The increasingly androgynous nature of fashion inspired Vivienne Tam, who showed men on her runway for the first time.
— September 15, 2015
Vivienne Tam showed crisp sportswear with graphic geometric decoration for resort.
— July 1, 2015
Inspired by chinoiserie, Tam infused her collection with ornate Baroque patterns, a touch of Victoriana and traditional Asian prints.
— February 17, 2015
The designer took her cues from the decorative treasures of the Ming and Qing dynasties — exquisite porcelains with landscape and nature themes.
— September 8, 2014
The brand experimented with a mix of feminine embroideries set against tech fabrics and geometric elements.
— June 17, 2014
The designer’s fall runway was inspired by the legendary Mogao caves in the Dunhuang region of China.
— February 10, 2014
Jeanie Syfu for TRESemmé created the simple hairstyle.
— September 11, 2013
The designer described this collection as “an ode to modern Shanghai.”
— September 8, 2013
The designer showed a collection of day dresses cut in clean lines and accented with quirky appliqués.
— June 13, 2013
Hair, styled by Jeanie Syfu for TRESemmé, was meant to nod to the Eighties New Wave movement in a “modern, feminine” way.
— February 11, 2013