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collections magazine spring 2016

Peter Marino Makes Over Louis Vuitton’s 57th Street Flagship

The famed architect has redone Louis Vuitton's 57th Street store from top to bottom.

The Power of Ten Years in the Fashion Industry

The 10-year survival rate is a tough threshold to cross in fashion, but just getting there isn't enough.

3 of London’s Notable Up-and-Comers

London still serves up some of fashion's most provocative young talent. Here, three of this season's notable…

Accessories Trend: Spring Glory

Classic combos of red, white and blue have designers exercising their freedom in fresh ways next season.

Live Wire: Performance Experiences Dominate Runway

On spring's runways, concept trumped tradition.

Fast Facts From Fashion Weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris

Fast facts, quick stats and economic impacts from fashion weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris.

Who Should Be Dior’s Next Couturier?

WWD polled top retailers, most of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity, and who almost unanimously put…

20/20 Vision: Future of the Catwalk

Go big, go intimate, go virtual or go crazy — designers are trying to figure out how today's catwalk will…

Best After Parties of The Spring 2016 Fashion Season

Standouts from this season's nighttime activities.

How The Ultra-Affluent Are Spending Their Money

The ultra-affluent are feeling more skittish and shelling out less for luxuries.

Demna Gvasalia — His Own Rules

With his appointment to Balenciaga, buzzy Vetements designer Demna Gvasalia was the talk of the season.

They Are Wearing: The Best of Fashion Week Street Style

Throughout Europe's fashion capitals, WWD street photographer Kuba Dabrowski turned his lens on the chic and…

Spring 2016 Trend: Under Her Skin

A sensual lightness lingered through the spring collections, as designers rendered transparencies, lace and…