After some time off following his 12-year stint at Givenchy, he takes over the British heritage brand on March 12.
Plus, Gosha Rubchinskiy helps Burberry embrace its '90s trash-appeal.
File this one under: Things We Did Not See Coming.
Streetwear is also strongly represented.
See Riccardo Tisci's latest outing for the label, just in from Paris.
As designer capsule collections with Nike and Adidas ramp up, collaborations with H&M and Target have declined. But this movement may be more than a passing trend.
Plus, the "hot felon" finally has a legit model headshot.
With some help from stylist Elizabeth Sulcer, the model emerged from her big sister's shadow and proved that she's a red carpet force to be reckoned with.
It can be difficult to keep tabs on this wild, ever-changing game of musical chairs, so we're compiling it all in one place.
Plus, the Alexander McQueen and Nike collaboration that almost happened.
Looks like his "Real Friends" in the industry are few and far between.
Riccardo Tisci's latest collection is a far cry from the delicate, serene, black-and-white range he showed in New York last September.
Plus, how Knix Wear raised $1.1 million on Kickstarter for its Evolution Bra in 30 days.
Plus, Fitbit releases a more fashionable tracker.
#Love, #family, etc.
Even more proof that designers are the new celebrities.
"I look back at outfits and I'm mortified."
Plus, the merger between Yoox and Net-a-Porter will be effective starting Oct. 5th.
Plus, Mariacarla Boscono and Naomi Campbell hop in bed with Riccardo Tisci for the cover of 'Vogue' Brasil.
More Lisbeth Salander than Tiger Lily.