24 July 2020
Virtually penniless, a string of fashion fairy godmothers granted Galliano an opportunity to spin his magic once more. What the audience saw was a mere 18 looks: still one of the most convincing arguments for “less is more” that BoF's editor at large has encountered in his more than three decades in fashion.
6 July 2020
Despite the promise of provocation, there was ultimately nothing radical about Maria Grazia Chiuri's response to the viral nightmare afflicting the world, writes Tim Blanks.
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27 March 2019 • By Laure Guilbault
17 September 2018
Sources close to Burberry say the designer’s Monday debut is likely to underscore the British megabrand’s true luxury ambitions far more than his streetwear-inflected social media teasers, reflecting a strategy rooted in both newness and upscaling.
Menswear - Spring 2019
17 June 2018
It was a trademark MSGM collection in more ways than one. In order to progress, Massimo Giorgetti needs to shake things up.
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