• Andrew Shang
• Jennifer Weil
• Lisa Lockwood
The designer showed pieces from all three of his collections in one cohesive presentation.
July 15, 2016
• Luis Campuzano
The designer offered up a collection of contrasting elements.
July 12, 2016
• Aria Hughes
The collection offered up a New York underground Seventies mood, which just might be another hint to his next job.
June 16, 2016
• Alessandra Turra
The designer held a walk-through of his fall men’s collection at his Madison Avenue offices in New York on Tuesday.
January 29, 2014
• Jean E. Palmieri
This gothic-flavored collection, was inspired by the futuristic architecture of Zaha Hadid.
June 24, 2011
• WWD Staff
What adds to the excitement of a YSL show is Stefano Pilati’s experimental streak. But rigor and classicism won out this season — to terrific effect.
The designer presented his countryside-inspired collection against a backdrop of hedges at a Paris garden.
The tattooed, weather-beaten men who modeled this collection left no doubt that these clothes are aimed at a no-frills guy.
June 23, 2011
• WWD Staff
The energy of sports, and the technical nature of the gear, took the designer in a modern, function-driven direction for spring.
Hawaiian prints ran through the lineup, on tailored jackets, fluid silk pants and natty shorts.
It was gimmicks ahoy as the French designer celebrated the life aquatic with lifeguard T-shirts, a sailor-striped poncho and navy pants.
The new man at Balmain, Olivier Rousteing, continues to riff on the house’s signature rocker staples.
Kim Jones brought his penchant for classics-with-a-twist — and his childhood in Africa — to bear on his first effort as men’s style director.
With this clean, ultramodern collection, the designer took a subtly inventive approach to tailoring.
Staying faithful to his monastic aesthetic, the designer outfitted his urban monks in linen-blend skirts and even sleeveless gowns.
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• Lorelei Marfil