Do you think Hedi Slimane knows how to do the Renegade?
With archival designer clothing commanding staggeringly high prices on the secondary market, predicting which brands will pop off next isn’t easy.
There were more than a few passing similarities to the season's Saint Laurent show.
He created 11 gender-neutral fragrances for the house.
The designer went all in on super-skinny, 1970s-inspired silhouettes — and we can't say we're surprised.
LVMH's golden child surprised his audience with a range of sharp, classic staples for the customer who starts their day at 7 a.m. instead of ending it, falling into bed straight from the party.
The designer's signature aesthetic of slim-cut tailoring is nothing new, but perhaps it's what we need in a post-streetwear world.
Shot by — who else? — Hedi Slimane.
Hedi Slimane debuted menswear for the French fashion house in September.
It is very red, very sparkly and very not-Philo-ian.
He took particular issue to the way the Anglo-Saxon press handled his debut collection.
How much longer will Anthony Vaccarello be able to follow the blueprint his predecessor laid out before customers seek out the original?
The backlash is real.
Céline is dead. Long live Celine?
The #CelineByHediSlimane era is officially upon us.
A flex, as the kids say.
Plus, New York Fashion Week: Men's dates change again.
The days of theatrically-themed runways might be numbered.
He will officially join the French fashion house in February.
Plus, new research suggests young millennials may be consuming fashion faster than ever.