DAZED 05.25.18

    Gucci Heads To Paris For Its Show Next Season

    Since he took over the helm of Gucci, designer Alessandro Michele has known how to keep us on our toes. With the upcoming Cruise 2019 show to be held in Arles, France, it seems the designer is taken with the country, moving the SS19 show there too. 

    HYPEBEAST 05.23.18

    Nicolas Ghesquière Renews Louis Vuitton Contract

    The womenswear artistic director is set to stay.

    Guardian 05.22.18

    Interview Magazine Closes, Ending A 50-Year Survey Of Manhattan Cool

    Magazine founded by Andy Warhol closes after months of turmoil, including a lawsuit brought over back pay and the resignation of a fashion director accused of sexual misconduct.

    VOGUE 05.18.18

    Why We Need To Talk About Transparency In Fashion

    "It's all your fault," Simon Collins, founder of Fashion Culture Design and self-proclaimed provocateur, told the Copenhagen Fashion Summit of the damage the industry, which is the second most polluting industry after the oil industry, has done to our planet. "Accept that and do something. Don't have a meeting, don't have an idea...

    NY TIMES 05.17.18

    Karl Lagerfeld, Fashion’s Shock Jock

    At a time when companies everywhere are at risk of boycott for political missteps, the Chanel and Fendi designer seems immune. What makes him so special? This is a moment of speaking out and freaking out. Today's off-the-cuff comment is tomorrow's outrage, and in a world where everyone is a brand, one of the weapons of choice has become the consumer boycott.

    THE CUT 05.14.18

    Who Is Anna Wintour Asking Us to Forgive In Her Editor’s Letter?

    In her June letter, which was published early on vogue.com, she describes her long friendship with Georgina Chapman, who she says was “near mute with shock, trying to process the emotions — anger, guilt, revulsion, fear” in the time after the scandal broke.

    GUARDIAN 05.11.18

    The Art Of Being Azzedine Alaïa, Darling Designer Of Fashion Insiders

    A stunning show at the Design Museum presents the master couturier’s own vision – although sadly he won’t see it.

    DAZED 05.09.18

    How come this year’s red carpet protests didn’t touch the Met Gala?

    #TimesUp tried to change the rules of the red carpet – but fashion wasn’t interested

    VOGUE 05.08.18

    Inside The Metropolitan Museum Of Art’s “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion And The Catholic Imagination” Exhibition

    Curated by Andrew Bolton, the show will be the museum’s largest in terms of square footage, winding from the Anna Wintour Costume Center through the museum’s Medieval galleries and into the circular Robert Lehman Wing, with another group of installations annexed in the Cloisters.

    RACKED 05.04.18

    How Vogue Got Modern

    Anna Wintour has shaped fashion’s most important magazine for the past 30 years — and it’s shaped us.

    VOGUE 05.03.18

    How Artificial Intelligence Will Impact The Future Of Fashion

    Will product design be simulated in virtual worlds? Are robots set to become our colleagues? Vogue asks the big questions to futurist Sophie Hackford.

    FASHIONISTA 05.02.18

    How Are Brands' In-House Teams Managing Transition Seasons Without Creative Directors?

    The in-between can cause problems, if not handled efficiently.

    VOGUE 04.30.18

    The Fashion World Pays Tribute To Wardour News

    It's been a mecca for thousands of design, art and fashion fans who make the monthly, quarterly and bi-annual pilgrimage to stock up on the latest editions of their favourite magazines. But soon the well-trod wander through the streets of Soho in search of a rare publication will prove fruitless: on 25 May Wardour News, the exemplary newsagent on Wardour Street, will close its doors after nearly 34 years in business.

    i-D 04.27.18

    How Gucci Won Over Gen Z

    As Gucci’s sales continue to rise, we look at the method in the kitch-baroque madness of decapitated heads and dragon babies.

    DAZED 04.25.18

    The 2018 Dazed 100 Is Your Guide To the people whose moment is now

    A brand new list of 100 names set to shape the future of youth culture

    HYPEBEAST 04.24.18

    Chanel & Versace Ranked Among The Least Transparent Brands For Workers Rights

    High fashion brands including Chanel and Versace are among the worst labels when it comes to transparency about workers conditions and environmental impact in its supply chain, according to a new report by Fashion Revolution.

    GUARDIAN 04.23.18

    American Apparel Returns – With A Focus On Empowerment And Diversity

    US company, which declared bankruptcy in 2016, says it has learned from its mistakes but will remain a ‘sexy’ brand.

    VOGUE  04.20.18

    Gucci Unveils A Centre Of Creativity, Craftsmanship & Sustainability

    The new Gucci ArtLab is a futuristic centre of industrial craftsmanship and experimentation for leather goods and shoes.

    FASHIONISTA 04.19.18

    Saint Laurent's Next Fashion Show Will Reportedly Happen In New York City

    Could Anthony Vaccarello be bringing menswear to the Big Apple?

    HYPEBEAST  04.17.18

    LVMH Is Facing A $10 Million USD Lawsuit

    LVMH — the parent company of labels including Louis Vuitton, Rimowa and Dior — is being sued for $10 million USD by make-up artist Sammy Mourabit.

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