For Karl Lagerfeld’s fall 2018 haute couture collection, he drew upon early memories, a post-war Paris that was struggling to dust itself off and move forward, and the bouquinistes that helped bring the joie de vivre back to the city. Celebrities like Tracee Ellis Ross, Lily Allen, Penelope Cruz, and more queued up to get their shots. For an haute couture show that’s meant to be the best-of, so to speak, Lagerfeld’s latest offering was sturdy and stoic.
Lily-Rose Depp turned heads at Chanel with her blonde bound in a sleek high ponytail that could only be worn by a Parisienne.
Kate Moss, Lauryn Hill, Travis Scott, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Lakeith Stanfield and more ferried over to Liberty State Park for the Saint Laurent men's show.
For decades — centuries, even — fashion designers have created clothing in reaction to the political climate. And this season is no exception.
Now, judging by what we saw at New York Fashion Week last month, we can safely say the ‘90s are on a steep incline, starting with the return of some throwback hair accessories. Tom Ford brought back thick elastic headbands — but upgraded them to leather, naturally. Stretch combs are baaaaaack, says Anthony Turner, the lead hairstylist at Prabal Gurung.
One of the biggest breakout designers during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia was not Russian but rather South African. His name is Rich Mnisi, and he is one of four designers who participated in MBFW Russia's special "Africa Explosion" showcase.
The runways at Paris Fashion Week featured a range of styles, from sexy leather looks to boyish, utilitarian apparel and tailored suits, cargo pockets, and black hats.
It’s tough to find a carryall that will look as good at a nighttime event as it did first thing in the morning.
From Bella Hadid to Danish "It" Girls, sneakers have become a wardrobe staple for the fashion-savvy crowd. According to global fashion search platform Lyst, searches for sneakers outnumbered handbags in 2017, and every year, top industry platforms go to great lengths to choose what they think is ...
Last spring, it was all about net and mesh bags. But for this upcoming season, clear PVC "grocery"-style handbags are here to complete the trifecta of bag transparency.
Rei Kawakubo, the Japanese designer and mastermind behind Comme des Garçons, the company she founded in 1973, is often regarded as light-years ahead of her peers in the fashion industry not just in terms of her design capabilities, but also her vision that brought shopping experiences like Dover Street Market to life. On Monday, Kawakubo presented Comme des Garçons’ fall 2018 collection, and for the first time in 20 years, Black models appeared on the runway. The last time Comme des Garçons featured an identifiably Black model was Chrystèle Saint Louis Augustin in the fall 1994 show, Ellereports.
From ethereal white lashes to graphic sci-fi visors, we look back at the romantic beauty ideas on Sarah Burton's Alexander McQueen runway.