Kate Moss in Tokyo Thursday night to fete Louis Vuitton’s “Timeless Muses” exhibition.
Pharrell Williams, who designed a men’s and women’s range of Moncler Lunettes sunglasses and will front the advertising campaign for the brand.
The street market is booming, influencing everything from designer runways to premium sportswear. Seen here: Obey’s nylon jacket, cotton T-shirt and pants. Obey hat.
Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Harry Styles of One Direction at the New York premiere of “One Direction: This Is Us.”
Abstract painterly prints gave the season’s collections a colorful, contemporary art touch. Seen here: Nicole Miller Artelier’s viscose georgette top; Tibi’s silk twill skirt. Tibi shoes. All jewelry by Hadria by Adrianna Beer.
Cara Delevingne hosted the opening party of Burberry’s “Art of the Trench” series of photography exhibitions at the brand’s newly opened store in Shanghai.
Betsey Johnson doled out invitations to her upcoming New York Fashion week show in the form of real pill bottles filled with mini breath mints.
Seen here: Reed Krakoff’s leather bag; Paul Andrew’s silk and patent leather shoes; Guess’ studded patent leather belt and Dannijo’s gunmetal, plated metal and Swarovski Elements necklace. MiH shirt; Hudson Jeans.
Tod’s iconic pieces will appear in “Diana,” the movie directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel.
A swimwear look from Isaac Ross and Morgan Curtis’ brand, Solid & Striped.
The status symbol du jour in hipster enclaves these days isn’t necessarily a luxury label — but rather a clever parody of a luxury label. Seen here: Designer Brian Lichtenberg in his own design.