It took five minutes for Amanda Gorman to take America by storm — both for her poetry and her Prada. And in that short time, she has come to represent a new kind of style icon for fashion.
The 168-page paperback is organized in an A-to-Z format, with each word offering advice and personal stories and experiences.
The Italian label known for its fine tailoring and use of traditional home interiors fabrics, is launching a full line of accessories for men and women, with a retro, Italian aristo feel.
Distant from the Trump brand of too-muchness, the support of next-generation designers suggested a new possible future for American fashion–small, local, more considered, sustainable and meaningful.
Garments in the French furrier’s Meteo collection are now made of natural materials such as shearling and woven wool.
Here is a closer look at the most interesting labels presenting at the WSM digital-only trade show.
Skin is in again, but this time, it’s not about seduction, it’s about self-affirmation and the growing irrelevance of gender.
The exhibition will be curated by Christine Checinska, the museum’s new curator of African and African Diaspora fashion.
BassCoutur, Valette Studio and Kidill are new to Paris Men’s Fashion Week.