Several recent runway collections and collaborations are a welcome antidote to "fake news."
Feast your eyes on the season's best.
Plus, Cara Delevingne stars in a commercial for "Call of Duty: Black Ops III."
And Aeropostale and American Eagle are making a comeback, minus their logos.
The best of the rest from the past few days.
And Karl Lagerfeld calls Kendall Jenner the "girl of the moment."
And Sacai debuts its first ever ad campaign.
Roopal Patel is back for round two of what the buyers will be buying -- edition Francaise!
There are very few fashion insider "secrets" these days. Isabel Marant, COS, and Maje are all brands that flew far under the radar for many years before being exposed by the internet as the next Greatest Brand in the World. And that's probably a good thing: the more democratic and open fashion becomes, the better dressed we all will be. The next label poised to receive that sort of sensational attention is Sacai, the Japanese brand designed by Chitose Abe.
Anchoring the month of fashion weeks is no easy feet, but Paris has never shied away from the challenge. With the longest line-up of presentations (beating out even NYFW) and arguably some of the largest scale productions, there's a LOT to take in. From the season's newfound artistic inclinations, to some "fringe benefits," we've distilled the best-of-the-best from The City of Lights. Click through the slide show to enjoy the feast…Bon Appétit!
Horizontal striped shirts--particularly those classic Bretons (that Coco Chanel used to wear) have definitely been having a moment over the past couple of years--a moment that no one (especially not us) wants to see end. There are more than a few of us Fashionista editors who just can't seem to stop buying them. As ubiquitous as they've become, we still want to wear striped shirts all the time. But who wants to be dressed just like every other stripe fiend walking down the street? Not us. Fortunately, designers seem to have recognized this need for cute, versatile striped shirts that have a little something different.
The buzz factor Monday? Collections that start with "S." So whether critics were loving the party-in-the-back looks at Sacai or the subversive haberdashery at Stella McCartney, or just trying to make sense of what it is that went down the runway at Saint Laurent, they were talking.
All the glamour of the Paris shows. All the comfort of your sweat pants.