Get to know four brands creating things to fill a fashion void they see in the market for their LGBTQ community.
Riccardo Tisci is feeling the heat — of summer, dancing in the desert and outdoor raves. His collection, filled with spare shapes, sleeveless silhouettes and lots of graphic patterns, was a tribute to the outdoors, post-lockdown freedom and a new generation of customers that wants to wear Burberry in the heat — as well as […]
The Miramar space is the first Brunello Cucinelli boutique at a resort property, following a trend that has luxury brands chasing travelers to vacation destinations.
An NFT art piece by fashion illustrator Richard Haines is among the virtual perks offered with accreditation to Paris’ fashion weeks this summer.
The 17-unit line with quirky packaging is part of the house’s centenary celebration this year.
In an arty video shot in the garden of a lakeside villa, the designer showcased looks from his cruise 2022 collection for the heritage house.
Rogers and Cortázar will harness their use of color to bring “optimism” to new ballets that will premiere at NYCB’s annual fall fashion gala this September.
Liu Jo Group will produce and distribute under license the apparel, accessories and swimwear of Blufin’s contemporary and kids lines.
Carhartt’s latest hire has consulted with the company for the past eight months.
The collection will be available at The Hundreds’ Los Angeles store, and online on The Hundreds website and app.
The Canadian actor donned a Valentino camp shirt in a video address from Los Angeles.
The house teamed with gallerist and LGBTQ supporter Amar Singh and artists from the Rewind Collective for the project.
Georges Wendell, Gravalot, Jan-Jan Van Essche and Mr. Saturday are presenting at Paris Men’s Fashion Week.