The use of oversize lips and “monkey” ears in a Fashion Institute of Technology show leads to the suspension of two administrators.
It’s been an unsettling end to the Italian season, but at Marni and Bottega Veneta, antidotes were in the offing.
The move, which could reshape the fashion universe, will be the first such long-term power-sharing by creative equals at a major public brand.
The fashion executive Peter Nygard has clashed for years with his neighbor in the Bahamas, the billionaire Louis Bacon. The latest development is a lawsuit saying Mr. Nygard sexually exploited teenage girls.
Over-the-top banquets have long been viewed as harbingers of impending doom. Their recent resurgence on the fashion circuit feels like a cheeky comment on the times.
And fringe! Forget the power shoulder. Welcome to the age of the power frill and even the power pannier. At Prada and Moschino, the clichés of femininity are being weaponized.
It’s a “ritual” said Alessandro Michele. And he’s not giving it up any time soon. Plus communion at Jil Sander and ’80s revivalism at Alberta Ferretti.
St. John Knits, a “chic grandmother” label, has tried for years to attract a more modern clientele. Can a new designer and flock of influencers (plus Zendaya) make it happen?
Not to mention four fashion awards. Daniel Lee, the Bottega Veneta designer, has a lot to prove.
Or at least the end of the European experiment? At London Fashion Week, Burberry, JW Anderson and Simone Rocha offer some ideas.
It’s the time for travel deals in cities like Seattle, Boston and Dublin. If you pack smartly, the rain, sleet or “wintry mix” won’t stand a chance.
The quintessential British boutique is turning 50 at a time when other famous stores are closing their doors.
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She was one of the first women to rise to leadership in retailing, and her aesthetic helped shift the landscape of American fashion.