Plus, a look at the vicuña, the wool that Incas considered "cloth of gold."
Amidst the dumpster fire that is 2016, we can thank the man upstairs for "La La Land" — and for Gosling in a Gucci suit.
We've reached the home stretch, mes amies.
The panic is over, people. Gisele is probably not done with the catwalk.
From Christophe Lemaire's post-Hermès debut to Dries Van Noten to H&M's trip to the moon.
Roopal Patel is back for round two of what the buyers will be buying -- edition Francaise!
After every fashion season, we pore over a crazy amount of images trying to predict the next big thing. But, alas, we never really know what's going to take off in the "real world." Here, all the designer crazes that actually made it into your closet this year.
The buzzword on the street on the second day of Paris Fashion Week was feminine froth, where Dries Van Noten and Rochas's Marco Zanini tried to outdo each others' ruffles and even master of dark Gareth Pugh got in on the pastel action.
More designer musical chairs!
Zanini, who tends to look to the Mid-Century for inspiration, has no trouble reworking those ideas again and again. This season—his final collection for Rochas before he leaves to revive Schiaparelli—was about adding sparkle to the equation, and he did so in abundance.
As spring began to bloom, this week's best dressed ladies (and one gentleman) showed a little skin while keeping things tasteful. Jennifer Lawrence showed of a new 'do and her shoulders in David Koma; Elle Fanning went high-drama in Lanvin; and Kiernan Shipka looked adorable yet grown up in Dolce. Click through for all that and the rest of this week's 10 best dressed!
The Schiaparelli relaunch has sort of become the Great Gatsby of the fashion industry--we've been hearing about it forever, but nothing's really happened. It was said that a creative director would be named last September, and yet, nothing, until now.
Four cities, one season: Fall 2013. Nemo kicked the collections off and every city to follow added its own dose of wintry chill. Somehow all that cold weather caused a discernible note of restraint to float through the collections. Don’t worry--the passion and excitement were still there, but designers actively pursued defining new ways we can really dress next fall. These looks felt grounded in the return of the “Lady," as fashion’s pendulum swung away from the risqué, toward the refreshingly refined (spike-studded shoulders be damned). Check out our top trends for fall in the slide show.
The most buzzed about shows on day two of Paris fashion week were those that toed--or soft-shoed--the gender line. At Rochas, Marco Zanini gave bulky proportions to princess coats, while Dries Van Noten fused menswear-inspired tailoring and feminine frou frou into one.