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What we want now is Louis Vuitton’s new Damier Infini leather-goods collection for men, and Tod’s first Signature line of gommino pattern handbags, which provide an object lesson in tone-on-tone logo(less) mania.
Reformation creative director Yael Aflalo didn't have to go far to ask Zoe Kravitz to host the Lower East Side boutique's party this week: the young starlet is one of their biggest fans.
Thug c'est chic with this muted green Chloé bomber: introduced as part of the 2012 resort collection, the jacket is a minimalist take on the classic outerwear staple.
A vibrant mane is the surest cure for seasonal affective disorder.
The Swiss ready-to-wear label, Akris, founded in 1922, turns out sleek sportswear and “Ai”-line handbags with the reliability of a precision timepiece.
Cast in a palette of autumnal colors, Lacoste's limited-edition cashmere polo collection cleaves to tradition but makes some tweaks: pearl buttons, side flits, and a piqué mesh knit keep the shirts classic, but small touches, like weaving the croc logo in the same colorway as each shirt, lend a certain freshness. Still, the fabric remains the major attraction.
Ellen von Unwerth and Melvin Sokolsky, two of fashion photography's most surreal figures, create intense and emotional images that challenge the way we think about beauty and femininity.
The possibility of snagging the top spot at Christian Dior had the fittest of the young fashion fillies in a tizzy this past September—more than a couple of the collections were thinly veiled campaign speeches, and some contenders, like Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton, knew how to project.
If you consider Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto the reigning king and queen of Japanese fashion, with Issey Miyake a pasha-at-large and Junya Watanabe next in line to the throne, then Jun Takahashi of cult brand Undercover is one of Nippon's fine little princes.
Designer Adam Kimmel takes "utilitarian" to the next level in the new video "Dressed For Dinner," in which a dapper David Blaine suits up to elude the appetite of a great white shark.
Timeless classics don't get much more contemporary than under the eye of young British design talent Christian Blanken.
Elegant yet quirky, Bottega Veneta's latest ring collection is a marriage of Victorian design elements and Baroque design sensibility. The result? Quintissentially modern whimsy.
"Danish design is innovative yet very practical and wearable. You should be able to wear it and go anywhere on a bike," explains Anne Sofie Madsen, one of Copenhagen's most compelling talents.
This week, Calla Haynes returned to Toronto to showcase her collection, alongside other Canadian expats, Todd Lynn, Thomas Tait and Jean-Pierre Braganza in a two-day event called The ShOws.
House of Waris designs a pendant for the Clinton Foundation auction.
Nicolas Ghesqui è re puts a spring-2012 in our step with these wing-shaped Balenciaga booties.
A sculpture graduate from Istituto d'Arte, the one-name-only artist Ippolita turned to jewelry design after moving to New York while just a teenager.
This is not just your dad's heritage brand.
Though his look has toned down ever so slightly in recent years, Elton John still represents glamour in eyewear everywhere.
With her eponymous line, Tata has merged quality skincare with the finest organic ingredients—this is anything but your average, mass-produced beauty line. In fact, Tata produces each product on her farm in Vermont and has a hand in every batch created.