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.
Think bathrobe-inspired gowns meant to be worn at home and voluminous coats that ensure social-distancing measures are followed.
And Beyoncé graced us with her presence — in Balmain no less — so there's that.
From red contacts to holographic suits.
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"Go to Hell" with a skull in flames is pretty relatable at the moment.
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Free from the commercial restraints of ready-to-wear, these designers are pushing the boundaries of their craft.
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There's something for every bride.
These looks should be hanging in a museum — and that can probably be arranged.
The company announced plans to streamline its ready-to-wear business while expanding its licensing operations, and it's not the only brand to do so in recent months.
Paging Tilda Swinton.