Must Read: How Gen Z Is Falling Into Debt, The 'Antwerp Six' Reunite
Plus, New York State's legislative sessions wrapped with fashion-related bills stalled.
Must Read: The 2021 CFDA Scholar Award Winners, Checking in on the State of Black Representation in Magazines
Plus, Harris Reed and Brunello Cucinelli recognized at British GQ's 2021 Man of the Year Awards.
13 Fall Flats on Sale For When You Get Tired of Slippers
From snakeskin loafers to suede brogues.
9 Breakout Trends From the Paris Fall 2020 Runways
Everything you need to know to get a leg up on next season.
What the Buyers Are Buying From the Spring 2020 Runways
Cool, minimal houses like The Row, (new) Bottega Veneta and (new) Celine will be on a lot of racks next season.
Must Read: Can Reformation Become a Global Hit? Victoria's Secret's Sales Are Still Down
Plus, why Outdoor Voices can't bank on its top-selling Exercise Dress.
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How the 'Empire' Costume Designer is Dressing the Lyon Family in Season 2
Cookie will wear everything from Paul Andrew to Fendi, Hakeem will experience a fine jewelry downgrade and Porsha's scoring some Jeremy Scott for Moschino.
Kanye West's Best Fashion Rants, Burberry CEO Talks Transition, YouTube's Top Beauty Videos
In case you were too busy shopping or stuffing yourself with turkey, here’s a look back at the week’s biggest fashion stories.
Antwerp Six Reunites for Fashion Department's 50th Anniversary
Last week, the Antwerp Fashion Department’s master students presented their graduate collections under the eyes of the Antwerp Six--Ann Demeulemeester, Marina Yee, Dries Van Noten, Dirk Van Saene, Dirk Bikkembergs, and Walter Van Beirendonck--to celebrate the school's 50th anniversary.
New Show Reviews and Galleries! Glenn Martens, Felipe Oliveira Baptista, and Ann Demeulemeester
The weekend may be here, but there's no time for rest over in Paris-- our reviews and galleries are still coming in full force! Check out what we th
Ann Demeulemeester Fall 2012: Modern Joan of Arc
By now you've probably noticed that the Middle Ages are the leading theme of the season. The interesting part is seeing how each designer fantasizes about a decade over a millennium old. In the case of Ann Demeulemesteer, she imagined dark (shocker) times where women soldiers wore leather trousers, loose, thigh-high flat boots, and plenty of draped moiré tops. Oversized leather and boiled wool scarves were furiously wrapped around the neck. Paired with armpit-high gloves, these accessories reinforced a rough and tough feel, 10th century style – ideal for horseback riding in the middle of a cold night.