If any designer can be said to be unquestionably in the zone this month in Western Europe, it has to be Clare Waight Keller, who staged a triumphant couture collection for the house of Givenchy Tuesday night.
Rarely has the vision of designer Rick Owens been quite so particular. The creator returned to Paris on Thursday to unveil his latest menswear collection, models towering above the audience at the Palais de Tokyo.
It is always difficult to predict who will wear what to the Oscars, but LA stylists should know few male movie stars will look better than in the latest collection from Givenchy, with its absolutely magnificent finale.
As strikes continue in Paris, the number of shuttles for the catwalk shows has been doubled, and the WSN, Bijorhca and SIL shows are joining forces to ferry visitors around, while Tranoï will use autorickshaws.
One day into the menswear catwalk season in Milan, on a crisp Saturday morning, Giorgio Armani unveiled his latest concept R–EA, or Recycled Emporio Armani, a capsule collection all about regeneration.
Dean and Dan Caten, the most successful foreigners in Italian fashion, celebrate the 25th anniversary of their fashion house on Friday night in Milan. We got their inside take on a most remarkable immigrant career.
More and more brands are embracing good causes and as well as issues such as sustainability, workers’ rights, animal welfare, more recently, mental health has risen to the top of the priorities list for many labels.