Katrantzou toyed with the dark – and fantastical – elements of the 1940s, an era of war, film noir, and Disney’s groundbreaking “Fantasia.”
The first collection of optical frames and sunglasses will launch in September.
The bags and accessories – a mainstay of the business – were the true Mulberry family jewels.
A newly restrained mood lent polish to Alice Temperley’s feminine designs.
Jennifer Flavin Stallone was joined by her eldest daughter Sophia as middle daughter Sistine made her London catwalk debut.
The actress is set to star in “Dragonheart 4”, a prequel to the original 1996 fantasy film.
David Koma was in a combative mood, as he took cues from the chokha, a centuries-old “warrior dress,” worn by Georgian men.
Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos worked this collection with a breezier, more youthful air than in seasons past.
Wickstead was inspired by the extravagance of traditional Russian dress.
Lupfer blended the feminine with the masculine, looking to influences as diverse the Arctic Circle and classic men’s tailoring for this sophisticated but easy collection.
Inspired by Liliana Cavalli’s cult 1974 film “The Night Porter,” Pugh sent out a cast of lethal heroines.
Designer Henry Holland called the collection his “love letter to America.”
Edeline Lee walked the line between playful and chic, looking to Dada artist and feminist icon Hannah Höch for inspiration.
Donatella Versace sent out a lineup of easy, street-y pieces for the glammed-up millennial, all delivered to a thumping techno beat.
– February 19, 2017