Young Kendall Jenner, still newly emerged from the underbelly of the Kardashian klan, has, with the help of an ill-fitted cream bridal pantsuit and a dry kiss on the cheek from her BFF Karl himself, officially consummated her fairytale marriage to Fashion.
Karl Lagerfeld has clearly been looking at footage from feminism's second wave for inspiration—but to what end?
Jeremy Scott has managed to top last season's McDonald's/Spongebob-themed collection with an even more lurid, fun and recognizable influence: Barbie. And that's it. Just Barbie.
Yo. What the fuck, man?
Milan Fashion Week opened with a rather retro collection by Frida Giannini of Gucci: she channeled the early '70s with a sea of knits, suedes, cropped sailor trousers and marching band jackets. There was also a lot of denim — probably more than we're used to seeing on the runway, but, whatever, let denim have its day…
London Fashion Week marches on, and yesterday Tom Ford delivered a typically Fordian, which is to say extremely sexy, collection. (How sexy are we talking? Nipple pasty-level sexy.)
Now that New York Fashion Week has ended, London Fashion Week is in full swing. Over the weekend, Vivienne Westwood showed a collection that looks like the wardrobe of a school play about pirates that's been half-foraged from a lost and found. But it has a political message: by affixing "YES" pins to several of the…
As usual, Betsey Johnson's spring 2015 collection was raunchy, girly, loud, and — above all — fun. While all of her shows are beauteous spectacles, this one was especially great: it was a ruffly, lacy, glittery celebration of marriage equality.
Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the designers/sisters behind Rodarte, brought their strongest collage game for their 2015 spring collection, interlaying multiple textures in each of their looks. So don't worry, there's net, beadwork, sequins, frills, but most importantly chiffon for everyone.
Spring 2015, as far as Oscar de la Renta is concerned, is much like the Spring of the mid-fifties: Fit-and-flare shapes, pretty-as-a-picture pastel hues, and a general sense of optimism.
Anthony Vaccarello's and Donatella Versace's collaborative spring 2015 collection for Versus Versace, shown yesterday at New York Fashion Week, is typically Versace in all the ways you'd expect.
Carolina Herrera's Spring 2015 collection — shown yesterday at New York Fashion Week — is beautiful and graceful, with a modern twist.
This weekend, while some of America sat at home spilling marinara sauce onto their sweatpants, designers continued unveiling beauteous collections at New York Fashion Week. Case in point: Alexander Wang showed his athletic-wear inspired spring 2015 line on September 6, and it was glorious.
New York Fashion Week marches on, and yesterday, Tracy Reese presented her Spring 2015 collection, which had plenty of lush botanical prints, shimmery sequins and some whisper-light sheers.
New York Fashion Week marches on: on Thursday, Tadashi Shoji showed his stunning and sumptuous spring 2015 ready-to-wear collection.
Fashion week has started in New York, and thus the BCBG Max Azria spring/summer collection has glided in gracefully, trailing silk and pastels.
Elie Saab showed his fall/winter couture collection in Paris yesterday; as usual, his creations were not necessarily the most groundbreaking gowns in existence, but who cares because they're all so opulent and gorgeous and what fairy nobility would wear around the kingdom.
Today in Paris, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli showed their fall/winter haute couture line for Valentino. The collection, as a whole, was gorgeous, regal, sensual — ancient goddess-wear with a modern twist.
Haute Couture Week barrels on in Paris, where this morning Karl Lagerfeld showed his fall/winter collection for Chanel.