First of all, Raf Simons is still with Calvin Klein so fret not. This is about his own label, which he’s bringing over to New York.
With fashion week set to kick off later soon, we take a look at three major changes that will be sweeping New York.
From one fashion house to the next, Raf Simons has found a new label to bring his creative vision to: Calvin Klein.
The designer is one more big name who may soon join the list of high-profile designer to collaborate with the brand.
Apparently, the “whole industry” knows who will be helming Calvin Klein, even though the brand apparently won’t say anything till August.
The ex-Valentino design head will join the French Maison as its first female couturier.
The two Belgians continue their longtime partnership to create a series of dramatic and slightly unsettling images for the campaign.
Amidst last week’s high profile departures from Calvin Klein, rumors brew about Raf Simons’ possible entry.
An exhibition dedicated to the Kaiser’s very impressive photographic career will be unveiled at the international menswear trade show.
Florence welcomes Dior’s former creative director, who reveals his eponymous label’s Spring/ Summer 2017 collection there.
Word on the street is that there is a notable designer in line to take the reins.
Will he or won’t he? We now play the waiting game to see if Hedi Slimane will join the ever-growing list of designers to say goodbye.
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.
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.
Couture hotshot Raf Simons will not be replaced at Christian Dior soon. The French fashion house revealed its in-house team is taking charge for now.
After a 14-year partnership, the celebrated fashion designer Alber Elbaz is to quit Lanvin and this is sure to fire up rumors about who will succeed Raf Simons as Dior’s next artistic director.
Raf Simons has quit as creative director at Christian Dior after more than three years, the fashion house said Thursday.
The Christian Dior creative director will show the brand’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection in the Japanese capital in December.
Raf Simons and Sterling Ruby unveiled a web popup shop, inthenameof.be, which will offer pieces from the duo’s collaborative fall menswear collection.
Belgian fashion designer Raf Simons has collaborated with famed Danish furnishing textile company Kvadrat on a new range of furniture fabrics.