The lineup features interviews with the National Portrait Gallery’s Nicholas Cullinan and artist Jennifer Packer, and forms part of the long-running 3.55 by Chanel podcast series.
Louis Vuitton is ringing in 2021 with a series of men’s fashion events in Paris, culminating with the presentation of its fall collection.
Celebrities are moving away from the popular makeup category and bringing their star power to skin care.
The film about the last six months of the Paris concept store Colette will be available on demand from Dec. 20.
The award-winning multihyphenate talks about his new venture, Nigo, Karl Lagerfeld, and why 2020 should be very upset with us.
Halted production, delays and an indefinite lockdown raise concerns for sneaker brands and retailers.
The French fashion brand is tapping its network of “friends of the house” to keep people entertained at home during the coronavirus crisis.
The women’s streetwear collection first introduced in 2011 returns with a capsule collection and event with community Envsn.
The former NBA star and Reebok are offering students at his alma mater the chance to cover costs for their college applications.
Janelle Monàe, Kiddy Smile, Isabelle Adjani and Angèle also attended the Chanel show on Tuesday.
Elite leather goods-maker Moynat has tapped Sephora executive Lisa Attia.
The “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” star appears alongside Pharrell Williams, Isabelle Adjani, Angèle and Sébastien Tellier.
Founder Pharrell Williams talks about the brand’s three distribution channels and direction and future plans, including a store in Miami.
Bluebell Group is more confident than ever about the Asian consumer as it further expands into new markets.