A.W.A.K.E founder Natalia Alaverdian based her Fall collection around the Octopus.
A distinctly more grown-up collection than last season’s denim-heavy spectacle, and the better for it.
Lots of color and cozy tactile fabrics, such as velvet, faux fur and shearling, statement jackets, sturdy, protective outerwear and metallic shine were among the big themes that emerged.
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Emma Hill reworked the label’s classic shapes in an autumnal palette and also introduced four new styles.
She fused Forties tailoring elements with Eighties references.
At the last party to be had at Annabel’s before it closes and moves, Kendall Jenner was dolling out the hugs as she reunited with the cast of her Love Magazine shoot.
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Mary Queen of Scots and Louise Bourgeois were among the inspirations behind designer Hannah Weiland’s strong yet sweet collection.
There was nothing old school about this fresh, street- and sports-inspired collection, one of Victoria Beckham’s most confident yet.
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The print, designed by Katrantzou, was based on the inspiration from her fall 2016 show — which was filled with colorful and sparkly cowgirl clothes.
Gucci’s vinyl record invitation to the fall show in Milan Feb. 22 features readings by the artists.
In its third collaboration with Italia Independent, Hublot is launching an innovative new watch with storied Italian men’s wear firm Rubinacci.