Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2019
3.1 Phillip Lim
12 February 2019
The designer did away with his signature whimsy and cool girl funk in lieu of something stripped back and sure to have commercial appeal.
11 February 2019
2 December 2018
The designer's blend of Chanel-like tweeds, 'Working Girl' suiting and tuxedo-inspired gowns with subversive 'downtown' elements made for a strong showing.
Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2019
2 October 2018
The show's seaside-inflected simplicity and fluidity made for a strong collection, although its deconstructed tailoring didn't quite fit.
30 September 2018
For its 50th anniversary, the brand embraced the lyricism of city life on a street named after the founding designer, showing signatures of the house successfully updated by Julie de Libran.
28 September 2018
Olivier Rousteing’s latest collection featured garments imprinted with hieroglyphics and pyramids, but more successful was his playful approach to French classics.
11 September 2018
The designer’s more pared back approach felt like a fresh step forward, resulting in a nice balance of romance and utility.
10 September 2018
5 September 2018
5 September 2018 • By Max Berlinger
Menswear - Spring 2019
12 July 2018
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