Glamour doesn’t have to arch. Karl Lagerfeld’s fall 2017 collection for Fendi proves the point.
Beauty looks during the fall season in London spanned from natural and simple to edgy and cool. See what the makeup artists and hair stylists had in mind for the shows.
The designer delivered a fantasy spin on Eighties power dressing with oversized tailoring, deconstruction and daring color combinations.
Sara Cavazza drew inspiration from the Eighties for her collection, which featured stirrup pants, shoulder pads and lots of gold trimmings.
At the end of the show, the lasting impression was that the women lucky enough to own one of the collection’s coats can wear it forever.
The 7th edition of The Next Talents showcase was the first since the death of the Vogue Italia editor in chief in December.
The collection’s mix of “edgy streetwear and glamorous stagewear” will hit stores May 18.
Retail and luxury stocks also put on an uneven performance in late morning trading on Thursday.
Dame Helen Mirren is unveiling a three-year program meant to help up to 10,000 young people in the U.K.
The travel retailer asked brands to create more than 50 exclusive designs.
The German consumer goods company marked a record year in 2016 for both sales and earnings.
The 21 semifinalists for this year’s LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers includes many designers based in countries other than their own.
As the company marks the milestone, president Giovanna Furlanetto discusses how the firm honors the past but looks to the future.
The campaign is fronted by six women, including artist Anh Duong; brand adviser Helen Nonini; nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson; art curator Caroline Corbetta; writer Pihla Hintikka and model, artist and photographer Larissa Hofmann.
The advertising campaign, titled “Find Your Spring,” was filmed and photographed by Matt Jones.