The men’s shows ranked based on how they fared in their bid to win the designing gold.
Not content with a slew of iconic movies, Jonze also directed Nicky Nichols, aka Lyonne, in her first interview on her directing experience.
The brand worked with artist Austin Blaisdell and designer Stefan Cooke on the collection.
The collection paid homage to two house muses, past and present.
The graphic, back-to-basics collection celebrated 15 years of collaboration between the sportswear brand and Yohji Yamamoto.
Sarah Burton wanted her men’s designs to reflect her fascination with nature and folklore.
The show celebrated gender fluidity, with man skirts a key focus of the collection.
The collection made a case for building a season as a succession of independent capsules.
The fifth and sixth releases in the series of 12 star models Kiki Willems and Jonas Gloer.
The design team toned down the exaggerated volumes of past seasons, and what a relief it was.
A medley of music inspired Sophie Mechaly’s spring collection for Paul & Joe — think Elvis Presley, Sheryl Crow, Kid Rock and Liberace all rolled into one, with a bit more thrown in.
The brand showed technical offerings for men and denim looks that gave volume to the basics for women.
Yoon Ahn said her “coming-of-age” collection was inspired by the Eighties classic “The Breakfast Club.”