10 September 2019
1 September 2019
30 May 2019
Fenty has pushed the idea of the star designer to its logical conclusion — and breaking point. After all, who needs a star designer when you have a real star?
10 May 2019
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20 April 2019
The New York Times
19 March 2019
After a three-year search, the organisation has found a successor for Diane von Furstenberg.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2019
7 February 2019
Such a strong whiff of nostalgia can turn sour. But Ford’s decision to design with an aim to make men and women look beautiful, rather than obsessively catering to fashion whims, is a long-term play.
6 September 2018
The collection's soundtrack was a veritable story in song, seductive in its narrative groove. More so, unfortunately, than the clothes, where the narrative was more rut than groove.
18 June 2018
18 June 2018 • By Lauren Sherman
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