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.
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Featuring Janelle Monáe, Timothée Chalamet, Ana de Armas and more.
But that, of course, did not mean the designer skimped on the eccentricities.
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Plus, what happened to Hood by Air?
"Memes spell it out really clearly: This is cool. This isn't."
Featuring the leading ladies of "Euphoria" and a handful of Rodarte muses.
Cool, minimal houses like The Row, (new) Bottega Veneta and (new) Celine will be on a lot of racks next season.
Plus, Net-A-Porter invests in sneakers.
The brand presented its runway show on Thursday in Paris.
The winners will be announced on June 3 and the ceremony will return to Brooklyn Museum.
This show had alien-like body modification, glam-rock boots, beautiful dresses and much more.
Models encircled the flames in clothing made for surviving in this dark world.
To quote Hannah Montana, you get the best of both worlds.
Plus, Nike unveils another Kendrick Lamar take on the Nike Cortez set to release Jan. 26
Plus, Kendrick Lamar gives a sneak peek of his "Kung-Fu Kenny" Nike Cortez shoes.
Plus, Rick Owens is opening a giant exhibition of his work in Milan.
See the designer's splash bash, just in from Paris.
That's a first for fashion merch.