There’s little risk of Giorgio Armani unfurling a highfalutin, obscure or tangled deep-thoughts theme for his couture show. Often he picks a color story or print theme and simply goes to town with it. Here was an ode to ikat, the Indonesian dyeing technique, whose dense, rich patterns seemed to inspire the Italian designer, famous […]
The traditional firm gave the Japanese maverick carte blanche for a capsule range debuting during Paris Couture Week.
After sitting out the couture for four years, the exacting designer is showing only 15 looks at her salon-style show.
The brand has built up some heat and its designer is on the radar of Calvin Klein talent scouts.
The display spans some 150 garments made between 1977 and 2014 as well as unpublished archival documents and sketches.
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Eli Russell Linnetz’s clothes, with a Venice Beach vibe, will be produced and distributed by Dover Street Market Paris.