It was certainly an eventful year for brands like Louis Vuitton, Dior, Givenchy and Céline.
Plus, Kering's #ICouldHaveBeen campaign highlights violence against women.
Luxury fashion adopted the streetwear scene's preferred method of retail in 2017. But is the hype model sustainable in the long term?
Plus, someone's resting easy in a Louis Vuitton X Supreme casket.
Plus, the success of Louis Vuitton X Supreme helped the skate brand close the $500 million deal with Carlyle.
Nicolas Ghesquière is riding the streetwear wave for Spring 2018 — but with an 18th-century twist.
Plus, a study finds that cosmetics marketed to women of color contain more harsh chemicals.
That little streetwear collaboration you might've heard about seems to have paid off.
According to the house's client services, "the collection will no longer be sold in any stores or online."
Assuming the community board approves them.
Plus, Michael Carl has been named fashion director of "Vanity Fair."
How many hypebeast lives will be lost in pursuit of that iPhone case?