At Paris Fashion Week all three houses offered exhilarating collections that were a heady exploration of creative unsettling.
Rihanna's second collection for Puma merged the worlds of 18th-century French fashion and current gender-fluid street style.
Advertising technology firm Pixability found brand-generated digital content is falling behind the content produced by individual creators.
In opposition to wistful eccentricity, Milan saw a counterpoint rooted in self-assurance and strength. It turned up in places both expected and surprising.
The styling preference of choice in London was sheer overlays — dresses, tops and skirts — worn over basic silhouettes that rounded out looks and provided a nonchalant sense of cool.
For spring, designers continued to reference Victorian era fashion but done this season with a more modern hand.
Designers in London proved they are not afraid to take some risks, playing with the idea of pieced-together construction.
She’s like a rainbow — models paraded in colors everywhere at the spring shows.
Deconstruction of shirts is nothing new, but designers are taking it to another level for spring.
Electric colors were the new wave in New York, popping in on everything from streetwear to slips.
A cross between a crop top and a bra, bralettes are a great hybrid for the summer season.
Western fashion is back at the rodeo, as designers channel edgy cowgirls and country belles.