Mrs Prada presented her last solo menswear Spring/Summer 2021 collection for the brand.
Grab your seat at the front row here.
Boat rides livestreamed on TikTok, digital presentations, and fashion inspiration for special—socially-distanced—occasions.
The meme-making fashion brand strikes again with coats that enforce distance and lockdown-mood dresses.
With virtual shows becoming the new normal, the modeling profession is feeling the pinch.
The iconic label stuck to its lavish roots, with a dash of edgy romanticism.
Dior presented a pint-sized collection of softly pleated Grecian gowns and modern interpretations of the iconic New Look silhouette.
Think bodysuits, bucket hats and of course, monograms galore.
Heralded by creative director Alessandro Michele.
A schedule of physical shows is in place for the spring/summer 2021 season.
Burberry isn’t finished with the fashion calendar just yet.
The Californian-born artist and Silvia Fendi lift the curtain on the surreal world they’re building.
The Chicago-born, California-raised designer replaces Clare Waight Keller.
The collection is a perfect blend of futuristic and retro 90s elements.
And everyone’s invited to watch the show
Danielle Guizio is so much more than just the creative mind behind the best ‘fits you see on Instagram.
The company is working with its lenders to convert $1.65 billion of the company’s debt into equity.
With AR and CG technology, they’re just as experiential as the physical.
Watch the latest chapter from the short film series Inside Chanel.
The designer, who famously created Meghan Markle’s wedding dress, steps down from her role as artistic director.
From life drawing with Alighieri to question time with JW Anderson.
From historic fashion houses huge donations to fashion weeks going digital, this is how the fashion industry is reacting to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The patriarch of the Italian accessory empire passed away in Italy on Thursday.
From retailers to creative directors, the duo behind the five-year-old label We11done tell us their approach to fashion.
Tune in tomorrow, 3am (Singapore time).
Clare Waight Keller plays with the dichotomy of severity and softness in Givenchy’s latest show.
Creative Director for the Italian fashion house, Paul Andrew explores the contemporary female identity.
The powerhouse duo will share “equal responsibilities for creative input and decision-making.”
The iconic American designer delivered a collection that was equal parts cozy and luxury.
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