Why clothes that sell aren’t necessarily a a strike against high-concept fashion.
We take a look at a some of the more memorable bags from this season that you will simply wish to own.
As fashion and furniture continue to merge their ideals of beauty and form, homes can now dress to express their individual personalities.
Loewe’s Hammock Bag might have shrunk in size, but retains the same practicality and style its bigger iteration had.
Spanish leather house Loewe partners with textile designer John Allen once again for its Ibiza Summer Shop on the island’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Spanish house takes on furniture at the Salone del Mobile this year, creating a collection that was nothing short of radical and fascinating.
It’s a trip back to childhood, where we play pretend as adventurers while decked in natural accessories and earthy hues.
Two design stalwarts come together to create an accessories range that’s bursting with vibrancy and ingenuity.
We share a few of our best kept beauty secrets, just for you.
The fashion house opens its first boutique in South-East Asia with an exhibition of its Fall/Winter 2016 collection
If there is one thing to take away from the runways this season, it is that bigger is better when it comes to accessorizing.
We know Fashion Week has been over for more than a week but we just had to share with the models to look out for.
We are almost at the end of Fashion Week in Paris so it can’t hurt to look at some of the outstanding accessories in the week
The catwalks for Spring/Summer 2016 have provided us some insight into the hottest ready-to-wear trends to spice up our wardrobe.
The best footwear is not just about the height of the heels anymore; interesting and uncommon shapes steal the limelight.
Take a look at the designers and creative directors who will shape the fashion world next year.
She may be famous for her baby face but Barbara Palvin (@realbarbarapalvin) has a versatility and personality that is anything but one-dimensional.
Loewe has launched a capsule collection of handbags,wallets and a pouch inspired by colors of a peacock feathers.
The Spanish luxury goods label has joined forces with sisters Penelope and Monica Cruz to design a new handbag, set to be unveiled in November.
Coach named Stuart Vevers as its new executive creative director to replace Reed Krakoff and help steer the handbag maker’s evolution into a lifestyle brand.