In his latest column, Colin McDowell traces the genealogy of Veruschka, often dubbed the world’s first supermodel.
In a photography-saturated age, perhaps it’s time to recapture the power of great fashion illustration, says Colin McDowell.
In his latest column, Colin McDowell reviews Jean Patou, A Fashionable Life, Dior Glamour and Memos: The Vogue Years.
Following news that a shop assistant in Zurich refused to let Oprah Winfrey examine a $38,000 black bag, Colin McDowell says astronomically priced products are emblematic of exactly what’s wrong with the fashion business.
In his latest column, Colin McDowell reviews The Mechanical Smile, C.Z. Guest: American Style Icon and Madame Gres: Sculptural Fashion.
In his latest column, Colin McDowell examines the sorry state of fashion criticism and why fashion needs its Fourth Estate more than ever.
In Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, Colin McDowell sees a reflection of everything that’s wrong with today’s fashion world.
PARIS, France — With fabled fashion innovators Raf Simons and Hedi Slimane scheduled to make their respective ready-to-wear debuts at Dior and Saint Laurent, two of French fashion’s most iconic houses, the stage is set for a historic Paris Fashion Week. And indeed, the conversation amongst editors, buyers and other industry insiders assembling here in the world’s fashion capital is charged with palpable excitement. BoF spoke to