Bella Hadid and Paris are in the thrall of yet another brand helmed by a multi-hyphenate creative entrepreneur.
Self-taught brother and sister duo Dilan and Lezan Lurr keep their collection simple, with a dash of experimentation.
Olga Berluti joined guests including Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union, Lou Doillon and Jalil Lespert to take in the show.
Masanori Morikawa aimed to push back against consumerism with his collection.
Marco Colagrossi channeled vintage Emanuel Ungaro with floral prints and flashes of signature fuchsia pink.
Her simple, crisp, color-blocked designs for men and women were adorned with skinny rope drawstrings, safety buckles and chunky nautical ropes and clips.
The fitness guru blasts critics of the singer who was accused of Photoshopping an Instagram post.
“Miami Vice” was the starting point for the relaxed, sportswear-focused collection.
“This idea that in fashion, the woman boss is somehow mean-spirited felt inaccurate. That’s not who I am, that’s not who the women I work with are.”
“With rum and the ocean, it’s a beautiful marriage,” said owner Michael Chernow.
The eight to 10 producers in Italy that the company relies on are trained to know they need to continually research new techniques, cuts and furs.
For his second coed show, Juun.J took the shirt as starting point to a zen collection.
The brand has released a special sneaker to benefit the Human Rights Campaign.
The designer focused on bridging a rebellious spirit with an element of romantic deconstruction for resort.
Was it a disco dream? A sequin tsunami? No, just Rei Kawakubo doing her usual wild thing with men’s wear.