In the second installment of John Galliano's film project with Nick Knight.
Featuring a film by Nick Knight and models on aerial rings.
John Galliano's latest offering pulls the curtain back on the creative process via a film captured by Nick Knight.
Nick Knight and Danko Steiner captured a diverse cast of 17 models for Riccardo Tisci's second ad with the British heritage brand.
The model officially joins the British house after making her runway debut with the brand at its Fall 2019 show.
It's just as all-encompassing as his debut collection.
Plus, a writer went undercover at Uniqlo to investigate labor practices.
This is definitely NSFW.
Plus, see what happened when a fourth-grader went to fashion week.
Plus, take a look at a video recap of the Guggenheim International Gala, sponsored by Dior.
"I never was like, 'Wow, look at me on the bus.'"
And acquiring Decléor and Carita has led to some big financial gains for Shiseido.
Now this is dedication.
Who knew picking up a supermodel was so easy?
Battle Monday blues with today's latest fashion news. "Bound 3?" Yeah, you want to see this.
Let's put it this way: The vid demands a full-screen, HD viewing. Though we'd recommend holding off until your boss goes on lunch break.
We've got a ton of juicy news to keep you warm on this snowy Tuesday!
"PUNK: Chaos to Couture," the latest exhibit organized by Andrew Bolton for The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, opens to the public tomorrow. The press got a first look today. And I have a feeling reactions will be mixed. (The International Herald Tribune's Suzy Menkes already panned the exhibit for being too "sanitized and bloodless.") Here's why:
The famed Pirelli calendar, a tradition dating back to 1964, was unveiled today in Brazil--the setting for this year's calendar shot by photojournal
The latest issue of V Magazine is chock-full of awkward amazingness (hello Nicole Kidman's arse and Celine Dion's bosoms)--and it just got even better
Kim Kardashian may not have been welcome at the Met Ball, but that doesn't mean she isn't continuing in her kwest (get it?) for high fashion accepta
Lady Gaga, who has been teasing us with mysterious little soundbites (blood! semen!) about her perfume for over a year now, is finally releasing the damn thing, and this morning we have all the details about what is definitely a unique and innovative fragrance. While this crowded, yawn-inducing, cutesy-bottle world of celeb fragrances often makes our eyes glaze over, we're actually excited about this launch. From the fragrance to the bottle to the marketing blitz that's planned, Gaga has sort of outdone herself on this one. So here's everything you need to know, according to a long and meaty profile in WWD today: