Buyers loved all the dresses, prints and energizing color and pattern during this out-of-the-ordinary London Fashion Week.
Instead of following industry protocol, London’s designers felt free to stay closer to their own personal values and desires for spring 2021.
Jean-Paul Gaultier, Christian Louboutin and Inès de la Fressange were among the guests at a tribute to Cardin in Paris.
The costume designer is partnering with the vintage e-commerce platform for the 25th anniversary of “Clueless.”
Young designers are rethinking life in New York City, moving home to their childhood towns and sourcing local products and artisans to create authentic brand narratives.
Nineteen brands plan to hold a show in Paris including Dior, Balmain, Chloé, Isabel Marant, Hermès, Chanel and Louis Vuitton.
There were plenty of designer dresses and diamonds galore, even if we could only see most of it from the waist up.
Without deep-pocketed investors behind them, it was a testament to the spirit of creativity and survival that so many American designers were able to get it together to show at all. And the problem-solving was inspiring.
The mood may be spooky, but with all that external noise gone, there’s a new opportunity to focus on the collections and the designers’ visions of what the future of fashion might look like.
The organization founded by Maxine Bédat addresses the roles of citizens, media and companies in lessening fashion’s environmental impact.
The retailer is looking to solidify its status as market leader with a new brand identity and global campaign.