Tokyo may be the style capital of Asia, but with South Korea and China snapping at its heels and Japan’s most iconic brands rooted in Europe, the city is being urged to haul its fashion week into the big leagues. Given that the fashionably messianic (and thoroughly Japanese) Rei Kawakubo is the focus of the … Continued
New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that the theme for its 2017 Costume Institute exhibition and gala will be Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons.
Up-and-coming French label Koche took over Tokyo’s famous Harajuku district for a show of street-meets-boudoir style for Japan Fashion Week.
We meet up with DEBONEIRE founder Matthew Gideon to find out more about the brand and what it has in store for guests at the SINGAPORE RENDEZVOUS.
Versace FW16 puts the pieces in place for a modern urbanite bombshell.
Israeli designer Kobi Levi turns his footwear fantasies into reality – grabbing the attention of A-listers on the way.
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We look at three big name luxury fashion brands whose accessories are creatively on-point and score high on craftsmanship.
The creations by designer Cristóbal Balenciaga are set to be on display at the Victoria & Albert museum in London.
As Alessandra Facchinetti leaves Tod’s, we ponder what made her version of its ready-to-wear so successful and where this leaves the brand.
What’s the deal with casual clothes and their extortionate price tags?
Fashion house Roberto Cavalli SpA has parted ways with its creative director Peter Dundas, according to widespread press reports.
Though Riccardo Tisci’s nefariously-copied sweatshirts for Givenchy are the most prominent, his romantic couture renderings of streetwear are his strength.
The October issue of L’Officiel Singapore highlights the role that pop culture has played in the world of fashion.
MEN’S FOLIO celebrates 19 years in the industry with its brand new October issue.
They wear the world’s most beautiful and expensive clothes yet their faces are the picture of blank boredom. Why do fashion models always look so miserable?
The British actor models for Dior Homme’s Spring 2017 collection with a series of black and white shots.
We join Relaxnews as they speak with Guillaume Henry, the designer behind the brand Nina Ricci, to find out more about the latest collection.
With Paris Fashion Week over, we take a look at five trends we saw from designers on the runway.