The Paris concept store on Monday unveiled two window displays devoted to the French fashion house, sealing their reconciliation after a three-year hiatus.
Hard-edged yet appealing, this collection fused myriad design elements, from historic fabrics to futuristic silhouettes.
Yousefzada’s use of ethnic references was minimal in this outing but still evident.
Fran Stringer, women’s design director, was another designer who proposed robust comfort clothing for fall.
Anya Hindmarch set out to conjure “a world of cold” for this glamorous collection with a fairy-tale feel. For the past few seasons, the designer has been enhancing her collection of colorful leather bags with outerwear and piles of lush fur. This season her coats, chunky Fair Isle sweaters and furry white hats were an ode […]
Phoebe English delivered a conceptual range highlighting eight themes spanning from apathy to tyranny for fall.
The designer said he was inspired by “modern society, where technology rules the world…it’s about being yourself and living a modern life.”
Romance was in the air at Huishan Zhang’s fall show, which took cues from French bohemian dressing.
The buzzed-about Michael Halpern sent out a riot of sequinned garments in powerful shapes.
Devine bag, high-top sneaker styles were launched into space.
The treacherous Lady Macbeth was Antonio Berardi’s muse for fall, compelling the designer to look to the Scottish Highlands and vigorous outdoor pursuits for inspiration
Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi’s beautifully poetic collection drew its references from Suffragettes and the flamboyance of the Eighties’ New Romantics.
Striking a balance between softness and strength, Roksanda Ilincic’s collection channeled a “woman warrior.”
Christos Angelides has been named chief executive officer of Reiss.
Gucci is the first luxury fashion brand to join Parks, an Italian nonprofit helping companies to enhance diversity and inclusion.