Must Read: Haider Ackermann's Gaultier Couture Debut, Crypto's Luxury Shoppers Go Lowkey
Plus, Rhuigi Villaseñor reflects on his journey to Bally.
Must Read: Boy Smells Launches Grace Jones Candle, The Future of Off-White
Plus, Lauren Hutton stars in new Cuup campaign.
Must Read: Rickie De Sole Leaves 'Vogue' for Nordstrom, Rhude's Rhuigi Villaseñor Is Bally's New Creative Director
Plus, Jenny Slate covers Marie Claire.
The World's Tallest Mountains Are Covered in Trash, So Bally Is Cleaning Them Up
The Swiss luxury brand partnered with environmental activist and mountaineer Dawa Steven Sherpa on a series of high-risk conservation expeditions, from Everest to Kilimanjaro.
How Are Brands' In-House Teams Managing Transition Seasons Without Creative Directors?
The in-between can cause problems, if not handled efficiently.
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The Best of the London Resort 2016 Collections: Part 2
See the latest from Peter Pilotto, Christopher Kane, Temperley London, Bally, Mulberry and more.
Reformation's Petite Collection Is Here, 15 Models Cover 'Vogue' Japan
And Bally's U.S. business gets a new CEO.
Are Bally's Creative Directors Going to Mullberry?
There suddenly seems to be a game of musical chairs going on between a few leather goods-focused luxury heritage brands.
The Top Trends from the Fall 2013 Runways
Four cities, one season: Fall 2013. Nemo kicked the collections off and every city to follow added its own dose of wintry chill. Somehow all that cold weather caused a discernible note of restraint to float through the collections. Don’t worry--the passion and excitement were still there, but designers actively pursued defining new ways we can really dress next fall. These looks felt grounded in the return of the “Lady," as fashion’s pendulum swung away from the risqué, toward the refreshingly refined (spike-studded shoulders be damned). Check out our top trends for fall in the slide show.
Grading the Fall Ads, Part 1
'Tis the season for fall campaigns to start hitting the internet, which as you all know is one of our favorite seasons of the year! It's a time when we get to see whether brands will stay true to their Fall 2012 runway visions--or if they'll opt for a more (or sometimes less) marketable image. So far we've seen ads from Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Versace who all kept to their AW12 motifs almost verbatim (Vuitton wasn't ready to part with their train just yet), as well as options from Giorgio Armani, Bally, and Kenzo who took different, but equally cool routes. Click through to see which brands aced their fall ads and which need a little improvement.
Namesake Bags and the Celebrities Who Inspired Them
Today we learned that Mulberry was releasing its newest it-accessory, the Del Rey bag, a month earlier than its original May 14 release date. The bag'
In Which We Play 'Caption This' with the Spring Campaigns
I decided to enter the New Yorker cartoon caption contest for the first time this week (cross your fingers for "Shut up, Kim Kardaspian"!) which got
Cars, Canines, Candy Colors: Trendspotting the Spring 2012 Ads
The past weeks have seen a flurry of SS12 campaigns come pouring in, from Givenchy's moody beach scenes to Chanel's acrobats. In the mix, we couldn't help but notice a few resounding trends, some stranger than others. On the more expected side of the spectrum are beachy seascapes and smiling models - typical summertime tropes. But more unusual trends are emerging, like models standing around cars. If the auto industry needs a reboot, maybe they should just get Gisele to stand in front of a Chrysler? Click through our gallery of trends in the spring 2012 campaigns, so far. With ads still to be released from Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, and Céline, there are sure to be some more kooky trends, though maybe none as weird as Helena Bonham-Carter's sickly spots for Marc Jacobs... We'll just have to wait and find out.