The other ultimate celebrity tastemaker, Kim Kardashian, has also been spotted in snakeskin pants recently, so we know this trend has legs.
J.W. Anderson, Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto and more of our favorites kick off the European collections.
Wear your love for pups on your sleeve this season. Literally.
It's been a long road -- almost two months! -- but now we can finally tell you that you'll soon be seeing green while wrapped in a blanket coat. It's more stylish than it sounds.
Our list is a mix of rumored candidates, speculations and suggestions from other editors and designers, and some people we just think might be interesting.
New York fashion week is now a fond memory, but our fashion month coverage is still going strong. We saw our first shows in London today! Check out Kinder Aggugini's sweet girls on a sea holiday, Markus Lupfer's icy queens, and Dion Lee's ultra-modern neoprene and leather.
Each season, London-based designer Markus Lupfer creates a video to accompany his collections. We heart them because, like his clothes, the videos a
Taking fuddy duddy, traditionally American things and turning them into high fashion seems to be a budding trend. (See: Glamping.) The latest target of the luxury fashion world's makeover is everyone's favorite holiday tradition: The Christmas Sweater. Somewhere between classy (as defined by Derek Blasberg) and campy (as defined by Corky St. Clair) is this list of Christmas sweaters from big name designers like Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs. It's the best new mix of high and low, plus you'll probably wear these Christmas sweaters again, as opposed to the one your mom made you with yarn and a hot glue gun. (Sorry, Mom!) Check out the festive options available for Christmas and get in the holiday spirit!
In recent years, video has become increasingly popular as a promotional tool for many industries, but especially fashion, which makes perfect sense gi
Markus Lupfer is another one of these great London-based designers poised to break into the American market in a big way. His fun, knitwear-heavy line is sold in several stores in the UK, Shopbop, Net-a-porter, Opening Ceremony, and has just been picked up by Neiman Marcus and Barneys—perhaps two of the most important retail doors this side of the Atlantic Ocean. He has done collaborations with Cacharel and Mulberry and found fans in girls like Daisy Lowe, Lily Allen, Alexa Chung and Florence Welch. The latter actually starred in Markus’ latest project, a short film directed by Tabitha Denholm, in which Welch, Irina Lazareanu, Sadie Frost, Mary Charteris, Valentine Fillol-Cordier, Margo Stilley, Jan DeVilleneuve, Liddie Holt and Gary Card, play characters with bizarre afflictions and personality disorders. Called The Puzzle of the Mysterious Mind, the humorous, tongue-in-cheek film is meant to have the feel of a ‘60s mockumentary. Florence, for example, plays an extreme clothes hoarder while Irina is globophobic, meaning she has a fear of balloons. Each character is dressed to the nines in Markus Lupfer resort, which we got to see up close at Monday night’s screening event at the Mondrian Soho penthouse. There are many of his signature knits with fun stripes and colorful sequined embroidery, like trompe l’oeil belts and red-lipped mouths, plus a few great mini dresses.