It seems two years is long enough an experiment with Christopher Bailey’s dual role as CEO and Chief Creative Officer. Bailey stays on as President.
We’re getting to know a different cast of celebrities, who reveal their stories and how they ____ in #mycalvins.
The Scottish designer is launching a new bi-monthly program of limited edition style items.
Held biannually, it will happen at the Saatchi Gallery in London this year, from 22-25 September.
There’s the regular collection, then there’s the exclusive and super luxe Heritage Denim Collection.
The Italian house will not appoint another co-creative director to helm the label, after the departure of Maria Grazia Chiuri.
We see how a few stars feel about their Calvin’s in the brand’s new Fall 2016 advertising campaign.
Haute Couture Week has only just ended, and in the wake of all the excitement, we round up some brands of special note.
The result is a warmly-insulated yet dapper collection aptly titled Moncler O.
As far as the autumn/winter 2016-2017 ready-to-wear and accessories campaigns go, the tease is definitely on.
The brand marks a milestone in the best way it know how with a magical runway show, close to home.
The Italian label marries opulence with kitsch for their label one-night only club along Champs-Èlysèes .
Marking 50 years in Formula 1, the collection is a marriage of car and luxe craft, and it is very athletic and elegant.
It’s a trip back to childhood, where we play pretend as adventurers while decked in natural accessories and earthy hues.
Four successful women, handpicked by Tory Burch, channel boho chic effortlessly within the confines of their charming apartments.
With just a month left to the 2016 Rio Olympics, national teams have tapped renowned fashion designers to create their Olympic kits.
Hand-made and unique, the designs will take center stage at Haute Couture week.
Bright colors, New York symbols and graffiti art comes out to play in this very street-style collection.
L’Officiel Singapore singles out the trends you should be paying attention to for the upcoming transitional season.
Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani and French carmaker Bugatti have joined forces for a capsule collection of luxury ready-to-wear clothing and accessories.