Best dressed? An old-school (as in last season) siren in a red sexpot dress renders that descriptive wanting. “Favorite looks” makes for a more inclusive edit.
The designer discusses his method for his MasterClass.
WWD mines its rich photo archives and explores how the past continues to inform the present.
Nearly three years into his tenure as creative director at Gucci, Alessandro Michele continues to fashion with eccentricity, a house ban on fur and, perhaps most shocking of all, a steadfast belief in continuity.
For pre-fall, Narciso Rodriguez offered no romantic jargon about his inspiration, only that he worked from instinct, seeking to focus on “very detailed cuts and beautiful materials, and edit down to the best [of everything].” He also sought to deliver a new take on timelessness. “Usually, we think of a timeless wardrobe as things that […]
Summer? Pre-fall? DVF’s Jonathan Saunders prefers the former, since the collection ships in May. Whatever the semantics, for his current collection, Saunders was inspired by Antonioni’s 1970 clunker-turned-cult classic, “Zabriskie Point.” But not the dark counterculture storyline; Saunders is at heart an optimistic designer, and the DVF customer, aspirational within the system. Rather, in the […]
Matthew Mazzucca forges his own path as creative director for the retailer whose visual audacity is the stuff of legend.
In a series of tweets, Ronan Farrow explained that it takes a village of skilled journalists to produce powerful investigative work.