London Fashion Week will be shining the spotlight on international designers this month with an exhibition titled “Fashion Utopias.”
Adding to its existing fragrance line, this collaboration will see its portfolio grow from strength to strength.
The late designer will soon have not one but two museums featuring his life and work.
The famed shoemaker teases a collaboration with H&M, Topshop, if he can get his way that is…
Following in the wake of Alber Elbaz, Raf Simmons and Stefano Pilati, Alessandro Sartori is the next big design name to exit, this time from Berluti.
The designer confirms his departure from the Italian fashion house
The newly refurbished Louis Vuitton store in Ion Orchard brings a touch of its history to Singapore.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s Spring/Summer 2016 campaign is all sorts of whimsical and lively fun.
Playing host to the Spring 2016 Haute Couture shows last week, the French capital saw bold structures, exaggerated silhouettes and asymmetric hemlines gracing the runways.
For its February 2016 “Sex Issue”, L’Officiel Malaysia shot the effervescent Jing Wen in a sweet and seductive Givenchy look.
From the whimsical to the zany, the several designers put their best feet forward and followed up by putting on their thinking tiaras…
If big risks and classical gowns are what you seek in haute couture, Valentino and Viktor & Rolf did not disappoint last week on the Paris runways.
In the wake of a highly praised haute couture show January 26, Chanel barely had time pop the champagne before management pulled the plug on the party.
French luxury streetwear label Maje has become a favorite amongst some of fashion’s most followed It girls. Founder Judith Milgrom speaks with L’Officiel Singapore on Maje’s Asia plans.
The design team delivered a collection both true to the house’s heritage and to trends sweeping runways. Truly, these are exceedingly beautiful clothes.
One can always count on Versace to bring aggressive sexuality to the fore and it did just that January 25 at its Spring 2016 Haute Couture show.
The best footwear is not just about the height of the heels anymore; interesting and uncommon shapes steal the limelight.
Not since the days of the Charge of the Light Brigade has there been such an onrush of braid, breeches and boots.
Certain shows will be of particular interest to the fashion world this year, including one show staged with no creative director.
The most striking Autumn/Winter 16-17 looks so far from Gucci, Emporio Armani, Fendi and Ermanno Scervino.