One last hurrah for Paris Fashion Week as we catch the runway show by Louis Vuitton.
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
Expect big changes at Maison&Objet Asia 2016 but number isn’t among them. When the show opens March 8, expect a renewed focus on quality.
Forced out of business by mass production, a family-owned bicycle-maker in Paris is back in the saddle again, this time creating hand-crafted bicycles as the on-trend luxury must-have.
The ‘see now, buy now’ debate casts a shadow over the industry as the top names roll out their latest wares.
Kenzo explores new ways to showcase an advertising campaign with a short-film
Free of restraints, the new high jewelry collection by Dior brings back a part of Christian Dior’s childhood in Granville with it.
Like pre-show entertainment, these models tease little snippets of what happens before they take the catwalk.
Nature inspires the French luxury jeweler once again as the bestiary is reshaped for 2016.
From new designers to the game of musical chairs between established names, Paris Fashion Week is generating buzz way ahead of the shows, and beyond them.
The Prancing Horse continues to rise above expectations at auction, with the latest being a 1957 335 S Spider Scaglietti which set a world record for a racing car sold at auction.
Joining the Fleur d’Opales capsule collection are three new creations by the Swiss luxury jeweler.
From Paris to Germany, there are options a plenty for those looking to get their fix on design exhibitions
The late designer will soon have not one but two museums featuring his life and work.
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.
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.
The British auction house brings an array of classic cars and motorbikes to be auctioned in Paris.
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.
Italian design house Seletti previews letter lights, Renaissance storage, murderous flowers (!) and intergalactic tableware.