Lou Doillon, Marcel Castenmiller and Gucci's pre-fall collection star in "The Legend of Orpheus and Eurydice."
Plus, Pierre Bergé thinks modern couture customers are "Russian prostitutes."
Flamingos, flowers and over-the-top fashion are an unbeatable combination.
These are statement gowns worthy of an award-winning starlet.
For starters, this cat. We really want this cat.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Katy Perry, the Depps... it was pretty much Golden Globes 2.0.
Because all we can think about right now is bundling up.
Womenswear designer Chemena Kamali and accessories designer Lucio Finale lead the French house until it hires a new creative director.
The house's pre-fall 2016 collection takes a turn for the graphic.
The collection's motifs include, but are not limited to, cats, castles, snakes, butterflies, florals, celestial bodies and lots of birds.
Everyone loves a dino sweater.
Slippers and bathrobes, too.
Whether you want a smart, tailored coat or sequin-adorned daywear, the designer has you covered.
Complete with A-list actresses, naturally.
With some streetwear and '70s inspiration thrown in.