The label also launched collaboration collections with Natalia Vodianova and Roksanda Ilincic for the second season.
Isa Arfen designer Serafina Sama explored ideas of femininity and disguise with a sophisticated collection enlivened with a bit of whimsy.
Clothes that a flashy songstress might like to wear on stage, even if the overall effect fell short of the mark.
Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida sent out a high-energy collection with lots of graphic patterns and oversized shapes.
The LVMH Innovation Award was launched at a press conference attended by French President François Hollande and LVMH ceo Bernard Arnault.
The model is bathed in blue light for the shot, which marks the third-consecutive campaign for the house by photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, with Atelier Franck Durand overseeing the visual identity.
Charlotte Dellal created a witty short film in the film noir style, packed with clever shoe puns and heels that recalled the decade.
This playful collection experimented with proportions, nodding to the designer Jackie JS Lee’s childhood dressing up games.
The veteran French fashion publicist and advertising officer will also host a pop-up shop for the event which is geared to showcasing young fashion and food entrepreneurs.
Webster’s muse for the season was the Ice Queen.
Gordon Ramsay, Clare Smyth, Tom Kerridge, Alain Ducasse and Jean-Philippe Blonde are among the guest chefs who will be lending their talents to wastED London.
The Italian brand is back after a hiatus of 10 years.
The charity helps disadvantaged youth develop careers.
There was a quirky, subversive air to Louise Trotter’s offering for fall.
Thandie Newton talks back-seat make-up and her “sickest” film ever with Ellie Bamber