A Paris-based label is subverting Middle Eastern stereotypes, styles and motifs to make a fresh statement on urban identity.
While they may be showing and selling their collections elsewhere, these brands have built global stockists and followings as big as many of their New York counterparts.
Hyunsook Park is pushing the hanbok, the traditional wedding dress, into mainstream couture.
The designer who created Princess Diana’s wedding dress refers to her new couture line as “salvaged luxury.”
YanYan is a knitwear brand utilizing deadstock and leftover yarns.
The “Great Lady of Spanish Fashion” founded Madrid’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
Visitors and exhibitors increasingly view major Paris trade shows as opportunity for face-to-face relationship building as shows continue to shift toward more curated settings.
Financially beleaguered and creeping into their 30s, Millennials find a welcome escape in clothing and accessories that remind them of their youth.
“No one was being snarky for the sake of being snarky,” said new judge Elaine Welteroth. “We were there to be honest, and give critical feedback with the intention of making them the best designers they could possibly be because we were rooting from them.”
For luxury brands, it’s all about ownership. They want to own color, a style or — in the case of Bally — vast swathes of earth.
The Charlotte, N.C.-based stylist works with NFL and NASCAR athletes.
Already one of Tiffany’s Top 10 best-performing stores, the new Sydney city flagship is triple the size of the previous Sydney city store.