Since his much publicized meltdown two years ago, designer John Galliano has kept a very low profile — which makes news of his recent visit to Oscar de la Renta’s studio all the more intriguing.
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Though the latest collection from Raf Simons was a departure from his crisp futuristic clothing, there’s still something his legions of fashion-forward followers can march in lockstep with.
At just 28, Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has established herself as one of the most innovative names in haute couture. While her boundary-shattering clothing has only been known and accessible by a… More ›
Alexander McQueen was never afraid to mine the vaults of fashion history for inspiration. Such references can often read heavy-handed or costume-y, which makes Sarah Burton’s modern meditation on… More ›
On Sunday Miuccia Prada put more than menswear on her runway in Milan. Her models, clad in the house’s new take on “normal” clothing, ambled through a set dotted with sleek, geometric… More ›
There is something sweet about the vision that designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have created for the house of Valentino. But in their pre-fall 2013 collection, which featured a… More ›
The Hugo Boss Meatpacking District store carries more than just sleek clothing — its windows regularly feature imaginative displays by artists like Béatrice Coron and Brad Fisher. And now, through… More ›
After much speculation, it’s finally official: PPR has taken a majority stake in the Christopher Kane brand. The deal gives the luxury conglomerate 51 percent ownership of the London label,… More ›
It’s only January, but 2013 already had its share of major red-carpet moments. Many of them come courtesy of one petite actress in particular, Kerry Washington, who’s been no stranger to… More ›
Hedi Slimane leaked a lookbook for his pre-fall 2013 Saint Laurent collection at Style.com, and just like his first outing at the storied French house, it’s full of darkly inflected rock ‘n’… More ›
Even amid the kaleidoscope of London fashion, Roksanda Ilincic’s masterful manipulations of color stand out. Last season saw graphic orange and electric blue; for pre-fall, while still bold, colors… More ›
The Milan menswear collections have are fully under way, and whether you’re hitting the shows or following from afar, it’s easy to dress for the occasion. You’ll look every part the… More ›
When longtime A.P.C. co-designer Louis Wong launched his Louis W capsule collection last fall, he found inspiration in the bad boys of French cinema. This year he’s replaced icon Gerard… More ›
Ever since Guillaume Henry revived Carven in 2010, the French house has catered to a certain type of understated cool customer. While it’s never courted trend-driven fashion followers, with… More ›
If there was any doubt before that Alexander Wang’s first collection for Balenciaga will be a radical departure for the brand, it’s nearly certain now. The label’s pre-fall offering, created by… More ›
The muse at Chloé was mod this season, but Clare Waight Keller’s take on the trend looked to the more delicate side of 1960s dressing. With confectionary touches of spearmint, cream, and dusty… More ›
With the hiring of Alexander Wang at Balenciaga, PPR has made it clear they’re eager to tap into the next generation of designers. Now the Paris-based luxury conglomerate seems to be looking… More ›
Volume is a common theme at Acne Studios, and for pre-fall 2013 it’s pumped way up. On otherwise understated jackets, culottes, and skirts, proportions were exaggerated to Kawakubian magnitudes.
From the very first double-breasted suit, it was clear that there was a new wind blowing at Céline. If Phoebe Philo had relaxed the label’s silhouette for spring, it seems that now she’s doing… More ›
With pre-fall 2013, Riccardo Tisci forwent the refined femininity he found for spring to reference his previous — and polarizing — resort collection, its influence evident in the new season’s… More ›
It’s been over 72 hours since the mysterious disappearance of Vittorio Missoni and speculation continues to swirl with little substantiated news. The knitwear scion, eldest son of the Italian… More ›
The spring runways were filled with warm-weather leather in all cuts and colors — not your standard biker fare. There were two takes on the trend that caught our attention, one that veered bold and… More ›
Fashion Group International has announced the finalists for its 16th annual Rising Star Awards, and once again the list is filled with exciting new names.
The Fred Perry brand just turned 60, and to celebrate, the iconic British label called on 60 of its closest, coolest friends to customize its signature 1952 polo.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Like really, really, bitingly, bone-chillingly cold. For those of us in icy climes, it’s tempting to consider sacrificing style for warmth once winter’s full chill… More ›