Sonny Vandevelde brings us behind-the-scenes shots from Paris menswear week.
Thirty-five of the fifty designers showing this week in Paris have made the trek from foreign countries to present their work at a menswear showcase with an incredible mix of cultures and labels. BoF reports.
Sonny Vandevelde brings us behind-the-scenes shots from Milan menswear week.
Is Milan, once an impenetrable fortress of old, world-renowned fashion houses, finally seeing the emergence of a new guard of design talent? BoF reports.
Despite a two-day overlap with London’s fast-rising menswear showcase, Florentine trade show Pitti Uomo remains one of the premier stops on the international menswear calendar.
Though still in its infancy, London Collections: Men has found a formula that’s working and, in the process, become a vital part of the menswear calendar.
PARIS, France — "It's all cinema, it's all from film," said Jean Paul Gaultier, summing up haute couture. Paris' enfant terrible seemed to have a point, speaking on the last day of fall-winter shows that have seen spectators transported from apocalyptic opera houses to the circus and flung across the four corners of the globe.
PARIS, France — Giorgio Armani seemed to strip the body bare in a classic couture collection Tuesday that came with a twist and was entitled simply, "Nude."
PARIS, France — "Austere, but sensuous," were were the words the program notes used to describe Stephane Rolland's dark and luxuriant fall-winter couture display that continued in the elegant footsteps of last season.
PARIS, France — A once-grand opera house that's now a scene of decaying rubble was the latest remarkable venue for Chanel's haute couture. The setting saw Karl Lagerfeld carry off a dark, expressionist-tinged fall-winter 2013 collection — the glitter of embellished clothes contrasted with the faded romance of grimy curtains, a dark theatre stage and old wooden stalls.
PARIS, France — Naomi Campbell not only owns the clothes she wears, but by her sheer magnetic presence commands the entire runway when she walks it. Donatella Versace knows this well, casting the age-defying 43-year-old to start Paris haute couture week with a bang of indomitable energy.