Angelo Flaccavento reports from Dior, Saint Laurent, Koché and Marine Serre as fashion week kicks off in Paris.
The return of empowered femininity is all the rage this season, but designers had their own takes on what this looks like, reports Angelo Flaccavento.
The Florentine house, which has been without a creative director for almost two years, is planning to work with guest designers on its main collections. But the formula that worked so well for Moncler isn’t a slam-dunk, plug-and-play solution for all luxury brands.
L’Insane will stock brands including Cottweiler, Vaquera and Dilara Findikoglu as it caters to a more gender-fluid Generation Z.
This season, designers from around the globe placed their best bets on Paris as the ultimate showcase and marketplace to transform their creations into commerce.
This month, our Spotlight shines on Christelle Kocher, whose one-year-old streetwear-inflected brand Koché is tapping couture techniques.
See the full list of twenty-six designers shortlisted for the second annual LVMH Prize, the winner of which will receive €300,000 and a year-long mentorship.