In pursuit of the "captivating dialogue between art and fashion."
The brand presented its runway show on Tuesday in Miami.
Fashion and leather goods — by the likes of Louis Vuitton and Dior, specifically — are still bringing in big bucks for the luxury conglomerate.
Artistic Director Kim Jones presented his sophomore collection for the French house in Tokyo on Friday.
Plus, Chanel may raise global prices for the third time this year.
Plus, "Vogue" to re-launch in Greece next spring.
The former menswear artistic director at Louis Vuitton will present his first collection for Dior Homme next June.
Plus, Carine Roitfeld shares her long-term goals for "CR Fashion Book."
Plus, Ralph Lauren is returning to NYFW:M.
Plus, the menswear brand finally launches an Instagram account.
It's his party, and he can defy gender norms if he wants to.
Plus, millennials are ditching traditional perfumes for niche scents.
And Lily Allen runs around Glastonbury in watermelon hot pants for her latest music vid.
Couture is well underway, making it easy to forget all the fantastic menswear shows that hit the Paris runways over the weekend. Luckily we had Flaunt's fashion director and Fashionista contributor Long Nguyen there to report back. Here, his take on Givenchy's homage to Africa and the boom box; Dior's elegant yet sporty, more laid-back vibe; and Thom Browne's wild take on military.