From sporty Velcro sandals to modern ballet flats.
The late Pierre Cardin may have been fashion's original futurist, but today's designers are still craving escapism that only an idealistic future can provide.
From holiday-ready options to stay-at-home staples.
This look is both very 2000 and very 2020.
From beautiful artisan-made patterns to dainty little going-out bags, to the large, neutral totes you know and love.
Socially-distanced guests watched the parade of mini-bags on a wooden catwalk in the French countryside.
Wear them layered under a cardigan or alone with a pair of jeans.
Consider it your much-needed escapism.
Kirsten Dunst, Chriselle Lim, Mandy Moore and plenty of other stars made appearances.
It's time to bid Fashion Month adieu.
Cozy options ahead.
Plus, how Instagram killed the It bag.
Because good things come in small packages.
Young Hollywood loves a print and an upper-thigh-grazing hemline.
The demand is up, and the supply seems to be following suit — that's all good news, right? It depends on how you look at it.
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The designer combined menswear and womenswear for this very spring-y 10th anniversary collection.
Trend, may we introduce you to practicality?
These designer-name must-haves were everywhere this year.
When the things happening around you (in life and in fashion) are so absurd that you don't know whether to laugh or cry, nothing provides temporary comfort quite like a meme.lik
The sporty garment just got a high-end makeover.