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After weeks (and weeks) of shows, the Spring 2019 season of Fashion Month finally came to a close on Tuesday. We're still thinking about the hyper-creative hair and makeup looks we spotted on the runways — involving mixed-media glitter, perfect half-up ponytails, baby bangs, stained-glass-inspired ...
How to summarize the diversity, chaos, and gossip of 28 straight days of fashion shows across four cities on two continents? Here’s our take, with 10 ideas that will stick with us until the ready-to-wear collections start all over again next February.
From ethereal white lashes to graphic sci-fi visors, a look back at the romantic beauty ideas on Sarah Burton's Alexander McQueen runway.
Balmain's last several seasons have been — considering the usual excess around which Olivier Rousteing has built his tenure at the French house — quite understated. Where Spring 2018 was a "wearable" (whatever that means these days) exercise in refinement, Fall 2018 was brighter (with iridescence ...
"Burn it all down, Rick Owens," tweeted New York Times critic Vanessa Friedman from the front row at Paris Fashion Week. She was referencing the literal burning tower at the center of "Lord of Darkness" Rick Owens's runway, but also undoubtedly expressing the sentiment of many, many American ...
The designer teamed with Nike on his spring collection, an organic evolution of the line he designed for tennis star Serena Williams.
For Prada's spring 2019 womenswear show, the trek outside of Milan's city limits — which would be the equivalent of that trip to Brooklyn during New York Fashion Week we told you about — was worth it. Held at the Fondazione Prada, the Italian fashion house's namesake museum, the show made it clear that the meeting of two art forms, fashion and architecture, was about to ensue.
Fendi's creative director Karl Lagerfeld is clearly looking to elevate the athleisure trend with a sleek, sporty "working-girl" look.
For the initiative’s second iteration, Prada has invited three female architects — Cini Boeri, Elizabeth Diller and Kazuyo Sejima — to each develop a unique item by using Prada's iconic nylon material.