Miuccia Prada brings us back to the fabulous 40s!
Not known for subtlety, Creative Director of Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia delivered his message clear and strong this FW20 with an immersive apocalyptic show in Paris.
JW Anderson played with volume, subverting the conventional elements of femininity by doing the unexpected.
Virginie Viard presented a collection that encapsulates “romanticism but without any flourishes.”
Musée du Louvre was transformed into a kaleidoscope of fashion history that merged the past, present and future.
Vanhee-Cybulski combines the youthful zeal of vibrant colours and the understated luxury that Hermès is known for.
Clare Waight Keller plays with the dichotomy of severity and softness in Givenchy’s latest show.
Natacha Ramsay-Levi delivered us a nostalgic wardrobe for the modern woman today.
Anthony Vaccarello gives his provocative take on the corporate uniform.
Maria Grazia Chiuri doubles down on feminist statements.
No one does “Va Va Voom” sensuality like Donatella Versace.
Silvia Fendi harks back to the old school glamour that is 40s fashion.
It’s a great start for Walter Chiapponi, the new creative director for the Italian luxury house.
Daniel Lee proves once again why Bottega Veneta is THE fashion house to watch in the coming seasons.
Embark on an epic voyage.
The “clichés of femininity” has been stripped and reworked by Mrs Prada herself.
Alessandro Michele dabbles with the idea of rituals and what it entails in history and fashion.
In his latest collection, Riccardo Tisci taps into his memories of London.
The iconic American designer delivered a collection that was equal parts cozy and luxury.
Creative Director, Nicola Glass presents a collection of “forever favourites”.