The house Versace mined its own extensive DNA in a rocking show inside its historic palazzo in Milan. Though Donatella's decision to quickly exit the event will only serve to fuel speculation about the brand’s future.
Zitto Zitto! meaning hush hush, was the instruction when the texts started arriving to editors, retailers and VIPs inviting them to Dolce & Gabbana’s last minute Sartoria runway show on Friday night in Milan.
The American accessories brand, owned by Japan's Itochu, unveiled its debut men's and women's ready-to-wear collections in Florence on Wednesday, under the helm of White Mountaineering designer Yosuke Aizawa.
There was a new, giddy and youthful buzz at London Fashion Week Men’s this season, in part boosted by the surprise showing in the UK elections of Jeremy Corbyn, a 67-year-old much admired by young people in Britain.
Burberry skipped the catwalk this season in London, and instead held a breakfast inside Thomas, their cool café named after the brand’s founder, where designer Christopher Bailey was very upbeat about Emmanuel Macron.
Gosha Rubchinskiy has linked up with a trio of big names for his SS18 collection with Burberry, Stephen Jones and Adidas all working with the Russian designer on the collection shown in St Petersburg Sunday evening.
This season’s big debut at a major British brand was the arrival of Mark Weston at Dunhill, the venerable label beloved by James Bond. Weston joined Dunhill from Burberry where he was senior vice president of menswear.
Gender-bending in a Tudor royal court, where the dashing courtiers looked en-route to an all-night rave party in a rather brilliant show by Edward Crutchley, the brilliant, Scots-born Louis Vuitton alumni.