Haute Couture Week has only just ended, and in the wake of all the excitement, we round up some brands of special note.
As far as the autumn/winter 2016-2017 ready-to-wear and accessories campaigns go, the tease is definitely on.
Hand-made and unique, the designs will take center stage at Haute Couture week.
L’Officiel Singapore singles out the trends you should be paying attention to for the upcoming transitional season.
Shot by Steven Meisel, Julia Nobis channels athletic dynanism and unending energy.
Less punk, more “New Wave romanticism” – and so very elegant.
The ex-Valentino design head will join the French Maison as its first female couturier.
The reign of the prints has begun and the designers are embracing the trend with open arms.
We share a few of our best kept beauty secrets, just for you.
The limited edition collection of Lady Dior bags and accessories will debut at the couture house’s largest UK store.
Father’s Day: The day men around the world wonder why mum gets all the nice gifts and kind gestures — and not them.
Fresh off the transitional runway: glowing skin, untreated hair and fierce, bold eyes.
From Paris to London, the brand has unveiled its latest collection to the world.
The brand has announced a new ambassador and a new store in London — also its largest— this week.
Two of fashion’s powerhouses have worked together to create the only shades you’ll need this season.
Dior expands the artistic glossary of the Dior VIII Grand Bal wristwatch with new, precious rotors that echo the beauty of the house’s couture dresses.
The latest of its series is teh perfect embodiment of the carefree spirit of the sea.
The Internet is awash in comments about yellow gowns dominating the Cannes Film Festival 2016 but there are really only four examples so far.
The Paris auction house announces two haute couture private collections for sale.
When beauty brands launch their long-awaited whitening skincare, several also introduce makeup that complements or enhances your newly-radiant complexion.