Laurence Chandler and Joshua Cooper, the designers behind Rochambeau, are hoping collaboration and innovation will help them stand out.
Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad’s fall 2017 collection was all about colorful abstractions and reflections.
The textured collection marked the relaunch of the house’s men’s wear line.
Julia Seemann offered a fresh and witty homage to the all-female Eighties gothic rock band Xmal Deutschland for fall.
As America watched Donald Trump prepare to be sworn in as America’s 45th president, Kawakubo provided a spectacle all her own.
Jean Touitou celebrated his self-described “sometimes boring” brand’s 30th anniversary with a nostalgic collection and a capsule of re-edited archive pieces.
The 7,319-square-foot flagship carries both Philipp Plein and Plein Sport men’s ready-to-wear and accessories collections.
The shoe designer mixed elements of shoe designs once more in his “Constructivist Dandy” collection.
According to a market source, the private equity fund is placing around 400 million euros, or $425 million, on the plate.
The ZDHC program takes a holistic approach to tackling the issue of hazardous chemicals in the global textile and footwear value chain.
Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi took cues from the mid-Eighties for their elegant pre-fall collection.
The German-Swiss designer duo used luxury fabrics to create offbeat and elegant looks.
The brand founded last fall is the brain-child of Scotch & Soda founder Patrick Munster.
The Maison Margiela team created typically de-constructed and intellectually challenging pieces, all with the brand’s frayed-edged aesthetic.
The Berlin-based collective showed their first official collection.