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Balenciaga Inks Agreement With Kering Eyewear

The first collection will bow for spring 2019 and be in stores from January next year.

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Fashion Features

Fashion’s Free-for-All: Goodbye, Seasons

Cult Russian streetwear designer Gosha Rubchinskiy counts among the new converts.

clock April 5, 2018Katya Foreman

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Vetements’ Guram Gvasalia, Buyers Say Highsnobiety Story Is Fake News

The chief executive officer along with buyers from Saks Fifth Avenue, Harrods, Jeffrey New York and more say the brand isn’t losing steam with consumers despite a story claiming it is.

clock March 30, 2018Aria Hughes

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Fashion Scoops

Balenciaga to Open Store on Milan’s Via Montenapoleone

The boutique is expected to be unveiled in the latter part of the year.

clock March 23, 2018Luisa Zargani

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2018

Fashion Show Reviews

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2018

Demna Gvasalia found his comfort zone at Balenciaga, keeping up the momentum but adding steadiness and consistency.

clock March 4, 2018Jessica Iredale

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Fashion Features

Palais Galliera Retrospective Opens Margiela Season in Paris

The Paris fashion museum is hosting the country’s first big exhibition dedicated to the Belgian designer.

clock February 28, 2018Joelle Diderich

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Fashion Scoops

Balenciaga Shows First Men’s Pre-Collection

Demna Gvasalia’s designs merged elements of past men’s and women’s shows.

clock January 20, 2018Joelle Diderich

Off-White Men's Fall 2018

Fashion Show Reviews

Off-White Men’s Fall 2018

Virgil Abloh riffed on late Eighties and early Nineties references to imagine how a new generation of business leaders might dress.

clock January 17, 2018Joelle Diderich

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Fashion Scoops

Balenciaga Teams with Net-a-porter, Mr Porter on Capsule Ranges

This is the first time that the Paris-based brand under creative director Gvasalia has collaborated with a retailer on a men’s and women’s capsule range.

clock January 16, 2018Lorelei Marfil

The spring couture 2017 Vetements show in Paris

Fashion Scoops

Vetements Joins Paris Men’s Week

Demna Gvasalia, which has paraded Vetements during couture and the women’s ready-to-wear weeks, continues to shake up the fashion calendar.

clock December 11, 2017WWD Staff

An animation for the Balenciaga copyshop at Dover Street Market in London.

Fashion Scoops

Balenciaga Brings Copy Shop Concept to Dover Street Market

The personalized T-shirt printing service will be installed in the retailer’s London store from Nov. 30 to Dec. 17.

clock November 23, 2017Joelle Diderich

A look from the Balanciaga men's capsule.

Fashion Scoops

Balenciaga to Launch Logocentric Men’s Capsule

The line will carry over from the logocentric contingent of the house’s men’s fall 2017 line.

clock November 2, 2017Katya Foreman

Balenciaga RTW Spring 2018

Fashion Show Reviews

Balenciaga RTW Spring 2018

Appropriation is the name of the game for Demna Gvasalia, and he pulled it off in a fun and gutsy showing for spring.

clock October 1, 2017Bridget Foley

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Fashion Scoops

Balenciaga Changes Logo

The brand’s new logo was inspired by “the clarity of public transportation signage.”

clock September 29, 2017Joelle Diderich

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Fashion Scoops

EXCLUSIVE: Balenciaga’s Avenue Montaigne Store Opens Sept. 23

The new Paris flagship features a similar style as the brand’s refurbished Rue Saint-Honoré store.

clock September 22, 2017Mimosa Spencer

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