Religion and glamour don’t necessarily go hand in hand, although in this case, the designers somehow made the mix work.
— February 8, 2014
Brian Wolk and Claude Morais based their collection on Françoise Sagan’s novel “Bonjour Tristesse.”
— September 7, 2013
Brian Wolk and Claude Morais looked to the saloons, opium dens and theaters of the Bowery’s dark and intriguing yesteryear to inform the line’s fall aesthetic.
— February 9, 2013
Brian Wolk and Claude Morais mixed couture and hipster wear.
— September 8, 2012
Brian Wolk and Claude Morais looked to the sculptures of Henry Moore, as well as the English countryside, to shape their fall collection.
— February 11, 2012
WWD went behind the scenes at the spring show.
— September 14, 2011
Brian Wolk and Claude Morais went for a jockey theme throughout much of the collection.
— September 10, 2011
Brian Wolk and Claude Morais tried to see how far they could take the tuxedo with their fall collection.
— February 11, 2011
WWD goes behind the scenes at the fall show.
Makeup was inspired by retro beauties Marlene Dietrich and Lauren Hutton.
— September 9, 2010