Be it the Saint Laurent fall offering or the Chanel cruise collection, designers are dreaming about what a post-pandemic wardrobe may look like.
The working conditions of the so-called karigars, who make handicrafts for luxury brands, have long been an issue. Now many have no job at all.
Men at Valentino and Fendi. Movies at Dior. A horse at Chanel. Thank goodness for the disruption amid the very fancy clothes.
Kristen Stewart performed audience of one as the French brand held its Métiers d’Art show in a chateau in the Loire. It was no laughing matter.
Set against the misty, windswept beauty of Inverness, an enchanting tale of bold colors, tailoring and whimsical evening wear.
Whether tall, short or in between, styles that recall the age of excess.
The men used fake paperwork to steal more than 4,000 Prada, Gucci and Chanel items from a cargo area at the airport, prosecutors say.
Skeleton-style timepieces that are by turns sporty and genteel.
The first streamed couture shows were more like mini-movies, music videos, trailers and perfume commercials. There were some clothes, too.
The seamstresses of Chanel, Dior and more formed a network to make face masks in quarantine. They’re not done working together.
The French brand unveiled its virtual cruise collection. I miss the rocket ships.
With the right application, a little highlighter or bronzer can help create a radiant, sun-kissed look, even if you’ve spent much of spring inside.