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Lidewij Edelkoort photographed by Koen Hauser

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Giving Hope for Change: World Hope Forum Aims to Show the Power of Creative Thinking

The upcoming event will address new methods for design and production.

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A Versace-inspired gown that Is similar to one Schiffer wore on the runway in 1994.Photo courtesy of Barbie.

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Claudia Schiffer Helps Barbie Get the Designer Treatment

Two looks that Schiffer modeled during her career inspired the doll-size designs.

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Temperley London RTW Spring 2021

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Alice Temperley Returns Home With a New Base in Somerset, England

The designer has taken over a historic property in Ilminster, and plans to write a new chapter for the business.

clock October 19, 2020Samantha Conti

Jonathan Anderson

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Jonathan Anderson Talks Creativity, Resilience and the End of Ivory Towers

In an interview with WWD, the designer talked about the end of “clothing that means nothing,” and how he’s been getting life advice from Gilbert & George.

clock October 18, 2020Joelle Diderich

A look from Tom Van Der Borght at Hyères.

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Belgian Designer Tom Van Der Borght Wins Top Prize at Hyères

The 42-year-old impressed with his cocoon-like, intensely decorated men’s wear looks aimed at “a non-normative urban contemporary tribe.”

clock October 18, 2020Joelle Diderich

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff

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‘Melania and Me’ Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff Talks Politics and Publishing

The new book describes the author’s now-frayed relationship with the First Lady and her experience in the White House.

clock October 16, 2020Rosemary Feitelberg

Yuki Hashimoto RTW Spring 2021

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Yuki Hashimoto RTW Spring 2021

clock October 16, 2020WWD Staff

Rihanna at her first Fenty pop-up store in Paris, France.

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LVMH Says Rihanna’s Fenty Clothing Line Is a ‘Work in Progress’

Unlike Rihanna’s highly successful beauty line, the Fenty clothing label has yet to find its footing.

clock October 15, 2020Joelle Diderich

A glimpse of an installation from the Fabric festival.

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Fabric 2020 Readies to Open, Plays Up Collective Creativity

Beyond a community-building cultural event, Fabric 2020 offers a prototype of how to celebrate international ties and the arts during a pandemic.

clock October 15, 2020Rosemary Feitelberg

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 10:  Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Rosamund Pike on stage to present the British Designer of the Year Womenswear Award during The Fashion Awards 2018 In Partnership With Swarovski at Royal Albert Hall on December 10, 2018 in London, England.  (Photo by Tristan Fewings/BFC/Getty Images)

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British Fashion Council Takes 2020 Fashion Awards Digital

The event is slated for Dec. 3, and will celebrate the 20 individuals and brands that showed resilience during the pandemic, and fought for change.

clock October 15, 2020Natalie Theodosi

A view from “Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk” exhibition at the V&A museum in London

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What Fashion Can Learn From the Kimono

“Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk” runs through Oct. 25 at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

clock October 15, 2020WWD Staff

Looks from the Wildwood fall 2020 collection.

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Spotlight: Wildwood

Wildwood, the Ukrainian-based leather wear monobrand was founded with the sole goal to perfect the timeless staple, the biker jacket.

clock October 15, 2020Luis Campuzano

InStitchu, an Australian custom clothing brand, is doing its part to help its pandemic-weary customers escape the challenges of living in a coronavirus world. The Sydney-based company’s spring campaign, The Coastal Collection, is shot at Balmoral Beach and features lightweight woolen suits, deconstructed linen blazers, cotton chinos and more relaxed casual shirts for men. The campaign also showcases women’s wear, a growth area for the company. “No matter what you do for a living or where you’re based, it’s been a challenging year,” said cofounder Robin McGowan. “With this campaign we wanted to try and capture the essence of the stunning Australian coastline and the beauty it represents. Whether that means jumping in the car — if you’re allowed — and visiting some of the spots in the literal sense, or simply soaking up some of the poetry and majesty these beaches represent, we’re big believers that a connection to nature is a great way to inject some positivity back into our lives.” InStitchu operates 12 showrooms in Australia and New York City where customers can work with a stylist to create their own garments. — JEAN E. PALMIERI

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The Best Fashion Ad Campaigns of Spring 2021

clock October 14, 2020WWD Staff

The Volvita app

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EXCLUSIVE: Volvita App, ‘A Library of Fashion, On-Demand,’ Launches

Volvita was created to give people the ability to review and revive fashion from past collections.

clock October 13, 2020Jennifer Weil

Jonathan Anderson

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Hyères Festival Amps Up Digital Program as COVID-19 Keeps Fashion Jury at Bay

Jonathan Anderson, president of the fashion jury, will host proceedings remotely and give an online masterclass.

clock October 13, 2020Joelle Diderich

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