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With last night’s collection reveal marking 100-years of the storied Italian house, Alessandro Michele enlisted the help of Balenciaga to bring the party – and it was a dazzling affair.
Hedi Slimane presented an electric womenswear show, set against the idyllic backdrop of the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte, near Paris.
Felipe Oliveira Baptista’s vision for a post-pandemic future is optimistically club-ready, embracing every colour of the rainbow and capturing the exuberant spirit of Kenzō Takada’s design legacy.
One for the die hard fans, the designer’s AW21 collection references his sci-fi past in oversized knitwear and impeccable tailoring. But his style diktats are, as ever, filtering downwards to define the next youth culture movement.
Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest venture into the unknown unfolds the mind-bending possibilities of a space-age future.
Maria Grazia Chiuri embraces fantasy for the house’s AW21 collection, exploring the magical themes and twisted tales of the Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault.
Catch up with Marine Serre, Acne Studios, Rick Owens, Loewe, Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood, Isabel Marant, Hermès, Givenchy, Versace, Dior, Chanel, Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton...
Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons’s second collection as creative directors sees the grandeur of cinematic glamour merge with a palpable optimism for a freeing post-pandemic world.
Almost a month ago, the Italian house’s creative director presented his first couture collection with a focal lens on Great British bohemianism. This time round, he’s fully immersed in the Fendi family’s ancestral roots.
Fashion East, Matty Bovan, Marta Jackubowski, Marques Almeida, Molly Goddard, Simone Rocha, Ashish, Supriya Lele...
The end of heroin chic’s popularity coincided with the shocking death of photographer Davide Sorrenti. A new documentary celebrates his life and work and questions why he was intrinsically tied to the movement.
The collection looked to an early internet aesthetic to take us firmly into the future.
A collaboration with the legendary pop artist Peter Blake made for a riotously colourful spectacle.