a fascinating history.
June 30, 2021
Telfar and Pangaia announce new collections as lockdowns blur lines between work, home and leisure.
May 19, 2021
Fashion is, has been and will be a reflection of everything that happens around us. And if we stop to think about the reality we are living right now —or what is coming in the near future— the word that best defines the situation is very clear: chaos.
May 18, 2021
In recent weeks, as the New York City weather has warmed and my second vaccine jab has clocked in at full, immunized capacity, I've started to go "out." By "out," I mean to an indoor meal at an actual restaurant or to a museum that now requires advance reservations. No matter where I've gone and no matter what I've worn for the occasion, though, I've been objectively, decidedly underdressed.
May 13, 2021
I might be relatively new to fashion reporting, but with almost three decades of life under my belt, I'm old enough to know that, like plot lines in literature, there is rarely any fashion trend that hasn't been done before.
April 19, 2021
While old habits and old systems are hard to break when it comes to a more-sustainable fashion industry, changing technologies and mindsets are paving a new path.