The nomadic tribes of Iran inspired Narguess Hatami collection.
Anna Molinari celebrated the 40th anniversary of the brand with a collection infused with all the signature elements of Blumarine’s hyper-feminine aesthetic.
Xu Zhi took the deconstructed route for fall, turning out a sophisticated, raw-edged collection.
There was a lavish glamour to this collection by Brazilian designer what with all the velvet, brocade and shine.
New Guinea’s multicolor birds-of-paradise inspired the vivid tones and the sense of lightness that Goga Ashkenazi injected in her fall collection.
Chief executive officer Jean-Christophe Babin hopes the Divas’ Dream collection will eventually rival its Serpenti pillar.
Donatella Versace promoted love, courage and equality for what could be her last collection at the house.
Shimmering effects were created on the surfaces of the elegant outerwear pieces through different techniques and fabrics, including gold laminated wool and Lurex.
The cashmere brand’s fall collection revolved around masculine-inspired outerwear that combined technical elements with luxurious fabrics.
Tranoï founders Armand and Martine Hadida could talk business with retailers since the pair also own the L’Eclaireur stores.
Veronica Etro envisioned an intrepid group of adventurous, strong-minded women. They love a good paisley at any altitude.
Liu Bolin described his motto as “Work as hard as you can, so you won’t live with regret in the future.”
Marco de Vincenzo reimagined bourgeois standards into a dreamlike wardrobe of the future.
The special edition of the late-Seventies cult magazine hits stores Feb. 28.
Ballet was among the keynote speakers at IMRG’s Fashion Connect conference held in East London.