Last night The Met in New York hosted the the most ‘fashionable’ dress-up party on the globe. We took notes.
The fashion worlds loves gossip – and with the depature of Raf Simons at Dior earlier this year, there’s been a huge gap in the upper circles of Parisian couture.
Breaking! Kering confirms the departure of Hedi Slimane, creative director at YSL.
Since Alessandro Michele took over the reigns at Italian maison Gucci, we’ve been roaring – not only over the celebratory, heavy 70s-inspired outfits, but for the hedonistic and romantic campaign films directed by the award-winning Glen Luchford. S/S16 saw a team of Gucci kids running frantically through the U-bahn systems of Berlin – and Resort 2016 staged a party in a lavish villa outside Florence. For pre-fall 2016, the director invites us into a magical glassed aviary filled with books, flamingos (!?) and beautiful people. To the sound of Cocteau Twins, the models hypnotically roam around the premises, the flamingos in perfect synchronization!
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The publishing empire digitalizes their vast photo-archive from the past 100 years.
There’s a first time for everything. This month, it’s all about Kendall.
The acclaimed Scottish designer recently went out of business, only to replace Raf Simons at Dior a few months later.
We almost choked in our skinny lattes when we woke up to the sight of Anohni’s (formerly Antony Hegarty) new video Drone Bomb Me, with a powerful intergendered lip-syncing performance by our very own Naomi Campbell!
We are GOBSMACKED by the most recent cover of V Magazine, featuring the seemingly forever-youthful Britney.