Retail and luxury stocks were uneven in morning trading on Tuesday.
Brands from Jimmy Choo to Sergio Rossi pushed ultraluxe styles with tinges of eras from the Thirties to the Seventies.
Check out our picks from an international crop of emerging talents joining the Paris schedule this season, alongside new projects by established names.
The designer said she was inspired by powerful women like Queen Elizabeth I and a vampire Catherine Deneuve in “The Hunger.”
Giorgio Armani’s international makeup artist Linda Cantello conceived a fresher take on the traditional smoky eyes.
Mon Guerlain is due out worldwide starting March 1.
The shoemaker has gone to court around the world to defend its monopoly on red-soled heels.
A strong, hard and sometimes mean girl from the punk movement inspired the beauty look at Marni.
The brand will invite buyers to view the collection both in the flesh and virtually in its Paris showroom, then present the collection to press and clients during couture week in July.
The Mass was held at Milan’s Duomo cathedral at the tail end of Fashion Week to remember the late editor in chief of Vogue Italia, who died in December.
One of the remaining social media holdouts has joined Instagram.
The designs will hit the brand’s web site and stores internationally in mid-April.
Exclusive creations by three rising South Korean brands will be showcased at an event on March 3 feting the third anniversary of the retailer’s Paris store.
Geometry inspired this collection, which offered a versatile wardrobe infused with a relaxed, effortless elegance.