Brands showing in Milan reach into their roots for inspiration, but add a modern twist.
Brands created a directional season in Milan with unique fabrics and silhouettes.
Hussein Chalayan sent a conceptual lineup of jackets, coats, dresses, trousers and blouses filled with Greek-inspired ideas and layered structures that felt relaxed and luxurious for the modern working wardrobe.
Zhang introduced knitwear and offered plenty of embellishment as part of his pre-fall range.
New Romanticism, the pop culture movement that boomed in the U.K. in the early Eighties, served as inspiration for this collection infused with a glam-rock attitude.
From nature to poetry, designers showing at Paris Fashion Week Men’s looked to any number of places for their collections this year.
The landmark exhibition, which has drawn more than 600,000 visitors since it opened in October, has been extended until March 5.
The Saturday afternoon event will take place at the Grand Palais this season.
Creative director Gabriele “Bebe” Moratti is taking a stand against fast fashion with the Italian label’s first couture show.
The eight-piece range will drop in stores on Jan. 23.
The natural cosmetics label was sold by Groupe L’Occitane to HLD Group and Didier Tabary.
Simon Holloway introduced a Seventies vibe in the elegant, chic collection that oozed discreet, sober femininity.
The inspiration was military but Andrea Rosso said he had “no intention to glorify the war.”
The Place Vendôme jeweler feted the 34 rising stars vying to be named “most promising” at the César Awards.
She joined the company in 2013 as senior vice president of global sales.