Creative director Amy Powney looked to the 19th-century Romantic period and the work of Caravaggio for her inspiration.
There was a punk flavor to this collection by Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi, who believe women want to tear up their wardrobes.
Lulu Kennedy’s coterie of emerging talent provided a rich offering of imaginative and experimental clothes.
Site’s private screening and pop-up shop is intended to shake Paris.
That 5 a.m. post-party moment, when you’re either doing the walk of shame or the stride of pride, was the inspiration behind Ashley Williams’ fall collection.
Brunello Cucinelli brought his women’s wear line to the next level with a rich and versatile fall collection injected with a modern, urban vibe.
Wauchob cited American fashion photographer Deborah Turbeville, and the undiscovered areas of Versailles as inspiration.
Katie Roberts-Wood focused her collection on turning the ordinary into something more special and unique.
In this quirky collection, designer Steven Tai imagined his nerdish muse in hibernation mode.
Kristin Scott Thomas played a clairvoyant for Fendi, while Doutzen Kroes, Liv Tyler, Arizona Muse and Clara Paget manned the carnival stands.
The designer’s original sketch for the piece was sold at auction in Vienna on Tuesday, with proceeds going to charity.
The streetwear brand and the photographer threw a book-signing party for “Click-to-Buy” at London’s Dover Street Market Feb. 21.
Jack Guinness, Alice Della, Daisy Lowe, Chiara Ferragni, Brianboy, Anna Cleveland, Adwoa Aboah and Winnie Harlow were among the personalities who joined creative director Stuart Vevers in the celebrations for Coach’s first Italian store.
She took solo trip to Wales on Wednesday as part of her efforts to raise awareness around mental health issues, especially in children.
Japan is a strategic market for the brand, which recently entered a new phase of international expansion.