Truly, one of a kind.
Don't be surprised if a sudden urge to collect antique glassware accompanies your purchase.
Designer sandals, floral-print skirts and more.
Camilla and Marc releases ovarian cancer campaign.
Worn by — you guessed it! — a whole lot of white models at the mens' Fall 2020 show.
Say goodbye to hot pants and daisy dukes.
Apparently, Rei Kawakubo heard a recession is coming.
Exploring the origins of the industry's absurdist moment.
The plastic-wrapped paper tote combines signatures of both brands.
Plus, Marco Gobbetti outlines his goals for Burberry with Riccardo Tisci at its helm.
The Costume Institute curator and avant-garde designer were "always at odds," Bolton claimed.
"There's a sense of power injected into these clothes."
It's no wonder the Metropolitan Museum of Art chose her.
The visionary designer used exaggerated pieces to comment on how clothing is related to the human condition — from birth to death.
The "Vogue" doyenne has also launched an adorable animated website for her new namesake fragrance.
In a long, weird essay for "The Observer" titled "Elle on Earth," a writer slams the women's magazine for "ruining" his Rei Kawakubo interview.
Rei Kawakubo was inspired by punk and 18th-century silhouettes for fall 2016.
Fifteen different fables, from "Alice in Wonderland" to "The Little Mermaid," are illustrated through runway looks and historical costumes.
The exhibit, "Denim: Fashion’s Frontier," features 75 pieces from the Museum at FIT's permanent collection.
While other designers in Paris focus on "likes," Rei Kawakubo continues to move the conversation about fashion and the design process forward.
Fashion's use as dialogue may be waning, but in the hands of designer Rei Kawakubo, it still has enormous power.
Plus, Dover Street Market leaves Dover Street and Cara Delevingne posts hilarious meme mashup on Instagram.