Couture and Millennials may seem an unlikely pairing, but the first generation to come of age in the fast-fashion world has been seduced by the art of the couturier – and are driving the tradition into the 21st century.
Change is already afoot at Burberry. Following Riccardo Tisci's appointment as chief creative officer in March 2018, the brand announced last week that it would be collaborating with Vivienne Westwood on a capsule collection launching in December. Today came the news that the collaboration is part of a larger strategy of exclusive drops, with the designer releasing a limited-edition capsule collection as part of his hotly-anticipated debut show.
Forget boring tailoring, men are embracing dressing for themselves.
The V&A is to stage the largest exhibition in the UK on the house of Dior in February 2019. Spanning 1947 to the present day, Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams will trace the history and impact of the couturier, and the six artistic directors who have succeeded him at his namesake brand, in what will be the museum’s biggest fashion exhibition since Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty in 2015.
Big Dick Energy. You’ve heard this week’s catchiest phrase by now, a Twitter-spawned shorthand for someone who exudes the quiet but undeniable confidence that comes from having a big dick. It’s not about ego, or money, or power. It’s not even about having a dick. BDE is purely spiritual.
Following in Instagram’s steps, YouTube has hired someone to cater to the needs of the fashion and beauty industry. Derek Blasberg —author, editor, man-about-town — was hired to lead the new fashion and beauty partnerships division.
The designer reworked the French maison’s original codes as part of his SS19 collection.
US designer rewrites the dictionary as artistic director for French fashion house.
As the industry digests the latest Dries Van Noten and Missoni carve-ups, Vogue asks how independent creatives can survive alongside the fashion world's insatiable conglomerates.
To the average person, The Devil Wears Prada is a farce. But to those who have worked in fashion, the 2006 film can feel like a documentary.
Tomas Maier is to step down from his role as creative director of Bottega Veneta, the brand’s parent company, Kering, announced today. Maier was personally appointed to the position by Tom Ford in 2001, after the Italian house was acquired by Kering.
As the spring 2019 shows begin in London, the schedule is thin. But there are things to anticipate this season, from designer debuts to city switcheroos and the renaissance of L’Uomo Vogue.
New jobs, new fashions, new season.
Condé Nast Italia is bringing back Vogue Italia’s menswear publication as a biannual starting on June 12.
Carolina Castiglioni, daughter of Marni founder Consuelo Castiglioni and former director of special projects at the Italian house, is launching a ready-to-wear fashion label called Plan C.
It looks like Interview magazine might be coming back from the dead after filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and shuttering on May 21st. A memo obtained by The Daily and written by Interview publisher Jason Nikic reveals that the magazine will return with a September 2018 issue.
You may have noticed an influx of fashions on your timeline this week, but it’s not Fashion Week, it’s Cruise Week.
During a Financial Times luxury goods conference in Venice, Italy on Tuesday, Balenciaga's CEO Cedric Charbit revealed that Demna Gvasalia's newly streetwear-tinged label is now the fastest-growing brand within the Kering group, Business of Fashion reported on Wednesday.