The latest from the Met invites viewers to reflect on fashion's relationship with the past, and also has some important things to say about where the industry is headed in the future.
Stars! They're just like us, etc.
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She will also serve as "artistic director" for the makeup look at the label's Spring 2020 show.
Though these inspirational figures are hot topics of industry discussion, what do we really know about their roles in the ideation and creation of a collection? Very little, apparently.
She and Olivier Rousteing are taking the model-as-muse relationship to the next level.
This is a real feat of fashion.
Studs, motorcycle jackets, acid-wash denim, heavy chains — all you need is a Harley-Davidson and a bad attitude.
"Yes, we're naked. Yes, I'm black and she's white. So, go ahead, trolls, give me your best."
Diet Prada and social media commenters aren't shying away from calling it out as blackface.
After a 16-year hiatus, the French house made its return to the couture calendar on Wednesday night in Paris.
Olivier Rousteing has joined the long list of creative directors who have revamped a legacy fashion house's branding.
It may not be as commercial a move as some of the other initiatives he's been involved with at the label, but couture can be big business, too.
Olivier Rousteing's latest collection was a hodgepodge of the decade's loudest, most high-gloss reference points.
The 1997 sci-fi film's star Milla Jovovich even fronts the images.
Inspired in part by "the world's first digital accessory" — the Snapchat filter — the collection also included nods to KiraKira and the Insta-famous unicorn beauty trend, with eye-popping neons and logos galore.
The eveningwear capsule was named after the Paris address of Pierre Balmain's original atelier.
There's a match made in Angel-filled heaven.
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