For fall 2017, designers across the globe equipped their collections with corporate, men’s wear-inspired baggage — invoking discussion about fashion’s messaging and responsibility in this political climate.
Boots were the most prominent styles for fall, including some accessorized with a pearled buckle, while velvet, suede and stars played into the after-dark theme.
A suite of indie labels are dominating the market with a new, intermediate category selling out among Millennial shoppers.
English new wave and the French electro scene of the Eighties inspired Nicholas Kirkwood’s fall collection.
Everything you need to know about new trends and the season’s must-have accessories.
In a special collection at Paris Fashion Week, Pierre Hardy showed some of his most innovative shoes, boots and handbags.
Inspired by a trip to the desert, Lydia Courteille’s Sahara line featured organic forms shaped around Australian opals in a range of blues.
Brands from Jimmy Choo to Sergio Rossi pushed ultraluxe styles with tinges of eras from the Thirties to the Seventies.