News & Analysis
17 February 2017
17 February 2017 • By Lauren Sherman
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
16 February 2017
The Ralph Lauren brand, which pioneered the lifestyle concept, must be revamped.
For Yeezy Season 5, Kanye West was on his best behaviour.
15 February 2017
In some way Josep Font's change in mood felt a little dreary, although it's hard to blame a creative for having the urge to move things forward.
The designer brings a differentiating warmth to her minimalist wares.
The designer cuts a clean line, but several of his looks were still too close to costume.
While Stuart Vevers is quite proud of the progress Coach has made in ready-to-wear, it is still first and foremost an accessories brand. This season’s shrunken frame bags were some of the strongest he has turned out.
14 February 2017
Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia's gutsy double show underscored how hard it is to design two labels at once.
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Preen’s Restrictive Choice
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